Companion dog another ‘life-changer’ for disabled veteran
Beth Wiggins recognizes the 2015 incident that landed her in a Mobile hospital, cost her both her legs and forced her to spend lengthy periods in two different rehabilitation facilities as a life-changing event. Last Saturday, May 13, she experienced another life-changing event. Wiggins, a Canoe resident who served two tours of duty before receiving an honorable discharge from the Marines as a corporal in 1999, was the recipient of…
Thomas, Wilson wed
Zackary Thomas and Kerri Wilson of Atmore, Ala. exchanged wedding vows May 10, 2017 in Century, Fla. Kerri is the daughter of Donna and David Fitzpatrick of Goodway, Ala. and Richard Everette of Atmore. The bride’s grandparents are Dorothy Smith and the late Ray O. Smith of Goodway and Carolyn and Alfred Nall of Excel, Ala. and the late Grover Everette of Atmore. Zack is the son of Allen and…
What’s going on at the library?
Atmore Public Library Director Hope Lassiter says the library has a fun-filled summer planned. The Summer Reading Program kicks off Friday, June 2, and continues every Friday in June at 10 a.m. June 2 – Poodle Show June 9 – Wild West Rope Show June 16 – Magician June 23 – Atmore Fire Department June 30 – Portable Petting Zoo The library will have a book fair June 12 through…
Wagons ho!
Ms. Michael Findley’s second grade class at Escambia Academy studied about the early days of our country. One of their projects was to construct a covered wagon. Shown above, girls display their covered wagons, from left, Kate Davis, Macie McGhee, Bradleigh Stinson, Ivey Donaldson, Annberly Dunn and Hallie Emmons. Below, from left, the boys show their projects, AJ Hollinger, Asher Covington, Grant Sasser, Will Strawbridge, Chap Thompson, Warner Maxwell and…