Obituaries for week of June 23, 2019
Pauline “Polly” Frost Mrs. Pauline “Polly” Frost, age 92, of Atmore, Ala., passed away Tuesday, June 18, 2019. She was born in New Jersey to Paul and Melida Kasten and grew up in New Brunswick, N. J. She graduated from New Brunswick High School. Following graduation, Polly was employed by Johnson and Johnson and Maytag. She worked in Judy’s Dress Shop, office worker at Miller Disposal in Bedford, and Raytheon…
Exercise with a flair
The Silver Sneakers group at HealthActions decided to jazz up their session Friday, June 14, with a luau. Shown are participants, from left, front, Ilene Niedergraffet, Thelma Grant, Kay Wagner, Teresa Scott, Linda Bumann, Kay Mason, Dr. Cindy Worrell-White, Marlene Forrester, Willie Ruth Knott, Brenda Tomas, Ken Tomas, Hazel Higdon; back, Margaret Lambeth, Ann Amerson, Judy Rathsack, Linda Nyce, Ruby White, Diane Sayler, Linda Mills, Anthony Wilson, Cynthia Williams, Donna…
Canine cutups
On Michelle Harrell’s command, Tallulah, one of the co-stars of Michelle’s Magical Poodles, rolls a cylinder during the June 14 session of Atmore Public Library’s summer reading program. Between 75 and 100 youngsters and adults enjoyed the popular canine troupe — which also included Apollo, Emilio and Sevyn — as the four jumped through hoops, danced, pushed one another in a pedal car and more. This week’s show, Friday, June…
Precious puppy alert!
Adorable Rolo is a 3-month-old female hound mix. Rolo is good with kids and other animals and she loves playing outside. If you are looking for an awesome friend to play with in the yard, Rolo is your girl! She is up to date on vaccinations and available for adoption with a $100 adoption fee, which includes spay. Please make plans to come meet Rolo Monday through Friday from 7:30…
Red Cross announces training schedule for Escambia County
Special to Atmore News Hurricane season kicked off June 1. After two consecutive years of devastating hurricanes across the U.S. and its territories, the Red Cross is working to maintain preparedness. Last year alone, Hurricanes Florence and Michael caused damage totaling almost $50 billion – and Florence now ranks ninth among the most destructive hurricanes to hit the United States. While large disasters like hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, and wildfires typically…