Current Happenings at Port Huron Housing Commission
McMorran Indoor Garage Sale
March 18th - 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Blue Water Art Association Art Show
Now thru April 5th
Port Huron Civic Theater-
Presents Charlotte’s Web January 30, 31 and February 1, 2015
Beatrice Thortnton Student Art
March 3rd - March 22nd
3rd Annual Taste of the Bluewater
March 7th 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
St. Patrick's Day Parade
March 14th - NOON
Flower Market at Vantage Point
May 9th - 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
The Port Huron Housing Commission has received a new three year Resident Opportunity & Self Sufficiency (ROSS) Grant that will help our residents learn to become self-sufficient in many ways, including education, job searching and awareness, college preparedness, parenting skills and money management. The program will be ran out of our Dulhut Community Building by our new ROSS Grant Coordinator Sue White. Stop by and ask Sue how you can participate !!
PHHC Celebrates Housing America
The Port Huron Housing Commission celebrated National Housing America month on Oct. 29 by recognizing two individuals. The commission recognized MyAsia Jones, 13, as its selection for the Housing America “What Home Means to Me” Poster Contest. The contest required her to create a poster and a narrative of what home means to her. She received at $25 gift card and some artists supplies donated from Art For Good in downtown Port Huron. Pictured are: James A. Dewey the Executive Director of the Port Huron Housing Commission; Bethany L. Davis, principal; MyAsia Jones; and Brett C. VanDrew, student success coach of Central Middle School. The Housing Commission also recognized and dedicated the Dulhut computer lab in the name of Richard S. Pack. Richard sat on the Housing Board of Commissioners for 32 years, 1991 to 2013. During his term, he was involved with the State, Regional and National levels of the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials.
NOW TAKING SENIOR APPLICATIONS:
The Port Huron Housing Commission is now accepting applications for their senior living facilities. If you are 62 or older you may apply to live at the newly remodeled Desmond and Peru Villages. The current waiting list for 62 years and older seniors is extremely short, so early application is important to move in quickly.
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