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HabiChat Newsletter April/May 2014

Homeownership is a Family Affair by Charlotte Crane   Living in a Habitat house is an all-hands – and all-hearts — family blessing in the view of Mary Miller and her children Shronda, Joshua, Chonkita and Adrian. When the family moved into their Habitat home in 1996, those youngsters were only 8-to-15 years old. But they no sooner reached their …

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HabiChat Newsletter February/March 2014

Thrift, Energy Are Homeowner’s Tools When Donna Glover called the Habitat office in December to advise folks that they’d forgotten to take the mortgage payment out of her bank account, she was ecstatic to hear it was no mistake. “It was the nicest Christmas present ever. I knew it was coming; I just didn’t keep up with the time frame.’’ …

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HabiChat Newsletter April 2013

Making a Difference: One Family’s Story The Richardson’s family story starts with a situation that caused Sandra and her husband, Lovette, to make some quick decisions regardless of how they had to reorganize their lives. The four  children pictured above, (L to R) Bryant, 9, Ke’Juan, 5, Orlandra, 4, and Evelyn, 12, are all Sandra’s nieces and nephews. They were …

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HabiChat Newsletter February 2013

Thank You! You Helped Build it: Pensacola Habitat Completes 225 Homes in 2012! Last year, with the help of the local business, churches, individuals and support from the Neighborhood Stabilization Program, Pensacola Habitat for Humanity completed 225 homes. On behalf of the thousands of people whose lives have been changed forever by your generosity, we say simply…thank you! One Family’s …

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HabiChat Newsletter December 2012

For many, “home for the holidays” means hanging lights or lighting candles, giving gifts, and sharing a meal with family and friends. The holiday season also can mean a time for reaching out to our neighbors and communities — caroling from house to house, helping with a canned goods drive, serving at a shelter or in a soup kitchen. For …

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