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CACC looking for writers
Special to Atmore News Are you a self-published writer? A poet? A songwriter in search of an audience? The Monroeville Literary Festival has a stage for you! Monroeville is the Literary Capital of Alabama, and you are invited to showcase your talent on the Fifteen Minutes of Fame Stage! Writers of all genres are welcome to submit a sample of their work to MonroevilleLiterary Festival@gmail.com. All submissions must be readable…
18 nurses pinned
Coastal Alabama Community College held a Nursing Pinning Ceremony for 18 graduates of the nursing program Tuesday, May 7, on the Brewton campus. Graduates represented the Standard Track Nursing Program (RN) and the Career Mobility Track Nursing Program (LPN to RN). Shown are, from left, first row, Salutatorian Lauren Joyner, Kaitlyn Hermann, Santha Langham, Katelynne Calloway, Laura Nelson, Savannah Scott; second row, Valedictorian Alexandria Martin, Sylea McCants, Lauren Scarborough, Amanda…
CACC’s Hussey guest speaker at Lions Club
The Atmore Lions Club met March 20 in the Mayson Auditorium at Atmore Community Hospital. Lion Candace Wooten presided and Chuck Brooks gave the invocation. Fourteen members and two guests were present. Members were informed of the LCIF raffle and getting tickets from Candace as well as being reminded about the golf tournament coming up in May. Lion Richard Maxwell introduced Steven Hussey from Coastal Alabama Community College who spoke…
Nipper signs with CACC
J U Blacksher High School senior Jae-Lauren Nipper signed with Coastal Alabama Community College (Brewton campus) on a softball scholarship. Shown at the signing on Thursday, November 16, are, seated, dad Jimmy Nipper, Jae-Lauren, mom Rebecca Nipper; back, travel ball coaches Ren Powell, Paul Walton; JUB coaches Tommy Kilpatrick, Ginger Middleton; Principal Donald Baggett; CACC Coach Misty Nims.
CACC welding program wins sculpture contest
Three students from the welding program on the Atmore Campus of Coastal Alabama Community College won first place in a sculpture contest at the Central Gulf Industrial Alliance (CGIA) General Membership Meeting and 10th Anniversary Celebration held on November 1. The students involved in building the sculptured sea turtle were Lee Boggs, Travious English, and Michael Smith. The three students will share $250, and the Atmore Campus welding program will also receive $250. Many industry leaders, along…