Something old and something new making up the new Main Street organization in Port Huron as board members and volunteers alike show a cross section of ages and experience. Some come from the old Main Street organization according to LeRoy Stevens who is helping to get the organiztion going again. He says this time around the state will be heavily involved and has in fact announced as of Thursday that Port Huron is one of six cities allowed into a two year Associate Program. The Authority oversees the Michigan Main Street program which is part of Governor Snyder's placemaking initiative and downtown development efforts. Port Huron's newly formed organization already includes a board of directors and a half dozen committees. Stevens says to expect some visible activity at the newly donated office space at 219 Huron during the Silver Stick weekends. He says tying in with the state will bring ample amounts of traing and seminars on how to best direct the volunteer based organization.