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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
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DEPT. SPECIAL COLLECTIONS FLORIDA HISTORY
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Our 141st Year, Number 12


Friday, November 25, 2005


M1adison, Florida 32340


In Brief Man Murdered In Cherry Lake


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Four passengers. Aurain
Rodrigues. 45: Ly nch
Charles, 19: Robinson Ro-
drigues, 3: and Daisey Ro-
drigues. 2: also suffered mii-
nor injuries in the \v reck.
Trooper Thomas R. Rod-
erick %was the investigating of-
ficer.


Several locations have been
checked, and the information
followed up on. has not yet re-
'ealed his location.
Michael w~as last seen w ith
a goatee and has not shared in
the last several days. He was
wearing an orange three (3)
button polo slurt. %ith grey flo-


ral design, and cargo style blue
jeans. He should be considered
armeand and dangerous
If \ou hate an\ informa-
tion regarding the \\hereabouts
of lichael Dover. or this case.
please call the Madison County
Sheriff's Office at i(501 973-
41001 or S 501 973-4151.


Madison Count\ Sheriff's
Deputy Chris Andrews was
dispatched to the scene, with
man\ local deputies called in
for assistance. Both on-duty
and off-duit deputies respond-
ed to the back-up call. As the
deputies recen.ed their infor-
mation and lay -out of the
house. plans were made and
the\ entered the residence to
secure it. It w as at this time
that the bod\ of Yaies w as
found. but there \\as no sign of
Michael Do\er. The Madison
Count\ Correctional Institute's
tracking dogs ere called in for
help in searching the wooded
area. but to no a\ ail.
Nlichael's truck had been
pre iouslh found abandoned at
the Pinetta Post Office earl\
Saturday morning. November
19. and there \as no indication
at the scene that Michael \\as in
a vehicle. It is beliheed that he
left the scene on foot or \\as
picked up by someone. There
is no information, or leads, on a
vehicle or a direction of travel.


Man Arrested By Emerald Kinsley
Greene Publishing, Inc.
For Selling Beer one man is dead and anoth-
er man is on the run after a
Without License shooting took place Wednesday.
B\ Emerald Kinsey Notember 22 at appro\imately
Greene Piublishing. Inc. 9:00 p.m. According to the
Edgar Burch. of the Silver Madison Countr Sheriff's Of-
S t a r fice. Michael Do'er. 35. js ranrt-
Lou ng e. o ed for queitsoning in the death of
was ar- Rickc Yaces, 50
rested and o It is reported that hNLhael
.- Doi er had w warrants for his arrest
charged
.ith sell- -:- already issued for kidnapping
ing ber and domestic violence battery.
ing beer sod
.ithu due to a domestic disrurbance
, ,w i t h o u t a --
i that had occurred last week
lcens e According to Sheriff
on Sun- 1 Deputy reports. Victoria Domer.
day No- her mother, and her uncle. Rick-
Se in b e r Edgar Burch Yates. arried at a inend's resi-
20. The Sil\er Star Lounge. dence. located at 156 NE Pal-
located on South Parramore metto Street. in CherrL Lake. to
Street. is also kno~ n as The feed the does. victoriaa reported-
Ice House I\ \\ent into the back bedroom.
According to a Madison v.her te the do food was located.
Police Department report. a and saw what appeared to be a
call came in as an anonnimous bod\ lying on the bed, covered
complaint that the establish- with blankets. She then left the
ment %%as operating as a bar. house and informed Yates of her
after hours, on Sunda\. Police *g
Sgt. Nathan Curtis responded
to the call and conducted an in-
spection and observed set eral
cold, open containers of alco-
holic bevera-es.
Burc:h. stated that he did
not haTe a licnrise and could-
nor obtain a license, because
the Silver Star Lounge estab-
lishnent is \ within 500 feet of a
church. At that time he \as
placed under arrest on the
charge of 'alcoholic beverages
sold or held. ith intent to sell.
without a license'. He \ as tak-
en to the Madison County Jail.
and booked.

One Vehicle

Accident Madison Count) Sheriff I
cc n residence Michael Dover was
Inj re Fi shooting, and killing, Ricky Y
In jures Five gerous. iGreene Publishing, I
By Emerald Kinsle\
Greene Publisling. Ihnc.
A one-vehicle accident B n
caused nunor injures to fi ve 9
in a %wreck on I-10. approxi-
mately 3 rmles west of SR 14.
on Tuesday No ember 22. at
12:27 a.m.
According to a Florida
Highway Patrol report.
Magdelen Charles. 38. of
Deerfield Beach. Florida. w as
traveling east on 1-10. in the
inside lane. The right rear tire
of the 1997 Dodge pickup
truck blew out. causing her to
lose control. The Dodge
crossed the median and over-
turned \while crossing the
west bound lanes. The vehi-
cle slid on its top and struck a --
west bound call box, knock- i -
ing it from its fixed founda-
tion. ..


Ine are, or a Big Bend transit Bus, is believed to have been caused by possible electri-
cal problems, and was estimated at a loss of $12.000. IGreene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Car-
la Barrett, November 23. 2005)


The Madison County Central School Band, under the
direction of Gary Gazle). recently held a fund-rising eent to
help buy music instruments and equipment. Under his di-
rection, the children sold chances on a $100 Winn-Dixie Gift
Certificate. The Band members sold $700 in tickets to be
used for the band. Winning the raffle was Betsy Crews, the
mother of a band member. Shown at the drawing, which
was done at the local Winn-Dixie Store are, left to right:
Garrett Hammond; Danielle Bentley: Annette McClamma:
and Ted White, Manager at the Madison Winn-Dixie store.
(Greene Publishing, Inc. photo by Emerald Greene Kinsley,
November 22, 2005)


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Church
Classifieds
Commrun;i, C.lendjr
Entertainment
Home Improvement


Jail Report
Legals
Outdoors
School
Sports '
Viewpoints & Opinions


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By Emerald Kin ley
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A Big Bend Tiansit Bus was destroyed by fire Wednesday
morning, November 23, at 8:52 a.m.
According to a Madison Fire and Rescue report, the fire de-
partment was dispatched to the comer of Haynes and Washing-
ton Streets where the 1999 bus had caught on fire' Upon arrival,
the fire was under the hood and had spread into the passenger
area.


No one was on board the bus, at the time of the fire, except
the driver, x ho escaped without injury.


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Sex: Male
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Hair: Brown
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Deputies and Madison ENIS gather to discuss plans to enter the Hs ndra
reportedly in, with at least three 31 weapons, after allegedly H old Fundraiser
ates. Dover is still at large and is considered armed and dan-
Inc. Photo by Emerald Kinsle. November 22. 2005)


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Friday, November 25, 2005


. Jacob's Ladder-: Letters to the Editor are typed word for word,
SJacob. Bembry .: comma for comma, as sent to this newspaper. i ngerJarvis

Snolum"lis, Clarification Of


The Pianist

The fingers deftly moved across the piano keyboard. The
room was silent, except for:the sounds coming from the 88 keys.,
Though he only played by ear, the man played like a concert pi-
anist.
I know a lot of people through my job as a newspaper re-
porter, and I had even known the pianist before but I had gotten
to know him better since taking a Dale Carnegie class with him.
I had written about him as he struggled with an ailment last year
that resulted in him having a liver transplant. A year-and-a-half
ago, he had lain in a coma and had almost died. Now, he was
making sweet music at a party in his home.
As I went through the class each Thursday night, I really
struggled with a part of the class. That partI worried about was
the "How to Stop Worrying and Start Living" part. I struggled
because I looked at Jim Searcy and knew that I had never been
through anything like he had been through. I pray that I never
will.
I would look at Alston Kelley each week and he would give
uplifting speeches about how he had dealt \v ith personal obsta-
cles. I hadn't had, to go through the things that he- had to go
through. I pray that I never will.
I listened as one woman told how her ex-husband had killed
himself jtter their had divorced. I ha\e never had to deal \with
any thing like that and pra\ that I never ill.
The sham!e ol me feeling sorrn for myself came to a head
laist \week \ hen a cloe fiiend told me hoi he had been put into
drug reh.b tor nine rntnths b\ an aunt % ho cared tor ium and
Io'ed hir, She had ti-d him. "You're -oing t, \ in the game. but
that dJesn't mean that \ou'll be ahead at the half'" He said his
aunt had \\ited him in the rehab clinic and he \\as feeling sor-
r\ for himielt. His atnt had hit lum and told him. "Son. e'en
God doesn't judge a man until the end of his dj\s. \\h. hake
tou put ,ourselt in the Nlaker's place1"
I look at mi mentally challenged sister. Abbie. not kno ing
ho-\ her brain i, wired. Despite her mental handicaps. she is
happy a lot more than I tend to be.
No. I ha\e neler been in drtu iehab. nor do I intend to be.
but it's onl\ because of God's grace. An\ thing could happen to
me. but God ha.s hceen good and He has eglen me fairly\ good
health and a good brain. As lone as I continue to work on the
rest. I know\ that I can do an\thin'2 through Christ who gi\es me
not only strength. but His'grace and power.


