Sherry Digmon

Celebrity waiters make a splash
David’s Catfish was packed out Monday evening as the owners gave First National Bank & Trust the restaurant for the annual Celebrity Waiter event. This year’s fare included crawfish, shrimp, corn, potatoes and sausage. Proceeds benefited the Atmore Splash Pad. Waiters were Angela Leachman, Taylor Helion Lee, Natalie Rodgers, Brandon Smith, Mike Stacey, Mayor Jim Staff, Lisa Swift, Nancy Williams and Haley Huskey, Amanda and Shawn Rounsavall. At the end…
Hi5 Friday at RPES
The Atmore Area Chamber of Commerce started a new initiative Friday, April 13 – Hi5 Friday. The Chamber board invited everyone to be at Rachel Patterson Elementary School that morning at 7 to welcome students, staff and teachers. According to the Chamber press release by Executive Director Emily Harp, the purpose of Hi5 Friday is to start the day with positivity and energy. The goal is to create a magical…
National Day of Prayer only 2 weeks away
The local National Day of Prayer Committee has met weekly for more than a month in preparation for this year’s local event to be held Thursday, May 3. The theme is Ephesians 4:3 – Making every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace. The day will include Praying On Site with Insight at 10 a.m. at the Veterans Memorial and Atmore City Hall. At…
Parker comes home for a book signing
When a successful person remembers where they came from and they come back, it’s a good time for everybody – former teachers, classmates, old friends and new. Such was the case Friday, April 13, when Dr. Woodrow “Max” Parker returned to Atmore to hold a book signing at First National Bank & Trust. From the time he sat down at 10 a.m. to sign his first book until he finished…
Safety in our churches
It’s another of those times when I think, “Why are we even having this conversation?” But there we were – sitting in the Escambia County High School auditorium, listening to deputies tell us how to be safe in church. In church. Fact is, no institution, no building, no group of people – no place, no one is safe now. Not even our churches. Chief Deputy Mike Lambert, Deputy Bill Green,…