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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title: Madison enterprise recorder
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: T.C. Merchant
Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Creation Date: December 8, 2006
Publication Date: 1933-
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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main: Viewpoints & Opinions
        Section 1
        page A 2
        page A 3
    Section A: Main: Local & Regional Crime Blotter
        page A 4
    Section A: Main: Around Madison County
        page A 5
        page A 6
        page A 7
        page A 8
    Section A: Main: Church
        page A 9
    Section A: Main continued
        page A 10
        page A 11
        page A 12
    Section B: Second Section
        page B 1
    Section B: Second Section: School
        page B 2
    Section B: Second Section: Sports
        page B 3
        page B 4
        page B 5
    Section B: Second Section: Farm & Agriculture
        page B 6
    Section B: Second Section: Outdoors
        page B 7
    Section B: Second Section: Greensheet
        page B 8
        page B 9
        page B 10
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MCMH Board

Of Directors To

Host Monthly

Meeting
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County
Memorial Hospital Board of
Directors will hold its monthly
meeting on Tuesday evening,
December 12, beginning at 6
p.m.
The meeting will be held
in the hospital's cafeteria.
No agenda was available
at press time. The mother of
the hospital's administrator's
secretary had passed away and
David Abercrombie, hospital
administrator, was away on a
family emergency.
All meetings of the hospi-
tal's board are open to the pub-
lic.

School Board

Takes Care

Of Business
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County
School Board took care of
business at its regularly sched-
uled December 5 meeting.
The board approved a con-
tract with James and Carolyn
Ray, doing business as Ray of
Hope Enterprises, to develop
components for the Business
Career Academy at Madison
County Excel Alternative
School.
The board approved fund-
ing for Department of Educa-
tion approved 21st Century
Community Learning Centers
for 2006-2007. The grant is for
$323,200.
The board also approved
an amendment to a consulting
agreement with the Education-
al Research Foundation, Inc.
Revisions to the 2006-
2007 and 2007-2008 school
year calendars were discussed
and approved.
The board agreed to trans-
fer one ESE position from
Madison County High School
to Madison County Excel Al-
ternative School and reduce
Madison County Central
School by one ESE position.
The next scheduled board
meeting is set for December
19.
Madison County
Commission

To Install
"Speed Bumps"
At Hickory
Grove UMC
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County
Commission agreed to install
"speed bumps," such as the
ones found in Yellow Pine
Subdivision at Hickory Grove
United Methodist Church at
their meeting held Wednesday,
December 6.
Bobby Joe Buchanan
spoke at the meeting on behalf
of Hickory Grove UMC.
Please see Speed Bumps,
Page 3A


Man Arrested After Altercation With Former Employer


A physical altercation at
Kenda Farms in Cherry Lake
resulted in the arrest of 42-
year-old Darryl E. Axson for
Aggravated, Battery.
According to the Madison
County Sheriff's Office, at
4:24 p.m. on Thursday, No-
vember 30, Axson's wife, An-
drea Axson, called the Madi-
son County Sheriff's Office
communications center to re-
port that there was a physical
altercation at Kenda Farms
and that a rifle had allegedly


been displayed.
Deputy Jason G. Whit-
field was dispatched to the
scene and Chief Deputy
Leonard Harris and Lieutenant
Mark W. Joost also responded.
The preliminary investi-
gation revealed that Darryl E.
Axson was involved in a ver-
bal altercation concerning his
paycheck. Axson's employ-
ment as a truck driver for Ken-
da Farms had recently been
terminated.
This altercation escalated


to the point that Axson struck
Virginia Kenda twice with his
fist. Andrea Axson allegedly
grabbed Kenda by the hair as
her husband struck her. Ken-
da's pregnant sister, Lynn E.
Kenda, attempted to intervene
but Andrea Axson allegedly
pushed her out of the front
door.
At this point, Richard and
Beverly Kenda came to the aid
of their daughters. Richard L.
Kenda threw a cup and mop at
Darryl E. Axson and Axson


Wreck Seriously Injures One


Madison County Sheriff's Deputy Bill Hart surveys the badly damaged yellow Mus-
tang involved in a single car accident November 20, off 1-10. The driver of the car, Mar-
frelinar Melendez, was seriously injured and transported to TMH. (Greene Publishing,
Inc. Photo by Janet Schrader, November 20, 2006)


By Janet Schrader
Greene Publishing, Inc.
November 20, Marfrelina Melendez was
seriously injured when she drove her yellow
Mustang into a tree in the median off I-10 at
11:55 a.m. According to the FHP report made
by crash investigator, Thomas R. Roderick,
Melendez was heading east on 1-10, lost con-
trol of her vehicle, drove off the road and
struck a tree in the median. Melendez's vehi-
cle was the only car involved in the accident
according to FHP. The driver's side of the
Mustang was crushed by contact with the tree.


The car ended up against the tree in thick
vines and brambles. Damage to the car was es-
timated at $15,000 in the FHP report.
One passenger in the car, Brooke Gallar-
do of Brandon, received minor injuries. Me-
lendez was transported by ambulance to Talla-
hassee Memorial Hospital. Melendez's age
and residence information is not yet known.
Gallardo is 25. She received minor in-
juries, according to the FHP report, and was
also transported to TMH. The report also stat-
ed that both crash victims were wearing their
seatbelts.


retaliated by striking Kenda
on the right side of his face
with the mop. Kenda sus-
tained a laceration and possi-
ble orbital fracture as a result
of this.
Darryl E. Axsqn was
placed under arrest for aggra-
vated battery and was trans-
ported to the Madison County
Jail for processing..
No firearm was observed
within the residence.
Additional charges are
pending at this time.


Darryl E. Axson


Jeanne Bass Named As


New Madison County


Planning Coordinator
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
County Coordinator Allen Cher-
ry introduced the county's new Plan-
ning Coordinator at the Wednesday,
December 6, meeting of the Madison
County Commission.
Jeanne Bass, former owner of
Bass Realty, took the position, which
entails interpreting the . county's
Comprehensive Land Use Plan and
also serving as secretary to the Plan-
ning and Zoning Board. among other
duties. Jeanne Bass
Bass is the former chairman of the P&Z Board.' B
The board delayed appointing a District 1 representative to re-
place Bass as a P&Z Board member.
Jeanne and her husband, Ben, have two children, Sarah Pike
and Austin Bass. Austin is 11. Sarah is married to Ray Pike. Sarah
and Ray have two children, Fisher, two years old, and Marshall,
three months old.
The Planning and Zoning Board meet the second Thursday of
each month at 6:00 p.m. in the Commissioners Meeting Room at
the Courthouse Annex.


Darrow Hutto


Passes Away
Darrow Hutto, age 65, died Tuesday, December 5, 2006 in
Greenville, following a short illness.
Funeral services were held Thursday, December 7, 2006 at
3:00 PM at Beggs Funeral Home, Madison Chapel, with burial
following at Evergreen Ceme-
tery in Greenville.
SHe was born in Greenville,
where he was a lifelong resi-
dent. He was a Timber Broker
for many years with Sherrod
Lumber Company in
Greenville, and Hood Lumber
Company in Metcalf, GA. He
was a former Mayor of
Greenville where he supported
many civic and community ac-
tivities and events. He was a
member of Greenville Masonic Darrow Hutto
Lodge. He was a deacon and member of Greenville Baptist
Church.
He is survived by his wife, of 46 years, Shirley Lunsford
Hutto of Greenville; one son: Earl Hutto, and (Holly) of Clax-
ton, Ga.; one daughter: Emily Elizabeth Hutto Nichols &
(Daniel) of Moultrie, Ga.; his mother Belle Hutto Roath of
Greenville; two brothers: Sammy Hutto of Greenville and Billy
Hutto of Pensacola; one sister: Marjorie Johnson of Tallahassee;
and& several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.


3 Sections, 38 Pages
Around Madison County 5-8A
Church 9A
Classifieds /Legals 8-9B
Community Calendar 5A
Farm 6B
Obituaries 5A
Outdoors 7B
School 1-2B
Sports 3-5B


Fri 522
12/8 52/2
Mainly sunny. High 62F. Winds
NNE at 10to 20 mph.

set 61/40
Mix of sun and otouds, Highs In the
low 60s and lows In the low 40a,

Sun 66/49
12/10
Partly cloudy, Highs in the mid f0e
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A concerned bystander consoles Virginia A. Paz
(right) and her two children Jose, three, and Christina, 11
months, after Paz crashed their car into a tree off the Val-
dosta Highway a few miles north of the Madison city lim-
its. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Janet Schrader, No-
vember 28, 2006)
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Shaken
By Janet Schrader
Greene Publishing, Inc.
One driver, a passenger
and two children were lucky to
escape injury November 28,
when the driver, Virginia Paz
of Madison, ran her car off the
Valdosta Highway and struck a
tree. According to the FHP re-
port by Trooper Charles Swin-
dle, Paz was heading north on
CR-145 only several miles
outside of the city limits, when
she ran off the road on the
northbound shoulder. Swin-
dle's report then said, Paz
overcorrected to the left,
which caused her car to travel
across both lanes of CR-145
and into the southbound ditch.
She then hit a tree with the
front end of the car.
Two children were in the
car with Paz, Jose 0. Paz, age
three and Christina A. Paz, age
11 months. Another passenger,
Jose M. Paz, was also in the
vehicle. Madison County EMS
was on the scene, but no in-
juries were received by any of
the car's occupants. The FHP
report by Swindle estimated
the damage to the vehicle at
$10,000. All occupants were
using safety equipment and the
car's airbag did not deploy.


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VIEWPOINTS & OPINIONS


Friday, December 8, 2006


Scars, Mars And Beau ty
I saw my friend, Dorothy Knitter; at
O'Neal's the other day. She had some exciting
news to tell me. She hadn't spoken to her
daughter, Lynda, in years, but she had finally
found her. She spoke to both LN nda 'and to Lyn-
da's son. Dorothy was excited as she told me
the news.
Dorothy is one of the kind people who
make Madison the warm, friendly community
that it is. She isquick with a smile and a kind
word for everyone whom she meets.
There are a lot of kind people out there that
you will meet if you just open your eyes and
look. I get frustrated when I meet people from
other places, who:move here and want to re-
make Madison into the place that they ran away
from (or were they just kicked out?) I love
meeting.the people who lo e Madison and its
people, regardless of any niars or scars that the,
folks might have.,
Some of the kindest people I know have
some of the hardest times I know, but they go
through life with a smile on their face. It's not.
just the people like my sister, Abbie, whom I've
written about time and again, It's not just the
poor people who have problems. I've also met-
wealthy people who have a smile for the %w orld.
but they, have pain in their hearts or in their
bodies.
Maybe you'see people everyda\. you pass
them and every once, in a while, you wave, but
do you stop and speak with them? Do you get
to know them? Do you get to know their beau-
ty? Do, you get to know .what caused the scars
on then? Do you get to know the emotional.
pain that has marred them from enjoying life to
its fullest? Do you ever get to know where the
smile on their face comes from?
Now I can't speak for Dorothy, but I do
suppose that if you ask her why she's so happy,
the answer will not only be about her long lost
daughter and her grandson being found, I think
she muay als6el'iou hbbut Je'Mb us being the aia-
son she has joy in her heart. *, ,


Letters to the Editor are typed word for word, comma for comma,
as sent to this newspaper.
Merry Christmas to ALL,
I received the following via email and would like for everyone to read it. Whoever the au-
thor was put it very succinctly. I know it's long, but well worth reading.
I do wish each and everyone of you a VERY MERRY AND BLESSED CHRISTMAS!!!
I love God and am not ashamed to say it.

Dianne Bachari


Letter From Jesus About Christmas...
Dear Children,
It has come to my attention that many of you are upset that folks are taking My name out of
the season. Maybe you've forgotten that I wasn't actually born during this time of the year and that
it was. some of your predecessors who decided to celebrate My birthday on what was actually a
time of pagan festival. Although, I do appreciate being remembered anytime.,
How I personally feel about this celebration can probably be most easily understood by those
of you who have been blessed with children of your own. I don't care what you call the day. If
you want to celebrate My birth, just GET ALONG AND LOVE ONE ANOTHER.
Now, having said that let Me go on. If it bothers you that the toW n in w\\hich\ ou live doesn't
allow a scene depicting My birth, then just get rid of a couple of Santas and snow men and put in
a small Nativity scene on your own front lawn. If all My followers did&that there w ou Idn't be any
need for such a scene on the town square because there w would be man\ of them all around town.'
Stop iw worrying about the fact that people are calling the tree a holiday tree, instead of a Christ-
mas tree. It was I who made all trees. You can remember Me anytime you see any tree. Decorate
a grape vine if you wish:
I actually spoke of that one in a teaching, explaining who I am :in relation to you and what
each of our tasks Were. If you have forgotten that one, look up John 15: 1 - 8.
If you want to give Me a present in remembrance of M' birth here is my wish list. Choose
something from it:
.1. Instead of writing protest letters objecting to the way My birthday is being celebrated.
write letters of love and hope to soldiers aw a\ from home. They are terribly afraid and lonely this
time.of year. I know. they tell Me all the time. ,
2. Visit someone in a nursing home. You don't have to know them personally. They just need
to know that someone cares about them.
3. Instead of writing George complaining about the %wording on the cards his staff sent out
this year. %h bh don't you write and tell him that you'll be praying for him and his familythis year.
Then follow up. It will be nice hearing from you again.
4. Instead of giving your.children a lot of gifts you can't.afford and they don't need, spend
time with them. Tell them the story of My birth,and why I came to live with you down here. Hold
them in your arms and remind them that I love them.
5. Pick someone that has hurt you in the past and forgive him or her.
6. Did you know that someone in your town will attempt to take their own life this season
because they feel so alone and hopeless? Since you don't know who that person is, try giving
everyone you meet a warm smile; it could make the difference.
7. Instead of nit picking about what the retailer in your town calls the holiday, be patient with,
the people who work there. Give them a warm smile and a kind w ord. Even if they aren't allowed
to wish you a "Merry Christmas", that doesn't keep you from wishing them one. Then stop shop-
ping,there on Sunday. If the store didn't makq so much money on that day they'd close and let their
employees spend the da\ at home w\'ith their tailie. ,
" '8. If'ydu'really want to make a difference, support a'"si'o a- especially one who takes
My love and Good News to those who have never heard My name.
9. Here's a good one. There are individuals and whole families in your town who not only will
have no "Christmas" tree, but neither will they have any presents to give or receive. If you don't
know them, buy some food and a few gifts and give them to the Salvation Army or some other
charity which believes in Me and they will make the delivery for you.
10. Finally, if you want to make a statement about your belief in and loyalty to Me, then be-
have like a Christian. Don't do things in secret that you wouldn't do in My presence. Let people
know by your actions that you are one of mine.
Don't forget; I am God and can take care of Myself. Just love Me and do what I have told you
to do. I'll take care of all the rest. Check out the list above and get to work; time is short. I'll help'
you, but the ball is now in your court. And do have a most blessed Christmas with all those whom
you love and remember ~~

SI LOVE YOU,
JESUS


973-


How To Gift Shop

Without The Shop
Last year, my daughter and her long-time
man friend got married. Among the toasters, .-i
towels, and picture frames, they received two
very unusual gifts. Larry got a beehive and
Mary received rabbits.
"Okay, what are you talking about?" I
you're asking right about now. So I'll tell you.
'My sister and her husband 'gav'e the happy cou-
ple gifts that went somewhere else. They do-,
nated a beehive and the rabbits through Heifer
International.
Mary giggled with delight, she just adores
soft, fuzzy things. And know ing that the rabbits \
would help pull some Third World family out
of poverty just added to the happiness.
Larry quietly cried. "How did you know?" ` ,
he asked my sister.
"Know what?" she replied.
"That my father and I used to tend to bee- o
hives when I was little. I haveri't been near one
since he died."
" My sister had not known; not even Mary
knew. But no gift could have been more ap- !
propriate. For the past year. some family has
increased their standard of living because of a
those bees.
For the same occasion, I received a sheep.
A family (possibly Navajo) has sold the wool,
butchered the offspring, and generally been,,
better off because of my sheep.
In one of the poorer African nations, a
young girl received a goat. The milk and
cheese, plus stud fees, plus baby goats helped
her family survive. At age 20, that goat paid
her way to America to attend college. Now she
is back home with her education helping her
entire community.
All this incredible good and satisfaction
without darkening the doorstep df-a shop that
started to play "Jingle Bells" the day before ,.
Halloween.
When you choose a gift from Heifer Inter-
national, your friend or relative will receive a
notice telling about it and describing the results
from chickens, water buffalo, calves, and, yes,
beehives. Training comes with the gift.
Since 1944, this organization has helped
over seven million families in 125 countries. I
am so proud my sheep is fighting hunger some-
where.
Perhaps you are in a similar condition to
mine: I am not physically able to go shopping
this year. But I can select meaningful gifts at
www.heifer.org, (800) 422-0474, or Heifer In-
ternational, 1 World Avenue, Little Rock,
Arkansas, 72202. Their nice calendar is item
#NL2007, ($13 plus $4.50 s+h).
Regular readers know that I do not cus-
tomarily promote businesses in this column.
However this one has my heart, and provides a ;i
way for the homebound to share lasting joy
during the holidays.
THink about it. You'll be glad you made it
a part of your life.


