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The Pensacola Invitational

This article was taken from The HabiChat, Pensacola Habitat’s bimonthly newsletter.  Say it out loud and it carries an air of exclusivity. In usual parlance, an ‘Invitational’ event is something that is open to only a select few, the top of the heap, the best of the best, the cream of the crop. That understanding also carries with it the general …

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HabiChat Newsletter January/February 2015

A house built from the ground up By Charlotte Crane For Sherlyn Newberry, it was the frightening occurrence of a murder outside her apartment and the thoughtful mental exercise posed by her pastor that set the stage for her Habitat home moving date of Nov. 29, 2014. She had been aware of Habitat advantages since 2005, demonstrated by her two …

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Pensacola Flood Relief

While the calendar has turned over to a new year, for many families of limited resources in our community there are ugly reminders of the floods of 2014. Needs assessments conducted through the summer and fall revealed hundreds of families living with house damage related to the disastrous April floods.

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The 2014 Habitat Christmas Ornaments and Cards are Here!

Each year Pensacola Habitat sells a limited edition Christmas ornament. The ornament is symbolic of the more than 1,000 homes and the hope for the future that we have provided–with your help and the help of so many others like you–for low-income working families in our community since the organization was started in 1981.

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Kids With Cats

HabiChat Newsletter November/December 2014

Global Village trip is life changing for one UWF graduate By Charlotte Crane In February this year, Michael Dwyer, a UWF MBA graduate, Air Force veteran and commercial real estate employee, quit his job, left the A.F. reserves, set aside a stack of law school acceptances, packed his bags and headed for Guatemala – and a new mission. A critical …

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