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Donut strike next week

The Pensacola Police Department (PPD), Escambia County Sheriff’s Office (ECSO), Pensacola Fire Department (PFD), and Escambia County Fire Rescue (ECFR) are going on strike against…

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Letter Carriers celebrate the 25th Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive

On Saturday, May 13, Escambia and Santa Rosa Letter Carriers will join forces to help Stamp Out Hunger in our community. In its 25th year,…

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Local credit unions donate $200,000 to Manna Food Pantries

Ten local credit unions made a combined donation of $200,000 to Manna Food Pantries during the kickoff event for Manna’s capital campaign for moving into…

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Manna and Fill the Mayflower bring in food for 52000 meals

MANNA Food Pantries’ Ninth Annual Fill the Mayflower food drive brought in enough food to provide over 52,000 meals to the hungry. The food will…

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Manna purchases new headquarters on E Street

On Tuesday, MANNA Food Pantries purchased its new future home, the Pensacola Mill Supply Building on North “E” Street. The 23,000 square foot building is…

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Fourth Annual Fill the PSC Ambulance nets 4,000 lbs. of food for Manna

Pensacola State College’s fourth annual Fill the Ambulance food drive sponsored by EMT and paramedic students netted more than 4,000 pounds of donations for Manna…

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PSC hosts Fill a Bowl for Manna Jan. 16

Press release: Warm up your January with a bowl of steaming soup at the ninth annual Fill a Bowl for Manna event from 1-3 p.m….

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Manna Food Pantries only did what city officials told them

When Manna Food Pantries bought the old Pickens School property on Hayne Street, the Escambia County School District’s realtor, Danny Zimmern, told the non-profit that…

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Circumstances surrounding proposed Manna warehouse support Schrey

Yesterday, former city planner Elizabeth Schrey told Inweekly that she lost her job in a “restructuring” of City Hall after she refused to lie to…

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