Cougars give all in 5K fundraiserPublished 9:33am Wednesday, November 14, 2012
The Atmore Community Hospital Relay for Life team raised a total of $979.50 in the Relay for Life 5K held on Saturday. Escambia Academy contributed $834.50.
“The 5K is a community event,” the event’s co-captain Erica Little said. “Escambia Academy showed up. It was not just the track team. It was the entire school. Escambia Academy showed up and made the day, that’s for sure. Our team would like to thank the community and Escambia Academy for their participation.”
Little also gave credit to the Atmore Police Department’s Samantha Bennett, who was the other co-captain of the Relay for Life 5K.
In the race, adult finishers included: Sara Shavers finished in first place, Keith Peebles finished in second place, and Michelle Peebles finished in third place.
Among teens, Ryan Johnson finished in first place, Branden Goddard finished in second place, and Camryn Godwin finished in third place.