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Luncheon celebrates Bastille Day
Special to Atmore News On July 13, as a way to remember the visit to Paris with her husband, Charles, 50 years ago on July 14, 1974, to celebrate Bastille Day, Nancy Karrick entertained five Daughters of the American Revolution ladies in her home for a Bastille Day celebration. Attending were Bonnie Shanks from Montgomery, Laura Davis from Spanish Fort, Mary Flo Williams from Stockton, Cathy Irby from Booneville, and…
RAG production opens this week
Special to Atmore News “Little Women the Musical,” the latest production by the Railway Arts Guild, is coming to Escambia County.Louisa May Alcott’s novel will be brought to life onstage.Brewton performances will take place July 19 and 20 at T.R. Miller High School, with Atmore performances the following weekend, July 26 and 27, at Escambia County High School.All showtimes are at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15 each and can be…
Monroe County rodeo coming up
Tickets on sale now Special to Atmore News After a highly successful event in 2023, the Monroeville / Monroe County Chamber of Commerce, in collaboration with the Kiwanis Club of Monroeville, is gearing up for the 4th annual Monroe County Rodeo.Scheduled to take place on August 9 and 10, the rodeo will be held in Frisco City on Snider Avenue. This National Cowboy Pro Rodeo Association (NCPRA) sanctioned event will…
Local archers earn 11 medals in 41st Alabama State Games
News Staff Report Athletes from cities, towns and counties across the southeast, including 11 Escambia County, Ala. residents who hit a collective bull’s eye in the archery competition, are “brimming with medal moments and golden memories” after the 41st Alabama State Games, which concluded last week. More than 3,000 athletes of all ages and abilities competed in 23 different sports, disciplines or competitions during this year’s Games. “Seeing these athletes…