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HabiChat Newsletter March/April 2016

In this issue: Revitalizing Neighborhoods Pensacola Hot Wheels Food Truck Festival – Saturday April 23 – Learn more! Volunteer News Mayor’s Day of Volunteer Recognition AmeriCorps Recruitment – Learn more about AmeriCorps Save the Date: Annual Community Summit – Sustainable Communities – June 9th, 1-4pm and more!

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HabiChat Newsletter January/February 2016

In this issue: “I’m coming home” All Under One Roof Volunteer News & Collegiate Challenge ReStore—A good deal and a good deal more! AmeriCorps Day of Service Building on Faith Neighborhood Revitalization update Four-Star Charity Navigator Ranking and more!

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HabiChat Newsletter November/December 2015

In this issue: Veterans at Home A World Where Everyone Has a Decent Place to Live Volunteer News & Building on Faith Bank of America Nominated for National Philanthropy Day St. Sylvester’s Knights of Columbus Golf Tournament Publix Super Markets Charities Grant Women Build Update Neighborhood Revitalization update ReStore Coupon Christmas Ornaments and more!

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HabiChat Newsletter September/October 2015

In this issue: Making a Comeback Not your Father’s Oldsmobile Women Build Begins AmeriCorps Members new and returning September Home Dedication When is a quilt more than a gift? Save the date: Pensacola Hot Wheels Food Truck Festival Neighborhood Revitalization update ReStore Coupon and more!

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HabiChat Newsletter July/August 2015

In this issue: The House that Women Built What (or WHO) Makes Up Your Community Volunteer News and AmeriCorps Farewell Women Build and Community Impact Restore the Ella Jordan Home RENEW with Neighborhood Revitalization Donor Spotlights and more!

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