Category Archive: Community

Oct 24

Kappa International Pomarch Visit Pensacola Chapter

Thursday afternoon Kappas met in Pensacola to begin their two day C Roger Wilson Leadership training that train their members how to be Chapter Pomarchs, treasurers, Secretaries and some of the main parts of the organization.  “As Grand Pomarch my job is to insure that we are doing the same thing all over the country and lend my …

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Oct 10

PICO FOCUSES ON RESTORATION OF RIGHTS FOR CITIZENS WITH FELONY CONVICTIONS

The Pensacola Chapter of People Improving Communities by Organizing United Florida or PICO United Florida held a workshop on Monday, October 7th, on the launch of an organizing campaign to remove the State of Florida’s civil rights ban on citizens with past felony convictions. Individuals returning to society from prison cannot vote, are restricted from …

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Oct 10

Young Golfer Has His Eyes on the Prize

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  Although Christian Heavens is young, he is not a novice when it comes to the game of golf.  “I’ve been playing since I was in diapers with my grandfather,” says Christian. “Ever since I can remember, I’ve had a golf club in my hands.  When I was seven months old, I got my first …

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Oct 03

Health Comes First at the Hope

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Zion Hope Primitive Baptist Church sponsored its Annual Hope Victory Walk and Health Expo Saturday morning beginning at 8am with a 5K Walk. There was free breakfast and lunch for all who participated and those who supported. Every year Zion Hope sponsors a Health Expo that comprises of free health screenings. With the first health …

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Oct 03

Wendell B Serenades the Ladies at Shelia’s Its Personal Gentlemen were invited

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Saturday evening the ladies of Pensacola had the opportunity to be swooned to by the one and only Wendell B. With his Barry White like sultry voice, Wendell B brought his melodious songs including Celebrate Your Day , This One’s For You and Stepping Out Tonight  to Shelia’s Its Personal to make it a special …

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Oct 03

Women and Weight Training: The Myth of the She Hulk

  By Ladonna Spivey Whenever I meet with a new client for the first time, we talk about their health history, their present state of diet and exercise, and their goals for the future.  As we begin to work on creating an exercise plan, one of the things I consider is the amount of equipment …

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Oct 03

The Pensacola Network Interviews Gulf Power’s Bentina Terry on the BP Oil Spill RESTORE Act

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Bentina Terry, Gulf Power’s Vice President of External Affairs and Corporate Services was interviewed by Robin Rashard of the Pensacola Network on last Friday, September 27th at DeVilliers Square located at the intersection of Belmont & DeVilliers Streets.   The focus of the interview was concerning the BP Oil Spill RESTORE Act as the highlight of …

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Sep 26

African Ball Brings Culture to the City

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  As ladies and gents entered the Knights of Columbus Hall Saturday night, one would not know bad weather existed as beautiful colors of African garb graced the building. Some dressed in original African attire, some dressed in animal print; all brought Africa back to Pensacola. A BYOB affair, the event was sponsored by the …

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Sep 26

Bikers Ride for Sickle-Cell

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  Bad weather did not stop the local bikers from coming together for a good cause.  The cause this time was Sickle Cell.  Approximately 100 bikers and their organizations met in from of the Sickle Cell Anemia Office Saturday morning to rider to raise money for the cause. Kevin Duncan, the Public Relations Person for …

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Sep 26

New Birth Baptist Church Celebrates 28 years of Appreciation of Rev. Floyd Peacock

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  Members, family and friends enjoy the culmination of celebration of Rev. Floyd and First Lady Johnnie Peacock’s 28th anniversary Sunday afternoon.  Beginning Thursday night, As members acknowledged the leadership and love for their pastor, the crowd agreed totally.  “We’ve got a pastor that won’t hesitate to tell you when you are wrong and when …

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