JULY 31, 2010 - A look back at events of this past week, here in Pensacola, Florida. Monday I seen an electrician standing on the corner of Fairfield and Mobile Hwy looking for work, or any type of donation. He even had his tool belt with him, and business cards.
Then on Thursday, I seen a Priest (of all people) standing at the intersection of Beverly Parkway and W Street, with a sign saying, "Feed the Poor." I stopped and dropped a small donation and spoke with him. After a quick interview with Father Nathan Monk, I did a little digging to verify he was who he said he was, and discovered the the reverend had threatened to sleep outside, during freezing temps, this past January, if adequate shelter was not provided for all, not just some of the homeless.
Friday morning on my way to work, I ran into a Habitat for Humanity crew working on a new home ar
Tags: Pensacola, Florida, Poverty, Skilled Labor, Priest, Donations, Economy, BP, Workers, Paid, Payroll, Panhandling, Community, Volunteer, Habitat for Humanity, Support, Homeless, Shelter, Milton, FL
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