Give Back. Get Involved.
Oaki-Aire is a family-oriented business with a strong presence in the community of Wesley Chapel. Volunteering is something we pride ourselves on and is a core value of our business. Our community is what keeps us going, so we believe giving back is our duty and privilege.
Wesley Chapel Coyotes
The Wesley Chapel Coyotes was established in January of 2019 with the help from the Hitchner Family. Since establishing our Coyote program in 2019, we have been overwhelmed with the support from the community. We take pride in building a complete student athlete. We seek to provide opportunities for our kids to positively expand their life experiences. Our primary focus is the welfare and enjoyment of our youth. We will give back to our communities and model fairness, service, and selflessness as values essential for our children to learn.
Chris Boreland – The Semper Fi & America’s Fund
Chris Boreland is a local hero. With the help of The Semper fi & America’s Fund, Oaki-Aire assisted the Boreland family during their time of need.
The Semper Fi & America’s Fund is dedicated to providing immediate financial assistance and lifetime support to combat wounded, critically ill and catastrophically injured members of all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families. They deliver the resources they need during recovery and transition back to their communities, working to ensure no one is left behind.
Oaki-Aire removed the existing 4 ton split system and installed a new Goodman 5 ton 14SEER heat pump split system with variable speed air handling unit with a 10yr limited part warranty.
Oaki-Aire & The Hitchner Family Proudly Celebrate Memorial Day
For many people, Memorial Day marks the start of summer, with family barbecues, a drive to the beach, or opening day for the local community pool.
Memorial Day also holds a much deeper and more solemn meaning. Since the end of the Civil War, Memorial Day (or Decoration Day as it was first called) has been a day to remember that every American owes a tremendous debt of gratitude to the men and women who have lost their lives in service to our country.
We hope that you will take a moment to reflect and appreciate the sacrifice so many men and women in uniform and their families have made to protect and support our nation. Each one an individual, coming from different backgrounds, races, religions, ethnicity, and life stories, but working together as one to protect our safety and the values we enjoy as Americans, our sense of community, family, opportunity, freedom, and equality.
As we all head out to enjoy this long holiday weekend, in addition to taking the opportunity to recharge and enjoy a well-deserved break, we should also take a moment to remember the true meaning of the day.
We wish each of you a happy and safe Memorial Day weekend.