Sherry Digmon

New doc in town
Morning and afternoon receptions were held at Atmore Community Hospital Tuesday, April 25, to welcome Atmore’s newest physician – surgeon Heather Bright, D.O. Shown at the morning reception are, from left, Suzanne McGill, ACH Director of Nursing; the Rev. Al Williams, Escambia County Alabama Community Hospitals board member; Sherri Wall, Director of Surgery for Infirmary Health; Brian Bruley, Clinics Director.
Athletes enjoy Super Fun Day
As the athletes got off the buses and headed toward the gym, cheers went up. Volunteers lined the walkway and applauded and sometimes exchanged a high five with athletes. It was Friday morning, April 21, and excitement was high was athletes from the public schools in Escambia County gathered at Escambia County High School Cornell Torrence Gym for Super Fun Day (a special day for a special population of students).…
Council recognizes YMCA, Karrick
Monday’s, April 24, Atmore City Council meeting was a time of recognition for a local agency and an individual. Atmore Area YMCA CEO Paul Chason addressed the council to talk about Healthy Kids Day this Saturday. About 200 kids will be playing soccer that day. Chason said the event drew about 135 kids last year, and he expects more this year. Mayor Jim Staff read a proclamation designating Saturday, April…
Last PTO meeting?
Several months ago I made this note on my calendar for Monday, April 24: “ACM last PTO meeting.” ACM is, of course, A.C. Moore Elementary School. When I made that note, I was thinking the last PTO meeting of the school year. I didn’t realize at the time how prophetic that note might be. This could have been the last PTO program ever at A.C. Moore Elementary. If Superintendent of…
Bitter-sweet band concert
Escambia County High School Band Director Hayley Cockrell called the concert bitter-sweet. It was the spring concert, held Thursday evening, April 20. Bitter-sweet because this is the last concert of the year for this band. And bitter-sweet because 10 of her band members are seniors. The concert was excellent, and it’s obvious this is a close group of musicians. The range of music spanned classical to pop. Cockrell presented plaques…