Mar 26 11:30 am - TBA
We’ve all heard the stories. We’ve read the papers. Watched the TV news. Heard rumors from our friends and neighbors. But most of us weren’t actually there in person to see any of the devastating effects of the Gulf Oil Spill on our environment, economy and our lives. David Mattingly was there. He was there when the first oil washed up on our beaches. He was there to witness the clean-up efforts. He was there for the heartbreak, the pain, the sense of loss – the emotions we all felt as we watched our lives being changed forever. Join us to hear his story on March 26 at 11:30 a.m.
Rachael Cox is the marketing and communications director for United Way of Escambia County. A Pensacola native, Cox returned to our community after graduating from the University of Florida in 2008 with a bachelor of science degree in journalism. She served as the assistant communications director and volunteer services manager for Pensacola Habitat for Humanity, and later joined the United Way team in 2011. In addition to her role as secretary of FPRA Pensacola, Co... Read More About Rachael Cox
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