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PRODUCTION I l,.NAGER
Lisa Greene
STAFF WRITERS
Jacob Bembry, Jesse Covell
and Janet Schrader
GRAPHIC DESIGNERS
Carla Barrett, Carl Painter
and Lisa Greene
TYPESETTERS
Heather Bowen
ADVERTISING SALES REPRESENTATIVES
Marn Ellen Greene, Dorothy McKinney
and Dan Mathis
CLASSIFIED AND LEGAL AtDS
Susan Grimes
Deadline for classified is Monday at 3:00 p.m.
Deadline for Legal Advertisement is Monday at 5pm.
There will be a '3� charge for.Iu,-i. ,-,,
CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT
Subscription Rates:
In County $28 * Out-of-County $35
(State & local taxes included)


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"Telling it like it is with honesty and integrity"

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New Enterprise established 1901,
Consolidated June 25, 1908
Published weekly by Greene Publishing, Inc.,
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Greene Publishing, Inc. will not be responsible for pho-
tos beyond said deadline.


By Jessalyn Covell
How does Santa Claus get into your

house to deliver presents?


Tristen Kotowski

"He climbs into my
chimney and slides
down."




Arturo Lora

"He walks through
the front door."




Nate McDaniels

"He comes through
my window."


Keyshawn Johnson

"He gets into my
house by walking
through my door."



Alyssa Odom -

"Santa comes to my
door and puts pre-
sents by my tree."



Ester Oro

"I get presents from
him by him walking
in my door."


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COAT DRIVE
Place: Winn Dixie Shopping Center
in Madison
Date: Saturday, Dec. 9, 2006
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Drop off any clean, new or used
coat to help those in need. We
have a lot of children and adults in
Madison in need of coats for the Winter. Coats will
be collected only at this time.

For more information call (850) 973-7772
Sponsored by the Junior Auxiliary of Madison County.


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It's Time for Medicare-D Enrollment
Just when you thought Medicare -D. enrollment was over,
it's back! The new Medicare prescription service bean earlier
this year with a deadline of May 15th for Medicare eligible se-
niors to select aplan. It was confusing for many because of the
options available. 1 MIanN Seniors made the deadline and select-
ed a prescription plan.
Under Medicare-D, Seniors have the opportunity to change
prescription plans once a year. Enrollment dates to change or
enroll are November 15 - December 31, 2006. If you switch
plans your new coverage begins in January 2007. Florida lost
a few, providers, but gained 8 new providers and 25 new pre-
scriptioin plans.
Madison County Extension Service is participating in a
program through the University of Florida IFAS/Extension. We
can help you navigate the NMedicare-D website to identify pre-
scription plans available to Madison County residents. This
provides you with consumer information on the plans and their
cost; a printout will list the least expensive to the most based on
your personal prescriptions.
To schedule an appointment for a one on one consultation,,
please call the office at 973-4138.

Recipe: Surviving the Holidays With Family
An Extension Family Life Specialist, Eboni Baugh, recent-
h1 shared ihi. recipe \with colleagues. I thought it was W oli
passing along. How do you celebrate the holidays with family?
Many people will find themselves asking such questions as,
"Who do I invite over this year?" "Whose house do we.go to?"
and "What is my role in all of this"? Here is a recipe for Hoh-
iday success.
3 cups Creation of new traditions
1 1/2 Cup Reconnection with some old traditions
6 Tbsp Division of time between families or
alternation years OR Substitute
6 Tbsp Hosting your own holiday affair, and inviting
everyone
7 lbs. Focusing on the children and family, not issues
and concerns
2tsp Calling/emailing/including those who
are absent
24 oz. Remembrance of the TRUE meaning behind
the holidays
2 16 oz cans Realization that you cannot
accommodate everyone
A pinch Grin and bear it!
Sprinkle the final product with Realistic Expectations and
Enjoy!

Speed Bumps

Cont from Page 1A
Buchanan presented a letter, signed by Randy Buchanan,
chairman of the church's administrative board, and Eugene-
Williams, president of the church's Board of Trustees. The letter
told of a unanimous vote at the church's administrative board
meeting to request speed-reduction devices on the newly paved
road in front of the church.
Bobby Joe Buchanan told the commission that the church
was afraid that a small child could be hit by one of the speeding
motorists. He said that the church had erected barricades but in-
dicated that the barricades are poor ways to get speeders to re-
duce their speed. He said that one motorist had knocked down
one barricade and gone around another while the ladies of the
church and children of the church were at a function on church
property.
Later in the meeting, after Public Works Superintendent Jer-
ry McClune arrived, the board voted unanimously on a motion
by newly elected County Commissioner Wayne Vickers to in-
stall speed bumps.
Commissioner Ricky Henderson seconded Vickers' motion.

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b Mr. and Mrs. L.B. Yates, of Cherry Lake announce
the arrival of a fine 8 lb. baby boy, November 26, at
Pineview Hospital, in Valdosta. The little man was
named Dale Overton.

Mr. and Mrs. H.M; Wood, formerly of Wisconsin,
are among the new residents in the new apartment in
Mrs. R.V. Brooks' home. on East Base Street. Mr.
Wood is connected with the Enterprise-Recorder.

Mrs. Turner Davis entertained the Tuesday after-
noon Bridge Club this past week. Mrs. Oscar Clyatt
was a visitor. Camellias were used to decorate the
rooms. A salad course was served. Mrs. Henry Mess-
er won'the clib prize and Mrs. Clyatt leceled ta gift
from the hostess. .. . . , . , , .. ,,

Friday, December 9, 1966
Last week, Brian McNichols, while playing touch
football, lost more than two teeth and severely dam-
aged both gum and jawbone. Due to quick reflexes of
the science teacher, Coach Buchanan, Brian was
rushed to the dentist's office. Within two hours of his
arrival, his. front two teeth were re'-implanted and the
third rectified. Brian is reported in fair condition and
ready to return to school. As a result, Madison High
School principal Mac Primm announced that there will
be no more touch football during lunchtime.

Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCain were honored with a
surprise housewarming last Friday night at their new
home in Livingston Spring Acres, by the members of
the Fred Mickler Sunday school class of the Methodist
church. The visitors presented the McCains with love-
ly household gifts and served cake and coffee during
their visit.

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Friday, December 10, 1966
Miss Donna Ann Behling. of Tallahassee, and
Clark Edwards, of Cherry Lake, were married Decem-
ber 4, 1976, in the Tallahassee Heights Methodist
Church. The Reverends . Richard Johnston and
William Rub performed the ceremony. After a wed-
ding trip to Central Florida, the couple will reside in
Cherry Lake.

Dr. Saturino Noblejas of Staunton, Virginia, is a
new doctor in town. He is a general practitioner and
will work at first in the emergency room ,at Madison,
County Memorial Hospital.

Mr. and Mrs. Al Hauncher, of Warren, Ohio, re-.
cently spent a week with Mrs. Ed Musser.

Miss Jean Melton was soloist at the Presbyterian
Church recently, Mr. Jym Copeland, organist, accom-
panied her.

Thursday, December 11, 1986
Madison native, Glen Johnson, entered several of
her beautiful camellias in the Annual Camellia Show
held at the Valdosta Mall. Johnson was the Grand
Winner of seventeen, awards including 8 blue first
place ribbons, 6 red second place ribbons, and 3 yel-
low third place ribbons.

The winners of the Ben Franklin 100 Years of
Stamp Collecting contest are; Billy Howard, of Madi-,
son Academy, first place; Corey Williams of Pinetta Jr.
High; Harry Brown, of Greenville Middle School; and
Allison Taylor of Madison Middle School. Congratu-
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The 2006 Celebration will take place on
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THEME: "Hundreds of seeds, Saving Hundreds of Lives'.
Tickets price: $20.00 for adults and $10.00 for youth (12 and under)
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Medicaid Provider Arrested
For Illegally Billing Elderly,,
Disabled Services:
Attorney General Charlie Crist today announced that a Tal-
lahassee Medicaid provider was arrested on charges of grand
theft. .Titilayo I. Dokun, the owner and chief executive officer of
Capital City Area Care, was charged with illegally billing Med-
icaid for services that either were not provided or were fraudu-
lently billed to a waiver program the elderly and disabled pa-.
tients did not qualify for. Dokun is believed to have defrauded
the Florida Medicaid program out. of more than $100,000.
Crist's Medicaid Fraud Control Unit began investigating
Dokuni, 43, and her company in O'ctober after receiving infor-
mation from the Agency for Health Care Administration. Inves-
tigators discovered that fraudulent billing claims had been filed
through the Home and Community Based Adult waiver service
program, a Medicaid program that provides home and coommu-
nity-based services to eligible recipients. Doktn's company has
at least five care givers who go into the homes of their patients
and cook for them, perform light housekeeping tasks and pro-
vide other basic companion services.
"Medicaid exists to help our neediest residents receive the
care they need," said Crist. "We will not permit a Medicaid
provider to steal from the people who need the services or from
the citizens of the state of Florida."
Further investigation revealed that not only was Dokun
billing Medicaid for services to patients who were not enrolled
in the waiver program, but in some cases she billed the program
for services that were never provided. Crist's investigators be-
lieve Dokun was electronically depositing the Medicaid pay-
ments into bank accounts owned by herself or by Capital City
'Area Care. To date, $5,500 has been recovered and the investi-
gation is ongoing. r
Dokun is currently being held at the Leon County jail. She
is charged with one count of grand theft, a first-degree felony. If
convicted, she faces up to 30 years in prison and fines of
$10,000. Dokun will be prosecuted by the State Attorney's Of-
fice for the Second Judicial Circuit.
A copy of Dokun's arrest warrant is available at:
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Ten People Sent To Jail Madison County...


For Cultivating Marijuana
Seven elaborate indoor marijuana cultivation operations in
two counties were located and 10 people sent to jail this week.
Columbia County had five locations - four that had mature
marijuana plants ready for harvest and one with an empty grow
room.
In Suwannee County, two residences were located with ma-
ture marijuana plants and a third site believed to be a grow house
recently destroyed by fire, were located.
The Columbia County Multi-jurisdictional Drug Task Force -
made up of members of the Columbia County Sheriff's Office,
the Lake City Police Department, the Florida Department of
Law Enforcement and the Drug Enforcement Administration -
was tipped off to the locations in Columbia County after the two
similar operations were discovered by the Suwannee County
Multi-jurisdictional Drug Task Force.
People who knew each other operated all of the locations and
all have ties to Cuba and Miami. When all was said and done,
297 mature, high'quality plants were seized. It is estimated the
entire operation was valued at between a quarter and a halfa-mil-
lion dollars.
An off-duty police officer notified the Suwannee Drug Task
Force members of an electricity diversion at a home in Suwan-'
nee County and a grow operation was suspected. The Suwannee,
Drug Task Force is made up of representatives from the Suwan-
nee County Sheriff's Office, the Live Oak Police Department
and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. A search war-
rant was served on die house at 2771 212th Street in Suwannee
County and the first 61 plants were discovered.,
"Many times in drug operations, you will find suspects have
-friends, family and business associates in neighboring counties
and they have to cross county lines to do their business," said
Sheriff Bill Gootee. "Suwannee County Sheriff's Office notified
us of their discovery and possible links to ,the two, locations in.
our county. It is crucial agencies work together and we certain-
ly appreciate the information from the Suwannee County Sher-
iff's Office."
Suwannee County Sheriff Tony Cameron-said he was very
pleased with the outcome of the investigation and commends all
the officers involved.

Man Arrested

For Battery
On Sunday, December 3, 2006, Suwannee County Sheriff's
Deputy Walter Kent arrested Kenneth Hayes, 45, 7136 Wiggins
Road, Live Oak, FL. Hayes was charged with battery (domestic
violence).
According to the Suwannee County Sherifft's Office,. at ap-j
proximately, 1:47 p.m. on Sunday Deputy Kent was dispatched
to investigate a domestic disturbance. After talking to the parties
involved he determined that Hayes had gotten into an argument
with another family member. He allegedly struck him on his left
arm and picked up a chair, raising it in an aggressive manner to-
ward him after he fled into a bedroom in order to get away from
him.
Hayes was arrested and transported to the Suwannee Coun-
ty Jail. His bond has been set at $2,500.00.


11/29/2006 �
Marcus Ondrell Ghent - 12/02/2006
Criminal Registration Eugene Ernest Blanton .-
Criminal Registration


11/30/2006
Keevis Reshod Dobson -
Burglary of a Structure;
Criminal Mischief
Paul Harrison - Out of
County Warrant
James Paul Shurte - Fail-
ure to Appear; Failure to Ap-
pear
Don Carlos Edwards -
Criminal Registration
Darryl Evai Ax son - Ag-
gravated Battery

12/1/06
Shernita Smith Solomon
- Criminal Registration
Kenneth Leonardo Ed--
wards - V.O.P. (county)
Isaih Tice - Criminal
Registration
Patrick Jermaine Collins
- D.W.LS Revoked or Can-
celed; V.O.P.' (circuit)


Gregory Reshawn Gra
ham - V.O.P. (circuit)

12/04/2006
Nathaniel Octavious
Ghent, Jr. - Criminal Regis-:
tration
Nathanael Michael -
Burglary
Timothy Earl. Dice, Jr. -
Failure to Appear-Arraign-
ment

12/05/06
Mary L. Gallon - V.O.P.
(county); V.O.P. (county)
Angela Renee Lovett, -
Failure to Appear; Failure to.,
Appear
Kenneth James Lawhun
- Criminal Registration Sex--
ual Offender
Maria Yvonne Taylor -
V.O.P.(circuit)


Man Arrested For'



Domestic Violence
On Friday, December 1st, Suwannee County Sheriff's
Deputy Kelly Putnel arrested William Burkett, 25, 2230 141It
Pass, Live Oak, FL. Burkett was charged with battery (domestic
violence). ;'
According to the Suwannee County Sheriff's Office, at ap-
proximately 10:56 p.m. Deputy Putnel was dispatched to in% es-
tigate a verbal disturbance. After talking to the people in\ o1ed
he determined that Burkett had dleg'edly poked a famnil mem-
ber in the eye with his finger during an argument. He then al-
legedly grabbed her by the throat and pushed her into the wall;
The deputy observed that her right eye was red and swollen and
there was a small red mark on her throat. ,
Burkett was arrested and transported to the Suwannee
County Jail. After his bond was set at $2,500.00 he was able to
obtain a surety bond through a local bonding agency and was re-
leased.


