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IMPACT 100 grant saving lives PNJ Article

Published in Pensacola News Journal, Guest View Point by BJ Dunson who is Marine Operations commander with Escambia Search And Rescue on 4/19/2017. Escambia Search And Rescue has received funding from Impact 100 grants that have bought us many great pieces of equipment and technological advances. Each one makes us...
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Deadline nearing to join Impact (PNJ)

Published in Pensacola News Journal ( Troy Moon February 26, 2017. The deadline for joining Impact 100 Pensacola Bay Area is March 1. Ladies, if you’re on the fence about joining the women-only philanthropic group and wondering just how much impact IMPACT packs, consider….    

Viewpoint: IMPACT 100 has made a difference (PNJ)

Published in Pensacola News Journal ( Stacey Kostevicki 11:24 a.m. CST February 13, 2016 (Photo: PNJ archive) We are in the middle of membership season for the IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area; the largest IMPACT 100 group IN THE WORLD! As we do in Pensacola, sometimes we are too quiet...
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Florida’s 2nd community school in Pensacola (PNJ)

Florida’s 2nd community school in Pensacola Thomas St. Myer, 6:38 p.m. CST January 7, 2016 Escambia County School District official dedicated its first community school at C.A. Weis Elementary School Thursday morning Jan. 7, 2016. Weis is the second school of its type in the state. (Photo: Tony Giberson/
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Weis celebrating community school transformation

Some services will be offered this January at the C.A. Weis Community School. Mentoring, after-school programs, continuing education and health services to students, their families, the school’s faculty and staff are among the services that may be offered. Pictured is C.A. Weis Principal Holly Magee.(Photo: Ben Twingley/ Photo C.A. Weis...
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IMPACT 100 grant will revamp vets park (PNJ)

Marketta Davis, 9:24 p.m. CDT October 20, 2015 Since the devastating April 2014 floods that left a great deal of Pensacola underwater, Veterans Memorial Park has endured flooding issues with every heavy rainfall. But since being named one of IMPACT 100’s community enrichment project grant recipients, the park will...
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Imogene Theatre comes back to life

By Kaycee Lagarde, The Imogene Theatre may be more than 100 years old, but its life is far from over. Tucked in the heart of downtown Milton, the charming brick building is a slice of Santa Rosa County’s history, once home to vaudeville shows, silent films, opera and...
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