Habitat News


December Volunteer Spotlights

Volunteer Spotlight: Capt. Chuck Reese In the past eight years, Capt. Chuck Reese has become an integral Habitat volunteer organizer across our community.  Drawing on his connections with the Joint Presbyterian team (including members from the First Presbyterian, Gulf Breeze Presbyterian, Northminster Presbyterian and Pace Presbyterian churches), and the Navy (Aviation Medicine Technicians and Student Flight Surgeons at Naval Aerospace …

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La Esperanza

I feel that I could add a verse to that song, “I’ve Been Everywhere” from just the last year or so. I used to think that having a job that required travel would be interesting, that getting out of the office and hitting the road would break up whatever monotony an office job breeds. Now it seems to me that …

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2013 Construction Update

This month completes the 55th home of the construction calendar year.  Our construction team has been hard at work this year not only building new homes, but also remodeling a lot of our older homes.  We know that our families appreciate all the hard work that our crews do to either completely remodel an older home or build a new …

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Global Village Team Returns from Guatemala

Pensacola Global Village team leaders Skip Vogelsang and Diane Blair, along with Executive Director, Tim Evans, and twelve local volunteers recently returned from a 10 day trip to Quetzaltenango, Guatemala. According to Habitat for Humanity Guatemala, the housing deficit in that country is estimated at approximately 1.2 million homes. As a result, the Guatemala affiliate has worked since 1979 “improving the …

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Global Village: The Last Days

Submitted by Tim Evans, Executive Director of Pensacola Habitat for Humanity Thursday, November 14, 2013 17:59 CST Tomorrow is the last day of work on the two home we are building in Xela, and it seems that no one on the team is really happy about that. We’ve come for a week’s commitment, but have been so drawn in to …

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