Daisies To PresidentBush?
FHP s Repo" nse "


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Dear Editor:
Recently, you very kindly printed a letter I wrote that dis-
cussed an auto accident I suffered while traveling through Madi-
son County a few v.ees ago. While the majority of that letter'
offered praise for the Madison County officers and family who
helped me get home, on negative point in the letter was the ap-
parent insensitivity of the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) officer
who worked the accident that day.
Your readership should now that the FHP officer contacted
me recently to discuss the incident and to clarify any miscom--
Inunications that may have occurred. The officer w\ as extreme-
i ditressed that I left the state of Flonda under the impression
that the he had been unconcerned for my wk welfare. I ha\ e been
assured that FHP's policy is to never leave an accident victim
stranded, and that had the Madison Counts officers not provid-
ed such outstanding assistance, he wouldd not ha\e left me alone
nor forced me to walk an\ \ here.
I respectfully request that ou print this letter, so your read-
ership may know that the FHP is committed to providing pro-
fessional assistance of the highest caliber to motorist in the state
,of Florida.
Sincerel. ..
Esther L. Roberts, Esq.
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Possible Darts To Chamber
I know% Nou thought you'd never hear it, but I actuallM must
hand a few daisies to President Bush. Why? Because he changed
his mind, saying that people who disagree with him about the
Iraq war can still be considered patriotic Americans. Whew!
That's a load off m\ mind. For the past three \ears. I was afraid
Iwas un-American. An\ at\. it's good to know that Bush \ don't
sic the CIA on those of us Who disagree with him.
Yea and Amen daisies to the folks who are operating the
Thrift Shop next door to the jail. They have accepted a pile of
stuff from me and sold it quickly to help meet corrmunitx needs.
That's people helping people, and I loveit..
Daisies to the commercial establishments that hate man-
aged to leave their Christmas decorations in the closet until af-
ter Halloween. Some of us really appreciate that.
Darts to smokers N ho keep trying to get others to join them
in their filth\ habit.
Easter-egg darts to our Chamber of Commerce if they per-
sist in holding the Four Freedoms Festival on Easter \weekend.
The\ hae plenty of time to mote it up or back a week to avoid
that unholy conflict.
Daisies to the Madison Commissioners. \ ho haxe asked the
Chamber of Commerce to mo\e the Four Freedoms Festi\al
away from Holy Week and Easter.
If other elected groups. as \ell as civic organizations and
businesses. support this request. the mo\e just might happen.
Daisies to the juniors and seniors at MCHS who passed the
fall administration of the FCAT. The \\ ere delighted to squeal
point about the results.
Nlan. wild and wonderful daisies to our ENITs and other
emergency\ responders.
The\ do a fabulous job. often in verN trying circumstances.
Darts to )ou if \ou ha\ en't said a kind word to someone to-
da\ Rectif\ that. soon.
Daisies to w hoe\er put up the flags on the courthouse la% n
for Veterans' Day. That \%as a heart-w arming display.
Daisies to you if you ha\e helped a child learn manners. dis-
cipline. or compassion today. MNan \\till rise up and call \ou
blessed.


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The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3A


Madison County...

Jail Report


Get A Handle On Your Time

For The Holiday Season
Time is one thing we never seem to have enough of these
days and it is at a premium during the holiday season. Think
about it, you start at Thanksgiving and take aboutsix weeks of
your life; add in all the extra activities and chores that come with
those activities, only to end up exhausted and worn out by the
New Year.
This holiday season, work smarter and use time manage-
ment strategies to devise a workable holiday for you and your
family. You can't create more hours in a day, so work on find-
ing a balance. Your 24 hours must be divided between work,
family, activities and sleep.
Work out a time plan for the next six weeks. A time plan can
be a general outline of things you want to do or it can be a high-
ly detailed schedule. The easiest time plan is simply a "list of
projects," large and small, to be done as time is available. A
"time schedule" is more detailed to include both a sequence of
projects and estimates of time necessary for doing them. When
you write a schedule down on paper, it forces you to take a look
at your entire day or week and make some decisions as to the im-
portance of various activities. Recognize that while planning
takes time at the beginning, it saves much more time in the long
run.
.Here are some time management strategies for organizing
your holiday calendar:
Make and use a "things to do" list every day. List and do
them in order of importance.
Keep a notebook and calendar with you at all times.. Use
them for listing tasks to be completed, appointments and shop-
ping needs.
Use your waiting time. Accomplish small chores while
you wait, such as reading, writing letters or making a shopping
list. Look at waiting time as a gift of time rather than a \vaste.
Guard yourself against agreeing to do things that ou don't
have time to do well. Learn how to say "No,"
Don't let unplanned activities drain away your own plan
for using the day.
Concentrate on one thing at a time. Put all of your ener-
gy into the task at hand. Tune out interruptions. Don't waste
time thinking of all things that have to be done.
Be sure to block out time for rest and relaxation to enjoy
your holiday season.


11/16/2005
Loronya B. Haynes -
Trespass: occupied struc-
ture
Antonio Bernard Mc-
Cray Trespass: occupied
structure
James Clifford Bryant
3rd Petit theft
Keith Richard Shiver -
Sex battery (victim over 11)
Sharon Lee Abel Pos-
session drug paraphernalia,
possession marijuana less
20 gm
11/17/2005
Andrew Ellis Norris -
Burglary while .armed
(structure or conveyance),
grand theft
Tony Anthony Holley -
D.W.L.S. Revoked or can-
celed
11/18/2005
Todd Matthew Tatum -
CarrNing a concealed
firearm or weapon, posses-
sion marijuana less 20 gm
Mark Thomas Fudge -
D.W.L.S., revoked or can-
celed
Patricia Ann Moore -
Grand Theft III
Evelyn Mae William -
Grand theft III


11/19/2005
Angel Glover Robbery
no weapon
Orlando Mendez
Briones No valid or expired
drivers license
Jessie Lee Jones D.U.I.
Darrell Lasha\ n Adams
- V.O.P. (county)
Willie Claude Wiggins -
V.O.P. (county)
Jeffrey Theo Webb Dis-
orderly intoxication. Making
false accident report
11/20/2005
Edgar David Burch -
Possession alcoholic bever-
age o ith intent to sell
11/21/2005
Raymond Lonzo. Mor-
gan Failure to appear
Verne Lee Davis V.O.P.
(circuit)
11/22/2005
Danny Roy Aikens -
Grand Theft III
Sam John Williams -
D.W.L.S., revoked or can-
celed
Lakisha Michelle
Solomon V.O.P. (circuit).
Andjuan Donte Mcint) re
- Domestic violence/battery
Mark Anthony Maiden -
Crinunal mischief


The Forgotten Holiday

As earl\ as the beginning of the month: of October when
walking through the stores, one can find Christmas Trees. Orna-
ments and candies. But. wait, what happened to Thanksgiving?
Has our society allowed the merchandisers and stores to just
skip Thanksgivinig?, It makes me angry to begin seeing Christ-
mas in October'
Itis a sad thing when a very important holidaN like Thanks-
giving gets overlooked. Why is this? Is it because extensive
amounts of money are rot being spent in the stores that make it
less important to our society ? Is it not important anymore be-
cause there is no exchange bf presents and gifts? Or. is it be-
cause our society has become so selfish. that all we want is "gi\e
me" instead of being thankful for w hat we have?
Thanksgiving should be of high importance to all of us.
This holiday \\as set aside for all citizens and communities, fam-
ilies to come together and be thankful for all the things we have.
Thanksgiving is a time to be together and reflect on the year that
has passed. Prayers of thanks, wonderful dinners and family
gatherings should be all we are thinking about at Thanksgic ing.
But instead, I see folks \who can't wait till Thanksgi ing is
over so they can go take care of their holiday shopping and take
ad\ antage of the sales that are announced. This show s again, an-
'other sign of our selfishness. Why not take the time to be with
our families. rest and take it easy? Is it so hard to be together
with our families in these days of rush. rush. rush?
Until our society stands up and let our stores know how we
feel about seeing Christmas as early as October, our stores and
merchandisers will continue to overlook Thanksgiving. Next
year. will other another holiday such as Veterans Day. be
skipped over?' How sad,..


