FILE PHOTO: Andrea Clancy and her son Dylan, 2, in the downstairs kitchen at the Oxford House on Olympia Street in 2015. The house is one of 37 properties Homes First now rents, but it hopes to purchase an additional 15 properties through new investment program it will introduce to the community at two information sessions on Thursday at the South Puget Sound Community College campus in Lacey.
FILE PHOTO: Andrea Clancy and her son Dylan, 2, in the downstairs kitchen at the Oxford House on Olympia Street in 2015. The house is one of 37 properties Homes First now rents, but it hopes to purchase an additional 15 properties through new investment program it will introduce to the community at two information sessions on Thursday at the South Puget Sound Community College campus in Lacey. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
FILE PHOTO: Andrea Clancy and her son Dylan, 2, in the downstairs kitchen at the Oxford House on Olympia Street in 2015. The house is one of 37 properties Homes First now rents, but it hopes to purchase an additional 15 properties through new investment program it will introduce to the community at two information sessions on Thursday at the South Puget Sound Community College campus in Lacey. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com

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