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Pray 4 Trey Benefit, Nov. 23

Pray 4 Trey Benefit, Nov. 23

On Labor Day 2012, children's pastor and worship leader Trey McClendon tragically injured his neck in a diving accident at a church gathering in Pensacola. He was left paralyzed from the neck down. Elements Salon and Cordova Square are hosting an open and a block party to help the McClendon [...]

Upwords: Mayor cares about homeless, grant helps 32 families (update)

Upwords: Mayor cares about homeless, grant helps 32 families (update)

No one can ever accuse the Pensacola Mayor's Office of being subtle. After a week when the city was getting criticized in social media for its alleged treatment of the homeless (Read BlanketGate), Mayor Ashton Hayward's latest "Upwords" touts a grant that the city received and announced in July [...]

Letter to the Editor: Pregnancy Discrimination

The State of Florida, through Florida Statute 760, provides vital protection against discrimination for individuals on the basis of several categories including sex, color, and religion. One category of individuals noticeably missing from such beneficial protection is pregnant mothers. Federal [...]

Seeds of Hope 5K set for Nov. 23

Seeds of Hope 5K set for Nov. 23

The University of West Florida’s chapter of Students for Suicide Awareness (SSA) is hosting the 4th Annual “Seeds of Hope” 5k Community Walk on Saturday, Nov. 23 for International Survivors of Suicide Day in downtown Pensacola. The walk will begin and end at Seville Quarter (located at [...]

Operation Christmas Child set for Nov. 18-25

Operation Christmas Child set for Nov. 18-25

Individuals, families, churches and groups in Pensacola and surrounding counties are working hard to make Christmas a reality for needy kids around the world by filling shoe boxes with toys, school supplies, hygiene items and notes of encouragement. Operation Christmas Child is ramping up as [...]

Rotary Tree of Remembrance debuts Dec. 7

Rotary Tree of Remembrance debuts Dec. 7

On Saturday, Dec. 7, local Rotarians will debut The Rotary Tree of Remembrance at Cordova Mall. During the Christmas season, the families of our community will have the opportunity to place a ribbon with the name of a loved one or message on the tree. Ribbons will be provided and volunteers will be [...]

IMPACT 100 recruiting members, check it out Nov. 14

IMPACT 100 recruiting members, check it out Nov. 14

IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area, a local women’s philanthropy group, is conducting its annual membership drive for 2014 with a series of open house events. The group, established in 2003, has collectively used the $1,000 annual membership donation to give $5,151,000 million to local non-profit [...]

War on Pensacola’s homeless continues

War on Pensacola’s homeless continues

Occupy Pensacola hasn't disappeared. The group is still fighting to help the homeless in the city of Pensacola. As the weather turns cooler, many of those living on the streets are at risk. We have reports of City of Pensacola Code Enforcement officers taking away the few meager possessions these [...]

Chopped, Santa Rosa County version

Chopped, Santa Rosa County version

Taking inspiration from the competitive cooking show “Chopped,” Sodexo is hosting Santa Rosa County School District’s first Chopped Competition. State Rep. Doug Broxson (R-Midway), Sheriff Wendell Hall, and Superintendent Tim Wyrosdick will battle it out in two cooking rounds with mystery [...]

YMCA is a winner

YMCA is a winner

The Y is more than a building and its impact on the community is more than an exercise room. Every year, the YMCA brings together businesses, community groups, and volunteers of all ages to host a unique trick or treat event for special needs kids at the Crowne Plaza Pensacola Grand Hotel. Last [...]

Vote for Sacred Heart Pink Glove Dance

Sacred Heart Children's Hospital needs your help. They produced this Pink Glove Video to raise awareness for Breast Cancer. They need ALL of you to view it and vote for Sacred Heart’s video! If they win Pensacola gets $20,000 for Breast Cancer! You can vote once a day. Please share with all your [...]

ECAT helps homeless veterans

ECAT helps homeless veterans

Escambia County Area Transit (ECAT), the local public transportation system, provides fixed-route service to hundreds of thousands of riders every year. ECAT’s service to the community, however, does not end with providing transportation. ECAT participates in multiple community service projects [...]

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