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THE OAKLAND PRESS: Ron Borngesser retires as longtime CEO of The Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency

By Mark Cavitt

POSTED: 11/11/16

After 40 years of service Ron Borngesser is saying goodbye.

Borngesser has worked at The Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency (OLHSA) for over 40 years, of which he served the last 17 as CEO.

At the Sept. 12 Oakland County Board of Commissioners meeting Borngesser announced his retirement.

On Thursday, he said his final farewells at the board meeting where he was presented with a proclamation from the county thanking him for...

The OAKLAND PRESS: Birmingham church brings Little Free Libraries to nonprofits

POSTED: 10/27/16

OLHSA, a Community Action Agency, recently received a donated Little Free Library from the First United Methodist Church of Birmingham.

The Church and Society Committee also donated books to stock the library which range from preschool to adult reading levels.

“We are excited about this bright, new addition to our campus which will offer another educational and fun resource to the families we serve,” said Ronald Borngesser, OLHSA CEO.

First United...

PRESS RELEASE: OLHSA receives Little Free Library through First United Methodist Church of Birmingham donation

PRESS RELEASE

OLHSA receives Little Free Library through First United Methodist Church of Birmingham donation

Initiative promotes the importance of community and literacy

Pontiac, Mich., October 13, 2016OLHSA, a Community Action Agency, recently received a donated Little Free Library from the...

THE OAKLAND PRESS: Four advantages of Revive Pontiac’s deconstruction program

By Anthony Spak

POSTED: 09/12/16, 5:49 PM 

It’s a sight too often seen in the neighborhoods of Pontiac - an old and dilapidated home with windows boarded and a roof caving in, unfit to live in and unsafe to live near.

Revive Pontiac is a deconstruction project partnership between The City of Pontiac, the Oakland County Treasurer’s office and the Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency that is changing the landscape of blighted Pontiac landscapes and changing the lives...

PRESS RELEASE: Head Start programs will stay at OLHSA

Pontiac, Mich., July 12, 2016 – OLHSA, a Community Action Agency, was recently awarded a grant totaling $10.8 million from the Department of Health & Human Services’ Administration for Children and Families, Office of Head Start to continue to run Early Head Start and Head Start programs in Oakland County. 

Through the grant 909 children will be served through the Head Start program for three and four year olds and 206 children will be enrolled in the Early...

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