Pensacola Voice

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Date registered: January 5, 2012

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  1. Pensacola Voice Presents: Nielah Spears — October 16, 2014
  2. Stop the Violence! Take It to the Courts — October 16, 2014
  3. Gulf Coast African American Chamber of Commerce : 30-day/$30 Challenge — October 9, 2014
  4. Action Jackson’s Book Signing — October 9, 2014
  5. Gulf Power’s $650,000 Gift Celebrated at Ribbon Cutting for Multicultural Resource Center — October 9, 2014

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  1. Rev. Powell Recipient of 2012 Florida Education Award — 1 comment
  2. Charles Haynes Inducted into the 1976 National Black Hall of Fame — 1 comment
  3. A LONG FALL FROM GRACE — 1 comment
  4. ELDER YATES ENDORES OBAMA’S RE-ELECTION — 1 comment

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Aug 30

WORKFORCE FLORIDA HOLDS MEETING IN PENSACOLA

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By Wesley Martin Last Thursday, Workforce Florida, Inc., Florida’s statewide, business-led workforce policy board, held its’ Board of Directors Meeting at the Gulf Power Company Headquarters located in downtown Pensacola. Workforce, which is also responsible for overseeing the state’s workforce system, develops strategies to help Floridians enter and advance in the workforce while supporting economic …

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Aug 30

EPPS CENTER CELEBRATES 100 WOMEN IN RED AND WHITE

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By Diane Pajaud Women throughout the Escambia County community came to celebrate God with praise and worship at the Epps Christian Center this past Sunday afternoon. The ladies, dressed in white and red, praised, shouted and glorified God in high anticipation as music filled the air. Evangelist Juanita Purdy, mistress of ceremony, continued the praise …

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Aug 30

COMMUNITY SPEAKS OUT ON WESTSIDE LIBRARY RELOCATION

By Jeremie Samuel Many residents of Escambia County’s Brownsville neighborhood say relocating the Westside Branch Library, currently located on Cervantes Street, to the Legion Field Complex would be inconvenient. The Westside branch serves as a resource where many low-income individuals can utilize resources like computers and internet access. Georgia Blackmon, owner of The Gathering Awareness …

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Aug 30

READY SET HIKE

By Wesley Martin The Gulf Coast Youth Sports Alliance held Jamborees across the region last Saturday, August 25. The G.C.Y.S.A. was formed to organize and align youth football and cheerleading activities for communities along the Gulf Coast. The G.C.Y.S.A. currently provides organized youth tackle football and cheerleading to nearly 9,000 children ages 5 -14 in …

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Aug 30

MAKING HISTORY: THE EMERGING YOUNG LEADERS PROGRAM

By Diane Pajaud It’s a first for the Delta Iota Omega Chapter: the first group of EYLs – the 2011-2012 academic year; the first graduating class – seven young ladies who make up the class of 2012; and the first graduation day – August 26, 2012, themed “Growing Leaders, Not Just Graduates: Girls Working Today …

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Aug 30

CITIZENS FUNDRAISE FOR CAMPAIGNS

  By Wesley Martin Everybody seemed to enjoy themselves Friday evening, August 24, at Phineas Phogg’s located in Seville Quarter. Some were dressed in evening wear, others adorned in Obama T-shirts and jeans. But everyone seemed to have fun. The Democratic Party of Escambia County held its second “Party” to help raise funds for President …

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Aug 30

ELDER YATES ENDORES OBAMA’S RE-ELECTION

By Tony R. McCray, Jr. Last Thursday, August 23, the National Primitive Baptist Convention USA President, Elder Bernard C. Yates, endorsed President Obama’s re-election campaign against Republican candidate Mitt Romney. The Hyatt Regency Dearborn conference center, located just outside of Detroit, was packed with approving members from all over the country. In an expressive and …

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Aug 24

He ain’t heavy: Brothers got to work it out!

By Brian Turner One of my favorite movies is New Jack City.  In this classic 1990’s film, we see Gee-Money (Allen Payne) and Nino Brown (Wesley Snipes) of the Cash Money Brothers (CMB), planning to be rich, famous, and powerful by pledging to rein terror on the city of New York with their murderous drug …

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Aug 22

When seniors have fun!

  By Jacquie Miles If you thought being a senior citizen meant a life of boredom, think again.  Tuesday morning approximately 200 senior citizens met at the Bayview Senior Citizen Center to enjoy a day of life, fun and camaraderie. With music playing of artists such as Fats Domino, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles and …

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Aug 22

Hometown Diva debuts new album

By Jacquie Miles Pensacola native, Peggy Scott, known as “The Little Lady with the Big Voice” is back on the tour scene again, bigger and better than ever with her latest single, ‘Not Good Enough To Marry,’ from her current CD ‘Life After Bill.’  The music industry and her many fans have long awaited for …

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