Lions hold spaghetti supper
The Atmore Lions Club held a spaghetti supper Monday, April 12, at David’s Catfish. Proceeds benefited St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the Lions Club. A supper ticket also entered the buyer in a raffle, which was won by Athena Harris. Twenty-two club members were involved, and the effort raised $3,000 for St. Jude. Shown, Lion Kevin Garrett handles the bread duty.
MT named Hometown Hero
Special to Atmore News Muskogee Technology (MT) has received the Atmore Area Chamber of Commerce Hometown Hero award for producing non-FDA approved COVID-19 personal protection products for businesses and healthcare providers.In early 2020, the COVID-19 outbreak challenged MT leadership to pivot business operations to begin producing an array of life-saving products. The MT team accepted the challenge to do the vital work of making workplaces safer. MT manufactured over 100,000…
Creek Travel Plaza named a top Alabama truck stop
Special to Atmore News Officials with Creek Travel Plaza (CTP) announced April 7 the business was ranked the second most preferred truck stop in the state of Alabama by Trucker Path (TP) mobile app users. Over 6,000 truck stops nationwide were ranked based on feedback and reviews from over 500,000 truckers.“I’m proud of our team and not surprised they have been recognized by Trucker Path again for 2020,” said CTP…
Community events – Get involved!
GECA auditions are SundayGreater Escambia Council for the Arts’ next production is The Beverly Hillbillies. Auditions will be held Sunday, April 25, 2 p.m., at GECA, corner of Trammell and Highway 31. You will be asked to read passages selected by the director.The cast consists of parts for nine men and 12 women. There are no parts for children in this production, but a kids’ show is in the plans.…