Category Archive for: ‘Community Pride’

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Brownsville Culture and Arts Camp needs students and volunteers this spring

Historic Brownsville Community, Inc. (HBC) and Pensacola Habitat for Humanity (PHFH) are collaborating to provide a six-week “Brownsville Culture & Arts Camp” that will offer children from 4th to 7th grade who live in Brownsville the opportunity to explore their unique place in the context of their community.  Funding for the camp is made possible by a Rotary Club of …

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Green Up Brownsville

Pensacola Habitat for Humanity’s Neighborhood Revitalization (NR) team has begun the “Green Up Brownsville” project. With help from key partners (including Historic Brownsville Community and volunteers from Habitat’s Collegiate Challenge groups), the Neighborhood Revitalization (NR) team has started Phase I of the beautification project in the historic Brownsville business corridor. Last week volunteers worked together to paint a building  and remove …

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Pensacola Habitat and Brownsville Partners “Green Up” the ‘Ville

  Pensacola, FL (March 2, 2016) Over the course of the next two months, beginning Saturday, March 5th, Pensacola Habitat for Humanity’s Neighborhood Revitalization team will work to “Green Up Brownsville”. Key partners in the initiative are the Historic Brownsville Community, volunteers from Pensacola Habitat’s Collegiate Challenge and local Marines. These groups will collaborate with the hopes of improving the …

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Carver Park Beautification with Called to Greatness

On St. Patrick’s Day, Pensacola Habitat for Humanity joined the Cantonment Improvement Committee (CIC) and Called to Greatness, a student ministry from Kansas, for a day of service at Carver Park. Together they painted the park’s pavilion, picnic tables, and landscaped around the CIC’s new Community Resource Center, including the planting of a butterfly garden and fruit trees.

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Jones Creek Cleanup

Pensacola Habitat for Humanity partnered with Jimmie Jarratt of the Escambia County Environmental Services Department  to clean up a portion of the Jones Creek Trail. As part of an ongoing restoration effort, Pensacola Habitat recruited 16 volunteers to help cut back and remove dead branches, clear brush, uproot weeds, rake trails, pick up trash, eliminate invasive plant species, and other basic …

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