Alabama Senator Greg Albritton delivered a check to the Escambia County Board of Education for $12,000 Tuesday, September 12. The donation is from discretionary funds. Shown at the presentation are, from left, Superintendent John Knott, Senator Greg Albritton, and Assistant Superintendent Beth Drew.
Huxford Elementary School held Heroes Day Friday, September 15. All area first responders were invited for lunch and goodies. Escambia County Board of Education member Mike Edwards also attended. Shown with Escambia County Sheriff’s Deputy Greg Forbes are students TyKenya Ashcraft, left, and Autumn Rolin, right. News photo by Leigh Ann Rowland
Harris Street A.O.H. Church of God will be in revival Wednesday through Friday, September 20-22, 7 p.m., nightly. Bishop Gregory Canon, pastor of Rice Temple A.O.H. Church of God, Montgomery, is the guest evangelist. Harris Street A.O.H. Pastor Overseer Shawon Salter and First Lady Minister Nerissa Salter invite all to attend. The church is located at 124 Harris Street, Atmore.
The following Escambia County food / lodging establishment ratings were released by the Alabama Department of Public Health for August. Ratings are ranked by score, low to high. FSE = Food Service Establishment Alabama Wing House, Atmore, 81, FSE Subway #26660, Hwy. 113, Brewton, 87, FSE George’s Old Time BBQ, Brewton, 90, FSE Buster’s Restaurant, Atmore, 90, FSE Mark’s, Brewton, 90, FSE Mom’s Soul Food To Go, Atmore, 90, FSE…
Charlotte Boyle was guest speaker at the Huxford SAIL Center Monday, September 18. She spoke on issues and resolutions that will be introduced into the Silver- Haired Legislature during the November session to be held in Montgomery. Shown are some of the SAIL Center folks in attendance, seated, MacArthur Davis; standing, from left, Charlotte Boyle, Regina Gohagan, Boots Reed, Lanetta Kent, Nancy Davis.