Obituaries for week of August 4, 2019
James Edward Mosley Mr. James Edward Mosley, age 84, of Atmore, Ala., passed away Monday July 29, 2019 at his residence. He worked for Container Corporation, owned and operated Mosley’s Fairview Texaco gas station and was a farmer. He was born in Lottie, Ala. to the late Thomas Calvin “Arant” and Janie King Mosley. He was a member of the Lottie United Methodist Church. He was preceded in death by…
Got a home for Nora?
Beautiful Nora is a 3 1/2-year-old Lab mix female who loves to play fetch and knows some basic commands. If you have a big yard for Nora to run around in, that would be awesome, as she loves to play! Nora is up to date on vaccinations and available for adoption with a $100 adoption fee, which includes spay. Please make plans to come meet Nora Monday through Friday from…
Unity festival serves families
News Staff Report While attendance may have been lower this year, the spirit of the Unity in the Community Festival was not diminished. Organizer Ruth Robinson said uniforms and school supplies were given to 221 children from more than 100 different families. “It was great to see the community come together and support our children.,” Robinson said. “We had a great, fun-filled day that wouldn’t have been possible without all…
ACF awards grant to Unity festival
News Staff Report In the latest grant cycle, Atmore Community Foundation presented a grant award to the Unity in the Community Festival. The $750 award has been matched by United Bank’s Charitable Foundation and by Community Foundation of South Alabama, bringing the amount to $2,250. ACF’s presentation was made at the beginning of Unity in the Community festivities Saturday, July 27, at Grace Fellowship. Taking part in the presentation were…
Scholarship. Leadership. Talent.
By SHERRY DIGMON News Publisher Nine young ladies participated in the Distinguished Young Women program Saturday, July 27, in Brewton. Only one young lady from Atmore participated. Jada Johnson, Escambia County High School, represented her school and town with grace and poise. The ladies competed in five categories – scholastics (25 percent), interview (25 percent), talent (20 percent), fitness (15 percent), and self-expression (15 percent). But there is no pageant…