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Cub Scouts hold Pinewood Derby
Cub Scout Pack 275 held their 17th annual Pinewood Derby Saturday, January 28, in the First United Methodist Church fellowship hall. Scout Zander Crawford served as emcee of the event. Participating in the derby were the following Scouts and adults: Tiger Den – Levi Crawford, Tyrezz Henderson, Jackson Sellers Wolf Den – Michael Brazwell, Asher Covington, Ja’Vion George, Roosevelt Jefferson Bear Den – Ty Gregson, Karson Hinton Webelos – Eli…
Show your support Monument bricks available
The deadline has been extended to order support and veterans bricks to be placed at the Atmore Veteran Memorial in front of city hall. Due to orders being received, the deadline was moved from January 30 to February 8. Show your support for a loved one in the military or for our Armed Services in general. If you’ve visited the Memorial, you’ve seen bricks honoring the military and the businesses…
PCRC honors Dr. King
The Progressive Civic and Recreational Club honored Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in a service Sunday, January 15, at Power Pentecostal Holiness Church. This was the 31st annual observance of the day set aside to honor the civil rights leader. The theme was “The Hour Has Come.” Scripture was John 13:1 – “Now before the feast of the Passover, when Jesus knew that his hour was come that he should…
YLA learns about the history and cultures of Atmore
By LAUREN METZLER Special to Atmore News Did you know a man named William Carney is considered to be the “Father of Atmore?” Do you know why Atmore’s middle school was once called a training school or when the Thanksgiving Pow-Wow began? Our Youth Leadership Atmore class found the answers to these questions and others as we learned about the history and culture of Atmore on Wednesday, January 11. We…