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Section 8 Opening for Westland #motownmom

Section 8 Opening for Westland

“Westland Housing Commission Opening Waitlist for Housing Choice Voucher Program

The Westland Housing Commission will accept applications for the Housing Choice Voucher program waiting list Friday, August 2, 2019 through Monday, August 5, 2019, through the website:

http://westlandhc2019.hdswaitinglist.com

The housing commission will provide application instructions on the website.

Applications may be submitted online August 2 – 5, 2019. No paper applications will be accepted; applications are not available at the Housing Commission of Westland Offices.

Applicants may submit only one (1) application electronically per adult.

Once the online application format is accessed, the application processed should take approximately 15 minutes to complete.

Upon closing the enrollment period, the Housing Commission will conduct an electronic random lottery of all applications and place 1,000 applicants on the waiting list. Applications will be ranked in order of preference given to elderly or disabled persons and persons that live or wok in the City of Westland.

The Housing Commission maintains one waiting list for the Housing Choice Voucher program.

Do not call the WHC or City of Westland office to check whether you were placed on the waiting list.

Application instructions are posted on the website: https://westlandhc2019.hdswaitinglist.com

WHC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin, or deny any client the opportunity to apply for or receive assistance under HUD’s Housing Choice Voucher Program, within the requirements and regulations of HUD and other regulatory authorities.”

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.@NAACP Invites Detroit and Surrounding Cities Residents to 110th National Convention Events taking place July 20 to 24 in Detroit, Michigan @DETROITNAACP ‏

Hello, my name is Marc Banks and as the National Press Secretary for the NAACP, I want to personally invite you to attend the NAACP’s 110th National Convention in Detroit.

I’m excited to share a preview of the exciting speakers and events for the 110th Annual NAACP National Convention taking place July 20 to 24 in Detroit, Michigan. The leading conference on issues impacting the African American community, the NAACP Annual Convention brings together over 10,000 grassroots organizers, policymakers and business and faith leaders for a dynamic series of forums, panels to set the policy priorities to fight against the threats to hard-fought victories.

Under the theme, When We Fight, We Win, this year’s convening will provide opportunities for economic advancement and promote solutions to issues such as police brutality, increasing hate crimes, #LivingWhileBlack, voter suppression, and partisan gerrymandering.

Given the current political and social climate, it is even more important for your audience to have access to these critical conversations, and to the newsmakers.

Key Events: 

Saturday, July 20 
— 10:00 am ET Opening Press Conference

Sunday, July 21 
— 10:00 am ET WIN (Women in the NAACP) Empowerment Brunch – Keynote Speaker Congresswoman Val Demings
— 6:00 pm ET Keynote Address – Chairman NAACP National Board of Directors, Leon W. Russell

Monday, July 22
— 9 am ET Plenary Session – Remarks from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi
— 10 am ET Keynote Address – NAACP President and CEO Derrick Johnson
— 12 pm ET Keynote Address – Honorable Stacey Abrams, Former Georgia House Minority Leader
— 1:00 pm ET Youth Luncheon – Keynote Address Shaun King, Activist
— 2 pm ET Public Policy Workshop – Speakers including Congressman Bobby Scott and Congresswoman Marcia Fudge as well as invited key CBC Committee Chairs (Bennie Thompson, Maxine Waters, Jim Clyburn, Eddie Bernice Johnson, Elijah Cummings)

Tuesday, July 23
— 9:00 am ET Plenary Session – NAACP Policy Resolutions
— 12:00 pm ET Keynote Address – Joe Madison, Radio Host, Activist

Wednesday, July 24
— 9:00 am ET Presidential Candidates Forum (Top 2020 Candidates Scheduled to attend)
— 11:00 am ET CEO Diversity and Inclusion Roundtable
— 12:30 pm ET Keynote Address – Rev. Dr. Gina Stewart
— 8:00 pm ET Spingarn Medal Award – Ambassador Patrick Gaspard
For press credentials for any or all of the events, click here.

 

In the meantime, please feel free to contact me directly at dbanks@naacpnet.org or 410-580-5701 if you have any questions.

 

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National Press Secretary
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National Headquarters • 4805 Mount Hope Drive • Baltimore MD 21215
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Find updated food pantries in Metro Detroit #motownmoxiemom

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  • Food banks and free food pantries in Detroit as well as Wayne County, plus other services Click here

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#Detroit : Time is almost up! Nominate an older adult for the 2019 70 Over 70 Awards! via Hannan Center @ageoutloud | nominations close on Friday, June 28! #motownmom

 

Time is almost up!
Nominate an older adult for the 2019 70 Over 70 Awards!

Help us recognize the human potential that continues and grows with age. Nominate those 70 and older who inspire you and reflect the diverse interests, accomplishments, and lifestyles of older people in Michigan.

Nominations are being accepted in the following categories:

  • Art
  • Changemaker
  • Civic/Community Leadership
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Lifelong Learning
  • Lifetime Achievement
  • Unsung Hero

Click HERE for award descriptions and to submit a nomination. 
Don’t delay – nominations close on Friday, June 28!

Click Here to Submit 70 Over 70 Nomination
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R.E.A.L Read.East.Art.Learn Free summer camp hosted by #MackIsAlive #Detroit starting July8th #community #motownmom #art Pre-registration Required

Here’s a Summer Enrichment Camp that’s healthy for your young people. Our Capacity is 20 participants. Let’s not delay….
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You’re not alone. @WINNDetroit can be your pregnancy support team #motownmoxiemom

With WIN Network: Detroit, you get one on one support through pregnancy, birth, and until your baby turns one year old.

