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Oakland Press: Oakland County grants may help Pontiac Public Library move to vacant Central Elementary

The Pontiac Public Library may have found a home in the downtown with the assistance of the Oakland County and Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency.

A $12,000 grant through the National Trust for Historic Preservation has been awarded to help complete a report for the library to determine if the former Central Elementary School can be renovated. ...

Oak Press: OLHSA gives holiday to 3,000 children

From staff reports, Published January 5, 2011

Big boxes wrapped in shiny paper and bows, each labeled with a preschooler’s name were handed out by Santa Claus.

Almost unbelievably and with more self-control than many adults possess, the preschoolers waited patiently until each child had a gift in front of them. After that the pretty paper began to fly along with exclamations of delight.

This was the scene that unfolded at Oakland Livingston Human Service...

Oakland Press Guest Opinion: Grant fuels renewable energy technology

For more than 35 years OLHSA has been providing Weatherization services to families that qualify - making home improvements to reduce energy consumption and lower utility bills. This year. OLHSA is taking energy efficiency one step further, launching into the field of renewable resources....

WHMI: Early Donations Sought To Help Local Families Keep Heat On

12/29/11 - Organizers of a popular fundraiser are putting out the call for early donations that are critical to helping those struggling heat their homes and pay their utility bills during the cold winter months... Click here to read the full article.

Oakland Press: Local charities brace for end of tax credit

By JERRY WOLFFE

Non-profit organizations are concerned whether the elimination of a state income tax credit for charitable donations will discourage contributions.... Click here to read the full article.

 

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