CACC releases honors lists
Coastal Alabama Community College’s Brewton and Atmore campuses have released the President’s List and Dean’s List for the Spring 2017 semester. President’s List Requirements for inclusion on the President’s List are a semester grade point average of 4.0 and completion of a minimum semester course load of 12 semester credit hours of college-level work. Atmore students named to this list are as follows: Madelyn Boatwright, Jerame Conn, Jessica Glick, Caleb…
Nursing students graduate at CACC
The Woodfin Patterson Auditorium in Brewton was the setting on May 9 for a Nursing Pinning Ceremony for 28 graduates of the Nursing Program at Coastal Alabama Community College. Graduates represented the Standard Track Nursing Program (RN) and the Career Mobile Track Nursing Program (LPN to RN). Special honorees for the RN Program were Valedictorian Samantha Taylor and Salutatorian Shelby Thomas. For the LPN Program, special honorees were Valedictorian Susan…
Volunteers needed for Atmore Habitat project
Escambia County Habitat for Humanity is making plans for demo work on a home renovation planned in Atmore. With extensive remodeling planned for the Craig Street home, volunteers are needed to help gut the house in preparation for renovations. If you are interested in volunteering for this project, please contact the Escambia County Habitat for Humanity to discuss guidelines and requirements for volunteers. All volunteers will need to be at…
Food scores released
The following Escambia County food / lodging establishment ratings were released by the Alabama Department of Public Health for May. Ratings are ranked by score, low to high. FSE = Food Service Establishment Subway # 18898 (F), Flomaton Blvd., Flomaton, 84, FSE Jalisco Mexican Restaurant, Atmore, 86, FSE Lil Angels Infants and Toddlers, Medical Park Drive, Atmore, 88, daycare food service Sweet Treats Boutique, Atmore, 89, FSE McDonalds, Hwy. 113,…
Change of command for LTC Jackson
Having served his country 21 years, Lieutenant Colonel Gerry L. Jackson, 352nd Sustainment Support Battalion, relinquished his command in a Change of Command Ceremony March 18, in Macon, Georgia. LTC Jackson was born in Atmore and graduated from Escambia County High School in 1988. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Marketing from Alabama A&M University in 1993. In 1998, he received his Masters of Forestry Degree in Forest…