Community

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.
Show to benefit GSHS band – Band recovering after parade tragedy
A musical benefit for the Gulf Shores High School marching band will be held Friday, April 28, at 6:30 p.m., in the South Campus auditorium of Gulf Shores United Methodist Church in the Winn Dixie plaza, Route 59, Gulf Shores. Tickets at $10 per person are now available at Ribs and Reds, Gulf Shores UMC, the Gulf Shores High School office or at the door. Sponsored by Ribs and Reds…
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).…
Music on Main
Aiden Nelson, 6, dances as Ricky Crook and Steve Johnston play during the Saturday, April 22, debut of Atmore Area Chamber of Commerce’s Music on Main, held in the alleyway in the 100-block of Main Street. The youngster was accompanied by his grandmother, Staci Hadley. Chamber President Chris Singleton said the three-hour musical performances, sponsored by Wind Creek Casino & Hotel, United Bank and First National Bank & Trust, will…