Karrick honored at Lions Club
At the Wednesday, March 7 meeting of the Lions Club, Nancy Karrick received the Gold Centennial Lion pin for recruiting and retaining members during a special membership recruitment drive for the 100th anniversary of Lions. Guest speaker at the meeting was Justin Stabler, PCI Policy Analyst, who spoke at length about how Gaming, CIE and PCI tribal leadership have realized a concerted effort of diversifying outside the local gaming industry.…
Greater Mount Triumph MBC holding anniversary, revival
Pastor Willie Hawthorne, officers, and members of Greater Mount Triumph Missionary Baptist Church cordially invite all to worship with them as they celebrate the 131st year birthday of their church. They also invite you to worship with them during their Annual Spring Revival. The church anniversary will begin Friday, March 16, at 7 p.m., with the Reverend Henry Hawkins, Pastor of Damascus Missionary Baptist Church, Flomaton, and Mayor of Century,…
ECMS student reaches math goal of 100
Escambia County Middle School fourth-grader Amarion Lemon has been working diligently since September to reach a math goal of 100 on his Imagine Learning Math lessons. ECMS uses a software program called Imagine Learning: Think Through Math. Amarion finally reached his goal of 100, on March 2. On March 5, Amarion received a medal and a ribbon for being the first student at ECMS to reach the 100 club. He ranks fourth…
Playing like a Lady Tiger – Lanham honored for leadership, athletics
Lillie Lanham is in the spotlight. The following is from the City of Bay Minette Facebook page: Lillie Lanham is the real deal. This Perdido School eighth-grader has been a part of the 1A County Championship teams in volleyball and basketball and also plays for the school’s soccer team. Her skills on the court resulted in All-Tournament honors in volleyball and the MVP award for basketball. Lillie is also a…
Milliken accepted to JSU
Sara Milliken of Atmore has been accepted for admission into Jacksonville State University in Jacksonville, Ala. Milliken joins more than 2,600 students admitted into the Fall 2018 freshman class. Founded in 1883 as a state teachers college, Jacksonville State University has grown into the Alabama regional university with the highest percentage of accredited programs. JSU is located in the Appalachian foothills midway between Birmingham and Atlanta.