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Because We Care!


S. You Have been Ac-tivated/Deployed,
: By The US Militaxy.
We Would Like To Give You
A FRIEE SIBSCRIPTIQNi To
The Madison County Carrier
& The Madison Enterprise-Recorder.


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Tuesday, November 29 2005
5:30 p.m.
Wachovia Bank
400 West Base Street
Madison
Reception follows service
Please join us as we remember the lives of loved
ones who are no longer with us, but whom we hold
in our hearts eternally. This time for remembrance
and healing is open to everyone in the community.
We invite you to come into the "circle of love."

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For more information, call 878-5310 ext. 528
or toll-free (800) 772-5862.


Good morning it's Sunday morning again (we've missed
you) but we're in the hospital and can't tell what the weather's
like outside. Still. Poll anna assumes it's another lovely day
whether the sun is shining or not. Odd. isn't it, that some peo-
ple don't like eternal sunshine!
We have little to tell you except of our own misadventures,
so guess we'll join those who just love to expound at length and
in detail about their troubles. especially medical ones.
We needed some things moved- getting reads for Thanks-
giving, you know so picked up the end of a coffee table' w ith
book on it) just to slide 'it over. We didn't pick up the table.
HoweVer, my back said, "You've done it nowt," as something
happened to it and boy, did we ever!
So after much pain and several days, Dr. Bibb admitted us
to the Madison Hospital. He has been simply wonderful; the
hospital staff has been great we haven't found one who hasn't
been \ery pleasant and helpful and only our back has had a
Snasty disposition. At this time, it still has the radiologist said
we had made those muscles very angry the feeling is mutual.
We received sympathy from most of the'family, although
they had kept telling us not to take chances! "After all, Mania,
you're not 16 any more, you're 86!" But daughter Joan said, "I
told you so," and in effect, that it was good enough for us. She
has always been the kind that, no matter how badly things turn
out for her, gave herself a.scolding. She always said, "You did
it to yourself, you fool; you made your own bed, now sleep in
it!" .
Few people know we're here we appreciate Mayor Kin-,
sey's visit and alsd Simon's who came later even though he had
been having trouble with his.back, too. Daughter Mona is up for
a few days taking care of everything for us and we really appre-
ciate her..
There are many people in our neighborhood who need to
stay on your prayer list, but the only one we need to add is Pete
Allen who, the last we heard, was facing an amputation.
We know you won't read this 'til after Thanksgiving so we
hope you all had a.very wonderful holiday and that mote than
the turkey was stuffed! And now Christmas is coming and
everyone is having a great time except for Mama in the kitchen
who will still enjoy the fruits of her labor on that wonderful day.
See you soon, we hope.


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Service of Remembrance offers a wonderful opportunity to honor o"ir -da.,:a seas. g s
The Big Bend Hospice brance on Tuesday, November in the commum- Grant and Richard Quacken- Gensel for them to pass the
Madison County Advisory 29 at 5:30 p.m. The Service of ty," said Catherine bush, along with Big Bend light to those gathered for the
Council invites everyone to Remembrance will be held at Arnold, Big Bend Hospice Chaplin Trina Mc- Service.
the annual Service of Remem- the Wachovia Bank, 400 West Hospice's com- Carthy will bring words of Following the-Service,
Smunity relations comfort. A message of hope The Big Bend Hospice Madi-
-.'a representative. will be presented by Big Bend .son Advisory Council will
Advisory Council Hospice Grief and Loss Coun- host a reception organized by
Members Wilma selor Rosey Ilic. Lillian Balloon and Mattie
Dickey, Deloris. The Service will conclude Bowles.
Jones, Willie with a candle lighting ceremo- Big Bend Hospice's Tree
'i B Clare Copeland, ny where candles will be light- of. Remembrance also offers

^ P I1 t V -. P'Sapp, Randy one represented at the Service.' loved one. For a donation, a
'- -" Buchanan and Big Bend Hospice Madison bow, bell or angel cani be
.r.: :... Phyllis Williams County Team members, Jan placed on the Tree of Remem-
%k'::"; ; I ,.'_ will greet those at- Lee, Carol Rykard, Gwen brance at Wachovia Bank,
F tending. Sadler, Cheryl Registed and Madison CountN Community
Id 61 Jb This year's Pat Crafton will pass the light Bank or FMB in Green% ille in
I-- .... : ; -.. Base Street. Service of Remembrance will to Advisory Council members memory or hoor r of a loved
.Big Bend Hospice's Ser- include music bv Bin Bend Louise Strickland and Joy one.


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Let us Honor and Thank You for all you do
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vice of Remembrance is a
non-denominational service
that brings together Madison
County residents to honor the
memories of loved ones at this
very special time of the year.
"So often people become:
overwhelmed with emotions
during the holiday season. Big
Bend.Hospice's Service of Re-
membrance provides, a won-
derful opportunity to pause to
remember, pay honor and find
support. This is a time for re-
membrance open to everyone


Every boy and girl would
love to get their own Free Per-
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Santa Claus and it's now avail-
able free at www.letters-from-
santa.net
A personalized Free Letter
from Santa Claus will thrill the
'hirts of children thiu'h6liday~
season. Imagine the look of
wonder and excitement as a


Hospice's' Music Therapists.
Julie Callaham, Sarah Piercy
and hospice staff Kathy Bass
and Marilyn Nations perform-
ing "Seasons of Love". Big
Bend Hospice. Family Coun-
selor John Peterson will pre-
sent "Come out of the circle of
time and into the circle of
love" this year's theme, and
Mary Frances Mauldin will
share a Hospice Reflection.
Big Bend Hospice Advisory
Council Members, the Rev-
erends Oliver Bradley, Greg


child holds their personalized
letter from jolly old Saint
Nick. In addition to the letter
from Santa, there is a uhn Kit
that includes a colorful map
showing Santa's route from
the North Pole to the child's
own house, an informative let-
ter. about the North Pole-writ-
ten to them from Mrs. Claus,
exciting games and coloring
pictures, a full color poem of
"Twas' The Night Before
Christmas" and a special letter
explaining the true spirit of
Christmas and the fact that
there really isa Santa Claus.
There is enen a letter to Santa
that a child can fill out with
their own special message to
Santa. Children will .experi-:
ence, the joy and thrill of re-
ceiving their very o% n person-
alized Letter and Fun Kit di-
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and they are only $2.95 each
after that .Free online at
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Pfc. KEViIN L. ChERRy
Army National Guard Pfc. Kevin L. Cherry has graduated
from basic combat training at Fort Jackson. Columbia. S.C.
During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the
.rm mission, history. tradition and core values physical fit-
ness. and received instruction and practice in basic combat
skills, niilitary w weapons. chemical % arfare and ba onet training.
drill and ceremony, marching, rifle marksmanship, armed and
unarmed combat, map reading, field tactics, military courtesy.
military justice system, basic first aid, foot marches. and field
training exercises.
He is the son of Roose\ elt and CarolN n Cherr\ of Coleman
Ave.. Madison. Fla.
The private is a 2003 graduate of Continental Academy,
Coral Gables. Fla.


S Send us your name and daytime phone number,
and we'll put you in the drawing to win 2 tickets
to Wild Adventures Theme Park. Two winners will each
receive 2 tickets. Deadline for entry is Nov. 30 at 5:00.
The drawing will be held on December 1.
No Photoconies Allowed


Name
Phone (daytime)
Mail your entry to: Greene Publishing, Inc., P.O. Drawer 772 *
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Madison County Carrier/Enterprise-Recorder Office located
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Community Colendor -o


November 25
The Campbells Present an
Old Tyme Gospel Sing on Fri-
day, November 25 at 7:00 p.m.
in Live Oak at the Spirit of the
Suwannee Music Park Music
Hall. This is a free concert and
lots of fun. Call Pam at (386)
362-5214 for more informa-
tion.
November 27
A reception honoring the
newly elected moderator of the
First Bethlehem Baptist Asso-
ciation, the honorable Rev-
erend J.B. Duval, will be held
on Sunday evening, November
27 at 5:00 p.m. at the Woman's
Club on Lake Shore Drive in
Madison. Representatives
from each church are request-
ed to attend. Your cooperation
and your presence is appreciat-
ed. Each and everyone is in-
vited.