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OBITUARIES


Clara Rousseau

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I Clara Rousseau Barge,
Rage 89, of Madison, formerly of
est Palm Beach, died in Madi-
;son on December 6, 2006, after
!an extended illness, Clara was
bornm December 18, 1916 in her
parent's farm house in Three
Lakes, Wisconsin to Anna
iZienkiewicz Tomaszewski and
Stanley Tomaszewski.
Clara was the late wife of
nHarold Rousseau and Clifford
gBarge. Her hobbies included
playing the piano and violin.
'Clara was violinist playing in a
string ensemble and presented in
programs at the State Fair. in
Milwaukee. She w worked very
hard and was very proud of her
many accomplishments. Harold
and Clara owned a gas station.
She later worked many
years for Burdines and then for a
dentist. After being widowed,
she married Cliff and worked
for a family that had a residence
at the Village of Golf, Boynton
Beach, Fl. They owned a New
York Publishing Company. She
felt privileged that she once ate
dinner with Adelaide Stevenson
in ew' York. but her proudest
achievements were her family,
who meant the world to her.
There was never a moment that
6he didn't think of everyone
else's feelings before her own..
She was known for being
'"Sweet Ms. Clara." We are so
proud to call her our mother. Her
generosity, caring and loving
personality were her greatest at-
tributes
Throughout her struggling
dai s. she never forgot to com-
pliment and thank her care
gi\ers. Moreover, always at-
!empling to place others before'
herself during her greatest time
of need.
She % as the loving mother
pf Daid Rousseau (Roberta) of
West Palm Beach; Eleanor
Aranda i Robert) of Madison,.
florida. step-daughters, Cheryl
Ponnelly (Jim), of North Caroli-
Aa; and Heather Holland
(Charles) of Vermont. Beloved
sister Evelyn Yingling of West
Palm Beach; beloved brother
Dondd Tomaszewski of Koko-
mo. Indiana; and loving grand-
riother of Tony Aranda (Sheila);
Mark Aranda (Erica); Stefanie
.Hibdon (Phil); Kellie Madison
7Edward); Sherie Rousseau, Ed-
die Rousseau; and step-grand-
�hildren Annie Gerwig, Camie
Kazee. and families.
' She will remain in loving
memory by her 11 grandchil-
dren. nine great-grandchildren
and two great-great-grandchil-
dren and many nieces, nephews,
cousins and friends.
:' She was a member of St.
Mar 's Episcopal Church,
Madison, Florida where memor-
Sservices will be held on Mon-
day, December 11, at 11:00a.m.
In lieu of flowers, contribu-
ions would be welcomed in her
honor to Hughey Memorial
C enter and Big Bend Hospice.
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Tom C. Hill
Tom C. Hill, 53, of Madi-
son, Florida, was born' to the
late Mary Baker Hill & Isaiah
Washington on July 27, 1953.
His mother died at an early age
and he was raised by Rev. T. C.
& Lizzie Cambridge as an, in-
fant child.
Funeral services will be
Saturday, December 9, 2006,
11:00 a.m. at Jeslamb A.M.E.'
Church. Family will receive
friends on Friday, December 8;
2006 from 5:30-7:00 p.m. at'
Cooks & Cooper Chapel.
Cooks & Cooper Funeral
Home is in charge of arrange-
ments.
The death angel quietly
entered his home and took him:
to eternal rest on Saturda\, De-
cember 2, 2006.
He was converted at an
early age and joined E\ergreen
Missionary Baptist Church in
Madison, Florida. He attended
Jeslamb A.M.E. Church with
his wife and children.
He was educated in the
Madison , County Public
School System. He was united
in Holy Matrimony to Linda
Gale Bradle.
He leaves .to cherish fond
memories: his \\ ife. Linda Hill
of Mladikon, FL; two daugh-
ters: Ketcha (Ryan) and Jadia
(Stephen) of Tallahassee, FL;
four sons, Kenny Wilson of Ft.
Lauderdale, FL; Quazay (Mar-
shal) Hill of Tampa, FL.; Brian
Hill (Kia) of Madison, FL; and
Gerald Graham of Hop-
kinsville, Kentucky; three
brothers: Elder Jasper Author
Hill (Hattie) of New Jersey;
Larry Hill and Adam Hill both
of Ft. Lauderdale, FL; Five sis-
ters: Nellbe lae Forrest (Char-
lie)';' Sarah McKay (Wayne),
and Annie Wilson all of Ft.
Lauderdale, FL; Bernice
Robinson (James) and Lillian
Mitchell both of Madison, FL;
one adopted sister: Lisa Davis
of Live Oak, FL; father-in-
law; four brother-in-laws; five
sister-in-laws; thirteen grand-
children and host of nieces,
nephews, cousins, aunts, un-
cles and sorrowing friends.


Earl Darrow


Hutto


December 8
Greenville's' 21st annual
Country Christmas will take
place on December 8-9. This
year's theme will be "Country
Christmas Through a Child's
Eyes." There will be plenty of
famiily-fun packed in this
year's County Christmas so
please look for a schedule of
events in Friday's, Enterprise
Recorder newspaper.
December 9
"Christmas Around the
World" is the theme for this
year's Christmas at the Man-,
sion holiday open house De-
cember 6-10 at the Wardlaw-
Smith-Goza Conference Cen-
ter in Madison, Fla. The North
Florida Community College
Foundation Inc. and the.


Earl Darrow Hutto. age Friends of the Mansion cor-
65, died Tuesday, December 5, dially iilvite the public to at-
2006 in Greenville. tend. The Mansion will .be
Funeral services were held open 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Wednes-
Thursday, December'7, 2006 day, December 6 through Fni-
at 3:00 p.m. at Beggs Funeral day, December 8;. 11 a.m.-4
Home, Madison Chapel, with p.m. on Saturday, December
burial following at Evergreen 9; and 1-4 p.m. on Sundat,
Cemetery in Greenville. December 10; As a special
He was. born in treat the Madison Count.\ Ju-
Green'ille. where he w\as a nior . Auxiliary \\ill host
lifelong resident. He was a "Cookies with Santa" on Sat-
Timber Broker for many years urday, December 9 from 1-3
with Sherrod Lumber Compa- p.m. Santa and Mrs. Clause
ny in Greenville, and Hood will be available to take pic-
Lumber Company in Metcalf, tures. with children so bring a
GA. He was a former Mayor camera. The public is invited
of Greenville where he sup- to stop by anytime during the
ported many civic and commu- open house hours. Don't miss
nity activities and events. He this. spectacular holiday op-
was a member of Greenville portunity. Admission is. free,
Masonic Lodge. He was a dea- but donations are welcome
con and member of Greenville and benefit the WSG Confer-
Baptist Church. ence Center. For more infor-
He is survived by his wife, mation, contact Maria Greene,
of 46 years, Shirley Lunsford Mansion coordinator, at 973-
Hutto of (Jieen' ille; one son: 9432 '.;, or ' mail
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Claxton,, Ga.; one daughter:
Emily Elizabeth Hutto Nichols
&. (Daniel) of Moultrie,, Ga.;
his mother Belle Hutto Roath
of Greenville; two brothers:
Sammy Hutto of Greenville
and Billy Hutto of Pensacola;
one sister: Marjorie Johnson of
Tallahassee; and several
grandchildren and great-
grandchildren.


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Scoutmaster, has taken a new
job with the Boy Scouts of
America at Wallwood Scout
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Ranger is responsible for the
supervision, operation and
maintenance of the physical
facilities and property of the
camp 600 plus acres.
The Ranger serves as an
ambassador of goodwill as
well as enforcer of the rules.
He will be missed at Fort
Mack but everyone wishes
him well at his new job! He
will make a great employee
for Camp Wallwood and the
Boy Scouts of America.


December 9
JA excitedly welcomes
Santa to the Smith-Wardlaw
Conference Center in Down-
town Madison from 11:00
a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Come have
cookies with Santa and bring
your own camera and take
child's picture with Santa.
Also with Santa will be Mrs.
Clause (Supt. Lou Miller) and
guest elves (School Board
Members).
December. 9
Join Women Led by God
for their 2006 Womnens' Re-
treat, Banquet. Fashion and
Talent Show The event will
take place at 6:30 p.m. at the
Madison Woman's Club. For
more information contact
Evang. Catherine Murphy 'at
929-4063 or Min. Judy Hill at
973-6908.
December 10
The Compassionate
Friends of Tallahassee World-
wide Tree lighting. Ceremony
will start at 6:30 p.m. At the
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1251 or 878-5310 extension 'Carols! We certainly look for-
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December 11 mas music! The United
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sents "Hope For The Holi- is located 5 miles North of
days"at the Elaine C. Bartlet Madison on High\% aN 145; For
Center from 6-8 p.m. Join us more information about 55
for an evening of caring and Plus Club or any outreach
support for anyone who has ministry of the UMCM con-
experienced the death of a tact the Coordinator, Linda
loved one. This program will Gaston at 929-4938.
provide practical tools for de- December 14
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grieving through the holiday Fort Mack from December
season. To register for this 14-17 from 6p.m. to 10 p.m.
free workshop call 878-5310 Lots of fun for all ages! Dona-
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December 13 foods \\ill be; accepted at the
The meeting of the 55 gate for admission. Help us
Plus Club will meet at the help the needy' Enjoy all the
United Methodist Cooperatim e colorful lights, feast on a bowl
Conumunitn Center at Noon of chili, and sip on a cup of
with a free lunch of soup, warm hot chocolate, all while
sandwiches, desserts and iced supporting your local scouts,
tea. Lee United Methodist Cub Scout Pack # 626 and
Church is the host this month. Girl Scout Troop #63. You
This is a ministry for seniors can even have your picture
55 years old and above of any taken \\ ith Santa! And, don't
.faith, who live in Madison forget that Christmas is fast
County. Reservations ar not approaching, so why not do a
necessary\ and there are no tees little shopping in one of the
of an\ kind. The program for stores? For more information
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55 Plus To Hold

Luncheon And Meeting
The December 13 meeting of.the 55 Plus Club.will meet at
the United Methodist Cooperative Community Center at 12:
noon with a free lunch of soups, sandwiches. desserts and iced
tea. Lee UnitedMethodist Church is the host this month.
This is a ministry for seniors 55 years old and above of any
faith, who live in Madison County. Reservations are not neces-
sary and there are no fees of any kind.
The program for the month will be presented by "Debbie
Bass and Friends." who will entertain those gathered., with Old
Time Christmas Carols! We certainly look forwYard to some
beautiful Christmas music!
The United Methodist Community Center is located five
miles north of Madison on Highway 145. Fox further informa--
tion, please contact Coordinator Linda Gaston at 929-4938.


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May 4-5, 2007 at the Madison County High School track. Event
Chair Lori New man and the entire Relay For Life Committee
would like to thank the follow ing teams for their participation
thus far, Capital City Bank. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints. Madison Church of God, Madison County Central
School. Eli's Family and Friends. Madison Comimunity Bank.
Fellowship Baptist Church, Madison Count) Memorial Hospi-


tal, Greenville Baptist Church, Madison
County School Board Office. Hickory Grove
O United Methodist Church. North Florida
Community College, Hopewell Baptist
Church and Wachovia Bank.
Relay For Life of'Madison is an
overnight community, fundraising' celebra-
Stion where individuals and teams camp out,
barbecue, dance. and take turns ,walking
" around a track relay style while raising funds
to fight cancer land provide sen ices to can-
Scer patients. At nightfall, participants will
H light hundreds of luminarias around the
track in a mo\ ing ceremony to honor cancer
r survivors as well as friends and family mem-
bers lost to the disease. The American Can-
r TO cer Society Relay For Life of Madison rep-
EKR resents hope that those lost to cancer will
* * -never be forgotten, that those who face can-
' cer w ill be supported, and that one day can-


cer \\ill be eliminated.
The American Cancer, Society and the Relay For Life of
Madison invites businesses, churches, schools, friends and fam-
ilies that want to join the fight against cancer to sign up as a
team or as a corporate sponsor. Please contact Tonya Law at
t850) 297-0588. ext. 129 to learn hoow to "Be a Champion in the
Fight Against Cancer."


CERT Members Become Certified Official Weather Spotters


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
On November 30, 14 Com-
munity Emergency Response
Team (CERT) members. (ERT
Team Leader TerrN Studebaker
and Emergency Management
Director Jim Stanley underwent
a two-hour long training to be-
come certified official weather
spotters for the National Weath-
er Service out of Tallahassee.
National Weather Services
Warning Coordinator Meterolo-
gist Bob Goree and Channel Six
Staff Mleterologist * Ray
Hawthorne, both of Tallahassee,
were present to provide the
crew with a video presentation
to help recognize specific cloud
formations. The video educated
members on how to decipher
what might indicate potentially
dangerous weather coming to
Madison.
In addition, Goree and
Hawvthorne talked about tor-
nadic activity and keyed in on
major areas that concerned
Madison due to its history of
destructive tornados....
CERT member Lisa Greene
stated, "The training was a neat
experience that provided CERT
members w ith training to help.
keep Madison residents safe.
With this specific training.


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CERT members .are better
aware of tomadic acti ity and.
what weather may be. potential-
ly dangerous to the communi-
ty."- " -
The Community Emer-
gencN Response Team Prgram
helps educate Madison resi-
dents about disaster prepared-
ness for hazards that may im-
pact their area and trains them
in basic disaster response skills,
such as fire safety, light search
and rescue, team organization,
and disaster medical operations.
"0 CERT members use train-
ing learned in the classroom and
during exercises to assist others
in the community: or in the
workplace following an event
when professional responders
ate not immediately available to
help.
CERT member Pat. Light-
cap noted, "The training is ben-
eficial, for CERT members so
we provide accurate and imme-
diate information on weather
conditions for Madison County
Emergency Management and
for the National Weather Ser-
vice."
Along with becoming certi-
fied for basic weather spotting
for the community, participants
were trained to notify the Na-
tional Weather Service by Sky
Warn which is a nation-wide
program that has volunteers
who can call in on radio instead
of by phone about certain
weather observations. There are
currently 10 Madison residents
who are HAM Radio Operators.
They hold a Amateur Radio Li-
cense by the Federal Communi-


cation Commission.
The training was conducted
at the Emergenc) Operation.
Center. A. big thank you is ex-,
tended to Jim Stanley for pro-,
viding participants with an effi-


cient place to train, and Bob
Goree and Ray Hawthorne for
helping train Madison's volun-
teers how to keep the communi-
ty and residents of the commu-
niti safe from natural disasters.


