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PHD Realty opens scholarship applications
For the fourth consecutive year, PHD Realty announces the PHD Realty Determination Scholarship for 2020. This year, two $500 scholarships will be awarded to qualifying seniors who plan to attend technical school or college full time in the fall. To be eligible, students must attend high school in Escambia County, Alabama or Escambia County, Florida. The student must have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale…
PHD Realty opens 2019 scholarships
Special to Atmore News For the third consecutive year, PHD Realty is pleased to announce the return of the PHD Realty Determination Scholarship for 2019. This year, two $500 scholarships will be awarded to qualifying seniors who plan to attend technical school or college full time in the fall. To be eligible, students must attend high school in Escambia County, Alabama or Escambia County, Florida. The student must have a…
PHD Realty wins Lions Club golf tourney
Teams sponsored by PHD Realty, Popeyes and Maxwell Construction took the top three places in the 2018 Atmore Lions Club Charity Golf Tournament, played March 16 at Atmore Country Club. The PHD team — Chad Helton, Shane Burkett, Keith McKinley and Caleb Dortch — shot an impressive 52 to claim first place and its $500 prize. The Popeyes foursome of Elliott Faircloth, RP Phillips, Jared Vickteg and Kevin Bohanan took…
PHD Realty scholarships open
PHD Realty announces the return of the PHD Realty Determination Scholarship for 2018. This is the second year that PHD Realty will reward two $250 scholarships to qualifying seniors who plan to attend technical school or college full time in the fall. To be eligible, students must attend high school in the counties of Monroe, Escambia or Baldwin, Alabama or Escambia or Santa Rosa, Florida. The student must have a…
PHD a double winner at Chamber’s third chili cook-off
Despite the aroma of 11 different chili pots (each containing a “secret recipe”) and a healthy preview of early Spring weather, Atmore Area Chamber of Commerce’s third annual chili cook-off drew only about half as many people as did last year’s event, when less than 100 paid to taste the spicy wares. According to a Chamber volunteer, “maybe 40” people made their way to Heritage Park on Saturday (February 17)…