Tara Jeffrey http://thesarniajournal.ca/boys-home-boys-reveal-inner-life-in-art/ Young men at the Huron House Boys’ Home are showing off their artistic flare thanks to a new project brought forward by a Lambton College student. Katie Horvath, who has been placed at the Bright’s Grove facility as part of the social service worker program, wanted to experiment with art – as… Read more »
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Observer readers, Wednesday, March 2, 2016 In concurrence with Det.-Const. Mike Hart’s comments featured in the Feb. 25Sarnia Observer, more Children’s Mental Health Resources are needed for children and youth in this community. One in five children and youth across Ontario experience mental health issues. It has been more than a decade since Ontario has provided… Read more »
Cathy Dobson, The Sarnia Journal, February 23, 2016 Unwavering community support is enabling the Huron House Boys’ to stay afloat. The Ontario government has radically reduced its funding for the 23-bed residential facility for adolescent boys, but local people continue to rally behind it. The Boys’ Home has been an accredited children’s mental health centre for… Read more »
Tyler Kula, The Observer, October 15, 2015 Huron House Boys’ Home executive director Don Adam stands at the sign for the Bright’s Grove refuge for wayward boys. The mental health facility was holding an open house in honour of its 45th anniversary Thursday. Handout/Sarnia Observer/Postmedia Network In its 45 years as a residence and refuge… Read more »
2015 has been a busy and eventful year! Thanks to all who favour the Boys Home with your kind thoughts and generous donations as we continue our good work with adolescent boys. Wish wish you a happy holiday season and a blessed 2016. Click to see the 2015 Christmas Bulletin.
Sizzlin Sisler Sisters were the top fundraisers for the second year running in Race to Erase! And once again they chose Huron House Boys’ Home as their charity. THANK YOU Sizzlin Sisler Sisters for raising $5,400 for the boys. In Race to Erase teams of four traveled to sixteen locations where they were timed doing… Read more »
Thanks once again to Mike Blondin for hosting a great golf tournament for the boys of Huron House Boys’ Home. Known as the Quality Control Council of Canada Golf Bash, the tournament was held at Camlachie Golf on Country Club on Saturday. This is the fifth such tournament held, with funds being directed towards materials… Read more »
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