Director of Emergency Management Jim Stanley (left)
welcomed National Weather Service Warning Coordinator
Meterologist Bob Goree, along with Madison County CERT
members, and Madison HAM Radio Operators. (Photo sub-
mitted by Pat Lightcap)


CERT members and HAM Radio Operators Helen Light-
cap (left) and Gina McCulley were two of the 16 Madison res-
idents who received training to become certified official
weather spotters. (Photo submitted by Pat Lightcap)


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By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Relay For Life of Madison held a kick-
off rally on Monday, November 27 at the
First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall.
where the 2006-2007 theme was intro-
duced, "Be a Champion in the Fight
Against Cancer!"
Guests, both young and young-at-heart.
were greeted with stadium and sports theme
music as they entered into the Relay For
Life "Tailgate Party" that highlighted the
sports theme for this year's event. Everyone
enjoyed munching on nachos. hot dogs and
Sweet treats in addition to the scrumptious
chili that was generously donated-by The
Lady Bug Cafe.
Five new teams joined the fight against
cancer by signing up to participate in the
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GREENVILLE

COUNTRY

CHRISTMAS

BAKE, OFF

CONTEST


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Do you think you bake the
best cake, pie, candies, cookies.
or breads? Well, bake one for
Greenville's Cotntry Christ-
mas, and you may be a winner!
All participants must have.
a Greenville address. Entries
must be submitted on Friday,
December 8, between 4 p.m. -
5 p.m. at the Green ille Senior
Citizens Center located on
J First Street and makers, must
mark their entries with- their
S name, phone number and title
of their entry.
Judging will be held at 5,
p.m. on Frida., December 8 at,
the Greenville Senior Citizens
Center. .
For further information,
please, contact Elesta Pritchett
at 948-7501 or Frances Norris
at 948-4900..
Come Join


Greenville
Country
Christmas
Gingerbread
House
Decorating
Contest
By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing. Inc.
Everyone. is invited to
make their own unique, deco-
rated gingerbread house and
submit it. for the. Greenville
Country Christmas Ginger-
bread House Decorating Con-
test.
All decorated entries must
be submitted at the gazebo in
Haffye Hayes Park between
9:20 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. on Satur-
day, December 9.
Entries must be clearly
marked on the bottom with the
maker's namess. address and
phone.number. Also, entries
may be made, with traditional
materials or non-traditional
materials.
In addition, entries v\ ill be
judged in categories deemed
appropriate by judges. Makers
ma\ recover their entries after
the announcement of-winners.
All unclaimed entries will
be disposed of after 3 p.m. in
an appropriate manner deemed
by Country Christmas volun-
teers. Country Christmas will
not be responsible for the loss
or damage to any entry.
For further information,
please contact the Farmers &
Merchants Bank at 948-2626.

Greenville


For The 21stAnnual

Country Christmas Festival
By Jessalyn Covell .
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Greenville's 21st annual Country Christmas will take place
on December 8-9.
This year's theme will be "Country Christmas Through a
Child's E.t s."
On Friday, at 5 p.m. there will be a youth art show and a
bake-off contest judging at the Green\ ille Senior Citizen's Cen-
ter.
At 6:30 p.m., there will be a live nativity scene, communi-
ty music, caroling and a memorial candle and tree-lighting cer-
emony at Haffye Hayes Park gazebo. Afterwards, there will be
refreshments at the pavilion.
On Saturday, the youth art exhibit and arts and crafts will
be held all day at the Greenville Senior Citizens Center. At. 9
a.m., there will be an opening ceremony' including opening
prayer, the national anthem and the introduction of the Grand.
Marshalls. The parade will begin at 11 a.m. at Leggett Avenue
and end at U.S. Highway 90,
Announcements will be made at 12 noon at Haffye-Hayes
Park gazebo for the 2006 bake-off contest and gingerbread win-
ners.
Entertainment will be held all day and the performers in-
clude the LightHouse Children's Home Choir, the Howell Fam-
ily Blue Grass Singers, JCS Clogging Dance Team and the
Time of Grace (T.O.G.) Gospel Group.
At 6 p.m., there will be a Greenville High School Reunion
for all classes held at the Greenville Baptist Church at South
Grand Street.
The Greenville Woman's Club -will be having a raffle at
their booth for a fish fryer, a Christmas afghan and a Christmas
quilt.
Residents are encouraged to bring lawn chairs for Satur-
day's parade.
For further information or questions, please contact Kathy
Reams at 948-1709.

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By Jessalyn Covell T
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Lee Postmaster Mary Santerfeit stated,' -Christ-
mas is just around the corner and residents' thought-
ful packages and letters can be sent to loved ones
from their local post office. We are ready to assist
1Madison Count\ citizens \\ith all of their mailing
needs."
Residents are offered mailing serx ices such as ex-
.press mail that is guaranteed and is delivered over
night or up to two da)s. Priority mail takes two to
three d4ys and is not guaranteed. AJso, certified and
l insured are available to customers for priority mail.
l^l Santerfeit recommends the delivers confirmation
service. This particular service adlo\\s customers to
;:� bring up the deliver\ confirmation number on a com-
- puter that prompts users to t\pe in a number that


id Letters Can Be


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local Post Office

shows the delivery date and time. If residents do not
have computer access. they can also check their de-
livery date and time b\ calling 1-800-ASK-USPS.
Parcel post is a service provided to residents who
are mailing packages that may travel slower than a -
erage mail. Delivery confirmation, insurance or both
are available on parcel post. This w ill allow cus-
tomers to have know ledge of the date and time parcel
post was received from the recipient.
The Lee Post Office has packaging products
a ailable for all mailing needs.
It is strongly suggested that patrons mail early.
The last day Lee Post Office will accept customers
packages and letters %will be December 22.
For additional information please call the Lee
Post Office at 971-5894 or 1-800-ASK-USPS or visit
WI'\iI.li Ips.coml?.


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Gold Kist Becomes Key
Gold Kist Inc. (NASDAQ: GKIS), the nation's third largest
chicken processor, has become a key supplier of Panda Ex-
press's most popular entr6e, Orange Chicken. Gold Kist will
produce lightly battered boneless chicken bites for Panda Ex-
press, the nation's largest and fastest growing Chinese quick-
service restaurant. In addition, Gold Kist will be supplying ful-
ly cooked Mandarin Chicken and other chicken products to
Panda Express in 2007.
"It is part of Gold Kist's strategic plan to develop long-
term business partnerships with category leading, growing
companies, like Panda Express, that have strong corporate val-
ues similar to our own," said John Bekkers, Gold Kist president
and CEO. "We are very proud to be a key supplier of Panda
Express Orange Chicken, and we are working hard to ensure,
that the product meets the expectations of Panda Express every
day."
"Panda Express is one of the fastest growing restaurant
chains, and we need the capabilities of world class, producers
like Gold Kist to sustain our growth. We appreciate and value
the commitment Gold Kist has made to Panda Express." said
Larry Behm, senior vice president of operations support and in-


Supplier Of Orange Chicken
novation. uct's sophistica
Gold Kist and Panda Express celebrated this milestone search with Pan
with an employee appreciation event at 'the Gold Kist Boaz, the ideal prodi
Ala., processing plant that produces this original chicken prod- development o:
uct. More than 800 plant employees were greeted in their break Don McFarlan(
room by the Panda Express Panda Bear mascot and the Gold ABOUT G
Kist Chris P. Chicken character and treated to the Panda Ex- the third large
press meal experience, which featured Orange Chicken, egg counting for n
rolls, rice and fortune cookies. . United States i
"We wanted to thank the Gold Kist employees and give chicken produce
them an opportunity to experience their product as it is pre- cessing, market
pared in our Panda restaurants," said Sonya Wong. director of clude nine div
quality assurance for the Panda Restaurant Group. "There has North Carolina
been a great display of teamwork between Panda and Gold Kist it the company
during the process of developing and transferring the 'hand- ABOUT P
crafted look' of this chicken product to large-scale production. craveable Chin
This great partnership has been built on good communication. Chicken. Pan
development of an in-depth understanding of the product. a growing Chine
willingness to adapt and change and an overall commitment to company has g
product quality) and food safety." , Puerto Rico an
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To Panda Express
tion and tight specifications.; We did a lot of re-
ida Express store managers to get a true sense of
ict and went beyond conventional practices in
f the Orange Chicken production process." said
d, Gold Kist further processing plant manager.
GOLD KIST: Gold Kist iNASDAQ: GKIS) is
st chicken company in the United States, ac-
iore than 9 percent of chicken produced in the
n 2005. Gold Kist operates a fully integrated
tion business that includes live production, pro-
ting and distribution. Gold Kist's operations in-
isions located in Alabama. Florida, Georgia,
and South Carolina. For more information, vis-
's Web site at hrrp.':/'iw.goldkist'.com.
ANDA EXPRESS: Best known for fresh, tasty,
ese food and for introducing the original Orange
da Express is the nation's largest and fastest
ese quick-service restaurant. Since 1983 the
grown to more than 850 locations in 34 states,
d Japan. For more information, visit w\w.pan-


Hanson UMC To Present Annual Cantata


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Hanson United
NMethodist Church Chancel
Choir will present their annual
cantata. "Touched By' a Child,
Touched By a King" on Sun-
day. December 17. at 2 p.m.


The canata is dedicated
to the memorN of Bonnie
Shadrick.
Hanson United Methodist
Church is located seven miles
north of Madison off the Colin
Kelly Highway in Hanson. on
NE Daisy Street.


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share the blessing with the
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MADISON COUNTY
FAIR HOUSING NOTICE
It is the policy of the Board of County Commissioners of Madison County
to promote, through fair, orderly and lawful procedure the opportminity for each per-
son so desiring to obtain housing of such person's choice in the county without
regard to race. religion, color, ancestry, national origin, sex, familial status, marital
status, handicap or age, and that, to that end, to prohibit discrimination in housing
by any person.
The County Coordinator is authorized to implement the County's fair hous-
ing policy, as contained in Ordinance Number 92-44, as amended, in accordance
with state and federal laws.
A written complaint of any such discrimination should be made to the
County Coordinator. P.O. Box 539, Madison, Florida 32341. The complaint must
be received within 45 days of the alleged occurrence. An investigation will be con-
ducted within 30 days of receipt of the complaint and a determination of probable
cause will be generated. If there is cause to believe discrimination took place, the
County Coordinator will attempt to conciliate the parties.
For further information or a copy of the Fair Housing Ordinance of Madison
County, contact Mr. Alien Cherry, Madison County Coordinator, at 973-3179.

Madison County is an Equal Opportunity Housing Agency
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Congratulates

Michael Prown
on receiving his Bachelor's of Science Degree
in Civil Engineering at The University of Florida

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Happenings At


Madison First

| By Neil Dobbs
Changes! Changes! So many changes in our
church recently! And now another sad one as
Preacher announced his resignation as our preach-
er effective December 24 - exactly five years since
he came to us. As I spoke to him he said now I
could write about this news, not the news we ex-
pected to hear or, wanted to hear. '
Then later, I came across "Happenings" from
January 20th of this year that a special teacher
friend, Nancy (McCohan) Dugan, of Pennsylva-
nia, had written in her 2005 Christmas message
(she's been bedfast for 11 years and yet is so re-
markable). And. as the pages of our past year (five
years) accumulated under another calendar chap-
ter, we look back mith gratitude, feel at peace w ith
the present. and are ever hopeful for the future.
The topography of our landscape presented moun-
taintop views and undesirable beliefs, but in all.
the road traveled was amazingly special ... what
indescribable jo\ and comfort to see our children
reach out and make a difference in so many and
% variable avenues. Each of the grandchildren is in-
terested in Family! Fnends! School! Sports! Their
activities! Their enthusiasm! Energy!. Kindness!
Their involvement in life is so refreshing! And
friends - Faithful! Supportive! Fabulous!
And, wv.e pra\ that your life %%ill be filled with
God's presence. \our heart\ will renew with his
love, and that the New Year w ill embrace you with
his peace! Amen! And Amen! And may God grant
this. Amen!" That was the end of Nancy's mes-
sage.
We are to keep our eyes on Jesus and keep the
faith in order to please the Lord.
Beautiful flowers %were placed on the altar
Sunday in honor of Lois "Gangie" Wainwright's


Baptist
90th birthday by her family.
In spite of a broken foot, Preacher Brad Clark
Baptized a new fellow after we voted to receive
him into the church, as he was saved on a
Wednesday night. David Fries sang "Peace."'
Chancel Choir sang "God Rest Ye Merry Gentle-.
men." Preacher's message was about Nehemiah,
the cupbearer to the King who was sad. When the
King asked why Nehemiah prayed and then he
answered by saying how could he. not be sad
when his people were in captivity and the walls of
the city were torn down. How could he help, the,
King asked. Let him go. build the 'wall, ask other
Kings'to grant him safe passage, and give him,
timber..
Tom Zimmerly had a hard time saying the
closing prayer.
Tuesday. the Senior Adult Choir sang at Lake
Park. Wednesday, SAM had a covered dish lun-
cheon with Carroll Lamb and someone else, as
special speakers.
Our hearts are sad over the death of Shelton
Williams, but we rejoice over the life he lived and
the sw% eet messages of Preacher Quackenbush and
our Preacher.
NMany are ill. Debbie Bass asked prayer for
Susan at work as the dust from inside the shatter-
proof w windshield damaged her eyes: for Tony.
Huggins who had surgery in Orlando Wednesday.
and for his wife, Rosalind (Hutchinson i; for Jim-
my Colvin at Shands: for our nephew\. Gary
Roberts of Lake Butler. He asked earnest prayers
for him. be had the flu and couldn't ha\e surgery;
Ann Russell Horton: Jerry Grable: Boogie
Schnitker in the hospital. and all the others.
Nlay the Lord purpose our hands to serve
Him! Amen!


By Vicki Howerton
Madison First United Methodist
Church
For unto. you- is born this
day in the city, of David, a Sav-
ior, which is Christ the Lord.
Luke 2:11(KJV)
...And his name shall be
called Wonderful Counselor, The'
Mighty God, The Everlasting
Father, The Prince of Peace.
Isiaah 9-6

A DIFFERENT
CHRISTMAS POEM
The embers glowed softly.
and in their diin light, I gazed
'round the room and I cherished
the sight.
My w ife was asleep, her
head on m% chest, my daughter
beside me. angelic in rest.
Outside the snow fell. a
blanket of white, transforming
the yard to a v% inier delight.
The sparkling lights in the
tree, I believe. completed the
magic that was Christmas Eve.
My eyelids were heavN. m,
breathing \was deep. Secure and
surrounded by love I would
sleep. . .
In perfect contentment. or
so it would seem. I slumbered.:
perhaps I started to dream.
The sound wasn't loud. and
it wasn't too near, but I opened
my eves when it tickled my ear.
Perhaps just a cough. I did-
n't quite know. and then the sure


sound of footsteps outside in the
snow.
My soul, gave a tremble, I
struggled to hear, and I crept to
the door just to see who was
near.
Standing out in the cold and
the dark of the night, a lone fig-
ure stood, his face weary and
tight.
A soldier. I puzzled, some
twenty years old, perhaps a Ma-
rine huddled here in the cold.
Alone in the dark, he looked
up and smiled. Standing watch
over me. and my wife, and my
child;
"WhVat are you" doing?" -I
asked without fbar," Come in
this moment, it's freezing out
here!
Put down your pack; brush
the snow from your sleeve, you
should be at home on a cold:
Christmas Eve!"
For barely\ a moment I sa%
his eyes shift. a\waN from the
cold and the snow blown in
drifts.
To the w% indo\\ that danced
with a warm fire's light, he
sighed and he said, "It's really all
right.:
I'm out here by choice. I'm
here every night. It's mn duty to
stand at the front of the line. "
That separates you from the
darkest of times. No one had to
ask or beg or implore me.
I'm proud to stand here like


my fathers before me. My
Gramps died at 'Pearl on a day in
December,"
Then he sighed, "That's a
Christmas 'Gram always remem-
bers.... My dad stood his watch
in the jungles of' Nam'.
Arid now it is my turn and so.
here I am. I've not seen my own
son in more than a while,
But my wife sends me pic-
tures; he's sure got her smile."
Then he bent, and he carefully
pulled from his bag.
The red, %white, and blue...
an American flag. I can live
through the cold and the being
alone,
Away from my family, my
house and my home. I can stind
at my post through the rain and
the sleet;
I can sleep in a foxhole with
little to eat. I can carry the
w eight of hurting another:
Or even lay down my life
w ith my sister and brother, who
stand at the front, against ANY
and all,
To ensure for all time that
this flag % ill NOT fall." "So go
back inside," he said, "harbor no
fright,
Your family is waiting and
I'll be all right." "But isn't there
something I can do. at the least.
"Give you money." I asked.
"or prepare you a feast'? It seems
all too little for all that you've
done,,
For being away from your
wife and your son." Then his eye
w elled a tear that held no regret.
"Just tell us you love us. and
you w ill never forget "
To fight for our rights back
at home while we're gone- to
stand your own watch, no matter
how long.
For when we come home. if
standing or dead, to know that
you remember we fought and we
bled.
That is payment enough
and wi that we wil trust...
That we mattered to you as
you matter to us."

