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Carver Park

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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Welcome our new Board Members

This article was taken from The HabiChat, Pensacola Habitat’s bimonthly newsletter.  Habitat Board Members are a vital part of our organization, working directly with affiliate staff and volunteers to help further our mission of building simple, decent, affordable housing. At the start of each year we bring on new members to the board to fill vacancies. Here are our additions for …

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New Staff

New Habitat Staff

This article was taken from The HabiChat, Pensacola Habitat’s bimonthly newsletter.  Nick Noyes has been brought on as Communications Associate for the Community Engagement Department of Pensacola Habitat. Nick is a Pensacola local, who recently graduated from UWF with his Master’s degree in Strategic Communication and Leadership. Previously, Nick worked at Gulf Breeze News, and most recently at ID Group. As …

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Sherlyn

A house built from the ground up

This article was taken from The HabiChat, Pensacola Habitat’s bimonthly newsletter.  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 …

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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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