Leadership Atmore

Chicken on Church
Leadership Atmore’s Chicken on Church was held Thursday, June 6. The threat of inclement weather sent the event indoors to the Church Street Incubator. Good food and good fellowship were still the order of the evening. Shown are the servers – all recent LA graduates and alumni – from left, Michael Kircharr, Ed Cook, Lucille Matthews, Leslie Henderson, Samantha Bennett, Arica Selzer and Morgan Smith.
Leadership Atmore’s archery on target
News Staff Report Leadership Atmore’s archery shoot, held Saturday, March 30, in the vacant field adjacent to Escambia County High School, was right on target. The fundraiser drew about four dozen archers of all ages and raised “around $500” for the community service projects conducted by LA’s 2019 class. Participants paid $5 per scorecard to aim at several 3D wild game targets during the fun-filled morning. The top performers among…
Leadership Atmore to host archery shoot
News Staff Report Leadership Atmore’s 2019 class will host an archery shoot this Saturday, March 30, at the vacant field next to Escambia County High School. Adults and children are invited to enter the competition, which will consist of a 10-target, 3D-animal archery shoot. The event is scheduled to last from 9 a.m. until noon. Entry fee is $5 per scorecard (individuals may shoot more than once, with the highest…
Leadership Atmore 2018 under way
The Leadership Atmore Class of 2018 kicked off with the opening retreat at Camp Beckwith September 26-27. The retreat is always one of the highlights of Leadership. The 2018 program co-chairs are Hannah Johnson and Dawn Skipper. According to Johnson, at the retreat, the class participated in several team-building elements such as the birthday log, floating island and leap of faith. As with every class before, the retreat is structured…
Leadership Atmore class graduates
The 2017 Leadership Atmore class graduated Monday evening, May 15. Members celebrated new friendships and a new appreciation for the town they call home – some for a long time, some for only a short time. Program director Cindy Lee began the program with a welcome and the invocation, praying that these graduates had found their place in the community. Each member was given the opportunity to comment on their…