In 2019, we asked the community to fall in love with our loo. You see, we were completing a home improvement project at our 1010 Lincoln Avenue location, and couldn’t wait to show everyone. A screened in porch area at the home had been converted into an accessible full bathroom, which was a crucial improvement. Not only was it necessary, but the project turned out beautiful, too. As the completion date approached Valentine’s Day, we invited the public to an open house on February 14 which we called, “In Love with the Loo.” All these years later, a memento from that special event still decorates the bathroom—a piece of art designed by longtime Hunter Hospitality House volunteer and supporter Paul Wilson, and filled in with chalk by many of the visitors to the open house. As many know, the subject of that artwork is Port Huron’s famed Pere Marquette Railroad Bridge, a beloved landmark currently undergoing demolition. Today, I just want to thank Paul Wilson for his vision for the community artwork he designed, facilitated, and finished, giving Hunter Hospitality House a piece of history for us to enjoy forever.
Co-Founder & Executive Director of Hunter Hospitality House
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