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141 SW Broad A'.e * Green. ile. FL 32331 * 85i)-94S-21822
Re'vt'ered Father T. Payne
Bishop .Aletander Bartholomew'
Sunday - Eucharist Mass iDi'ine Liturgy)
10:00 a.m. & 6:00 p.m.


Barbara Memorial Church
Of The Nazarene
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Sunday School...................10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship.......................................... 11:00 a.m.
E evening \I or blup..........................................5:30 p.m.
%\tdnesda% Biblehi stud,.................... ............7:30 p.m.



Reapers Of The Harvest Church
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Sunday School............. ............................... 10:011 a.m .
Morning A\orhip...... ..........................11:0110 a.m.
Evening \orihip..... ........................6:00 p.m.
1\tdnesda) Night S-rnice...............................7:30 p.m.
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LVE RYONE IS L.\A' S WELCOME!


St. Vincent DePaul Roman
Catholic Church
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Suoda)........... ............................................ 9:00 a.m .
Mon., Tu-'... \mtd. ................................ 7:31 a.m.
Thursday M alas........................................... 7:301 a.m.
Salurda [la................................................. ..........:30 p.m.



St. Mary's Episcopal Church
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Sunday. Hulh% Euhari>l ................. 11........ l a.m.
Mission Board - 2nd Sunday ......................11:00 p.m.
lpi.i npal i. hurch \m.,min � 3rd Sunda.......11:111 p.m.


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Sunday School............................................. 9:45 a.m .
S f1 morning 1or..hip......................................11:00 a.m.
, ' ' Church Training .............................................6:00 p.m .
E i ening \\orship ........................................... 7:00 p.m .
I Prater Metling. \\tdnesda s............... 7-8:00 p.m.
i ,, I Family Nighi Supper. Is1 \ednesda)........6-7:00 p.m.
. Li,, I Puppett Ministry. Sunday...........................6...:011.p.m.
GROW \ istiation. Mlonda.............................6:30 p.m.


Grace Presbyterian Church
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Sunday School For ll Ag......................9:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning \orhip......................11:00 a.m.
\Wed. Fello"-,hip Supperr'lible Siud)........6:00 p.m.
southh Group. Is[ - 12th Grades................6:30 p.m.
Choir Pracrice ...........................................7:30 p.m .
Friday Miltn' Praser BrkaMala.................7:00 a.m.
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Lee United Methodist Church
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NM rniing , ur.hip ....... .............................9:1 u..
Sunday School. .... ................... .................1Ill:1t a m.
M morning Ai\ r.hip. ........... ............................I :1111 a.m .
Sunday) E%(ning \)or.hip. ........................ ... ...6:31, p.m.
Men', Fhllnu hip Rev.Aklaul
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Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church

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Sunday School... . ............ . ......... :45 a.m.
Paloraln Sunda .1 . & 3,3r.1 u.......i............ 1:11 a.m.
ioulh (hurcih :r.,l -L... ............................... 1:11 i t.m .
Pasuloral Slund.s m i , ..,, ................. . ..........11:00 a.m .


290 NE D.i, Street * Hair.-un. F-L
(7 5 mlcs fiorm Madsn adon Hv , 145,, n rin night on Dai.yl
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Sunday School............................................1... 0:00 a.m.
M morning Worship.............. .......................... 11:15 a.m.
Sunday Etening Bibil Stud...........................6:00 p.m.
Choir Practice Sunda) E'cning....................5:00 p.m.
Wednesday Evening Prayetr Strite ...............7:00 p.m.
All Are Welcome. Plea'e Come'

Fellowship Baptist Church
One rmle rno.rtl :.1 M( d.cn ori, I14
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Ga'irn GaliiN , IIh ,:lh- Oir,. -r * .,4" It U.iH S�_u. li( Paii._,r
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Morning worship ....................8:30 a.m. & 11:00 u.m.
Sunday School...........................................10:00 a.m.
Wednesday: Family Night................Call for sche-dule
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First United Methodist Church
Since 1830 * Ho:r, at Rutledge oS * 5i)-~47.3'-629',
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..,..,. ,,, Seri ice of % ord & Table-............................. 8:30 a.m.
A,,-. o'. Sunday) School.............. .......................9... :45 a.m.
, Sunday Morning Worship......................... :00 a.m.
...... Wednesday All louth grades 6-81.......6:30-8:00 p.m.
. outh (grade, 9-12 .........................................7:00 p.m.
..., . .. Men's Fllouship Bren-akfast O3rd Sun. ........8:00 a.m.
,,"..," omen's Merleing & Lunch Isit Mon.i.....12:00 noon


Greenville Baptist Church
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Sunday School l .it'.... ..................... 1 :1)1) n.m .
Sunday [Morning '.rship.. ................... 11:111, a.m.
Sunday E3 tning \\orthip......... ......... ..........7:liI. p.m .
Sunday Pre-w.hool, SltudantL, and
,\dulti Choir Rthiaral .................. ......5.......5:31 p.mn.
W'ednmda% Pr ,h,,)l children.
Youlh & Ad ll Bibl Studie ...................... .....7:It p.m.
lit Sundai etr n i.nthlhMin' Bitakfaiii ..........b:IJt a.m.
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Sunda) School.............................................. 10:O a.m .
M morning \ors'hip......................................1... 1:110 a.m.
Evening \or hip......................................... 6:110 p.m .
' iWednesda) Bibic Stud) ..............................7:00 p.m.


Please join us at First Unit-
ed Methodist Church in Madi-
son. Florida on December 17.
2006. The Chancel Choir. under
the direction of Dr. Lynn Corbin.
will present our Christmas Can-
iata - "A Candlelight Christmas."
This will be at 11 a.m. in the
Sanctuary.
The 55 Plus Club w ill meet
December 13.2006. at the Coop-
erative Ministries Building
where "Debbie Bass and
Friends" %\ill entertain the club
%with Old Time Christmas Carols.
Lee United Methodist Church
\\ill be in charge of the holiday
luncheon.
The United Methodist Men
will have their Christmas meet-
ing on December 8th in the Fel-
lowship Hall at 8 a.m.. All the
men in the county are invited to
gather for this sumptuous early
morning breakfast delight. A
program which will entertain
and inspire will follow the buf-
fet.


Pastor Bob Laidlaw and
Pastor Brian Sanderson, along
with our entire congregation, in-
vite, you to join us for all of the
special December celebrations
and meaningful worship services
happening regularly at First
United Methodist Church in
Madison.
Please remember the men
and women who proudly serve
this country. Their families need
extra prayer at this time as well.
We also remember to pray for
Pastors and Churches every-
where who proclaim the birth of
the Savior of the whole world
.......We also pray for hurting in-
dividuals and families both near
and far.
Come and worship with us
at First United Methodist
Church, where we celebrate the
birth of the One for whom the
angels sang as they worshipped
Him at his birth: "Glory to God
in the Highest, and on Earth,
Peace, Good Will toward Men."
We echo these songs of praise in
this most wondrous season of all.


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er than a at some toys that are captivaring
and educational.
Th e Color Pixter bN Fisher-
r Priceis a PDA-style portable ac-
tivity center designed for kids
age four and up The Color Pix-
ter features a rounded shape and
a brightly colored screen. on
which kids can use the tethered
.st lus to dra%\. coloi and play
games. The Pixter can be acces-
sorized % ith cartridges that teach
math. astronomy. language skills
'and geography, and there is also
a program that turns'the Pixter
into a virtual pet. The Color Pix-
ter sells for $85 and the extra
cartridges sell for $20. A snap-on
digital camera is also a% ailable
for $29 95.
The Digital Blue QX5
Computer Microscope comes, in
two parts and requires a simple
software installation and a
hookup to a spare USB port. The
microscope can capture images
at 640x480 resolution at three
levels of magnification: 10X,
60X and 200X. A package of
specimen jars, two containment
dishes and a slide for samples are
also included with the micro-
*. scope, as well as a slide cup,
.. tweezers and an eyedropper.
What the microscope sees ap-
': . pears on the computer screen.
Kids can then save the images to
a disk, still photo, 15-frame per
second video , or a time-lapsed
movie. The software also lets
kids edit the images and the
video, and add special effects
and music to them. The micro-
scope sells for $99.99.
The Dino Xcavator features
the sound effects of a T-Rex.
Kids draw a card and then exca-
vate the bone shown on it. When
they touch the side of the pit, the
T-Rex roars. The kit comes with
bone excavation cards, which
have dinosaur trivia on them,
and an excavation tool. The Dino
Xcavator sells for $24.95.
Samsung's DVD Jr. is de-
signed for kids age .15 and under.
The hand-held mini DVD player
has a 2.5" thin film transistor
(TFT) LCD screen and is de-
signed to play 3" mini discs dis-
tributed by Warner Home Video.
The unit can also play MP3 mu-
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comes with a DC power jack and
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The Music
By Ronda Addy
Is there a music, lover on
. your gift-giving list? Chances
are there's a boxed CD set of
their favorite artist out there
waiting for you to buy. Here are
some boxed CD sets that are
sure to appeal to the music lover.
Boats, Beaches, Bars and
Ballads is a four-disc set comrn-
piled from Jimmy Buffet albums
S from 1970 to 1990, along with
some unreleased songs. The set
comes with liner notes, color-
photos and a track-by-track de-
scription by Buffet himself.
Broadway- The American
Musical is a five-disc set featur-'
ing music from several Broad-
2 way shows, including George
M. Ziegfeld Follies of 1919,
Showboat, Annie Get Your Gun,
South Pacific,' M�y Fair Lady,
The Sound of Music. Oli\er,
Man of La Mancha. Hair,
Grease, A Chorus Line, Chica-
go, Evita, Nihe, Cats, Les Mis-
erables, The Phantom of the
Opera, The Lion King, Rent,,
Hairspray and Wicked. The set
comes with a 55,-page booklet);
containing' annotations about
each track and photographs
from each production
Capitol Albums Vol. 2 .
(Longbox) (Limited Edition) is.
a four-disc set of the Beades'
American album recordings
from 1963 to 1965. The songs
come in both stereo and mono
mixes, and the original stereo'
mixes of "Help" and "Rubber
Soul" are also available. %which
differ from the digital mL\es on
other CDs. The set comes in a
long box and. a standard CD-
sized box with a photo booklet.
Brainin a Box-Science Fic-
tion is a five-disc set from art -
ous artists that contains 113
scores and songs from .movies
and TV, sci-fi themed pop and
novelty songs, and lots of sound
effects. The set includes music
from Close Encounters of the
S Third Kind, Aliens, E.T., Star
Trek, The X-Files, The Twilight
Zone and The Day the .Earth
Stood Still. There is also a 200-
page hardbound book, contain-
ing rare photos, movie posters
and blueprints on how to build
your own light saber..
se Capitol Years is a three-disc
set that covers hits from Frank
Sinatra during the 1950s. There
are 75 chronologically arranged
'i tracks, of which about half are
appearing on CD for the first
time. The set comes with a 36-
, 2 page booklet of photos.
Classic Disney is a three-
disc set with recordings from
4 various artists. Covering 60
years of music, the set includes
songs from Mary Poppins,
Beauty and the Beast, The Jun-
gle Book, Davy Crockett, Toy
Story and Robin Hood. All total,
there are 75 tracks.
The Elvis #1 Singles boxed
set consists of 20 discs contain-
." ing all 21 of Elvis' #1 hits, along
with their original B-sides. Each
single also comes with the prig-
inal 45-RPM artwork and has a
block finish to replicate the orig-
inal release. There is also. a
19x24-inch poster displaying
the art for all 20 singles. The set
comes with a booklet containing
complete discography informa-
tion.


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can get their Step 2 driver's
licence and make holiday arts
and crafts during the event. All
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into a drawing for the toys at the
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By Ronda Addy
Americans love their stuff
,and like to have things that be-
long just to them. Let's take a
look at some gifts that are per-
sonal.
The Brain Spa Head NMas-
sager is a patented Italian design
with Japanese engineering.
When placed on the head, the
massager feels like thousands of
tiny massaging fingers, which
help circulate the blood and re-
lieve stress The massager can be
used anywhere at home. in the
car or at the office. It comes Mith
a rechargeable battery and an
A/C adapter The massager sells
for $49.95.
The .DNA Pendant allows
users to save a loved one's DNA.
Created bN the Japanese compa-
ny Eiwa Industry Co., the pen-
dant comes in tvo sizes: one that
resembles a round perfume bottle
and one that looks like a stylized
human face and is cut so that it
can be .combined with a second
pendant. The pendant is made of
silver and sells for $428. which
includes the cost of extracting the
DNA
The Gen-H4 Personal Heli-
copter come, in a kit that takes
30 to 40 hours to assemble. De-
veloped by GEN Corporation in
Japan. the single-seat helicopter
.is designed to be flow n with min-
imum training by a pilot who
weighs no more than 190
pounds. With ,its 8-borsepower
engine and two propellers, the
Gen-H4 can reach a top speed of
56 MPH and fly for up to an hour
on a five-gallon tank of fuel. The
GEN H-4 is not for sale at this
time, but when it does come on
the market., it is expected to sell
for an estimated $35.000.
The Ionic Breeze Personal
Air Purifier is a portable, wear-
able air purifier that allows users
to have fresh clean air every-
where they go. Designed to be
worn around the neck like binoc-
ulars, the air purifier moves air
quietly. without a fan and traps
and removes airborne irritants
such as dust and smoke. The pu-
rifier weighs five ounces and can
run for 20 straight hours on two
AA batteries. It comes with a
one-year warranty and sells for
$29.95..
Slippies Microwavable Foot
Warmers are ideal for anyone
with tired, achy feet. Made from
a special blend of treated flax
seed and herbs, the warmers can
be heated in the microwave for
90 seconds or less and will keep
feet warm for two hours. The
warmers can be reheated time
and again or frozen for use on
sprains or swelling. Available in
small for shoe sizes 4 to 7 and
large for shoe sizes 8 to 11, the
warmers are not designed to be
walked in or to be used by dia-
betics. They sell for $26.
The Turbo-Clipper has
chrome-plated, hardened steel
clippers, which allow users to cut
nails cleanly 'and catch the nail
clippings in the compartment
handle, which can be emptied
when needed. The clipper has a
powered filing wheel on one end
to smooth out rough edges and
can be used by either right- or
left-handed individuals. It runs
on a lithium battery and sells for
$49.95.
These gifts may seem a little
odd, but you can bet there aren't
many people who have them.
They will probably be yours and
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Williams Serves As


Excel Curriculum


Guidance Counselor


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Jada Williams of Madison
serves as the Madison County
Alternative Excel School's
Curriculum Guidance Coun-
selor. She has been serving in
this position for three years.
She helps students with
their schedule, making sure
they are taking the proper
courses. She performs coun-
seling for students and staff
and most importantly. she
makes sure the Excel school's
curriculum matches the state
requests and standards.
Additionally, Williams
does anything and everything
required to prepare students
and proctors for the Florida
Comprehensive Assessment
Test (FCAT). She instructs
teachers on the several differ-
ent rules and regulations, secu-
rity codes and statues that the
FCAT contains. Also, she ex-
plains to the entire school how
the test is set up and distributes
all materials for any type of
testing at Excel. The Excel
school will be lakin2 the FCAT
sometime at the end of Febru-
ary and the beginning of


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Jada Williams is in her seventh year of her education
career. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jessalyn Cov-
ell, December 5, 2006)


March.
Before taking on the Cur-
riculum Guidance Counselor
position. Williams was a spe-
cial education teacher for
sixth-12th grades at Excel
from 2003-2004. She was a
math and social studies teacher
for sixth-eighth grades for two
years at the Greenville Middle
School before Madison Coun-
ty Central School opened.


