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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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March 2013 Volunteer of the Month: Quincy Brown

Quincy Brown started volunteering with Habitat when he was in the Navy stationed at NAS Whiting Field. After he retired, he continued to volunteer on construction sites and soon heard about the need for Family Selection Committee members. “I was looking for a way to work with my community and from the time I was introduced to the other committee …

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Blue Angels volunteer around town

Updated: Wednesday, April 17 2013, 10:39 PM EDT ESCAMBIA COUNTY   —  With the cancellation of air shows and grounding of practice demonstrations, the Blue Angels are reaching out to their local community for volunteer opportunities. Angelo Warnock and Mark Hatfield usually work on the electrical specs of jets. But today they worked to build a Habitat for Humanity home in …

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Staff Spotlight – T Woodard

T Woodard, Family Group Coordinator and staff cheerleader/superstar, recently celebrated her 6th anniversary of working with us at Pensacola Habitat. Before Mrs. Woodard joined our team she was a Project Coordinator with Project Jumpstart, which offered job training, educational assistance, and counseling to residents of Pensacola Village and Escambia Arms. When T came to Pensacola Habitat she began as a …

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