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News release: Walk for Warmth on its way to $180,000

Donations still being accepted

Pontiac, Michigan, February 28, 2012 – OLHSA’s two Walk for Warmth events garnered generous community support this month, and the love keeps on coming.  Many sponsors are still working hard to raise dollars in the community.  To date OLHSA has raised over $113,000, all of which will go towards helping keep the heat on in the homes of local families. 

Donations are still being accepted –...

Liv. Press & Argus: Warmth walk steps off Saturday

February 23, 2012 | By Frank Konkel

The Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency will host its annual Walk for Warmth fundraiser Saturday, allowing area residents to raise money that will help heat the homes of neighbors less fortunate this year.

Event registration begins at 8:30 a.m. at the Hartland Educational Support Service Center, 9525 E. M-59 in Hartland Township, and the walk takes place from 9-...

MEDIA ALERT: New Hours in Pontiac

MEDIA ALERT  |  February 22, 2012

OLHSA offering appointments on Wednesday nights

WHAT
OLHSA, A Community Action Agency, will offer appointments on Wednesday nights beginning March 1, 2012. OLHSA provides services designed to enable the low-income, elderly, and those with disabilities in Oakland and Livingston Counties to become self-sufficient. Services include free tax preparation, Head Start and Early Head Start, Women Infants...

Hartland Junior Optimist Club to be honored as Livingston Walk for Warmth Team of the Year

Howell, Michigan, February 21, 2012 – Teenage Optimists in Hartland are spending their free time giving back to their community through OLHSA’s Walk for Warmth.  For their effort in raising funds to support the Walk, and for the youthful energy they bring this important local event, OLHSA, A Community Action Agency, is honoring the Hartland Junior Optimist Club as 2012 Walk for Warmth Team of the Year.

Local elected officials will be on...

Media Alert: Walk for Warmth Feb 25 in Howell

Walk for Warmth in Livingston County just nine days away

WHAT
Join hundreds of walkers and many local leaders indoors at Hartland Educational Support Service Center for the 22nd annual Walk for Warmth event, presented by premiere sponsor Genisys Credit Union.  Walkers, donations and sponsors needed!

Each year Livingston County residents band together and raise thousands to help keep their neighbors warm.  After reaching the combined county goal of...

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