November 27
The Sunday after Thanks-
giving has been designated
"Blanket Sunday" at the First
United Methodist Church.
Please bring a warm, new
blanket to share with someone
less fortunate during the cold
winter nights. Thank you.
November 28
Boy Scout Troop #633,
Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts
Troop #408 all meet every
Monday at 7:00 p.m. at the
Woman's Club Building on
Lake Francis. For more infor-
mation, call Norman Bright-
well, Boy Scoutmaster and
Cub Scout Cubmaster at 850-
971-5114 or Lanette Hill for
Girl Scouts at 850-869-0297.
November 29
A.A. Meetings are held
every Tuesday at 12:00 noon at
the St. Vincent DePaul "Social


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Hall" located at N.W. Meeting
Ave. in Madison.
December 3
Innovative Agape Min-
istries, Inc. in Tallahassee will
be holding Adoption and Foster
Care Parenting ORientation
Classes from 1:00 3:00 p.m.
For more information or reser-
vations, please contact One
Church, One Child of Florida,
Ipc. at 850-414-5620 or toll
free at 888-283-0886.
December 9
Pine Lake Healing Garden
Open House on December 9
from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. Brief
dedication ceremony, refresh-
ments, come and join us. Spon-
sored by the Pine Lake Nursing
Home.
December 10
It is time for The Shoot at
Cherry Lake Crossroads. The
Cherry Lake Fire Department
will be hosting a Turkey Shoot
from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 pin.
December 13
Newly formed North Flori-
da Conservation and Airboat
Alliance Club looking foir new
members and will meet each
second Tuesday of e\ ern month
at 7:00 p.m. at Mark Car her's
cook shed. For more informa-
tion call Chris Aue at 386-658-
1092.
December 15
As of December 15, 2005,
the Energy Assistance for he el-
derly program will have addi-
tional funds for r-four 14
months, from December till
March. To get additional infor-
mation or assistance, call the
Senior Citizens Council at 973-
4241 and ask for Joan. Qualifi-
.pat onS:.pply,; _.,': ...:


December 18
New Chapel M.B. Church
Greenville, will be celebrating
their annual church anniversary
on December 18, at 11:00 a.m.
Cross Roads M.B. Church,
Madison will be in charge.-El-
der Matthew Combes, Pastor.


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55-Plus Club Meeting Held At

United Methodist Cooperative


The 55-Plus Club met
Nov. 9th at the United
Methodist Cooperative Cen-
ter at 12 noon. The Cooper-
ative is located on Highway
145 about 5 miles north of
Madison.
Members say that any-
one in the community who
is 55 years old or older is
welcome to attend the meet-
ings.
The members and guests
enjoyed a luncheon of soup,
sandwiches, and a dessert.
All is free, and there are not
other costs of any kind. No
reservations are necessary.
The host for the Decem-
ber 7th meeting will be the
United Methodist Church of
Greenville.
The program chairman
for December will be Stuart,
Fenneman.
The December 7th meet-
ing is one week earlier than
usual in order for the North
Florida College Sentinel
Singers to present a musical
program. The Sentinel
Singers are directed by Pro-,
fessor Rebecca Burkhart.
For more information


about the 55 Plus club or
any outreach program of the
United Methodist Church
Ministries, anyone may call
Linda Gaston, Coordinator
at 850-929-4938.


Members say to remem-
ber the date of December
7th. This is the first
Wednesday of the month.
They hope to see new mem-
bers, or guests, there.


Lou Strickland, left, Ila Willis, center. and Leon Strick-
land enjoyed the 55-Plus Club meeting.


Enjoying the fellowship at the 55-Plus Club meeting in
November are (left to right) : Ron Hidy, Willis Nloore, and
Roger Guidinger.


Tony Hughey is the Vice-
Chairman of the United
Methodist Cooperative Min-
istries. The group %will meet
again December 7.


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Hosts Farm-City Week Breakfast


By Emerald Kinsley
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County Farm Bureau hosted its annual
Farm City Week Breakfast on Tuesday morning, Novem-
ber 22. The meeting began with a prayer and the pledge of
allegiance to the flag. The delicious breakfast, for every-
one in attendance, consisted of biscuits and gravy, scram-
bled eggs, sausage, grits, orange juice and milk.


.The special guests at.this year's Farm Cit\ Week
Breakfast were the local law enforcement men, and
women. Will Kendrick, state representative, was the
guest speaker and publicly thanked the law enforcement
present for the job that they do on a day-to-day basis. He
thanked them for not only the life threatening duties that
they face, but also for the simple tasks that they perform
daily.


Farm City Week is a time to bring the urban sector to-
gether with the farmers. The week preceding Thanksgiv-
ing is nalionall\ designated as Farm-City Week. This is a
week to reflect on the importance of agriculture, and what
farmers and ranchers meaii to the economy of our country,
our st.ite, and our nation: Dan Bucihanan said, "We can do
without a lot of industries in this country. But the one in-
dustry~ eie cannot do without is the Ag industry."


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Farm-City Week is the week preceding Thanksgiving.
State Representative Will Kendrick (seated at left), and
Madison Mayor Myra Valentine are pictured as they sign
Madison's Farm-City Week proclamation. Madison's Farm
Bureau President, Jeffrey Hamrick, is pictured in the back-
ground. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Kinsley
November 22, 2005)

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Back row, left to right are: John C. Webb; Michael Lawson; Jimmy King; Bo-Bo Agner; Dan Buchanan; Freddy Pitts;
and Timmy Tuten. Front Row, left to right; are: Bubba Greene; Ginny Paarlberg; Lindsey Lawson; Debbie King: Brenda
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Friday, November 25, 2005


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 9A


Happenings At Madison First Baptist


By Nell Dobbs
Day After Thanksgiving,
2005
"Let everything that hath
breath praise the Lord." Some
thoughts from the song we
sang, "For the Beauty of the
Earth."
For the beauty of the
Earth...the wonder of each
hour...the Joy of human love...
Thy church...the joy of ear and
eye...Thyself, best Gift Di-
vine...friends on earth and
friends above...the mystic har-
mony of love...that great, great
love of Thine...peace on earth,
and joy in heaven...
Clyattville Methodist: do
the Math! Count your bless-
ings!
Beautiful flowers were
placed in church Sunday in
loving memory of Dr. William
Clark by his family. Bless his
family. Time passes and yet
precious memories remain.

FirstUntited Methodist Church


Anoiiunes '1anket Sund
T he
Sunday af-
ter Thanks-
ji\in- has
been desig-
UNITED n e d
METHODIST B I a nket
CHURCH Sunday" at
*.". ~ tihe First
United Methodist Church.
Please bring a warm,
new blanket to share with
someone less fortunate dur-
ing the cold winter nights.


May the family of Mr.
George Tolar be comforted as
his leaving has left their home
so lonely. Robert and Mar-
garet are in our church and we
pray for them and all others.
We continue praying for
Velma Wynn's family and all
others sad ones. We pray for
JoAllen Willis and Mary
Buchanan and all their family
in the sudden death of their 38
year-old nephew, Brad Wells.
What a joy for us as the
Children's Choir sang "Asanta:
Sana Jesu" their first time
singing, Liane Wakefield
blessed us singing as did the
Chancel Choir singing
"Thanksgiving medley."
The message was by Ter-
ry Williams, Director of
Church Music Department of
the Florida Baptist Conven-
tion. What a message! "Wor-
ship-The Ultimate Priority.",
Jesus said, "Thou shalt love


the Lord thy God with all thy
heart, and with all thy soul,
and with all thy mind... and
the second is like unto it, Thou
shalt love thy neighbor as thy-
self." We must get our verti-
cal relationship with God right
before we can get our horizon-
tal. relationship with man
right.
Commmunity -Wide
Thanksgiving at the Madison
Church of God was such a
blessing as we shared wor-
ship. Alexis Stalnaker sang,
"Thank You" and it touched
us-brought to my mind when
it was sung at Charles Robin-
son's funeral those years ago.
Each preacher blessed us!
The Community Choir and the
Orchestra under Billy Luttrell
are such blessings. Preacher
Robbie Agner's message was
"Giving. thanks for'God, for
Jesus, for the Holy, Spirit as
he brought to our minds so


