It's easy to pay for a one year subscription to the Oak Hills Oracle with your credit card. Subscriptions are $12 annually. There is no fee for credit card processing.
Subscribers: If you did not receive your Oracle this month, or if it arrived in an unreadable condition, please contact me. A replacement will be delivered to you within 24 hours (in most cases). Call 503-690-7122 or email Micki@OakHillsOracle.com to report delivery problems.
A one year subscription to the Oracle runs from January through December. The price for 2016 is $12 for 12 issues delivered to your doorstep on the 1st of each month.
Checks are payable to: Oak Hills Oracle and can be mailed to Micki Sparr, Oracle Editor, 15390 NW Wooded Way, Beaverton Oregon 97006. Payment can also be dropped in the white Oracle mailbox at the same address. The mailbox is locked for your security. Lost your subscription form? Just include your name and address along with your check or other payment.
For your convenience, subscriptions can now also be paid with your credit card if you wish. There is no fee for paying by credit card. Your credit card payments are handled by the highly secure PayPal system but you don't need to have a PayPal account. Any Visa, Master Card, Discover card or American Express card is accepted.
Contact the Oracle editor, Micki Sparr with any questions about subscriptions to the Oracle. Call 503-690-7122 or send an email to: Micki@OakHillsOracle.com
The Oak Hills Oracle is an independent, privately owned business; although it includes reports of board meetings and other information about the Oak Hills Homeowners Association (OHHA) and its events and activities, it is not an official publication of OHHA and is not included in your annual OHHA assessment. To remain financially viable, voluntary subscriptions are necessary. I am happy to deliver a copy of the Oracle to every home each month; however additional services such as free For Sale ads and free listings for the Babysitters and Odd Jobs listing can only be provided for paid subscribers. Your support of this community publication is greatly appreciated.