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Community Health Workers can help you find resources for you and your family, and set and reach your goals. If you’re pregnant in #Detroit, let us be your support team. Join group prenatal care by calling 313-916-8999
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Enjoy the Free Summer Yoga Series at Little Caesars Arena #motownmom Registration is now open for the July 17 session

 

Enjoy the Free Summer Yoga Series at Little Caesars Arena
Registration is now open for the July 17 session

 

What  

The Detroit Red Wings are hosting the Summer Yoga Series at Little Caesars Arena presented by the team’s valued partner, St. Joseph Mercy Hospitals. Grab your yoga mat and enjoy four hour-long sessions each led by a certified instructor this summer. Men and women of all skill levels and experience are welcome!

 

When

 

These remaining free yoga sessions are being held from 6 -7 p.m. in Chevrolet Plaza at Little Caesars Arena on the following dates:

 

  • Wednesday, July 17:  Led by Lila Lazarus
  • Thursday, August 1:  Led by Tommy Mack
  • Monday, August 26:  Led by Courtney Welch
 

How Do I Participate?

You may now register for the yoga session being held on Wednesday, July 17. Click here to sign up. Each session is open to the first 450 people who register. Please look out for future emails to register for the other upcoming sessions.

https://www.nhl.com/redwings/community/summer-yoga-series

 

Don’t Forget

 

Questions?

 

Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to stay healthy this summer and enjoy time at Little Caesars Arena. Please bring your own yoga mat and water bottle. Colleagues may park for free in the Little Caesars Arena Garage. Please register using your company email address to receive a QR code that will grant you access to the garage.

 

https://www.nhl.com/redwings/community/summer-yoga-series

 

 
 
 

Motivational Speaker Eric Thomas and Son Jalin Host FREE Triple Double Camp with Harper Woods Schools #motownmom Metro #Detroit

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Contact: Sherrie Handrinos
Phone: 734-341-6859
Email: sherriehandrinos@gmail.com

Motivational Speaker Eric Thomas and Son Jalin Host FREE Triple Double Camp with Harper Woods School District

HARPER WOODS, MI – June 11, 2019:  The Harper Woods School District is bringing world renowned motivational speaker Dr. Eric Thomas, and his son, Jalin Thomas, a four-year Michigan State University Men’s Basketball Manager, to Harper Woods High School for the launch of a FREE Triple Double Academy Camp to help Metro-Detroit kids develop skills and positive character traits for success, both on and off the court!

Jalin Thomas, an MSU graduate who has taken his basketball experience under Head Coach Tom Izzo to new heights with his own non-profit, is teaming up with his Father to provide a unique two-day learning experience for boys and teens ages 10-15, courtesy of the Harper Woods School District.
The Free Camp will be held June 24-25, 2019, from 9am-3pm each day at Harper Woods High School (20225 Beaconsfield St,) in Harper Woods, Michigan.
This unique Father-Son Triple Double Academy Camp reaches far beyond basic instruction, to cover the informational skill sets, both on and off the court, necessary to reach the ultimate level of basketball.  The components covered during the course of the two-day Harper Woods camp will include basketball oriented drills, test preparation, character development, and business moral designed to help boys and teens launch a path for their future and stay sharp over the summer months.
“We’re thrilled to offer this extraordinary Triple Double Academy Camp to our young student athletes free of charge,” said Steven McGhee, Superintendent of Harper Woods School District.  “Our district motto is ‘Excellence Above All’ and the kind of education, encouragement and tools Jalin and Dr. Thomas are bringing to our students with this program, aligns perfectly with mission to help students achieve their highest potential academically, socially and globally.”
The camp’s activity is based on structural basketball instructions from professional individuals, test prep that challenges the inner student athlete off the court to help improve test scores and proper studying habits.  The camp also includes character development and life skills sessions, where successful self-made entrepreneurs, like Dr. Eric Thomas, who has inspired millions world-wide with his viral YouTube videos and weekly podcasts, provide information on topics including improving the brand of the athlete as it relates to learning, proper social media etiquette, being an athletic entrepreneur, proper investments, and critical thinking.
“Our goal is to stress the importance of capitalizing on all beneficial aspects the game of basketball has to offer,” said Dr. Eric Thomas.  “Basketball in today’s society takes more than just being a great athlete.  Jalin has put together an amazing program with regard to this, and I couldn’t prouder to work with him on this mission.”
All campers at the Triple Double Academy Camp on June 24-25 will be provided with lunch, a backpack, notebook, writing utensil, t-shirt and hydration.  Registration is open to males ages 10-15.  Space is limited and registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.  To register visit www.tripledoublecamps.com.
For media inquiries and more information, please contact Sherrie Handrinos at SherrieHandrinos@gmail.com  or 734-341-6859.
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Dr. Eric Thomas (left) and Jalin Thomas – Triple Double Academy Camp
 
About Harper Woods School District
Harper Woods School District offers a safe and caring learning environment created to help students achieve excellence academically, socially, and globally, from pre-school through high school. The District’s innovative programs provide students with the technology and tools necessary to continually reach their highest potential, starting at an early age.  With an outstanding staff of educators and administrators, Harper Woods’ students learn to respect one-another and set goals and expectations for themselves, in an empowering academic environment.
Harper Woods Schools not only offer superior educational learning opportunities to students of all ages in four district schools, they offer sports programs for grades K-12, an International Baccalaureate program to Explore the World of Careers for grades 6-8, and a College and Career Institute for grades 9-12, where students can earn college credits and learn a trade to shape their career.   For more information visit https://www.hwschools.org/