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Breakfast with an Elected Official The Atmore Area Chamber of Commerce will host Breakfast with an Elected Official Thursday, September 28, 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m., at the Chamber office, 137 N. Main. This session will focus on education with Escambia County Board of Education members W.J. Grissett, Coleman Wallace and David Nolin. United Bank’s Farm to Table events The Farm to Table preview event with ticket drawing will be…
Celebrating 103rd birthday
Atmore Nursing Center resident Ella Mae Knight, seated, celebrated her 103rd birthday Saturday, September 23. Not only was she surrounded by friends and family, she had a special visitor who brought special greetings. Alabama Representative Alan Baker, right, presented Mrs. Knight with certificates of recognition from the House of Representatives and Governor Kay Ivey. At left, is Mrs. Knight’s son, Robert Knight. News photo by Ditto Gorme
Nonprofits receive $45,422 – Schools, sports league and VFD benefit from Wind Creek Atmore donation
Four local nonprofits are the recipients of a combined $45,422.04 donation from the Wind Creek Atmore (WCA) Ticket In Ticket Out (TITO) program. Monroe County High School (MCHS), Conecuh County Junior High School (CCJH), Uriah Volunteer Fire Department (VFD) and Spanish Forts Sports Association (SFSA) have big plans for the funds they received on Friday, September 15. WCA Property Manager Tim Ramer and Assistant Property Manager Terri Morris presented the…