A home for Garfield?
Special to Atmore News Handsome Garfield is a domestic shorthair orange tabby looking for his “furever” home. He’s a very sweet boy who loves to snuggle up and purr, but also loves to play. If you are looking for an awesome kitty to keep your lap warm and to keep you company, Garfield is just the “furbaby” you need. Garfield is up to date on vaccinations and available for adoption…
New officers installed
Special to Atmore News The Atmore Lions Club met Wednesday, July 17, in the Mayson Auditorium of Atmore Community Hospital. Lion President Bub Gideons called the meeting to order. Lion Audrey Moon gave the invocation and blessing, followed by the group saying the Pledge of Allegiance to the American flag. Brittney Flowers was introduced as a guest. A short business meeting followed lunch. Committee reports were given and the announcement…
$500 windfall for ECHS athletics
By JOSH FRYE News Sportswriter The Escambia County High School athletic department is $500 richer after head football coach Scott Mason’s name was drawn from a hat by an Alfa Insurance representative during last week’s Alabama High School Athletic Association Summer Conference in Montgomery. The conference is mandatory for every high school head coach in the state, and coaches were required to attend classes and workshops to prepare them for…
PCI shines in NAYO tourney; 3 first-place finishes
By JOSH FRYE News Sportswriter The Poarch Creek Indians Recreation Department was all smiles as the week began and players who competed during last week’s 2019 Native American Youth Organization (NAYO) Baseball and Softball Tournament in Cherokee, N.C., made their way back home. As they filtered back in to the Poarch community, they were not empty handed. Out of 11 different teams Poarch fielded during the tournament, six returned home…