Voncile Stallworth honored
Mrs. Voncile Stallworth was the recipient of The Bethlehem District Association #2 Service Award, presented on October 19, by the Moderator Reverend Danny Benjamin. This award, which was presented during the 148th Annual Session, represented Mrs. Stallworth’s outstanding and lasting contribution of more than 40 years of service as an instructor of the District Department of Ushers and The District Department of The Christian Home. Accompanying Mrs. Stallworth to the…
Benefit set for Respresses
On October 1, Tyler and Ashley Respress were involved in a terrible vehicle accident in Walnut Hill. They sustained long-lasting injuries. Cowgirls 4 Community is holding a barrel race and benefit to raise funds for them. The event will take place Sunday, November 12, Carol Hodgeson Covered Arena in Bay Minette. Cowboy Church will start things off at 10 a.m., with exhibitions, grand entry, Pee Wee (8 and under) from…
Feeding the community
Coastal Alabama Warhawk Softball and Student Support Services are coming together to “Strike Out Hunger” in the local area. They want your help. From now through Thursday, November 9, bring your unexpired canned goods or non-perishable food to the Atmore or Brewton campus. All food will be donated to local food banks. Collection bins will be in the Administration Building on the Atmore campus and in the Student Center and…
YMCA GECA haunted house
The YMCA and Greater Escambia Council for the Arts haunted house was a hit again this year. The house was open Thursday through Saturday nights and Monday night. “Tour guide” Sharon Poulsen escorted visitors through the Asylum of the Dead. She’s shown with the White family – Brayson, Addison and Daniel – as they prepare to enter.  
CPC, Peer Helpers team up for Red Ribbon
Escambia County High School Peer Helpers, with the assistance of the Children’s Policy Council facilitated a number of Red Ribbon activities for fellow students Monday, October 23. Drivers of a pedal-operated vehicle were given goggles (one pair that simulated being impaired due to alcohol, another marijuana) to wear as they drove around and between cones which represented people or objects. Other students tried to walk a straight line. No problem…