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May seemed to be one of the wettest springs we can remember in a very long time. Some Laketon Township residents on Peterson Road were hit extremely hard. United Way of the Lakeshore reached out to Mission for Area People to be the fiduciary for funding to help families on Peterson Road.

Some of the families had to replace everything such as doors, flooring, furniture, and walls had to be dry walled, painted etc. One of the victims had the toilet out in the hallway until she could get someone to help with the flooring. I can’t imagine having to live like this for a couple of months. The good news is through the funding from United Way of the Lakeshore, the first family assisted received 3 new doors, sub flooring, carpeting and linoleum.

The second flood victim had to have a French drain dug around her house, the cement floors needed to be sanded, sealed, and then flooring laid down. Thank You United Way of the Lakeshore for your generosity and for trusting Mission for Area People to asset the situation of the Flood Victims in Laketon Township.

United Way of the Lakeshore

This program is for all students, from 5 years old through high school!

Must Pre-Register for socks and underwear!

Call MAP at (231) 733-9672 between August 1st and 16th
between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm to pre-register!

The first 200 students will be accepted!

Must show ID for parent and children.
Please no children under the age of 12 on pick-up day.
Students 13 and over may be present with custodial parent or guardian.


Donations are greatly appreciated for this event!