Williams is highly quali-
fied being in her seventh year
of education. She graduated
from Madison County High
School in 1995 and went on to
Valdosta State Universit.y,
where she received her Bache-
lors of Arts degree in Political
Science in 1999. Also. she ob-
tained her Masters of Educa-
tional Leadership degree from
Florida Agricultural and Me-


chanical University (FAMU)
in 2003.
Recently, on November
16-18. Williams and guidance
counselors from Madison
County Central School and
High School attended a work-
shop in Orlando at the Florida
Counseling Association's 57th
Annual Convention.
Williams stated, "I enjoy
the Excel staff as well as the
students. I couldn't ask for a
better principal. Maceo How-
ell is great to work for and l've
really enjoyed my time here
working with such %wonderful
people."
Her family includes her
husband. Coach Rod, and one
son. Roderick Williams Jr.
(RJ). In her spare time, she en-
jo s reading, shopping, at-
tending church at St. James
Missionary Baptist Church
and spending time with fami-
ly.
Williams was recently
elected the new Supervisor of
Elections for Madison County
and will begin next year, but
will not forget the love and
support received from the Ex-
cel staff and students.


Madison Science Teachers Pour


It On At NFCC Science Summit
Middle and high school
S science teachers joined in-
structors at North Florida
Community College for the
annual NFCC Science Summit
November 3, 2006. It was an
all-day, hands-on series of lab
and outdoor experiments tor
the thirteen teachers.
NMadison teachers attend-
ing %%ere:
l.Madison Central
F School: Penny Kuntz. and --
M N lissy Nlel in n -,
Madison County High:
Steve Bass, Donna Odoin.
Linda Bezick, Ginny Quack-
enbush, and Way.ne Wake-
* field.
Members of NFCC's sci-
Sence department that hosted
the summit included: Danny NFCC'sTony DeLia;.Susan Anderson, Jefferson High; and Donna Odom of Madison
SHarris, Terry Zimmerman, County High School, pictured left to right, watch as Michelle Tharpe of Aucilla Christ-
Bonnie Littlefield, Tony ian Academy "fishes" for a water sample. (Photo submitted)
DeLia and Barry Barnhart. shared information about up- Barry Barnhart led For information contact
Zimmerman led a demon- coming rocket launches. demonstrations at the Ladell Harris by calling 973-1649 or
station of how to do water DeLia discussed telescope Brothers Nature Center. e-mail harrisD @nfec.edu.
quality assessments at the viewing opportunities and the
NFCC campus lakes and. new NFCC weather station.


MCHS Fellowship Of Christian

Athletes Spreads His Word


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, lInM.
Are you a Christian?
Are you strong enough in
your faith with Jesus Christ
to spread his word among
others? The 15 members of
the Madison County High
School's Fellowship Of
Christian Athletes (FCA) do.
Tammy Leslie and Elias
Paulk are the sponsors for
FCA. The student leaders
are Kris James. Ben Pickles,
Ashley Haynes and Brittany
Davis. They are in charge of
planning meetings and head-
ing up FCA huddles.
FCA reaches-out to stu-
dents and tells them just
what they need to know
about Jesus Christ, that he is
our Savior and the only way
to get into Heaven.
MCHS FCA members
attended a FCA leadership
camp this past summer and
members will be taking
their annual trip to the FCA
camp in February.
FCA members help the
community by reaching out
to students who would be
unlikely to attend church.
Instead, club members
invite students to an FCA
-huddle and hose students
may ask God into their lives
because someone invited
them , to FCA. Also, FCA,
e Hdurages' students -to af"
.tend church on a regular ba-


sis. - '.
' Leslie stated,. "Whenbe'
.was in high school, -I be-
came involved, in FCA be-
cause .of Robin Hill. -She
was my basketball coach
and the FCA sponsor at the
time. FCA really impacted
my relationship with Jesus
Christ."
FCA has been spiritual-.
ly touching the lives of mil-
lions since 1954. It is the
largest Christian.sports or-
ganization in America. FCA
tries to see the world im-
pacted for Jesus Christ
through the influences of
athletes and coaches. FCA
tries to present to athletes
and coaches, and all who..
they influence, the chal-
lenge and adventure of re-
ceiving Jesus Christ as Sav-
ior and Lord, serving him
through a personal relation-
ship and in the fellowship
of the church.
Leslie noted, "FCA is
an amazing organization
that reaches out to athletes,
coaches and students telling
them about Christ. There
has been a lot of people"
who have given their life to
God because of them going
to FCA camp, or a FCA
huddle. FCA is just an awe-
some organization that
. reaches out to students, with
the' mesagge" dtf Jesus
Christ." . , . .


From Jan. 1, 2006 to Dec. 31, 2006,

To The MCHS Class of '74,




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Pinetta Elementary School first grade student Savan-
nah Peterson (middle) is pictured with principal Beth
Moore (left) and her school bus driver Gloria McLeod. Pe-
terson was honored as "Student of the Month" with a cer-
tificate and received another certificate for good bus be-
havior. (Greene Publishing. Inc. Photo by Jessalyn Cov-
ell, December 5, 2006)
Latma Christian Academy To Hold
3rd Year Annual Celebration


Latma Christian Acade-
my. would like to invite you
to celebrate with us our 3rd
annual celebration.
The 2006 Celebration
will take place on Sunday,
December 10th, 2006 at
5:30 p.m.
THEME: "Hundreds of
seeds. Saving Hundreds of
Lives".
Tickets price: $20.00
for adults and $10.00 for
youth (12 and under)
Special Entertainment.


Music. Food and much
more....
Our goal is to build up
that which has begun so
that w\e may better serve
our students and communi-
ty.
Please see a LATMA
student, parent, staff for
tickets or tickets can be
purchased at the door.
For more info. please
contact Latma Academy for
any donation and tickets at
850-973-2359.


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Shanekqua Williams
By Jessajin Covell ,-
Greene Publishungt Ihc.
Shanekqua Williams
Sis the daughter of
Nathaniel Akins and Ke- I-
sha Straughter. She hles
%%ith her grandmother. I
Margie williams.
She is a freshman at
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MAfer completing h a
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versity iFAJLiL and has Williams has plans to
hopes o bec'ming a Cer- become a Certified
tified Nursing Assi-stant Nursing Assistant after
Her favorite colors graduating high
are pink and white and school. (Greene Pub-
her fa orite season of the fishing. Inc. Photo by
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Cowgirl Soccer


Takes Godby 3


By Janet Schrader
Greene Publishing. Inc.
Cowgirl soccer took their
last road trip for awhile to
Tallahassee November 30 to
take on the Godby Lady
Cougars. The girls notched
their second w in of the sea-
son. beating Godby 3-2.
Neither team could get a
clear advantage until the
Lady Cougars scored on a
penalty kick in the nuddle of
the first half. The Cowgirls
came back a few minutes lat-


er, scoring twice in two min-
utes. Madison scored again
earls in the first half, fol-
lowed by the Lady Cougars a
few minutes later. The final
score %was 3-2 Cow girls.
A.lyce Rutherford scored
with an assist from Unique
Gnann. Paige Wetmore
scored an unassisted goal and
Gnann scored an unassisted
goal.
Goalkeeper Ashley Collis
had three saves for the Cow-
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The Cowgirls are now at
2-4-1 for the season (still 1-2
in the district). They will be
playing at home tomorrow


night, Thursday. December 7.
against Taylor County. Come
out and support the girls.
Game time is 7 p.m.


Allyce Rutherford fights off an opponent. (Greene
Publishing. Inc. Photo by Janet Schrader, November 2,
2006)


Cowgirl #3, Amber Cooper kicks the ball. (Greene
Publishing, Inc. Photo by Janet Schrader, November 2,
2006)


Cowgirl forward Emily Hentges runs for the ball.
(Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Janet Schrader, No-
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SPORTS


Friday, December 8, 2006


Ashley Smith Works As Athletic Trainer


By Janet Schrader
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Ashley Smith is making a
career out of taking care of
athletes. Madison County
High School graduate Smith is


now in her senior year at the
University of Florida. Smithis
studying to become an athletic
trainer. Last year she traveled
with the Lady Gator softball
team, handling all of their ba-


Ashley Smith is attending UF to learn to take care of
athletes. She currently is assigned to be the trainer for
Santa Fe High School sports. Here she tapes an ankle.
(Photo submitted)


sic medical needs from the
dugout.. Smith said she never
saw any serious injuries, just
some sprains and a few wrist
and leg fractures.
"I haven't seen any signif-
icant injuries so far," Smith
said.
This year, Smith is work-
ing as a trainer for Santa Fe
High School in Alachua Coun-
ty. Smith said she worked
through football season and is
now working soccer and bas-
ketball;.
"I, go to all the games,"
Smith said. "I'm there on the
sidelines for immediate first
aid. I'm' working whatever
sport is in season.",
After graduating in 2007.
Smith hopes to land a job
working for the National
Training Center in Clermont.
Smith said she's applied for a
job there. The National Train-
ing Center handles training for
elite athletes like Olympians
and some professionals. The
center also provides rehabili-
tation for these athletes. It
bills itself as a sports health
and fimess center.
Smith said the National


A Farewell To A Great Coach


By Gabe Thompson
December 5 was the last
daN of school and the last day
Joe Morabito \\as the coach
of the Lady Sentinels softball
team.
Coach Morabito is re-
signing coaching to pursue a
career in the Nasy. Morabito
will leave for the Navy on
February 26 to become a
Master of Arms which is the
Navy's form-of'FBI, 'DEA,
'arid AT- fl'e ' ilT enter with
the rank of Seaman with 4
promotion to Perty Officer 3rd
Class after completion of A-
School. due to his having a
college degree. Morabito
plans to enlist as an officer af-


ter serving as enlisted.
Morabito stated, "Coach-
ing here was. something spe-
cial, and it will be hard to du-
plicate.- I loved the people I
worked with, and Coach
Clyde Alexander is an amaz-
ing person to work with."
In his six years as a coach
for NFCC he broke every
record for the school. He
brought the school its first
Conference Championship,.,
S'ifte Chaimpinship,'ntimber-'
one ranking, and he broke the
record for most wins in a sea-
son for the states' smallest
college in the toughest confer-
ence in the country.
Six of the players he had


while coaching here were All
Americans and he had one
player go on and sign a pro-
fessional softball contract.
Morabito said, "'The school's
great recruitment played a key
role in my success."
The decision on who will
replace him as. coach is still
being decided. Athletic Direc-
tor Steve Givens stated,
"We're excited about the great
applicant pool we have to
c-t6 f-tt6mn.'" A 'cdthmittee
will make the final decision
on who they choose to coach
softball. Around 30 people
where interviewed for the po-
sition coming from as far
away as Arizona and Ohio.


JV Cowgirls Beat Rickards In Overtime


By Janet Schrader
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The JV Cowgirls won
their first game of the season
Friday, December 1, against
the Rickards JV in overtime.
The final score was 29-26.
"It was a very intense and
exciting game," said JV Cow-
girl coach Tammy Leslie.
The lead switched hands
throughout the entire game
keeping fans on the edge of
their seats.
"When one team would
score the other would answer
right back," Leslie said. "The
girls worked hard for the
win."
Rickards hit a three-
pointer at the buzzer to tie the
game at 21 and send it into


Keshanna Weather-
spoon scored, four points
against Rickards. (Greene
Publishing, Inc. Photo by
Janet Schrader, November
14,2006)


overtime. The final score was
29 to 26.
Katrina Aikens led the
scoring with 11 points. Chante
Graham had seven points.
Elizabith Cotrell had four
points. Terri Gee had two.
Myeshia Tucker had three
points. Keshanna Weather-
spoon had four points. Chante
Graham really stepped up and
played a nice game.
"Katrina .Aikens had five
points in the three minutes of
overtime that really helped us
out, Leslie said.
The JV Cowgirls play
again December 12 against
Lowndes; December 14
against Godby at 6 p.m. That
is all of the home games be-
fore Christmas.


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Olympic softball team cap-
tain.
While Smith was at
Madison County High, at-
tending NFCC and UF. she
racked up a lot of impressive
honors. In 2001, Smith was a
member of the USFA Nation-
al Champions (Tallahassee
Merchants 16 & under fast-
pitch softball team). In 2003
Smith played for NFCC soft-
ball, helping them become
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ence champions. In 2003, the
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Smith was named to the Gulf
District All-tournament soft-
ball team. Smith was induct-.
ed into the Golden Key Inter-
national Honors society at the


University of Florida in the
spring of 2006.
Even though Smith is try-
ing to land a job after gradua-
tion, she already plans to con-
tinue, her education at- a
Physicians Assistant school
and will intern this summer.
She's just not sure w here. You
no pir!


Madison County's Ashley Smith is making a career
out of taking care of athletes. Smith played softball at
Madison County High School and went to NFCC on a
softball scholarship. As a softball player at NFCC, Smith
was named Scholar Athlete of the Year for the spring of
2006. (Photo submitted)


irl Basketball


Stomps Union County


By Janet Schrader
Greene Publishing., Inc.
The Madison Cow0girl
basketball team hosted
Union' County Tuesday, No-
vember 28, and stomped the
Lady Fighting Tigers 53-28.
"The girls %worked hard
in practice to... improve on
some key areas and played
hard," said coach Chris Neal.
"Everyone contributed, in
different ways, it was a total
team effort."
The Cowgirls controlled
the game from the tip-off, up
22-9 at the half.
Lateska Brown led the
scoring, hitting a
double/double scoring 21
points and snagging 11 re-
bounds.
Fredisa Williams had an
awesome game scoring 12
points, ALL of them three-
pointers from outside the arc.
Shontavia Higgins had a
good night . scoring nine
points and bringing in seven
rebounds.
Jennifer Hopkins had
eight points and Sasha Turn-
er scored three points. Score
at the half was 22-9.


