The 2nd Annual Resident Appreciation & Safety Day Drew in Hundreds of Residents and Community Members
INKSTER, Michigan, Aug. 9, 2023 - Inkster Housing Commission (IHC) is delighted to release a video documenting the 2nd Annual Resident Appreciation and Safety Day. This event was open to the public to celebrate and express our gratitude to the residents of the Inkster Housing Commission while promoting safety and well-being within our community.
The event took place on July 20, 2023, at Lemoyne Park in Inkster, Michigan. Attendees engaged in a variety of activities, including health checks, games, prizes, and engaging activities for all ages. The Inkster Housing Commission is committed to creating an inclusive and enjoyable environment for everyone.
Residents and visitors alike indulged in delicious food and refreshments, generously provided by local vendors.
"We were thrilled to host our 2nd Annual Resident Appreciation and Safety Day," said Aaron Cooper, President and CEO of Inkster Housing Commission. "This event allowed us to express our gratitude to our residents and also serves as a platform to educate and engage the community on important safety measures. We thank everyone who joined us for a day of fun, learning, and celebration."
The Inkster Housing Commission would like to extend its gratitude to the community partners and sponsors who generously contributed to the success of this event. Their support highlights the collaborative efforts in creating a safe and vibrant community. Some sponsors include Native Soul, Inkster Police Department, The Telegram Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. - Zeta Nu Zeta Chapter, SOOAR, Oakstreet Health care, Communica, She Sadity Couture, Xfinity, KML, AT&T, and title sponsors, Grays outdoor services.
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About Inkster Housing Commission
The Inkster Housing Commission (IHC) was created in 1950 by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Initially, the IHC was a municipal department of the City of Inkster, a small, urban, blue-collar community 20 miles from Detroit. In 2004, IHC became an independent, self-sustaining, HUD-funded nonprofit agency, following a change in state law that made all housing authorities independent of municipalities.
Inkster Housing Commission (IHC) is governed by a five-member Board of Commissioners appointed by the Mayor of Inkster, Michigan, to 5-year staggered terms. The IHC mission is to enrich lives by building inclusive communities and empowering families for long-term economic success
IHC’s vision is to be the premier affordable housing provider locally, regionally, and nationally that fosters diverse and vibrant communities including housing, education, and economic growth...