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Poppy campaign benefits veterans

By Staff
Letter to the Editor
On behalf of the disabled, handicapped, and hospitalized Veterans who will benefit from the generous contributions to this year's Poppy Campaign, the American Legion Auxiliary would like to thank the following businesses and individuals: "Atmore News," Atmore Appliances- Western Auto, Atmore Ambulance, Atmore Memorial Chapel, Johnson Quimby Funeral Home, Eastside Chapel Funeral Home, Atmore Realty, Southern Real Estate, Charles R. Godwin Law Office, Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company, First National Bank, United Bank, Regions Bank, Joey's Furniture, Kelly's Ambulance Service, Johnson Ford, Chuck Stevens Chevrolet, Rollins Used Cars, Masland Carpets, Swift Supply, Escambia Lawn and Rental, Diamond Gasoline, Earl's Jewelry, McKinley's Auto Repair, Royal Bed and Breakfast, Alto Products, Brantley Tires, Radio Shack, The Beans Store, Tot Shop, Escambia Drug Store, Murray Johnson Insurance, Randy Nichols, CPA, Edgar's Business Machines, Atmore Carpets, Edward Jones Investments, Maxwell, Haley, &Castleberry, Barnett and Associates, Annie's Community Cup, Service Auto Supply, Harold Allen's Mobile Homes, Country Charms, International Tires, Dr. Thomas Rice, Thomas Collision Repair, Gold's Barbeque, Advance Printing Company, Atmore Auto, Coley Air Conditioning, Janet Strawbridge, Raymon Mitchell, Carolyn Settle, Thomas and Joyce Rogers, Aubrey and Mary Stanley, American Legion Dance Group, Piggly Wiggly, Contributors at Piggly Wiggly collection point.
We sincerely thank each one.
Mary M. Stanley, President Unit 90, Atmore