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The Potrero View profiles the multi-generational legacy of civic advocacy in Potrero Hill, focusing on Enola D. "Miz" Maxwell, Sophie Maxwell, and Edward Hatter, highlighting their contributions to community development, activism, and political engagement spanning from the mid-20th century to the early 21st century.

Axios writes about how the Nabe secured a $25,000 grant from Amazon to establish a STEAM education program for underserved children, which aims to provide essential tech skills and support, with plans for expansion and hopes for additional contributions from tech companies.

Amid dust, asbestos exposures, Potrero Hill residents want developer to do more

Mission Local reports on Edward Hatter, executive director of the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, advocating for increased resources and notification from developers amid concerns about asbestos and construction dust exposure in the Potrero Hill community.

The Potrero Hill Neighborhood House (The NABE) joins San Francisco Neighborhood Centers Together (SFNCT), expanding the network's reach to 8 centers, and bringing over a century of community service history and a focus on youth education and empowerment to enrich the collective mission of providing relief and support during COVID-19 and beyond.

The San Francisco Housing Development Corporation (SFHDC) selected Executive Director Edward Hatter as their "Everyday Hero" for Sepember 2021. Follow the link to learn about Edward's engagement in various advisory boards and initiatives aimed at serving and empowering the community, including innovative STEM programs amidst COVID-19 challenges.

SeniorBeat magazine profiled Edward Hatter, Executive Director of the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House in 2020. He reflects on his 16 years of service, the challenges posed by COVID-19, and his continued commitment to social justice and improving the lives of Potrero Hill residents amidst the neighborhood's evolving landscape.

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