Pensacola, Florida
Monday August 20th 2018


Winners & Losers 7/13/17

The Blue Angels Foundation
The foundation recently announced a $40,000 donation to Pathways for Change’s home for female veterans. Pathways will house up to 12 veterans and provide counseling, addiction treatment, job training and other services for more female veterans. The Blue Angels Foundation is the charitable arm of the Blue Angels Association, an organization of former Navy and Marine Corps pilots who have flown with the Pensacola Naval Air Station-based Blue Angels.

C.A. Weis Elementary
The Community Partnership School advanced from an F rating to a C rating in just one year.  Last year, Weis was one of 11 elementary schools in Escambia County rated a D or lower.
The first of its kind in the Panhandle, the school is a long-term commitment among Children’s Home Society of Florida, the University of West Florida and Escambia Community Clinics and Escambia County School District to help students overcome significant barriers to learning, from access to health care to economic instability.

First Tee of Northwest Florida
The First Tee of Northwest Florida is sending Ty Aulger and Nicholas Dimitroff to compete in the 2017 PURE Insurance Championship, an official PGA TOUR Champions event in Pebble Beach, Calif. Aulger and Dimitroff will join 80 other participants from The First Tee chapters, selected based on playing ability and comprehension of the life skills and core values learned through their involvement with The First Tee.

Pages: 1 2