Events

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…
3 seats in PCI election
The Poarch Creek Tribal Council election is set for Saturday, June 3. Three seats are on the ballot – Tribal Chairman and two At-Large positions. Incumbents are Stephanie Bryan, Tribal Chair; Arthur Mothershed, At-Large; Garvis Sells, At-Large. Listed below are the  2017 Tribal Council candidates: Tribal Chairman ( 3 candidates) Stephanie Bryan (seeking re-election) Anthony Peebles Eddie Leon Tullis At-Large (14 candidates) Randy Adams Clayton Coon Rodney L. Exum Ed…
Auditions set for radio drama
Would you like to be in a Greater Escambia Council for the Arts (GECA) show but don’t want to memorize lines? Is the usual time commitment for a show just too much? Then a radio drama is just the thing for you. GECA will simulate a 1940s radio studio, reading from the script, producing their own sound effects. This type show carries very little pressure and it’s only a two-week commitment. Auditions will…
Y’s Healthy Kids Day is Saturday
Atmore Area YMCA and more than 1,600 other Y’s across the nation will host their annual Healthy Kids Day on Saturday, April 29. Healthy Kids Day, which is designed to encourage youngsters to stay active and to continue learning during the summer, will be a two-pronged event that includes a 5K walk, run and bike and numerous other activities. Children of all ages may participate in the 5K, which begins…