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A Note From The Director
Did Summer Ever Arrive
    While Summer is coming to an end, a new exciting fall is almost upon us. That means there is still time for many more activities to take part in here at the Port Huron Housing Commission. Please plan to participate, particularly in our Housing America Month events in October.
    The end of summer also means the kids are back in school, and what a great time to clean out your home, organize and start to prepare for winter.
     Fall also means that our maintenance crews will be performing preventative maintenance in your apartments including changing furnace filters, smoke dectector batteries and checking for any other small maintenance issues. Please welcome our staff into your homes so they can complete this work efficiently and effectively.

- James A. Dewey, Executive Director

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ROSS Grant
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 !!

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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. Senior Living at Desmond and Peru Villages includes studio, one bedroom and two bedroom apartmetns at affordable rates!
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 Educational Programs

Homework Clubs

Gratiot Village:      Tue. & Thur. 3:30-4:30 Comm. Building
Dulhut Village:
       Tuesdays  3:30-4:30 Comm. Building

Community Service Hours available for volunteers: 2 

Boy Scouts

When:          Every Wednesday at 5 pm
         Dulhut Community Building

Port Huron Housing Commission Presents

Entrepreneurial Club for kids grades 4th thru 8th grade

When: Every Thursday from 4:00pm–5:00pm

Where: Dulhut Community Building

For more details: Contact Amy Watson at 810-987-2842 or stop by the Computer Lab for more details and to sign up!

To educate and inspire young people in understanding basic business skills that can be utilized in the workplace. Learn how to start-up a business and operate your own store !

Early Childhood - ABC Mouse

When: Every Monday from 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Where: Dulhut Community Building

For more details: Contact Tamika at 810-987-2842 or stop by the Computer Lab

Community Service Hours: 1.0 hours

Parents can earn Community Service hours while getting your child ready for school.

For families with children 2 - 6 years old. Parents must be in attendance with their children.

Snacks provided for the child after each class !

Ever Wanted to Learn Poetry?

Come join the Poetry Club at the Richard S. Pack Computer Lab.
Classes teach you creative writing and expression.
For all ages.
Mondays & Wednesdays from 4:30pm to 5:30pm

Girls Mentoring Clubs Now At:

Dulhut Village every Thursday from 4:30pm to 5:30pm

For girls ages 11 to 16 years: Come ready for some real teen talk, while having a fun time

Attention Residents:
There may be opportunities for you to work with our contractors hired by the Port Huron Housing Commission through our Section 3 program. Interested persons may pick up a Section 3 Questionnaire at the Housing Commission office. Fill out the questionnaire and return to the Housing Commission office where it will remain on file for new contractors to review and potentially contact you for employment.