Making a difference on a field trip
By SHERRY DIGMON News Staff Writer It was a different kind of field trip for some students. Friday, May 4, a group of Escambia County Middle School students arrived at Atmore Nursing Center to entertain and play games with residents. They also presented them with gifts. The field trip was sponsored by ECMS Peer Helpers, National Junior Honor Society, Future Business Leaders of America, Technology Students Association and the ECMS…
UA county alumni will host Eli Gold
Special to Atmore News Eli Gold, the voice of the Crimson Tide Radio Network, will be the keynote speaker for the Escambia County, Alabama Chapter of The University of Alabama Alumni Association announces that 2018 spring scholarship banquet that benefits students from Escambia County. “In addition to graduates/alumni of UA, we also cordially invite friends of The University to be a member of our local chapter and join us for…
Yoders to share Sierra Leone experiences
Raising funds for OB facilities there Special to Atmore News Dr. Jon and Mrs. Heleen Yoder are currently serving a two-year term of service in Sierra Leone, West Africa, where Dr. Yoder is serving as a physician at the Mattru Hospital and Heleen is working with the psychosocial unit helping children at risk. Maternal and infant mortality are high in Sierra Leone, especially in the district where they are working.…