About GOCA

Monthly Meetings

Board meetings are held on

the first Tuesday of each

month at 7:00 pm. by video conference.  Please

contact Nancy Miller at

804-272-8867 for access

information 

Upcoming Events:
Oxtoberfest:
October 23, 2021
1:30 - 5:30 @ Barningham Strip

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June 5 - GOCA Food Drive:

Thank you, Oxford!

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  Oxford Observer

GOCA's Award Winning Newsletter

Al Yancey and  Niki Sabbath shown with the Richmond portion of GOCA's food drive on June 5.  Thanks so much, Oxford Neighbors, for your generosity.

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Oxford's generous donations to Feed More and the Chesterfield Food Bank will help the needy in our area.   

Annual dues for the GOCA are only $15.00!

There are now two ways that you can pay dues:

·      If you choose to pay by check, please complete the form below, and mail in your dues to: Oxford Civic Association, P.O. Box 3881, Richmond, VA  23235.

·      If you would prefer to pay via PayPal, please send $15.00 to OxfordCivicAssoc@gmail.com.  Please include your address in the payment memo so that we can note that you have paid! 

We appreciate your support! 

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Notice to Our Neighbors

 

At the annual meeting on April 6, 2021, the following officers were elected for a one-year term:

          President – Anthony Corcoran

          Vice-President – Al Yancey

          Secretary – Michelle Emrich

          Treasurer – Courtney Tolmie

The following board members were elected for a two-year term, which expires in 2023​:

          Diane Bacon

          Mike Martin

          Nancy Miller

Also elected for a three-year term, which expires in 2024:

          John Cardwell

          Niki Sabbath

          Eileen Sadtler

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Financial Navigator​

The City of Richmond, in partnership with HumanKind, has launched a Financial Navigator program to
help residents manage the financial impact of COVID-19. Financial Navigators provide one-on-one
telephone assistance – at no cost– navigating critical financial issues and making referrals to other
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General Information

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