Garcia lands lead in Macbeth
Special to Atmore News Monica Garcia, a senior at the University of West Georgia, was selected for the leading role as Macbeth in the stage play Macbeth by William Shakespeare. She is the daughter of Robert and Vanessa Coker Garcia of Dacula, Georgia. She is the granddaughter of Patricia Knott Coker Kidd of Atmore and the late George N. Coker Sr. of Burnt Corn, Alabama. She is also the granddaughter…
EWMS students place in science fair
Special to Atmore News Ernest Ward Middle School seventh-graders Kelsey Boykin and Judson Lee placed in the 2019 Annual West Panhandle Regional Science & Engineering Fair at UWF. The students had to create individual science fair boards and give interview presentations. Kelsey Boykin – In Chemistry, she took first place, Overall, Junior Division. Kelsey received Dr. B.H. Daughdrill, Special Award ($50 cash and Certificate); Dr. John P. Riehm Memorial, Special…
Lions hear about Camp Seale Harris
By NANCY KARRICK Special to Atmore News The Atmore Lions Club met Wednesday, February 6, at Atmore Community Hospital. After dining on fried chicken, members listened to Judd Coley’s guest, Maria Martin, as she told about the life of a diabetic child after he/she leaves Camp Seale Harris. The camp serves to build a bridge between camp and home, giving campers life skills to use when they leave camp and…
YLA visits CACC
By ANNA RUTH SMITH Special to Atmore News After visiting the Coastal Alabama Community College in Atmore, the YLA [Youth Leadership Atmore] class traveled to visit the Coastal Alabama Community College campus in Bay Minette. This was an incredible experience for the students to be able to see a college in action. The students were able to visit the admissions office and meet Diana McCullough, a college counselor. Mrs. McCullough…
New ECHS baseball coach hopes to turn program around
By JOSH FRYE News Sports Writer With a new year comes change, and that is what new ECHS baseball coach Kasuan Bullard is hoping to bring to the Blue Devil baseball team this season. “Last year the Blue Devil baseball team was only able to capture one win,” Bullard said. “I am hoping to help turn that around this season.” Bullard, a Mobile native, grew up walking the halls of…