ACH Auxiliary offers scholarships
Atmore Community Hospital Auxiliary is offering scholarships to individuals pursuing studies in a medical related field. Students must be currently enrolled in a healthcare program and must have completed at least one year at an accredited school. Graduate students will also be considered. Previous applicants may re-apply. Students must live in the Atmore geographic area. Applications may be picked up at Atmore Community Hospital Gift Shop or online infirmaryhealth.org/hospitals/atmore-community-hospital. The…
Davis receives top honor
News Staff Report Atmore Lions Club member and Past President Patty Helton Davis has received one of the club’s top honors – the International President’s Award. She was nominated by District Governor Claudia Wigglesworth, Alabama Lions District 34C, not only for her work with the Atmore club but also with the Flomaton club. The presentation was made Tuesday, June 12, at a Flomaton Lions Club meeting. The following is taken…
We Are Family teams up with GIVE 65
By SHERRY DIGMON News Staff Writer We Are Family Home Care of Atmore is one of two organizations in the state chosen to participate in the GIVE65 Event, the nation’s first and only online giving event focused on nonprofit programs and services that benefit senior citizens. At a meeting Thursday morning, June 14, We Are Family’s founder Patricia Cross talked about the organization and what this partnership could mean to…
Kids enjoy rootin’, tootin’ cowboy show at library
By DON FLETCHER News Staff Writer A week after being dazzled by a troupe of performing poodles, participants in the Atmore Public Library’s Summer Reading Program got a glimpse of what life was like in the days when cowboys drove huge herds of cattle across the plains of the U.S. West. More than 80 youngsters and about two dozen adult chaperones heard stories, songs and poems of the Wild West…
GSUMC to present patriotic concert
Special to Atmore News “Testament of Freedom,” featuring the words of Thomas Jefferson, will be a highlight at the annual Patriotic concert by the Chancel Choir of Gulf Shores United Methodist Church in the church sanctuary on Sunday, July 1, at 7 p.m. The concert program will also feature a number of favorite patriotic melodies as well as solos by popular local singers including Marsha Guyer, Janis Ray and Cody…