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RESTORE update at Lunch ‘n Learn

RESTORE update at Lunch ‘n Learn

On Friday, August 1, 2014 from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. join the League of Women Voters for their brown bag lunch and learn summer series at the Downtown Library, 239 N. Spring Street, Meeting Room B. Guest Speaker is Mr. Bill Williams, Principal, SCG Governmental Consulting Restore Act practice, [...]

Wedgewood gets legal representation

Wedgewood gets legal representation

They will not be ignored. Wedgewood residents have complained to the state and county about the construction debris pits that surround their neighborhood. Now they have agreed to legal representation. The residents of Wedgewood, Rolling Hills and Olive Heights meet the Marie Young Community [...]

Hot City, Cool City Walking Tour, July 19

Hot City, Cool City Walking Tour, July 19

Join 350 Pensacola for a midsummer stroll through downtown Pensacola. Participants will explore old and new ways that cities can adapt to the higher temperatures and heavier rainfall of our changing climate. Along the way, the group will look at the many features of buildings, streets, and parks [...]

Delta Air Lines Sponsors Week at the National Flight Academy

Delta Air Lines Sponsors Week at the National Flight Academy

The National Flight Academy is excited to announce Delta Air Lines, the official airline of the National Flight Academy, is the sponsor of this week’s summer program. This is the second year in a row that Delta Air Lines has supported the National Flight Academy. Young people in 7th-12th grade [...]

Cool idea: CoderDoJo comes to Pensacola

Cool idea: CoderDoJo comes to Pensacola

UWF Innovation Institute joins CoderDoJo movement, hosts programming classes for kids Twice a month, the University of West Florida Innovation Institute is hosting a CoderDojo programming class for kids ages 7-17 to engage in a fun learning experience where they will learn how to code, develop [...]

Special Event: Dedication of the Theophalis May Neighborhood Resource Center, tomorrow 3 p.m.

Special Event: Dedication of the Theophalis May Neighborhood Resource Center, tomorrow 3 p.m.

This Wednesday, Mayor Ashton Hayward, flanked by County Commissioner Lumon May and his family, will formally unveil the new Theophalis May Neighborhood Resource Center, located at Legion Field. WHEN: 3 p.m. Wednesday, July 2 WHERE: Theophalis May Neighborhood Resource Center Legion [...]

350 Pensacola: Best approaches to communicate about climate change

350 Pensacola: Best approaches to communicate about climate change

Chamblin’s talk addresses the best approaches to communicating about climate change. What: “Public Opinion, Politics, and the Challenge of Communicating Climate Change,” a Talk by Larry Chamblin Where: Bayview Senior Resource Center, 2000 E. Lloyd St., Pensacola When: Tuesday, July 8 • [...]

United Way seek nominations for distinguished service awards

United Way seek nominations for distinguished service awards

United Way of Escambia County is issuing a call for nominations for the Annual United Way Distinguished Service and Partner Awards, which will be held Thursday, August 21, 2014, at First Baptist Church of Pensacola, located at 500 North Palafox Street. Each year, United Way honors outstanding [...]

Ayusa Steps Up Search for American Families to Host Exchange Students in Florida

Ayusa Steps Up Search for American Families to Host Exchange Students in Florida

Ayusa International, a non-profit organization that for 31 years has promoted global learning and leadership through high school student cultural exchanges and leadership programs, continues its annual search for families in Florida interested in hosting international students for the 2014-2015 [...]

DCF has its own secret list, involves child deaths

DCF has its own secret list, involves child deaths

By Marge Menzel, The News Service of Florida THE CAPITAL, TALLAHASSEE, June 24, 2014..........As the Florida Department of Children and Families rolls out a new website to track child deaths and make them public, the sponsor of a new law aimed at reducing those deaths is calling for an [...]

Charlotte’s Web bill signed into law

Charlotte’s Web bill signed into law

Ryan Wiggins just texted me that Governor Rick Scott has signed into law the "Charlotte's Web" bill that legalizes a special strain of cannabis that may help children deal with severe seizures. Wiggins is the owner and chief strategist at Full Contact Strategies that lobbied for the legislation. [...]

Pensacola MESS Hall Announces Exciting Summer Plans

Pensacola MESS Hall Announces Exciting Summer Plans

The MESS Hall has switched to summer hours to offer kids and families more time to explore Math, Engineering, Science & Stuff, with themes changing throughout the summer months. The MESS Hall is now open Tuesday – Saturday from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Sunday 1 p.m. – 5 p.m. Circus Week begins [...]

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