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--- Issued September 2, 2017

Born and raised in Erie, Dusti Dennis is looking forward to returning to her hometown to join the HACE team on October 2 as Deputy Executive Director.

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--- Issued August 11, 2017

NEWSPAPER – by the Editorial Board:

"OUR VIEW: BROCK FIGHTS ERIE'S SPIRITUAL BLIGHT" _ 08/11/2017

"He is one of the most prominent among several praiseworthy champions of Erie’s endangered youth who this summer took disciplined, generous strides to offer Erie’s most at-risk youth affirmation, opportunity and a hopeful glimpse of the potential within them."

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--- Issued July 27, 2017

The five 2017 Louis J. Tullio Scholarship recipients are  “Amazing – just listening to them makes me realize that the future is in good hands,” says Michael R. Fraley, executive director of the Erie Housing Authority. “They just keep getting better every year.”

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--- Issued July 27, 2017

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--- Issued July 21

Michael R. Fraley has become the fourth executive director of the Housing Authority of the City of Erie since Erie City Council established the Authority in 1938.

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--- Issued July 14, 2017

On June 30 the Erie Housing Authority sponsored another very successful "Meet Your Neighbor" event, this time at at Lake City Dwellings.

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--- Issued July 14, 2017

It’s difficult for public housing children to get to Presque Isle to swim in the summertime, so the Erie Housing Authority has found an alternative.

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--- Issued June 27, 2017

We have met the neighbors ... and they are ours!

On June 23, despite heavy intermittent rain, the Erie Housing Authority sponsored a very successful "Meet Your Neighbor" event at the John E. Horan Garden Apartments that made everyone happy with their neighbors and HACE staffers.

At least 200 people attended.

There was something – besides picnic food – for everyone, including free books donated by the Authority and the Erie County Library.  And the Master Gardeners of Erie and Sister Pat Lupo of Earth Force donated vegetable seedlings for the children to take home. The plants were donated by Potratz Garden Center.

Other activities included COPPS officers interacting with the children and setting up a youth obstacle course (six officers were on hand); a disc jockey playing music; a hula-hoop demonstration and lessons; several cultural activities; games put on by the Multi-Cultural Resource Center; and various informational tables sponsored by organizations such as SafeNet and Early Connections.  The Early Connections Table offered face-painting.

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--- Issued June 13, 2017

The Housing Authority of the City of Erie has won another national award for its work in making Erie a better place to live.

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