many promises and His stead-
fast love and faithfulness.
Again, we give.thanks for be-
ing able to worship together!
Congratulations to Mr.
and Mrs. Heath Driggers on
their new baby boy.
A very sweet message of
thanks from John Leigh
Webb...we would like to ex-
tend our sincere appreciation
to our church family and
friends for all the wonderful
things done for us before and
during our wedding. Your ex-
ample to us of Christian love
and concern will be a comner-
stone of the foundation of life
to2ether...\%e love you.
We give thanks for Ver-
non and Cind) How\ard being
able to be in church Sunday
after Vernon's very serious
surgery and long, slow recov-
ery. We.pray for themand her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sweat,
who are also ill. The) are


missed in worship. Pray for
Ann Agner as she had shoul-
der surgery on Monday" in
South Georgia.
Pray for Otis Williams in
VA, for the three Robinson lit-
tle ones' with chicken pox,
their Grandmother Robison.
with open heart surgery ,Sara
Pippin, Wanda Waring and Ju-
lian Andrews.
Remember to be praying
for our Revival Sunday the
27th through December 1,
S2005. As Richard Coss. Evan-
gelist preaches anid as he
speaks to middle and high,
school students.


A correction: Margaret
Morris is 93 and Mildred
Bruner 90.
May the Lord bless us one
and all and, give us grateful
hearts to be thankful for all
thin' s!
Amen


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A little fellow Was stand-
ing on a scale, and being ambi-
tious to outweigh others he
puffed out his .cheeks and
swelled up like a frog.
"That won't do you any
good," cried a friend, "You
can only weigh what you are!"
There was a king who
tried that stunt, and the Lord
said to him, "Thou art weighed
*in the balances. And art found
wanting."
Today the Lord places you
on His scales. They're perfect.
As He checks the weight He
says, "There is none'righteous,
no, not one." Everyone with-
out Christ is "found wanting."
Receive the Lord Jesus
now, and let Him give you the
righteousness you can't earn,
won't you?

Phone Home

It's Me GOD!

"And I will pray the Fa-
ther, and He will give you an-
other Helper, that He may
abide with you forever the
Spirit of truth, whom the world
cannot receive, because it nei-
ther sees Him nor knows Him;
but you know Him, for He
dwells with you and will be in
you." -John 14:16-17
Because of Jesus' sacrifice
on the cross, He was able to
leave all mankind with hope -
hope for eternal life with Me in
Heaven. However, He did not
forsake you when He left the
earth. He left with you the
Holy Spirit, who intercedes for
you and tries to show you the
way.
The Spirit is not in the
form of a'man, as Jesus was.
He lives in your heart. Yet, if
you know Jesus and accept
Him, you will know the Spirit.
You will recognize His hand in
all you do.
Listen to your heart. Lis-
ten to the Spirit.
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BARBARA MEMORIAL CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
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FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH
15l l I l .i .c "r ". IMadioun I I.. 32.411
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M morning \\ in l.p.p...... ... ................... ...... ........ .. .... I I :Ill ..m .
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FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH
One mile north of Madison on 145.
Steve Meiirgue, Pastor
Gary Gazlay, Music Director
.ackie Watts, Student Pastor
Youth & Children's Ministries,
Active Young Adult Ministry
Offce: 973-3266
Morning Worship 8:30a.m. & 11:00 a.m.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday: Family Night Call For Schedule
"A aInmi&r afa,,,miies .. '"CionmparaOry Frs/hip"
/'Ain"ere'/ed i/1 a timew gertp, dca;//.- 7?-.3266S


FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
I Since 18360
Horry at Rutledge St., Phone 973-6295
Rev. Lee Monroc Ferl)on, O.S.L.
Brian Sanderson. Youth Pastor
Jim Catron, Lay Leader
Service of Word & Table 8:30 a.m.
Sunday Schooi 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Moring-Worship 11:00 na.m.
Wednesday All Youth (grades 6-8) 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Youth (grades 9-12) 7:0) p.m.
Men's Fellowship Ireakfast (3rd Sunday) 8:;H) a.m.
Women's Neeting & lunch (1st Monday).........................12:00 Noon
Sunday II AM Service Now, n )t WAF 1230 AM
Everyone is welcome to atll events


S A C'iongrL.illon il Ih: Prcsl, ileriaun ('llCrch In .lAmerica
12)11) NIlrrh 1Vaslllnrgtn SI. 973. 1692
SuinddHi School I or 411.I ges 9:45 a.ll..
Sundlil arn l lling I ip. ............. I1:IKI a.I.
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luullI (.Iluu pi 11 12111(J .....,..... .... r,6:.l .n.
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lFridu. Mhn' Prviiyveiaredktfas 7.;00 a.im.
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GREENVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH
S13,5W, NIl n1' M ln *.1 iGiclli~le. II.
S.9 O41-2353
Sundda Schuol I-or ll A\ge. 111:011 .m.
Sunday M nnlling \u, llilp.................................................. I 1:11 n.n
;llndla I- luiiIg I i ulll'pllp .... .......... 7.1111 p.m.
.aildu Il're-.% lhuil. bludL.n .. Adults Choir IR hear'alkl ....... :11 p.m.
5cdrntsdi Pr- Ii'e-lihoul C hildrn,.
o\ulh & Adull Hible Sludi s .......... ........... ...7:110 p.m.
I li' Sunda) iet, ni in nllli Rln's Irenkfuas......... .............X:11 11 i...
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LEE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
I'urlor Caroln Harn
I.rcr Ilurida (Corlner of 255 & 911
Sunday Bible Study ............... :45 n.
.Sunday Morning % or.hilp 11 :UU a.m.
Wed Bible Study 7:lli p.m.
Wed. Children /luullh ,AcItilie 7: IU0 p.mn,
Wed. Adult Choir ...............8:00 p.im.

LEE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Hwy. 255 South, i.ee; Florida *971.5585
Richard Quackenbush, Pastor


Morning Worship
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Sunday iEvening \
Youth C 'un...


:l> p.mn .
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United Methodist Women
Monday after 1st Sunday 7:30 p.m.
Men's Fellowship Breakfast


Sunday 3:004.m1.
Multiple Weekly Bible Studies / Activities
"Conneeuling The Community With Christ"


r" ADISON CHURCH OF GOD
771 NI. L'olin KelII Hwy., Madison. FL.
973-6307
Re~. Doine Class, Pasror
Su inday S llnnl................ ...... 10:00 a.m.
lMorniig VWnr.llip..................... .... 11:00 a.m.
.Er. enil t or llp................... 6:00 p.m.
1edlfbda Muhl Siei iv L........... 7:00 p.m.
MT. ZION A.M.E. CHURCH
"a I rli.nlly Church"
Chuern lake, FL
,- s 850-u924355
Re..Ilohnnie Mlerrick, Paslor
Sundau) Sclr ol.. ........... ............. 10:00 a.m.
l'ast1i'il Sulndas I q & 31"dii %1ilat 11:15 a.m.
'.nlh Clllrth l2nd Sluldai I :15 a.m.
Mls.ioli/l.auiAnvn 4hl Sundut 11:15 ajm.
REAPERS OF THE HARVEST CHURCH
.1 IMlilke. \~,.1 tO G(rccnille, FL. Hwy 91)
S.,muel lla... Sr., Pastor
Sundu. 'Schonl................. 10:00 a.m.
Morning Wvurslip...................... .. 1:00.m.
IE s niing \urship...... ................................ ......................6:00 p.m .
vedtlicsdai Nihlil .I SLICe 7:30 p.m.
'Alndrf h. the dalr tu Pentecost 'was fully come.
it He.t'rrv all 'wirlh nOe aicrord b one place." Acts 2:1
F.Ecryaonut i s al ays welcome
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
IU N.'.Hurr St.L,973-8338
The Ret lien Pfeil Vicar
'Joe Imlntlc. Senior Warden
hlindu C'l irch School .. ...... ............ ....111:00 a .m.
Sunday> Hulh Iilrulsluri................. IU:00 a.m.
Mission Hl..d 2nd .un'd~. ................... 11:00 a.m.
Ipi.copal ( huich ,o mel .li rd Sunday 11:00 a.m.
VIqil(ni alsruas welcome


