Ehrlo Housing celebrated 20 years of providing hope and housing to vulnerable individuals in the city of Regina with a come and go tenant appreciation barbeque on June 29th.
The event was held at Lakeshore Village, the first complex purchased by Ehrlo Housing in 1997. The appreciation day also included children’s activities for the families of Ehrlo Housing including dino bouncers, face painting, and balloon twisting.
“We don’t often get an opportunity to thank our tenants in a public way and in honor of the 20th Anniversary, we thought this would be a great opportunity to do just that,” explained Ehrlo Housing director Shelley Sayer. “Our tenants have always helped to shape the way we do business. We want to learn what is important to our tenants so we can work together to make housing at Ehrlo the best possible experience for everyone.”
Ehrlo Housing operates as part of Ranch Ehrlo Society’s community services and they provide affordable housing to low-income families, single mothers, individuals with chronic mental health conditions, and young people transitioning from care.