First Responders

Bake for first responders – Carol P. Brown, 355-4773,
Take baked goods to fire station – Sue Thompson and Jziya Espinoza, 252-907-5520
Take food to fire station on Charles Blvd. – Lynn Hodges, 252-341-8653
Bake brownies for firemen – Sue Price, 252-717-6556
Take lunch and Homemade Desserts for Greenville Police Dispatcher and 911 Dispatchers - Barbara Dail (252-714-9193) and Caroline Bissett. Need volunteers to assist financially or by helping with food items.

Muffins to #3 Greenville Fire Station - Peggy Smith, 461pcs@

Care Facilities

Cards to neighbors and visit nursing home – Sue Thompson, 252-907-5520
Lead a group to share music and a devotional at two area nursing homes – Michael McKnight, 756-1245, michael@ (List of Oakmonters now at 21. More are welcome.)

Reader’s Class singing at Oakhaven – Pam Strickland, 252-814-6357

Play the flute at a nursing home that does not usually have a large presence of music – Meredith Partin, magnusonm13@

Visit Greendale Forest Nursing and Rehab Center in Snow Hill - Mike and Gail Sugg, 252-717-9086,
Visiting Nursing Home Resident - Janice Gurganus
Visiting Nursing Home and Paying Someone’s Meal - Donna Tripp, 252-717-0331

Visit Shut-ins - Don and Maggie Watson, 252-355-5108

Disaster Relief

Disaster Relief donations to Pender and New Hanover County families – Homer and Deenie McKeithan, dhmck8@

Health Care

Take baked goods to the nursing staff working on Sunday at Vidant Medical Center – Joshua and Jessica Breazeale family, 756-1245,; and the Bagleys,
Vidant Cafeteria Gift Cards for Waiting Room Families - Henry and Sandi Weeks, 252-355-5349

Belize Dental Mission Trip - Randy and Bobby Fussell

Our Neighbors

Food, games, and work day at Oakmont Square and Carriage House Apartments – Jimmie Hughes, Joe and Sharron Edwards, and Carol Brown,, 252- 756-1245. Need 30+ people to:

Pick-up-trash at Carriage House yard and parking lot.

Clean up Oakmont Square neighborhood and ditches.

Grill out and serve lunch to neighbors. Bring a side dish of food to share.

Have a reverse yard sale at Carriage House apartments. Donated household items are needed. (linens, dishes, small appliances that work, etc.)

Plan and play games with the neighbor children.

Jewelry Making Session in the Community Room at Oakmont Square

Neighborhood Prayer Walk – Lee Hendricks, 252-412-7813,


Send birthday cards to Eppes Middle School teachers each month - Becky Colclough

Card making – Barb White (252-364-1779, and Norreen Furness (252-746-4422, ngfurness@ We will meet at Barb’s house (4105 Bluebille DR Unit 2 in Greenville).

Pay someone’s bill at a restaurant

Golf outing at Greenville Country Club – John Tulloss (

Family picnic at the park. 

Take cards/goodies to nursing home/ senior center (Kids can help deliver) – Liz Branch, 919-900- 0440,

Visit local bookstores or coffee shops – Greg Rogers, 756-1245,

Knitting group - Nancy Sheck, 252-258-0279; and Barbara Wooten. We will meet in the Multi-Purpose Room

Visiting Oakmont Homebound Members - Dot Seay (dseay@ and Leslie Rogers (

Bake Goodies - Grace and Dennis Biggs

Running to Green Springs Park and having Service by the River - ORuBo (Oakmont Runners for Bo Running Group)

Paint a mural - Scott Wagoner, 252-341-7735

Having a picnic at a local park. Bringing treats and invitations to give out to families at the park - Young Adult Sunday School Class, Jordan Smith, 252-916-5668

Prayer walk on Pitt Community College’s Campus - Joanie Castles, 704-560-6578

Attending memorials service in Raleigh for Mr. Matsomoto who was the Japanese Table Talk pastor here at Oakmont for several years - David & Faye Steele, 252-916-5322

Prayer Walk at ECU campus - Ricky Castles, 540-250-5986

Yard work, clean out gutters, and lunch for a friend in Winterville who lost her husband to ALS two months ago - Fisherman Sunday School Class, Janice Hill, 252-531-9310