ST. VI ENT EPAUL
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
Meeting & S'nter St., 973-2428
Rev. EniestSylvestre, OMI
Sandv 7d0um


Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday Mtss 7:30 a.m.
Thursday Mass 7:30 a.m.
Saturday MaIss 5:30 p.m.
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Sunday School
I'reachint


303 Range St., Madison. Fl,.
(352) 361-3055
Pastor- Daniel Riggs


Sunday .I(vening
Wednesday Service
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6:04I p.m.
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at 6pm. Meetings are held in
the media center at the School
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V.S.US Reports Fall
Valdosta State Uni ersi-
ty reached a student enroll-
ment of 10.503 for the fall
2005 semester, according to
numbers recently released
by the University System of
Georgia (USG). Enrollment
numbers rose one percent
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Nearly 40 percent of
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is from southwest Georgia.
however, the university's
southern charm is drawing
increasing ,numbers froth
Metro Atlanta. lin fact, 41
percent of first-time fresh-
men this year are from the
Metio Atlanta area and quite
comparable to the 33 per-
cent who come from within
VSU's 41-count) region.
Edtwon Nlyree, a senior
in Mass Media and original-
ly from East Point, outside
of Atlanta, said he was
drawn to the student life at
VSU. "I was looking for
the whole college experi-
ence, campus life, dorm life.
and all aspects of campus
culture," said Myree.
VSU:drew six percent
of its student population this
year from out of state, rep-
resenting a total of 43 states
and one U.S. territory. The
international;programs have
also attracted a growing
number, this year 249 stu-
dents representing over 60
countries, which is up near-
ly 12 percent over last year.
Minorities make up 26.2
percent of VSU enrollment
numbers. Enrollments
among .African-Americans
rose one percent over last
year to 21 percent, a trend
VSU hopes to see continue.
With a recent $15,000 grant
from the Board of Regents
of the USG to implement the
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one Reach Optimum Educa-
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VSU seeks to help increase
the recruitment, retention
and graduation of African-
American males as part of
the USG African-American
Male Initiative.
VSU's graduate school
also witnessed a nearly two
percent increase. With the
addition of two new pro-
grams,.the Master in Music
Performance and the Master
in Biology, graduate stu-
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SPORTS


Friday, November 25, 2005


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 11A


NFCC Baseball Players Accept University Scholarships


NFCC's T.C. Clayton
signed with Lincoln Memori-
al University in Harrogate,
Tenn. And, infielder Trent
Taylor signed with Mercer
University in Macon, Ga. an-
nounced Steve Givens, Ph.D.,
NFCC head baseball coach.
Clayton, from Perry,
Fla., made the 2nd team in
the Panhandle Conference
last year. Clayton, the son of
Jerry and Delois Clayton,
plans to major in education
and leaves NFCC after the
fall term.
Taylor, who plays infield
with the NFCC Sentinels, is
a graduate of Fitzgerald High


in Fitzgerald, Ga. Taylor
graduates in the Spring of
2006 and will pursue a de-
gree in physical therapy fol-
lowing in his father's foot-
steps. He is the son of Steve
and Kathy Taylor.
The NFCC Sentinels be-
gin the spring season Jan.
29th against ABAC away,
and bring it home to play
Santa Fe Community Col-
lege, Jan. 30 at 3 p.m.
For information about
NFCC baseball contact
Coach Givens at 850.973-
1628 or go online to
www.nfcc.edu. (Keyword-
Athletics).


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Coach Steve Givens and baseball player Trent Taylor are
pictured at Taylor's signing with Mercer University.


Coach Steve Givens and baseball player T.C. Clayton
are at Cla ton's signing with Lincoln Memorial.


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Madison Academy Rasketball
Schedule For November- And
December 2005

November 29th Community Christian Away- girls
4:30- boys 5:30 (Held at Celebration Baptist Church)
: Dec.lst LightHouse Children's Home ':Away...-.girls
only 4:30
Dec. 5th Steinhatchee Away girl 5:3,0.- boys 6:30
Dec.6th -Aucilla Home (NFCC) girls -5:00- boys.
L ..6: .004 ,r '
Dec. 8th Communit Christian.-. Hone.(NFCC) girls.
5:30 bo-s 6:30
Dec. 12th Aucilla Away girls 3:30 boys 4:30
S.Dec. 13th Corinth Home (NFCC) girls 5:30 boys
6:30
Girls Coaching Staff:.
Head Coach: Keith Webb -
Assistant Coach: Sabrenia Redding
Boys Coaching Staff:
Head'Coach: Charlie Barfield
Assistant Coach: Michael Blue

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OUTDOORS


Friday, November 25, 2005


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Paul Kinsley shot and killed this six-point buck on Saturday, November 19. (Greene
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.\ver Thomas and his son Ethan are shown m ith this ten-point buck that w as shot on
the morning of November 18. (Greene Publishing Inc. Photo b3 Carla Barrett, November
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NFCC Artist Series features Sinatra favorites Dec. 1

Cary Hoffman Stars In "My Sinatra:


The Songs And The Stories"


The North Florida Com-
munity College Artist Series
invites you to sit back, relax,
and enjoy the sounds and sto-
ry of Frank Sinatra on Thurs-
day, Dec. 1 at Van H. Priest
Auditorium. New York
crooner Cary Hoffman 'and
his 11 piece band will bring
back Sinatra's classics with
amazing talent beginning at 7
p.m.
According to the New;
York Post, "Cary Hoffman is
an...Amazing Talent...like
Sinatra in his prime."
"My Sinatra: The Songs
and The Stories" highlights
the brilliant songs Sinatra
turned into American pop
standards in his classic period
from 1953 to the early 60's.
Hoffman's PBS-TV special of
the same name, received
record breaking ratings and
pledge dollar donations when
it aired in New York City,
June 3, 2003.
"I closed my eyes and he'
brought back Sinatra," said
actor Danny Aiello.
The show details the mu-
sic and m) th behind 01' Blue
Eyes as well as Hoffman's


"Hoffman does sound
amazingly like the Chair-
man... h6 has the phrasing...
down so pat, it's almost hard
to kno'% to whom you are lis-
tening." The Dail) News.
Join the NFCC Artist Se-
ries for a night of Sinatra fa-
vorites Thursday, Dec. 1 at
Van H. Priest Auditorium, 7
p.m. Tickets are on sale now
at the NFCC College Ad-
'ancenient Office or by call-
ing ($50) 973-1653.
For more information on
the NFCC Artist Series visit
Swww.nfcc.edu. For more in-
. formation on Cary Hoffinan.
visit www.carysingssinatra.
com.


passionuluH jlU inatLa llU Ills JnuIIImai wini a uawri up
music. of horns, piano, drums'and
"He's a great singer... bass will perform some of
who doesn't imitate Sinatra... Sinatra's most well known
just natural. sounds like .musical hits, such as: '-ve
him. Absolutely incredible! Got The World On A String."
-Mark Simone, WABC'Ra- "Fly Me To The Moon" and
dio host and Sinatra expert. "Under My Skin."

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North Florida Community College is hosting a
"Tribute to Ray Charles Concert" Feb. 17,
2006, 7 p.m., at Van H. Priest Auditorium.
The concert will feature

: The Leon Anderson Jazz Ensemble (FSU)
* VSU Jazz Ensemble
* FAMU Jazz Ensemble
*And remembrances of those who grew
up with or knew Ray Charles Robinson


Do you have a story about RayCharles?

North Florida Community College is collecting remembrances of Ray Charles. If you or
a family member has a story to share, please let us hear from you. Write your story.
Mail to NFCC/Ray Charles Tribute, 325 NW Turner Davis Drive, Madison, FL 32340


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Playing at the Madison Drive-In Theatre: ilhite
, Chrisnans in color \with Bing Crosby. Danny Ka)e. and
SRosemary Clooney. Also for Nour enjoy ment a cartoon
S dill be shown.
S Misses Edith and Rebecca Bumette of Lake City
S are Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bur-
,, nette and family.
SThe O.R. Hamrick and Griffin Bishop families are
)spending Thanksgiving on a fishing trip on the Su\ian-
nee Riler.


November 26, 1965 Edition


Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Sirmon and family left
Wednesday\ for Dozier. AL where they \ill spend a few
Says w ith Mr. Sirmon's parents.
SThe Senior Class of Greenville High School had a
Stanle\ Part\ at the home of Mrs. Ta\lor. There were
25 present and the seniors had a good profit off the
sales.
Named as State winners in the 4-H 1965 Club Pro-
jects were Steve Platt, Edwin Andrew, Ronald Prentice
and Jerry Reid. These youngg men are to attend the Na-
tional 4-H Club Congress in Chicago.


