Thanks for making MLK events a great success

Published 6:45 pm Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Concerned Citizens of Atmore “Unity in the Community” and the 2014 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day committee would like to give a special thanks to our sponsors, including United Bank of Atmore, who has proven to the community time and time again that their slogan “Being United has its Advantages” is not just words. Special thanks also to the First National Bank & Trust, who has also proven to the community that they are “Accessible and Responsive” by always showing pride in the Atmore community.

We also express our thanks to:

• All CCOA Members
• Mayor Jim Staff and Atmore City Council
• Atmore Police and Fire Department
• Escambia County High School
• Pastor Darryl North
• Empowerment Christian Center Inc. Choir
• Johnson Ford
• Central Farm Supply
• David’s Catfish House
• Atmore State Line Pawn shop
• Atmore Community Hospital cafeteria staff
• Dixie Catfish Shack
• WBZR 105.9
• The Atmore Advance
• Mrs. T. America
• Lou in the Morning, WPFL 94.3 The Point
• Bro. Quentin Frye
• Atmore News
• Deloris Hazley
• Northview High School NJROTC
• Carla Gray
• Professor W. J. Grissett
• Rev. Ray Ward
• Rev. Diane Everett
• Minister Alvanise Gray
• Rev. Gene King
• Exposé Pearls of Ivy
• El Bethel Holiness Church Praise Dancers
• Rev. Philip Brown
• Rev. Allan Harp
• Grand Marshals Council Woman Susan Smith and Rev. Humphrey Shuford
• Dr. M.L. King, Jr. Community Service Awards 2014 recipients Tomese Ballard Harvel, Lashanda Wilson Marshall and Shane Hadley
• Float winners — Gaines Chapel A.M.E. Church and All of God’s Creation Learning Center

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Thanks to everyone that participated in the 2014 parade/march and program.

Sandra Gray
President, Concerned Citizens of Atmore