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Manna Food Pantry recovery will be slow

Manna Food Pantry recovery will be slow

DeeDee Flounlacker, executive director for Manna, and her board president, Jay Bradshaw, were at Hopjacks to visit with Gov. Rick Scott this morning. Flounlacker said that it will be 7-12 weeks before they will be able to serve people at the pre-storm levels. "It takes a lot of work to sort and [...]

Pensacola Habitat for Humanity and Lowe’s team up for National Women Build Week, May 11

Pensacola Habitat for Humanity and Lowe’s team up for National Women Build Week, May 11

More than 13,000 volunteers are expected to partner with 300 Habitat for Humanity affiliates across the country to help build affordable housing in their local communities in recognition of National Women Build Week, May 3-11. Now in its seventh year, National Women Build Week challenges women to [...]

Hot Glass, Cold Brew, May 9, for storm recovery

Hot Glass, Cold Brew, May 9, for storm recovery

First City Art Center (FCAC) is reigniting its HOT GLASS, COLD BREW (HGCB) Flower Power Edition on Fri., May 9, 2014, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at 1060 N. Guillemard St. (the corner of Guillemard and Gonzalez Streets). Don't miss the last Hot Glass Cold Brew of the season. Our "Flower Power" edition [...]

Hands Across the Sand is Coming to Pensacola Beach on May 17.

Hands Across the Sand is Coming to Pensacola Beach on May 17.

WHAT: Local "Hands Across the Sand" gathering in solidarity with events across the globe to raise awareness about the dangers of offshore drilling and call on leaders to end our oil dependence and move to a clean energy future. At noon, participants will join hands for 15 minutes to form a line [...]

Jazz Jam tonight

Jazz Jam tonight

Roger Villines, trumpeter and director of the Pensacola State College Jazz Ensemble, leads the session, with a great professional "house band":Burt Kimberl (piano), Steve Gilmore (bass), and Fred Domulot (drums). The beauty of a jam session is that one gets to hear combinations of musicians not [...]

Flood Victim Relief Cut-a-Thon

Vivid. Artistic Hair Design 801 N 9th Ave Suite B, Pensacola, Florida 32501 This Sunday May 4th Vivid. Artistic Hair Design will be hosting a cut-a-thon to help benefit those who have lost everything. Some of the city's top hair stylists will be offering haircuts (without the [...]

Senate passes ‘Charlotte’s Web’ bill

Senate passes ‘Charlotte’s Web’ bill

By Dara Kam, The News Service of Florida As an 11-year-old Panhandle girl who helped change the minds of leery lawmakers looked on, the Senate overwhelmingly approved a proposal Monday legalizing a strain on marijuana that could stop life-threatening seizures in children with a rare form of [...]

The Arc Gateway Kicks Off 60th Anniversary with Open House and Tours, April 29

The Arc Gateway Kicks Off 60th Anniversary with Open House and Tours, April 29

The Arc Gateway is celebrating 60 years of serving children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the greater Pensacola area. The non-profit agency will kick off anniversary festivities on Tuesday, April 29 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. with The Arc Gateway Open House, featuring [...]

UWF to host opening ceremony of Confucius Institute

UWF to host opening ceremony of Confucius Institute

This Friday, the University of West Florida is hosting a Chinese delegation in celebration of the opening of the UWF Confucius Institute. The guests include representatives from the Chinese Consulate General in Houston, Northwest Normal University in China and the directors of the Confucius [...]

Florida College System’s State Softball Championship returns May 2-4

The Pensacola Sports Association (PSA) in coordination with the City of Pensacola Department of Neighborhood Services, and Pensacola State College, is pleased to announce that the three entities will be hosting the Florida College System Activities Association (FCSAA) Women’s Fast Pitch Softball [...]

Two Flood Insurance workshops offered, April 23

University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF IFAS) Extension in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties will be hosting two flood insurance workshops this week. The workshops are targeted to home and property owners interested in changes made recently to the National Flood [...]

Awareness Walk Organizer Apologizes for Traffic Problem

Awareness Walk Organizer Apologizes for Traffic Problem

Last Wednesday, the 5 pm traffic on Pensacola Bay Bridge was slowed by a volunteers walking for sexual assault awareness. The organizer sent this email last Thursday to Commissioner Grover Robinson: To: Commissioner Grover C. Robinson, IV Dear Commissioner Robinson: First of all, on [...]

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