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November 21, 1975 Edition


The Madison Rotary Club sponsored the Bicenten-
nial Youth Debate at Madison High School. Thirteen ,
students participated and the judges for the event were
Mrs. Valentine Nicholson and Mrs. Jenny Bums.
The results of the Jaycee Shootin" Match in the rim-
fire rifle class for "closest to the mark" were that Steve
Cox and Gerald Anderson tied. They missed the "X"
by on] four tenths of an inch.
The Madison Garden Club chose for the yard of the
month in Madison Mr. and Mrs. J.O. Cooke, Jr. and Mr.
and Mrs. Vernal Webb were selected for the Rural Gar-
den Yard.


November 21, 1985 Edition


Students at Madison Middle School participated in
the Book Fair. Librarian Frances Sanders and her as-
sistant Mary Frances Mlauldin helped students with
their selections.
Emerald Greene was crowned Miss Aucilla Christ-
ian Academy at the school's annual pageant. Miss
Greene won the talent award with her magic act.
Madison's Kountry Kickers Clogging Team partic-
ipated in the Mayo Annual Pioneer Day.


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Fire. Hardwire or wireless mo-
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glass break detectors, heat and
smoke detectors, panic buttons,
and many brand new and innov-
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company. BEST PRICES!!
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Peacock's Landscaping
Lawn Irrigation
Drip Irrigation
Design & Free Estimates
(850) 973-2848

Excavating Work
Land Clearing, Ponds, Stump Re-
moval, Demolition, and Roads. No
Job Too Small. Free Estimates. Call
Paul Kinsley at 850-973-6326

Foreclosure Stopped
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Just in time for hunting.season
For sale 1994 GMC Suburban 4x4,
custom grill & flood lights. Rear
air, has a few dents but runs great.
Blue book 7-8k, will take $5,000
obo 464-0522.

I Chief Canoe w/trailerI
$500 464-0522






Washer & Dryer $100
Electric Stole\ $7.5
Contact Mattie 973-2877


251bs. of Clean'
Bundled Newspapers.
$2 each.
850-973-4141






Fresh Pecans Wanted
Needed For
Holiday Baking
Latrelle 973-8548
Call Before 9pm Please



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S reenville Pointe

SApartments

1,2 & 3 BR HC & non-HC acces-
sible apts. HUD vouchers accept-
ed. Call 850-948-3036. TDD/TTY
711. 192 NW Greenville Pointe
Trail, Greenville, FL 32331.
Equal Housing Opportunity
Office or Medical Space
Approximately 4,000 square feet
of newly remodeled professional
office space. Includes 10 office
exam rooms, conference room,
storage room, break room, and
waiting area. Conveniently located
in downtown Madison, Fl. Ideal'for
office or medical related space. For
Lease.
Searcy Realty
(850) 973-4049 or (850) 973-5498.
Jim or Vivian Searcy
Small Efficiency House
One person only, For someone who
likes a quiet & private place. Two
miles from the city of Madison.
Call before 8pm.
850-973-6991


C outhem 'illas of

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HUD vouchers accepted. 1,2, & 3 .
BR, HC & hon-HC accessible apts.
Call 850-973-8582/ TDDTTY 711.
200 Southern Villas Circle, Madi-
son, FL 32340.
Equal Housing Opportunity.


Homes for Rent
1, 2, & 3 bedroom homes, HUD
accepted. Day- 850-973-4527 or
Night- 850-973-1336


Cambridge Manor
Apartments designed for Se-
nior's and Disabled. 1 & 2 bed-
rooms, HUD vouchers accepted
Call 850-973-3786 TTY Acs
711
Equal Housing Opportunity

Mobile Homes For Rent
2bdrm 1 bath Mobile Homes in
Park for $135 per week with $120
worth of electric paid per month.
$300 Security deposit.
Please call: 850-570-0742




Watermelon Land
For Lease
Several hundred acres of new
ground and old laid'out fields.
South of Madison city limits near
Browning and Sons watermelon
packing house. Ideal for watermel-
on land

Contact Tommy Greene at
(850) 973-4141


Commercial/Industrial
Property

with state highway frontage-23
acres, Corner lots. Front both
Har'. e Greene Drive and High-
v.; :. 3 S,.:.iih Natural gas line,
Siinh ..ier main, access to the
city utilities, fire hydrant, and
service from two power compa-
nies. Property has easy access to
1-10, via SR 53 & SR 14. Will
build to suit tenant.

Call Tommy Greene
850-973-4141






Local Investor
Liquidating Properties!
-Excellent Opportunity-

S$39,900 Two Bedroom, home
$49,900 Spacious Doublewide
$74,900 Two Family Duplex
$84,900 Two Family Duplex


Pioneer Excavating
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Land Clearing, Ponds, Stump Re-
moval, Demolition, Roads, Mow-
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Tilling.
-No Job Too Small-Free Estimates-
Call Paul Kinsley 850-973-6326

CASH $$ Paid for land,
acreage, homes or mobile
homes with property. Top
dollar paid with quick clos-
ing.
Call Ben (386) 365-7653

4/2 MH on 5 fenced acres in
Madison. Must see! Open House
November 26 & 27, 10 am-2 pm,
Agents welcome, bring CSA's.,
865-385-1559

Peacefull Secluded
3 bedroom, 2 bath home, 1 acre
on highway 152, Jennings, FL.
$94,500 Owner Financing
Photos available 386-938-2608









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Managers & Assistant
Managers Needed
Fast Track Foods Convenience
Store Co is now' accepting ap-
plications. Seeking highly moti-
vated, experienced and enthusi-
astic professionals for the Madi-
son and Greenville areas. "
Call Bertie at 352-494-7550 for
more information.



Reporter

Wanted
Greene Publishing, Inc., has
an opening for a News Re-
porter. Should be dependable
with a pleasant personality.
Required to have good Jour-
nalistic skills ,and .computer
knowledge. Command of the
English language and its
proper usage a must. Need to
have your own dependable
transportation and practice a
good work ethic. Apply in
person ONLY at the Madison
County Carrier. Hwy 53
South.


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Professional appearance and pleas-
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and maintain a team player rela-
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required. Apply in person at our
Hwy 53 office.


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Contact: Kathryn Reed, LPN 904-
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portunity for growth. Please mail
resume to following: Relief Print-
ing 240'SW Commerce Drive, P. O.
Box 650, Madison, FL 32341 or fax
to: (850)973-6950 Attn: Sherry
Finney


Madison County
Memorial Hospital
Seeking Certified Dietary Manager
Call (850)973-2271 or fax
resume to (850)973-8158


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO. 2005-421-CA

IN RE: The Marriage of.

JENNIFER S. WALKER-LAZZAROTTO

Petitioner/Wife
vs.

JOSEPH J. LAZZAROTTO

Respondent/Husband.

NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE

TO: JOSEPH J. LAZZAROTTO
2848 North Dixie Highway
Boca Raton, Florida 33431

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed againstyou and that you are
required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on E. BAILEY BROWNING
III, Attorney For Petitioner, whose address is:

E. Bailey Browning III
Post Office Drawer 652
Madison, Florida, 32341

on or before December 12, 2005, and file the original with the clerk of this Court at:

Madison County Clerk of Court
Post Office Box 237
Madison, Florida, 32341

before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may be
entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are available at the
Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You may review these documents upon request.

You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office notified of your current
address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, d0 Florida Family Law Form 12.915.)
Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's office.

WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rauls of Pruiedure, require
certain automatic disclosure of documents and information Failue i comply can result in
sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings.


Datrd 11-09-05


HON. IM SANDERS
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT

By: IslRamona Diklumon
Deputy Clerk


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BID NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Madison County,
Florida will be accepting sealed bids for the following: One (1) New Current Model
Wheel Loader and known as Bid Number 2005 6.

