Atmore News travels
Elegant Ladies of Essence attended a retreat in Panama City, Florida recently – and they took Atmore News with them. Show are, from left, front, Sandra McPherson, treasurer; Bonnie Johnson, secretary; Margaret Pace, holding Atmore News; back, Shirley Longmire, assistant treasurer; Angelia Knight, assistant secretary; Pam Jackson; Deborah Bishop; Judy McGlon; Pat Mason; Mechelle Forney, vice president; Betty Holly, president.
Tedders benefit car show is Saturday
The public is invited to not only view an anticipated two dozen or more race cars, classic cars or trucks, and partially restored “Rat Rods” that will be on the lot at 108 North Carney Street on Saturday, but to help choose which three of those vehicles will take home top honors. The second Tedders Auto Repair Car Show, proceeds from which will be used for buying toys and gifts…
First day of school and an eclipse! Big day for Perdido Elementary/Middle School
By GERRI MCDONALD Special to Atmore News WOW! What an amazing first day of school for students at Perdido Elementary / Middle School Monday, August 21. Not only was it the first day back for students, but they could view (third through eighth grades) the solar eclipse. Throughout the day teachers had lessons and activities that related to the phenomenon – a first for the students. Even the faculty and staff got in…
EA wins season opener
The Escambia Academy Cougars faced two opponents in the season opener Friday night, August 18 – the flu and Abbeville Christian Academy. Several players were out sick last week and were able to practice only on Thursday. The Cougars apparently triumphed over both opponents, beating Abbeville 39 to 18. Shown, EA’s Derrick Mueller (50) leads the way as Patrick McGhee (8) heads around right end against Abbeville Christian. News photo…