Collecting shoeboxes
News Staff Report The first day of collection for this year’s Operation Christmas Child was held Monday afternoon, November 18. The local team was at Grace Fellowship and received almost 400 shoeboxes. If you haven’t filled a shoebox but still want to, you’ve got time. There are a number of days and times scheduled: Wednesday, Nov. 20, 1-4 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21, 1-3 p.m. Friday, Nov. 22, 1-3 p.m. Saturday,…
In the honor band
Fifteen Escambia County High School band members were accepted to the University of South Alabama Marching Honor Band Saturday, November 16. Thirteen of the students were able to attending. Shown are, from left, front, Madison Simmons, Shakur Simmons, Nakieyah Robinson and Jamarcus Leslie; back, Vykeidra Williams, Tyequan Valcourt, Elizabeth Thames, Nyla Graves, Tristan Ford, Jaelon Wilson, Jonathan Johnson and Darron Nichols. Not pictured is Ray Williams who was still playing…
Students inducted
Twenty-one Escambia County Middle School students were inducted into the National Junior Honor Society during a ceremony Friday, November 15. New members are, in alphabetical order, Enaf Almatari, MaKayla Baldwin, Haiden Baxley, Ayana Brown, Tenya Brown, Dylan Boyington, Chloe Dawson, Kyleigh Everette, Jada Haynes, Keshawna Hill, Charlino Johnson, La’Niya King, Paul Martin, Anyia McCants, Iyriel Munlyn, Jacob Page, Ashley Parra, Brandon Rhodes, Destiny Tamez, Allyana Tucker, Ariyana Young. Current members…
ACH signage gets facelift
Special to Atmore News As part of its ongoing transition, Atmore Community Hospital (ACH) has completed a sign project to reflect its new branding. All campus exterior signage now features a new systemwide design that will be utilized in all marketing aspects going forward. “Atmore Community Hospital is ready to start a new journey and what a better way to start than to update our exterior signage so everyone can…