Sealed bids may be submitted to the Board of County Commissioners by depositing same
at the Board office located in the Madison County Courthouse Annex, Room 219, 112
East Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida 32340, or Post Office Box 539, Madison, Florida
32341, anytime prior to 5:00 PM on Wednesday, November 30, 2005. ANY BID RE-
CEIVED AFTER SUCH DATE AND TIME WILL NOT BE OPENED OR CONSID-
ERED. Sealed bids must be clearly marked as a sealed bid and the bid number must be
printed on the outside of the front of the envelope: One (1) New Wheel Loader, Bid Num-
ber 2005 6..BID MUST CONTAIN A COPY OF THE VENDOR'S MADISON COUN-
TY OCCUPATIONAL LICENSE WHERE APPLICABLE, OR CERTIFIED STATE
CONTRACTOR NUMBER TO BE CONSIDERED FOR AWARD.

Bid Specifications, as well aa olher pertinent documents, may be obtained from the
Madison County Public NVorks/Road Department office located at 2060 NE Rocki Ford
Road
(C-591), 2-miles north of Madison, telephone # 850-973-2156, beginning November 16,
2005. Copies of Specifications are available for inspection at the County Commission Of-
fice during regular office hours.

Madison County reserves the right to waive any informality or to reject any or all bids.

Bids will be opened at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday, December 1, 2005, after which all bids will
be available for public inspection. Award by the Board of County Commissioners will be
scheduled at a later date and all vendors will be notified in writing of the successful bid-
der.

Dates of ad: Noitmber 16. 18.21.& 25, 2005
BID NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Madison County,
Florida will be accepting sealed bids for the following: One i I New Current Model Tan-
dem Drive Mlnor Grader, Heavy Duty Category: Caterpillar No. 12H or John Deere
770D or Equivalent, and known as Bid Number.2005 7.

Sealed bids ma) be submilied to ihe Board of Count) Commissimners by depositing same
at the Board office located in the Madison County Courthouse Anne%. Room 219. 112
East Pilickney Street, Madison. Florida 32340, or Post Office Box 539. Madison. Florida
32341, anytime prior to 5:111 PM on Wednesdayy No ember 30. 21105. AN1 BID RE-
CEIVED AFTER SUCH DTE NND TIME SILL NOT BE OPENED OR CONSID-
FRED. Sealed bids must be clearly marked as a sealed bid and the bid number must be
printed on the outside of the front of the envelope: One IIl Nev Tandem Drise Molor
Grader. Bid Number 21105 ". BID MUST CONTAIN .A COPY OF THE VENDOR'S
MADISON COUNTY OCCUPY f ION %L LIC ENSE \'HE RE APPLICABLE. OR CER
TITLED STATE CONTRACT TOR NUMBER TO BE CONSIDERED FOR AWARD.

Bid Specificationi, as sell as other pertinent documents. may be obtained from the
Madison Counry Public \iorksRoad Deparnnen office located at 20615 NE Rocky Ford
Road
iC-5911, 2 miies north of Madison. telephone a 850-973-2156. beginning November 16.
21i05. Copies of Sptifications are a ailablr for inspection at the Count) Commission Of-
fic during regular office hours.

Mladison Counrm reserss the righl to Aaise any informal) or to reject any or all bids.

Bid- mill be opened at 9:0Ii a.m. on Thursday. December I. 21015, after which all bids will
be aiadlable for public inspection. A.ard by} he Board of Counrt Commissioners m ill be
scheduled at a later date and all vendors i sill be notified in writing of the successful bid-
de r.


Dates of ad: Nosemher 16. 18. 21. & 25, 2005



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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO CONSIDER ADOPTION
OF ORDINANCES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the intention of the Town Council of the Town of Lee,
Florida, pursuant to Section 166.041, Florida Statutes, to consider the adoption of a pro-
posed ordinance at the regular meeting of said Town Council to be held on, December 6,
2005 at 7p.m. at the Town Hall, the title to which is as follows:


ORDINANCE NO. 2005-19

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE ANNEXATION
OF CERTAIN PROPERTY CONTIGUOUS TO THE TOWN -
OF LEE AND REDEFINE THE BOUNDARY LINESTO.
INCLUDE SAID PROPERTY PARCEL 15-1S-10-1251-001-00

The ordinance will be effective upon adoption.
The proposed ordinance may be inspected by the public at the Town Hall, 286 N.E. Coun-
ty Road 255, Lee, Florida, All interested persons may appear at the said meeting to be
held on December 6. 2005 at ? p.m. and be heard Hith respect Io the proposed Ordinance.

YOU WILL PLEASE BE GOVERNED ACCORDINGLY..

ANY PERSON who decided to appeal any decision made by the Town Council 'ilh re-
spect to any matter considered at such meeting will need a record of the proceedings, and
that, for such purpose, he or she may need to,insure that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the ap-
peal i' to be based.

11/25.12/2


BID NOT ICE

Notice is hereb., itisn that the Board of County Commissioners of Madison Count.
Florida will be accepting seald bids fr the following' One i Ii Ne% 40011 Gallon \'aler
Tanker Kit, Direct PTO Dris e. Mounted oin a 1986 LT 8000 Ford Chassis, and known as
Bid Number 211115 5.

Sealed bid ma,\ lbe submitted to the Board of Counts Commissioners bs depositing same
al the Board office lorated in the Madison C.,uni. Courthouuse nner. Room 219. 112
East Pincknet Street, Madison. Florida 3234l. or Post Office B..\ 53. Madisnn. Florida
32341. anytime prior to 5:1)fi PM on Wednesdas. November 31I, I2005 N BID RE-
CEI\ED AFTER SUCH DAfE \AND TIME WILL NOT BE OPENED OR CONSID-
ERED. Sealed bids must be clearly marked as a sealed bid and ihe bid number must be
printed on the outside of the Iront of the enrelupe: One .ll Nes -4111U Gallon n\\aer
Tanker Kn. Bid Number 20-5 5. BID MUST CONT~LN \ COP\ OF THE VENDOR'S
MAIDISON COtINT\ OCCUPATION \L LICENSE WHERE APPLICABLE. OR CER-
TIFTED STTE CONTRACTOR NUMBER TO BE CONSIDEREDD FOR A\S iRD.

Bid Spcification,. as well as other pertinent documents. ma\ be obtained frnm the
Madison County Public \\orkssRoad Deparlmeni office located at 2uii) NE Rocky Ford
Road.
IC-591 2 miles north of lMadion. telephone 8501-9"3-2156. beginning November 16,
20l05. Copies ol Specifications are available for inspection at the Counti Commission Of-
rice during regular office hours.

Madison Count) re.serrs the right to "aise an) informalitr or to reject an) or all bidi.

Bids "ill be opened at 9:0" a.m. on Thursda). December I. 20U5. after alich all bids sill
be available for public inspection. Award b3 the Board of Countn Commissioners will be
scheduled at a later date and all vendors 'ill be noilied in during ol the successful bid-
der.


Dates of ad: Noember 16. 18. 21. & 25. 2firi




NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGS OF THE SCHOOL BOARD
OF MADISON COUINI, FLORIDA

I he School Board of Madison County, Florida announces that the School Board
will hold its regular pubhc meetings, to whih all person are invited to attend, as follows


DATES:


TIME:

PLACE:



PURPOSE


December 6,2005
February) 7,2006
March 7,2006
April 4. 2006
Ilay 2, 2006 '
June 6, 2006
July 18, 2006
, ugust 15,10u6
September 19,2006
October 17, 2006

6:00 p.m.

The School Board Meeting Room
210 North East Duval Avenue
Midison, Florida 32340


January 17, 2u06
February 21, 2006
March21,2006
'April18, 2006
Miay-lt6,2096,
June 20, 2006
August 1,2006.
September 5, 2006
October 3,2006
November 7,2006


To consider and act upon the business of the School Board.


A copy of each agenda may be obtained no earlier than 7 days prior to each
meeting by writing to the Superintendent of Schools at 210 North East Duval Avenue,
Madison, Florida 32340 or by calling Ms. Jane Dickey at (850) 973-5022.

Pursuant to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, anyperson
requiring special accommodations to participate in any of the above meetings is asked to
advise the School Board at least 48 hours before the meeting by contacting Ms. Jane Dickey
at (850) 973-5022. If you re hearing or speech impaired, please conrac the School Board by
calling 711.

Ifa person decides toappeal any decision made by the School Board wit respect
to any matter considered at such meetings he or she will need a record of the proceedings,
and that, for such purpose, he or she may need to ensure that a serbatim record of the
proceedings s made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the
appeal is to be based.

School Board of Madison County, Florida
By: Is/ Lou S. Miller
Lou S. Miller,
Superintendent of Schools

Published in the Madison Enterprise Recorder on November 25, 2005.


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