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2018 November December Habichat Featured Image

HabiChat Newsletter November 2018

In this issue: Women Build 2018 “Virtual Reality” Featured Community Member – Dorris Hill Habitat FORE! Humanity Volunteer Spotlight – The University of West Florida and more…

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2018 July August Featured

HabiChat Newsletter August 2018

In this issue: Community Summit: Communities in Transition “Advocacy: A Force Multiplier” Pensacola Habitat Chief Operating Officer – Al Henderson Week-long HabiTap at Long-Time Supporter, Gulf Coast Brewery One Family’s Story – Alexandrea Castanon Volunteer Spotlight – Youth Volunteers Sponsor Spotlight: HabiHour at The Boatyard Bar & Grill and Pensacola Habitat Food Truck Festival and more…

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2018 May June Featured

HabiChat Newsletter June 2018

In this issue: Camshire Meadows Park “Taking Ownership” Good Food at the Pensacola Hot Wheels Food Truck Festival Creativity Shines at the RePurposed Art Show Joining Together for the Interfaith Build 2018 Volunteer Spotlight: Gulf Coast Brewery Celebrates Volunteers and more…

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2018 March April Featured

HabiChat Newsletter April 2018

In this issue: Volunteer Appreciation “One of these days” Global Village Collegiate Challenge Continued: 25 years and Counting Southern Arkansas University Knows How to Clean Up Volunteer Spotlight: Kasey Jones and WSRE and more…

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2018 January February Featured

HabiChat Newsletter February 2018

In this issue: Doors to Opportunites “Habitat has changed my life!” Camshire KaBOOM Playground Fully Funded Publix Super Markets Charities Sponsors a Home (Again!) Collegiate Challenge: One Week, A Lifetime of Change Volunteer Spotlight: Jimmy Riggins NeighborWorks and Connected Communities and more…

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