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Lenten Lunches scheduled
You may recall that Lenten Lunches were not held last year, but they’re back on schedule this year. Lunches are planned for Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, April 10, 11, and 12, 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m., at First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. The schedule is as follows: Monday – The speaker is the Rev. Coleman Wallace; lunch prepared by First United Methodist Church. Tuesday – The speaker is the…
United Way donates to Perdido E/M School
Perdido Elementary / Middle School principal Phillip Stewart recently received a surprise call from United Way of Baldwin County. Ms. Marina Simpson called to inform him that Perdido School was randomly drawn out of all the elementary, middle and high schools in the county to receive $1,500. Ms. Simpson is pictured with Mr. Stewart and Mrs. Jessica White’s pre-k class, Ethan Brooks. Kaylee Byrd, Griffin Coleman, Vivyenne Duff, Hannah Hadley, Khloe…
Rewarding perfect attendance at Perdido E/M
Music and excitement were evident at Perdido Elementary / Middle School as students filled the gym to see whose name would be randomly drawn for a $50 prize. More than 100 students had perfect attendance for the third quarter, in spite of flu and a virus that kept many others out. Every student’s name was placed in the wire raffle-style basket and with music in the background, 12 students’ and…
Violent dog behavior is serious threat – Observe National Dog Bite Prevention Week
The following article was provided by Atmore Postmaster Lester Cogollo. The U.S. Postal Service® continues its tradition of calling attention to one of the nation’s most commonly reported public health problems: dog attacks and bites. From nips and bites to actual attacks, violent dog behavior continues to pose a serious threat to our employees. Previously, National Dog Bite Prevention Week (NDBPW) took place during the third week of May. It…