Obituaries, week of April 18, 2021
Mrs. Margaret Ann Creamer Ard Mrs. Margaret Ann Creamer Ard, age 71, passed away Sunday, April 11, 2021 in Pensacola, Fla.She was a native of Century, Fla. and has resided in Pensacola for the past few years. She retired from the Civil Service Department as a secretary. She was preceded in death by her parents, James Charles Creamer and Eulene.Mrs. is survived by her former husband, James Rolen Ard of…
New arrivals at the library
Check out the new arrivals at Atmore Public Library. Patrons rate new arrivalsSeveral patrons are sharing their opinions of the new books they’ve read. Five stars is the top rating. Sarah Hall: Dark Tides by Philippa Gregory – 3 stars Linda Smith: The Beirut Protocol by Joel C. Rosenberg – 5 stars Anne Petty: Faithless in Death by J.D. Robb – 5 stars Shelia Trawick: The Blended Quilt by Wanda…
RP Star Students
The Rachel Patterson Elementary School Star Students for March are, from left, first row, Kenneth Perry, Crimson Evans, James Carter Overstreet, James Wilson, Justice Hetherington, Jamariouse Simpson, Kaloni Brown; middle, Tro’Darrius McWilliams, Khamyria Finklea, Anthony Embley, Elias Hurst, Layla Riley, Cameron Dirden, Arden Raines; back, Camarie Caldwell, Danielle Akers, Rosean Martin, Jeffrey Gentry, Teresa Wiggins, Ripley Mummert, Katrell Dortch. Not pictured are Tristan Miller, Malaeah Dailey and Khloe Carter.
Donation for uniforms
The Escambia County High School girls’ basketball team is getting new uniforms thanks to the Atmore Community Alliance (ACA). The organization raised $3,000 and delivered the check to ECHS Wednesday, April 7. Shown at the presentation are, from left, front, members of the team, C’Anna Betts, TyQaja Brown, Jayla Adams, Dayala Simmons, Deandria Adams, Zahria McCants, Timia Gaines, Makayla Lyons; back, Loumeek White and Darryl North with ACA; ECHS basketball…
Celebrating 86
Doretha Wright Doretha McDuffie Wright celebrated her 86th birthday April 7 at the home of her daughter.Mrs. Wright was born in John Station, North Carolina. She married and moved to Alabama at a young age.She is the mother of the late Nancy Carelock; the late Terry Wright; Larry Wright of Tampa, Fla.; Delois Wilson, Auritha Powers, Allison Chambers and Roger Cooper, of Atmore; and adopted son Marikef Wright of Pensacola.Helping…