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#33 Lateska Brown led the Cowgirls against Union
County, pulling in a double/double 21 points and 11 re-
bounds. #14 Shontavia Huggins scored nine points and
had seven rebounds. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by
Janet Schrader, November 14, 2006)


Madison Academy Girls Beat Community Christian 20-19


By Janet Schrader
Greene Publishing, Inc.
, It was a down-to-the-wire
finish Tuesday, November 28, as
the Madison Academy girls' bas-
ketball team defeated Communi-
ty Christian 20-19. The game
was played in Tallahassee at Vic-
tory Baptist Church.
Community Christian took
an early lead, going up 7-5 at the
quarter. Madison came back
with seven points in the second,
but Community Christian was
' able to keep up. At the half, the
score was 14-12, with the Madi-
son girls losing.
The third quarter scoring
was even, with both teams wear-
ing down. Community Christian
scored four in the third and so
did Madison. Things looked
grim for the Madison Academy
girls going into the last period of
play down 18-16.
The last period saw Com-
munity Christian unable to com-
plete any baskets from the field.
Madison Academy was able
to grab the lead in the fourth and
keep it. The final score was 20-
19, with Madison Academy go-
ing home with a win.,


Erica Hunter led the Madi-
son girls in scoring with eight
points. Abigail Vasquez had sey-


en points. Ashlyn Welch had
four points and Cheltsie Kinsley
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Friday, December 8, 2006


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 5B


Cow


Iis Lose Two


Cowgirl Basketball Is Improving, But Needs To Start Putting Some "W's" In The Books


#33 Lateska Brown was
high-point scorer for both
the Lincoln and . the
Rickards game. Brown
amassed 30 points total in,
both games. (Greene Pub-
lishing, Inc. Photo by Janet
Schrader, November 14,
2006)


By Janet Schrader
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Cowgirl basketball had a
rocky week, tacking on two
consecutive losses. After a
hard fight and some .ques-.
tionable officiating', the.
Cowgirls lost to Rickards in
Tallahassee, December 1.
The Cowgirls were down 16-
12 at the half, but could not
make up the deficit. The final
score was 42-36. Leading,
scorers were Lateska Brown
with 15 points, Shontavia
Huggins with 1 points, Jen-
nifer Hopkins with seven
points, and . Sasha Turner
with four points.
"Despite playing excel-
lent defense, turnovers and
missed free throws hurt the
girls a lot down the stretch,".
said Coach Chris Neal. "The
defense of the Cowgirls has
been superb the last three
games. Now we have to put a
"W" in the books to go along
with the superb defense."
The Cowgirls played
Lincoln, November 30. It
was another tough loss for
the Cowgirls 38-31. Accord-


ing to Neal, the officiating
was tough on Madison.
Leading scorers against
Lincoln were Lateska Brown
again, with 15 points and
nine rebounds. Fredisa
Williams totaled nine points.
Shontavia Huggins scored
three points. Sasha Turner
had two points, and Crystal
Hightower scored 'one point.
The score at the half was
20-12 and the final score was
38-31. "The girls showed me
that they had heart despite
the poor officiating," Neal
said. "The final score was-
38-31 (by the books they lost,
but in my mind they won).".
Neal added, "The girls
played defense the way it
should have been played all
year."
Cowboy and Cowgirl
basketball are asking you to
pack the gym tonight. The JV
Cowboy)s, a hot ticket this.
year, packed with talent, start
things off at 5 p.m. The Cow-,
girls play nextt, followed by
the Varsity Cowboys. Come
out and pack the gym for
Cowboy basketball'


#14 Shontavia huggins
goes up to score. Huggins
had 11 points against
Rickards and three against
Lincoln. (Greene Publish-
ing, Inc. Photo by Janet
Schrader, November 14,
2006)


Spor1ts Snapsot Of heWk


Getting prepared to watch the Cowboys do battle against Jacksonville Bolles are members of'Coach Frankie
Carroll's family and friends. Front row, left to right: Memori Bass and her mother, Joyce Wells. Second row, left to
right: Jean Carroll, Kelli Carroll, Dewayne O'Quinn and Lavonne Browning. (Photo submitted)


Sen. Lawson Surveys

NFCC Basketball Academy
" " . ":is


-di,


Sen. Al Lawson, and Head Basketball Coach Clyde
Alexander, talk with student athletes. (Photo submit-
ted)


Senator "Al" Lawson,
Tallahassee. sponsor of legis-
lation that granted $375.000
to North Florida Conmmunuity
College for the development
of a men's basketball acade-
my, made his first visit to the
campus to get a report on the
progress of the innovative
program.
"In order to succeed in
life, you must begin with one
four letter word - WORK."
said Senator Lawson to the
young basketball hopefuls.
"--You can achieve any-
thing if you w ork hard. There
will be times throughout
your education when others
\ ill try to hold you back. but
Soui must press forward to
find success," he said.
Lawson met with Athlet-
ic Director Steve Givens and
members of the first men's
basketball academy Thurs-
day. Oct. 19, 2006 at the
NFCC Madison campus.
There are currently 22 in
the program, which was de-
signed to attract minority
young n~e wbho migl other-
wise not attend 'college. The
program not only focuses on
helping young men develop
sports skills potentially for
sports careers beyond the
community college level, but
on developing study skills so
that they can be successful
college students.
NFCC held open tryouts
July 8th. When classes start-
ed Aug. 23rd. 29 accepted
placement in the academy.
Of the seven no longer in the
program, five are still en-


I air-o-o-


rolled at NFCC. concentrat-
ing on strengthening their
academics with plans to re-
rum to the Basketball Acade-
my for the spring 2007 term.
Students in the basket-
ball academy are part of a
special study regime which
includes tutors, mentors, and
a daily study hall. Through-
out the term. they attend
workshops on study skills,
test-taking, note-taking.
time-management, money-
management, and nutrition.
Faculty regularly sends at-
tendance and academic re-
ports to the coaches for fol-
low-up in areas of weakness.
Where does the basket-
ball come in ? Academy Head
Coach Clyde Alexander and
Coach Marcus Hawkins put
them through daily practices
and strength training.
All 22 of the participants
are residents of the North
Florida area and are either
first generation or first time
college students. Most of the
)oung men completed, high
school in 2005 or 2006.. AlI
are receiving financial aid or
scholarships to attend col-
lege
Of the initial applicants,
87% said the Men's Basket-
ball Academy was "very im-
portant" to their attending
college. Sixty-one percent
indicated they would not be
enrolled in college without
the program.
For more information on
the program, contact Coach
Givens at 850-973-1628 or
email GivensS@infcc.edu.


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By Janet Schrader
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison Academy


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son Academy beat the ACA
girls 18-14. The Madison
Academy girls led the ACA
team 8-5 at the half. Madi-
son held the ACA girls out
of the basket in the first
quarter. ACA had to hustle
to catch up in the second
quarter, but ended the half
down to Madison Academy.
Cheltsie Kinsley led
the Madison Academy girls
with six points. Abigail
Vasquez scored four
points, along with Erica
Hunter. Brooke Kinsley
Come Support

Cowgirl Basketball
By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County.High
.School Cowgirl basketball team
will be holding a car wash on
Friday, December 16 from 9
a.m. - 3 p.m. Tickets are on sale
in advance for $5. The fundrais-
er will be held at the Allied
Therapy building, on Highway
90. People can purchase tickets
from Cowgirl basketball players
or Coach Chris Neal. The funds
raised from the car wash will be
used to fund the Cowgirls'
Christmas tournament in Mt.
Dora on December 21-23.
Please contact Coach Neal at
673-8265.
Come out and support
Cowgirl basketball!!


got into the game and
scored two points in the
third. Brooke Schaefer
scored two points in the
second quarter.
Nikki Hamrick of
Greenville scored one
point, and Taryn Copeland,
also of Greenville, scored
three points for the War-
riors.


Dec. 11 NFCC v. Santa Fe
Dec. 13 NFCC v. CFCC
Dec. 14 NFCC v. Chipola
Jan. 12 NFCC v. IMG Academy
Jan. 13 NFCC v. IMG Academy
Jan. 27 NFCC v. GCCC
Jan. 31 NFCC v. IMG Academy
Feb. 1 NFCC v. IMG Academy


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FARM & AGRICULTURE


Friday, December 8, 2006


Joanna Booth Conducts


A Wildflower Class


cal residents, Florida resi-
dents and anyone who
would like to plant these
wildflowers through sever-
al government grants. Her
most recent work featured
the Florida state wild-
flower. Coreopsis lanceola-


ta. She also- raises wild
phlox, black-eyed Susans,
basilis and the lanceolata.
You can get the seeds at
O'Toole's Herb Farm in
packets and at Farmers
Supply Company on Range
Street.


By Janet Schrader
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Wildflower enthusiasts
from the area attended a
lecture at the O'Tooles
Herb Farm, November 4,
given by Joanna Boo~th
from .the Salter Tree and
Herb Farm. Booth spoke
about native wildflowers
and the cultural heritage of
flowers in Florida.
Many local gardeners
and farmers interested in
growing wildflowers at-
tended the workshop. The
discussion was lively and
informative with refresh-
ments, plants and seed.
packets available for trav-
elers from' Valdosta. Ha-
vana,-, Greenville, Ft.
White, and Monticello and
Madison. Booth's next
"talk" will be held at O'-
Tooles Herb Farm on Feb-
Sruary 3, 2007.
Booth owns and runs
Salter Tree and Herb Farm
off Cattail Drive in NMadi-
son. She raises flowers,
herbs and trees;, but her
Passion is for the wildflow\-
ers. She's been working to-
propagate and make certain
x wildflowers available to lo-


Pick Your Own Christmas


Tree, For Real Or Online


BBy Janet Schrader want and order. They ship
Greene Publishing, Inc. with UPS and that's the catch.
In Madison County, you Shipping will run. as high as
have to drive to Georgia or $120 if you want rush delivery
_Suwannee County if you ant
dd.ttr.t'rt'n Christ- -.o ' " -
mas tree from a U-pick place. . iL I
-But if you really want to. z &'-,
pick out a freshly cut tree, Q _
and don't want to drive there -4
is an: alternative. Pick Out 2..
your Christmas tree on--
line at several U-pick-
them-out Chriitmas tree
sites and they cut down %i
and send you the tree you
picked out.
One such site is
www.noblefir.com.
They offer several vari-
eties of trees and swear
they send you the exact one
you choose and ship it to your '
door. They have a catalogue of
photos of noble firs averaging $50 if you're in no hurry. The
$75 plus shipping. ',You pick site also offers potted Christ-
the tree you like according to mas trees. They grow their
the picture and the size you trees in Oregon.

Pecans Are Scarce


By Janet Schrader
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Louisiana is having a
bumper crop of pecans this
year, but Florida and Georgia
are not. Local pecan-buyer
from Pecanhouse in Lamont,
Arthur Robinson, said he's
paying as much as $4 per
pound for pecans in the shell
and $7.50 for shelled nuts.
According to Madison
County Farm Extension
Agent Kevin Campbell,
pecans are for the most part
alternate-year bearing trees.
He said that accounts some-


what for the poor harvest.
But, most folks are saying the
lack of pecans in Georgia and
Florida is due to the dry
spring and summer.
Robinson said last year
wasn't that good of a year ei-
ther. "Last year was fair,"
Robinson said. "I wouldn't
say it was a good year."
Robinson said the pecan
crop is bad in Georgia, Flori-
da, Alabama and Texas.
Louisiana got the bumper
crop increasing their usual
15-million pound harvest to
19 million pounds this year.


Wwu'. Cihrist miast'a rms.
corn offers more variety in
trees. They have Scotch pines,
Fraser firs, Douglas firs, while
pines and Balsam firs., Prices
-'rut-'around $11-5-per-tree- de-
pending on the variety but
shipping is included. They
don't tell you that you get
the exact tree you pick out,
just one like it in the size
you indicate. They are
part of Tall Timbers Tree
Farm and are in Nlichini-
gan.
If you want to load up
'the family and .cut down
S our own fresh Florida
Street, there are several op-
tions within driving distance.
HambriQk's Tree Farm is in,
Lake Park,; Georgia at 3315
E ergreen Drive or the Christ-
mas Tree Farm off CR 49 in
Live Oak on 114th Terrace.
Drive down CR 49 from
Hwy. 90 five miles to 114th
Terrace and follow the signs.

This Year
Patricia Sinclair buys,
pecans at the State Farmers
Market in Moultrie, Ga. She'
said Georgia, usually the
pecan capital of the world,
harvested only about one
fourth of their regular crop.
Sinclair said the highest
she's paid for nuts in the shell
so far this year was $2.50 per
pound.
Robinson expects. the
price of the nuts to go up un-
til Christmas. If you're plan-
ning to make some pecan
pies, you better buy those
nuts now.


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By e Shrader, Columnist
- By Janet Schrader, Columnist


Riding
Going horseback riding
with a for-real cowboy can be
a scary, fun, dangerous and ex-
citing experience. It depends
on the cowboy.
My cowboy will hold my
horse while I get on ... now.
When I first started riding with
him, I'd have one foot in the
stirrup and he'd go charging
off down the road. Now, my
old gelding would stand there
until I got on, but when I start-
ed riding the cowboy's horse,
things got interesting.
After I landed on my backside
the first time, he's learned to
hold my horse politely, like a
gentleman, while I get on.
But my horse is still not
tamed. We can be out ambling
around in a nice relaxed fash-
ion when all of a sudden he
will take off galloping. "Wait
here," will drift back to me as I
try to control the plunging cow
horse I'm riding.
My cowboy never goes
out on a horse without his
whip. After all, he's a real
Florida Cracker. The whip is
useful, but frightening. When
strange dogs attack the horses,
barking and growling, a couple
of snaps of the whip will send
them packing. Unfortunately,
the man of the house rarely
gives any warning and can be
wild with the popping of the
whip. If you don't stay alert,


With A
either you or your horse could
be the poppee.
I used to ride English. I
had one saddle and a bridle,
Both didn't weigh over 25
pounds. The cowboy has three
or four different saddles. All
weigh more than 50 pounds,
have two girths, stirrups that
adjust only with tools or, ex-
treme strength and a high horn
guaranteed to hit you in the
guts if you and your horse
jump anything higher than a
foot.
And then, there are the
bridles. We have many and
they are usually concocted
from string (hay string) bits
and pieces of leather, 30-year
'old bits and some buckles
from the buckle box. Reins for
the bridles could be as fancy


Cowboy
as silver-studded leather or
just a piece of rope with a snap
on each end. Brow bands are
considered unnecessary, (ditto
cheek straps), but the tie-down
is a must-have. Tie-downs in
our house have been wired on,
tied on,. snapped on and buck-
led on.
My cowboy does not see
things like pigs, goats, ATVs,
motorcycles, lightning storms
or, dead animals on the road-
side as anything to cause con-'
cern. And for him, they're not.
His horse could stand up and
dance and he'd still stay on.
For us lesser mortals, those
things are of concern and
mostly to be avoided. So,
when riding with a cowboy,
always be alert, because he is
not worried about a thing.


Joanna Booth, among the wildflowers In her garden.
(Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Janet Schrader, Octo-
ber 4, 2006)


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Friday, December 8, 2006


Missing Boaters Found Dead


A third person has died
within a month in Lake Coun-
ty boating incidents, none of
Whom were wearing life jack-
ets.
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) officials have urged
boaters repeatedly to wear ap-
proved personal flotation de-
vices.
Gregory K Craine. 52,.
Groveland, was found at 8 a.m.
SWednesday in the 26.2-acre
SSunset Lake in Mascon. He
Shad been missing since 4:25
p.m. Tuesday when the boat he
was on sank.
Also on Wednesday,
searchers found the body of a
man missing in a Seminole
County lake.
FWC officers, with assis-
tance from Lake County Sher-
iff's Office dive team mem-
vbers, had been searching for
Craine since being called
Tuesday afternoon about a
boat sinking.
He and AnthonN Williams.
also of Gro\eland. were fish-
ing ' hen one of them lost his
balance, causing the boat to
roll oer to one side and sink.


Neither man could swim
but Williams %\as wearing a
life jacket and made it safely to
shore.
Lake County Sheriff's Of-
fice dive team members found
Craine within 20 feet of his
submerged 12-foot johnboat.
"This is the third fatality
involving individuals not
wearing life jackets in Lake
Counts within the month."
said FWC Lt. David Adams.
"We urge everyone to wear a
personal floatation device
%% whether they can sw im or not."
On Nov. 12. two Summer-
field children drowned in Lake
Yale during a family outing.
FWC Officer Kat KelleN
emphasized the importance of
wearing a life jacket with fatal
boating accidents increasing to
a 10-year high in 2005.
"'Both of these incidents
involved small vessels on in-
land lakes," Kelley said. "Sta-
tisticall\. last year 79 percent
of fatal accidents invol ing
fall-overboards occurred
aboard vessels 17-feet-long or
less. Additionally. 69 percent
of these accidents occurred on
calm, inland 'waters such as


lakes, ponds and rivers."
Kelley said the FWC also
encourages boaters to take a
safe boating course, which
the\ can do by going to
MlvF 'C.corn/boaring.
"Often, a bad decision
leads to a cascade of events
that can impact people's lives
forever." Kelley said. "We
%want people to enjoy Florida's
%waters safely."
In the second incident,
FWC officers assisted the
Seminole County Sheriff's Of-
fice with a search on Lake
Howell for Dav id Ripberger.
40, Casselberry, w.ho was re-
ported missing about noon
Tuesday after friends had not
seen him in nearly\ 24 hours.
Officers found his boat off-
shore in Lake Howell %with
some of his personal items on-
board. including his wallet and
cell phone.
Ripberger's body was
found at 2:45 p.m. Wednes-
day. about 150 feet from his
boat. by dive teams from
Seminole and Volusia coun-
ties. The Seminole County
Sheriffs Office is investigat-
ing his death.


