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Habitat is a worldwide, grass-roots movement. There are more than 2,100 active affiliates in 100 countries, including all 50 states of the United States, the District of Columbia, Guam and Puerto Rico. Habitat is a grass-roots movement. Concerned citizens from all walks of life come together as volunteers to form a Habitat affiliate in their community. Fundraising, house construction, family selection and other key decisions are carried out by the local affiliates. HFHI headquarters, located in Americus, Ga., provides information, training, support and other services to Habitat affiliates worldwide.

The Hall of Fame Committee is a 501c3 corporation whose sole purpose is to recognize those student athletes, coaches and administrators who have contributed the most to Hurricane Athletics over the years. It places on record forever the names and achievements of the men and women who have brought National and International acclaim to their University through athletics and who, after graduation, have gone on to bring further credit to their school, their communities and themselves by the manner in which they have assumed their responsibilities as citizens.

The showcase for the Hall of Fame and repository of the great sports traditions of the University of Miami is the Tom Kearns Sports Hall of Fame Building, next door to the Hecht Athletic Center, 5821 San Amaro Drive, Coral Gables, Florida 33146.The Sports Hall of Fame, although affiliated with the University of Miami, is an independent Non-Profit Organization surviving on contributions and fund raising events such as its Annual Golf Classic, along with our Celebrity Fishing and Bowling tournaments. Tax deductible donations help us keep the Hall of Fame doors open free to the public.

The Coastal Conservation Association Florida (CCA Florida) is a statewide 501(c)(3) nonprofit marine organization working in an advocacy role to protect the state’s saltwater marine resources and the interests of saltwater recreational anglers. Comprised of 33 active chapters from Pensacola to the Keys, we support strong resource-based law enforcement, access to the resource for recreational fishing, and strong and fairly balanced fishery regulations to protect state and federal fish stocks. Each year chapters are added when conservation and sport fishing enthusiasts in local communities organize to play a more active part in conserving their marine resources and bring attention to marine conservation issues.

CCA has been active in virtually every national fisheries debate since 1984 and has participated productively in state and federal fisheries management issues for more than two decades. CCA continues to operate as a three-tiered organization, affecting issues on the local, state and national levels. CCA’s grassroots network and unique combination of membership, fundraising and advocacy have resulted in positive changes on all levels of coastal marine conservation and management. When called into action, the impact of CCA’s grassroots machine is unparalleled. Join CCA now at

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