Monthly Archive for: ‘June, 2016’

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Meet a Women Builder: Mesha Boyle

You often scroll through your news feed on Facebook, dodging annoying ads, watching and re-watching videos of cute puppies, and laughing at your crazy cousin’s political views, but you rarely come across anything of substance – anything meaningful. Well, that wasn’t the case for Mesha Boyle when she saw her friend’s post about Women Build last year. “It really touched …

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Start Fundraising for Women Build!

Most people don’t have hundreds of dollars to spare. Therefore, as a Women Builder, you’ll probably have to rely on fundraising to meet your $600 goal. Of course, when you see the word “fundraising,” you probably think of the elementary school-aged kids who go door-to-door selling cookie dough, wrapping paper, and other miscellaneous items that – let’s face it – …

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Only Two Weeks Left to Register for Women Build!

Have you been putting off registering for Women Build, thinking that you’ve still got plenty of time to do it? Well, that may have been the case in May, or even the beginning of June, but not anymore – registration closes on June 30. That’s in two weeks. So far, the following Women Build teams have formed: the Aylstock, Witkin, …

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HabiChat Newsletter May/June 2016

In this issue: Building on Faith The McDaniel Family’s Story Where do I begin? Pensacola Hot Wheels a Success Introducing a “Brand New” Award Winning Pensacola Habitat Home Style Evolution Volunteer News Register for Women Build Neighborhood Revitalization Update and more!

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How can you be involved in Women Build?

So, you want to be involved in Women Build, but you don’t want to build a house. You’re excited to help a deserving family, while bonding with your fellow Women Builders, but just the thought of swinging a hammer in the middle of a still-so-hot Florida October makes you sweaty and tired. Well, you’ll be happy to know that there …

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