Sherry Digmon

Show time!
The Greater Escambia Council for the Arts is presenting Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs of the Black Forest this week. Sherrie Hursh and her daughter Dana Landis are directing the two casts – both are complete children’s casts, with a total of 36 kids, ages 7 to 18. The purple cast will perform Thursday and Saturday, the orange cast on Friday and Sunday. In addition, they are performing 12…
We Care Program named Business of the Month
The Atmore Area Chamber of Commerce named We Care Program as the February Business of the Month. Chamber board members and Chamber Ambassadors joined employees at the presentation Wednesday, February 8, at the office on Highway 21. Shown are, from left, Eli Godwin, Paolo Gorme, David Dobson, Ariel Whatley, David Weber; back, Mallorie Beachy, Julie Gehman, Emma Bender, James Smoker, Ben Nolt, Stan Schrock, Tristan Hershey, Andrew Wengerd, Don Metzler,…
Atmore native appointed state AG
Governor Robert Bentley announced on Friday, February 10, the appointment of Steven Marshall, former Marshall County District Attorney, as the new Alabama Attorney General. Marshall will fill the vacancy left by Luther Strange upon his appointment to the Unites States Senate. Marshall, who was born in Atmore, is the nephew of Atmore resident Nancy Everette Helton. His parents, now deceased, were Conrad “Shine” and Mary Jo Everette Marshall. The Marshall…
Friends of Education donates to choir
Several members of Friends of Education gathered at Escambia County Middle School Wednesday, February 1, to present a check to Conrad Weber. You would have to be hiding under a rock not to know that Weber is the choir director at Escambia County Middle School and Escambia County High School. And you’d have to be under that rock not to know that several members of the choir are going to…
ECMS students going to All-State Choral Festival
Note the photo and article above about Friends of Education’s donation to the Escambia County Middle and High School choirs. The funds will be used to buy formal wear, which the students will in turn “rent” from the school. It’s always nice to put faces with an article, so here are four young ladies who will be among the first to benefit from the most recent donations. These middle school…