Community

Beekeeping workshop set
Since bees are fast becoming an endangered species, “Keeping Our Bees Alive” takes on added importance for the North Escambia Beekeepers Association’s Annual Honey Bee Workshop. Aimed at helping prospective and experienced beekeepers succeed, the event will be held Saturday, February 25, from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Molino Community Complex, 6450 Highway 95-A North, Molino. Considered to be one of the most successful beekeepers in this region, Shelby…
Atmore Youth Baseball begins 62nd season
Atmore Cal Ripken and Atmore t-ball sign-up times are as follows: * Weekdays – 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. – Murray Johnson Office, 105 E. Louisville Ave. * Saturdays – 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. – Atmore City Hall Auditorium Ages: * 4-6: t-ball – fee $30 * 7-8: pitching machine – fee $30 * 9-10: minors, and 11-12: major 70 League – fee $40 Questions: Call or text 251-294-1128…
Parading in Repton
Repton Mayor Terri Carter says, “Let the good times roll in historic downtown Repton!” The TACKY Gras (not Mardi Gras) Parade will be held this Saturday, February 25, 11 a.m. There will be a $100 prize for Best and Most Original Float. But if you don’t have a float, not a problem. Carter encourages you to “be creative with household items, grab some throws and join us!” The Kings Ball…
Legion frying up some fish
American Legion Post 90 is having a fish fry Saturday, March 4, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Legion Hall, corner of Church and Main. But this is more than a fish fry. They’ll also have a craft fair with local vendors. Catfish plate is $7 with three pieces of fish, beans, Coleslaw, and a hushpuppy. Drinks will be available for $1. Come by and get some good…
Looking for DTV?
If you’ve had a hard time finding Destiny Television on your Mediacom station line-up, read on. You may find Destiny Television, a ministry of Cross Point Baptist Church in Atmore, on a different channel. Pastor J.T. Guyton said folks started asking him about DTV and why they could no longer get it. When he checked, he found that some tuners and new televisions were not picking up Mediacom’s channel 6…