Obituaries, week of March 22,2020
Glenna Sue Amos Beck Mrs. Glenna Sue Amos Beck, age 76, of Atmore, Ala., passed away Tuesday, March 17, 2020. Sue was born in Davisville, Fla. to William O. and Mellie Franklin Amos. She was a resident in Davisville until moving to Atmore in 2017. She attended Davisville Elementary School and graduated from Ernest Ward High School. She was retired from the First National Bank & Trust in Atmore after…
Lions host golf tourney
Special to Atmore News The Atmore Lions Club held their major fund raiser of the year on Thursday, March 12, when they sponsored the annual Atmore Lions Club Golf Tournament. Eight teams competed at the Atmore Country Club for prizes and bragging rights. For the first time in memory, there was a tie for first place between Baldwin Pest Control and PHD Realty, both sporting a score of 57. Right…
4-H growing Alabama’s future
By BRITTNEY KIMBER Special to Atmore News AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – The numbers prove it. Alabama 4-H is helping members become healthy, caring and responsible young people in their homes and communities. With current enrollment at 161,937 with 3,346 clubs, the impact of 4-H is felt continually across the state. “It is through the hard work of our agents and volunteers in the field that we can achieve great results…
Puttin’ on a show
By SHERRY DIGMON News Publisher The Escambia County 4-H & FFA Calf Show & Sale was held Thursday, March 5, at Perdido Farms at Poarch. These young people have been working with their animals for months, preparing for the show and for the sale later in the evening. Exhibitors participated in the following categories: Senior Showmanship Class – Jason Davis, Isaac Bonam, Jacelyn Chunn, Mia Morris, Rowdy Rutherford, Trayce Sells,…