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FWC Officers Investigate


Gopher
Flofida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) investigators are track-
ing dowti leads in connection
with the slaughter of at least 20
gopher tortoises in Ocala.
FWC Officer EmilyN
Bought said a city worker re-
ported finding two bags of tor-
toise shells. Wednesday. after-
noon in a wooded area in the
700. block of Northwest 14th
Sheet. She said gopher tortois-
es are land turtles, protected as
a "species of'special concern"


Tortoise Deaths


in Florida.
At the site. Vought found
two big trash bags of complete-
ly cleaned out shells.
"The incident occurred
within the past. couple of
weeks." Vought said. She said
she doesn't believe the slaugh-
ter occurred at the site %where
she recovered the shells.
"'On occasion, gopher tor-
toises are sold off the back of
trucks," Vought said "In some
circles, the reptiles are consid-
ered a delicacy."


Vought and Investigator
Mike Fischer will be going
throughout the neighborhood
where Vought found the shells
to interview possible witnesses
in the case
Anyone with information
that leads to an arrest in the case
may be eligible for a reward of
up to $1.000 and may remain
anonymous. To report informa-
tion about this or any other
wildlife law violation case, con-
tact the FWC Wildlife Alert
Hotline at 1-888-404-3922.


Fall From Tree Stand Seriously Injures Dunnellon Man


A Dunnellon man suffered
serious injuries after falling
from a tree stand during muz-
zleloading season at Cedar
Hanmmock Hunt Club in Levy
County.
James "Tim" Waldron. 42,
was taken to West Marion Hos-
pital in Ocala after the 6 p m.
Nov. 4 incident inm which he
suffered multiple pelvic frac-
tures. He later was transferred
to Ocala Regional Medical
Center. where, as of Monday.
he remains.
Waldron. w\ho had fallen


asleep. was not %wearing a safe-
ti belt or harness when he fell
16 feet to the ground. He land-
ed on his Connecticut Valley
Arms Buckham 209 muzzle-
loader, which discharged and
broke in half upon contact with
the ground
The victim, who had left
his cellular telephone in his ve-
hicle. dragged himself 30 yards
before rescuers found him.
Neighboring hunters. Jack
Reese ot Crystal River and hist
son. Jack Reese Jr. heard Wal-
dron's cries for help and quick-


ly found him
Waldron told people where
he %would be hunting. some-
thing everyone should do.
When hunting out of a
tree stand. wear a safety belt
or harness. Take an approved
hunter safety course and al-
ways use safe hunting prac-
tices.
For information regarding
statewide courses, log on to
MAlvF\C.cofn and click the
Hunter Safety link or call the
local FWC office for the next
available course in your area.


Phillip Hackle killed this 8-point, 175 pound buck on
November 26th. The deer had a 18.5" inside spread.
(Photo submitted)


Hunter Greene is pictured with the doe he killed
during "doe week". (Photo submitted)


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tires, new brakes, water pump,
heater. Reliable transportation, call
850-974-1849 or 974-4652. $2,000

1994 GMC Sonoma; red;
regular cab; 145,000 miles;
$1,000 Call 973-4141






Queen Pillow- Top Mattress Set.
Brand new Chiro Rest in plastic
with warranty. $129 850-222-9879


Dining .Set. Solid Wood Pub Table.
4 Stools, Brand Nev.. $299 W50-s
545-7112
BEDROOM: New complete 6,
piece set still boxed, $500, can de-
In er . s50 425-8374


Packing?
Puppy Training?
25 lbs.
of Clean Newspapers
just $2
973-4141

New Polo shirts $1.48 each scoot-
ers $5 each, Mountain Bikes $39
each. hundreds of brand ne\ prod-
ucts bh-loi. wholesale e prices Call
%8S:464-6Li52 or visit
www.payjusthalf.com code LC8677
Sofa lo. eeeat & chair. New micro
liber, st:un resistant, fanail friend-
ly. $600, must move. $225 850-
222-2113


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Lake tHouse ior KenI
Lake front, 2 bed. 2 bath, furnished.
No Pets, $1,000 per month, $1,000
deposit. 850-973-3025'

Otlouhem Aillas ofL

ckadison Cpartiments

HUD vouchers accepted. 1. 2, &
3 BR, HC &:non-HC accessible
apts. Call 850-973-8582/ TDDTTY
711. 200 Southern Villas Circle,
Madison, FL 32340,
Equal Housing Opportunity.
2bdrm/1 bath MH in park on
Highway ' 53 in Madison.
$135/wk includes electric, ten-
jnt to pj\ for propane.
Call Erin Le in 850-570-0459

Small Efficiency House
One person onlN. For someone who
hIkes a quiet & pnvate place Tiwo
nules from the city of Madison.
Call before Spm 850-973-6991


RealEstat


Cottage st le house for sale \i tthin
Stalking distance to NTCC. "1vo or
three bedroom, sunroom. inside
laundry room, completely renovat-
ed, brand ne%% appliances, heat &
air. $98.000 850-869-0135.

192 ACRES OF PRIME
HUNTING PROPERTY
(Madison County)
Four Star Hunt Camp. Virgin Tim-
ber. 8 Cabins. Huge Cookhouse,
Fully Equipped Workshop w/3
Bas s. Tractor, Four Wheeler, Com-
pletel\ Furnished. HV'AC. 1/M,
Washer/Dr er. Satellite TV, No
Expense Spared. For sale by owner
$1.75 Millioni, 863-634-3340
Home for sale in Northwoods sub
on wooded 5 acre corner lot. 4 bed,
2 baths w,/jacuzi tubs, cerarumc tile
throughout, front and back porches.
l .i 5J0 6 0U27 50 9J* 3


Call 8 0- 7--O r 08U-7/-
Wanted - peafowl. Need one ma- 6924.
ture male now before spring, but
.will buy'pairs if needed..Call 850 f 315 LeggelteAe,.Grxen.ille Fl, 3
973-6131 or 850-464-1165. Also bedroom 1 bath home in quiet area,
want guineas. hardwood floors, paneling, separate
dining room, separate living room,
eat-in kitchen, recent insulated %&in-
dows and central heal/ AC Utility
building in iear v. aith ashed/dryer
hookups. carport Offered at
$83.5no00.
CREATURES FEATURED PPESHOP Alan A. Levin Broker-Associate
Fishing for a new hobby? McClellan Realty 850-570-0742


- Get hooked on aquariums!
See us for into and supplies
683 E. Base St Ma.dison, FL
850-9,73-3488

Yorkshire Terriers
One male $700 and one female
$900. Both. registered' with
health certificates. Call 850-971-
4186 or 850-464-2026.






Cambridge Manor
Apartments designed for Senior's
and Disabled. 1 & 2 bedrooms,
HUD vouchers accepted Call 850-
973-3786 - TTY Acs 711 "This in-
stitution is an equal opportunity
provider and employer."
SOffice Space For Rent
Excellent location on Highway 90
and SR 53 North. $700 a month.
Call 850-464-2500


S reenville Iointe

(!APartments

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


Mobile Homel n Yellow Pine
60 ft. Double Wide. 3 bedroom, 2
full baths, fireplace, carport. in-
clude lovely large lot. Priced to
sell at $58,500. 973-3981.


Pioneer
Exca.ating & Tractor Services
Free Estimates
No Job Too Big or Small
Call Paul 973-6326







$AVON $
Easy to make holiday money.
Start up kit only $10
Call Doroth,
973-3153"

Cracker Barrel
Now Hiring
Full and part time experienced: Re-
tail, Grill Cooks. Cashiers and
Servers. Flexible schedules. %%eekl>
paychecks, health insurance and
other great benefits.


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Apply in person at the Lake Park
location, 4914 Timber Drive. EQE
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Aucina ,nrissan Acauemy is cur-
reintly accepting applications for a,
bus driver position. Must have '(or
be willing to obtain), a CDL class B ,
with P and S endorsements. Also,
must be a positive. Christian role
model. For more information or to
apply, please contact the school at
997-3597
Advent Christian Village
Jobs Line - 658-5627
wv w.ACVillage.net

PT Communications Assistant

Hours may,".vary and include
evenings, weekends, weekdays,
partial shifts, or holidays as needed.
,HSD or equivalent preferred. PC
experience and proper phone eti-
quette required. Duties include.
monitoring multiple incoming
phone lines and monitor fire/med-
ical emergency, security, and radio
communications systems & other
misc. duties. Great working ensi-
ronment. EOE. DFW. Apply in per-
son at ACV Personnel Department
Mon thru Fri 9:00 a.m. until 4.00
p m., Carter Village Hall. 10680
CR 136, Dowling Park. FL Fax re-
sume to 13861 65S-5160.


rarn- ine ruu0 service. vuOrctr
IOPS I.
20 hours per week, 9:00 to 2:00.
Monday through Thursday. Prima-
ry Duties: Take food orders; oper-
ate cash register; help out as ineed-,
ed. ,

Position to start January 2007 and
runs through April 2007..:

Applications to Director HR,
NTCC. 325 NW Turner Da% is Dri-
ve, Madison, Florida 32340 Appli-
catibn available at www.nfcc.edu.
Deadline for application is
12/8/2006. EOE ,

Full-Time RN Case Manager
RN/ Case Manager for home pa-
tient care in Ma.idison and Ta\lor
Counties. Current Florida license as
RN required. Plus 2 -3 \ears med-
surger\ expenence preferred
Great benefit package!
Interested candidates can appl, in
person or by faxing a resume to
(,50) 575-6814 or
Apply on-line!
www.bigbendhospice.org
EOE/DFWP/ADA
Smoke Free Workplace


Nation ide Company seeks experi-
enced Independent, Contractor to
collect public record information at
the court. Must have knowledge
of Civil, Judgments &,. Tax Lien
Record, at ihe court. Laptop/PC
required Pa\ based on production.
Please fax resume to 1-866-293-
7705 Atn- Kristie.
Enthusiastic People Per-son needed
for Florida Info Center in Lake
Park. Fun' . orki ng environment
selling attraction - tickets, hotel
reservations, promotion of Orlando
Saea resorts. No r\p, full or part-
lime, benefits;, several' positions
available. Apply at 6886 Belville
Rd exit 2 off 1-75. 229-896-8761 or
leave message at 9041 540-2313
for Gina.



Yard Sale
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Hall Rd. Well signed from
Greenville Post Office. An-
tiques:1950 Haminmond organ
w/stool and music, antique Santa
Clause lamp. Franklin ndin Cruci-
fit plate. mo ies. cd's. iapes.
books. \ery fe%% clothes. Men's
horse hide jacket. and tool


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Technician at www.madisonblue.org.
S S112 per hour


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approx. 15 miles. Entrance is on LEFT.
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currently seeking: ,

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OR COLLEGE WITH A MAJOR
IN COUNSELING, SOCIAL
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HABILITATION, SPECIAL EDU-
CATION, HEALTH EDUCATION.
OR A RELATED HUMAN SER-
VICES FIELD (A RELATED HU-
MAN SERVICES FIELD IS ONE
IN WHICH MAJOR COURSE
WORK INCLUDES THE STUDY
OF HUMAN BEHAVIOR ANDS.
DEVELOPMENT' AND HAV.-E A
MINIMUM OF ONE Yi -4"R' O_
FULL TIME OR EQUIVALENT '
EXPERIENCE WORKING
WITHADULTS EXPERIENCING
SERIOUS MENTAL ILLNESS OR
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ILLNESS.
' For more information and a
complete listing of available posi-
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DEPARTMENT QF TRANSPORTATION
DISTRICT TWO
Anticipated Vacancy

POSITION NUMBER: 55009094
OCCUPATION: Highway. Maintenance Workers
BROADBAND CODE: 4-7-05!1 -01
WORKING TITLE: Higha.s Maintenance Technician II
PAY BAND: 02
WORK SCHEDULE: Monda1 - Thursday 7:00 a m to 5:30 p.m.

UNIT: Perry Maintenance .

CONTACT: Jessica Rucks or Theresa Kuhn

TELEPHONE: 850-838-5800

POSITION LOCATED IN: Perry, FL .

BIWEEKLY RECRUITMENT SALARY RANGE. .524.00 -$960.00

TYPE OF ADVERTISEMENT: Internal _X_ Open Com-
petitive

Benefits include: state pension plan, subsidized health/life insurance
plans; paid holidays/paid vacation and sick leave.

Special Requirements: Possession of a Class 'B' CDL Driver's License
or
higher.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

1. KNOWLEDGE OF M.MNTENANCE OF TRAFFIC I.E SIGNS.
CONES. ARROWVBOARDS. ETC.)
2. SKILL IN USING HAND AND POWER TOOLS. AS \\ELL AS.
EQUIPMENT IN ROUTINE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR WORK
3. ABILITY TO WORK OUTDOORS (STAND, BEND, WALK, AND
LIFT 50 POUNDS)
4. SKILL IN OPERATION AND LIGHT MAINTENANCE OF VE-
HICLES AND/OR MECHANIZED EQUIPMENT -
5.ABILITY TO WORK EFFECTIVELY AS A TE AM MEMBER

SPECIAL NOTES: If \ou need an accommnodauon because of a dis-
abiltl in order to participate in the application/selection process, ple,,e
notihi the contact persorin inad\ance. %\e hire on! LU.S. caizens and lan-
tull\ authorized alien workers. For applicants c- niing \eteran.s Prefer-
ence,
please fa a\ our DD214 - o People First . 04'o3,-2.'2
The Department of Tran'portauon is an Equal Empilo mernt Opportunj-
t\. .ff'irrmatve Action. Drug Free VWorkplace employer



Greene Publishing, Inc.

Now Hiring


- Advertising Sales Person

Would ',ou ike to work with a winningteam.? Do .ou thrive in a fast
paced en. rormerit.' Then ',e v.'ould encourage \ou to look into a po-
siion with us
We require . A professionals appearance and a pleasant personality. You
rruti[ he able to work-. c~l.rnder-the pies-suret t'f meeting deadlines and
alyj - ai nainta' tcjam plaer relitrions , i \ ourtco- workers Expe-
rience !n Ad'.ertisng Sales -. rnot required but helpful
Apply in person at
Greene Publishing Inc.
. Highway 53 South
Madison,.FL. 32340
EOE/DFWP/M-F


inside Treasures & More Glasswae
Outside Shops Summer Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
Yard sale We buy...call us Collectibles
buy . .. " - ' - Tools
Set-. up To. -l 8142 8 14 rnt
$8 & up Purniture
Hwy. 19.S. * 850-838-1422 - 850-584-7124 Mon-Th


NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 83. PART IV
Under the Authority of the Self-Servicing Storage Facility Act, Section 83.805 the de-
scribed below has been seized for nonpayment of rent and other accrued expenses. Prop-
erty consists primarily of household goods in units rented by: Delores Akins, Christina
Carter, Mechele Curry, Ivan Johnson, Vernette Richardson, Tammy Weatherspoon. The
property will be sold at auction to the highest bidder as provided by the Self-Storage Fa-
cility Act, Section 83.806. The sale will be held Friday, December 15, 2006, at 9:00 A.M.,
at the Madison Mini Storage, 1098 East U.S. 90, in Madison, Florida. For further infor-
mation tall 971-5744.
12'1. 12'8


IN THE CIRL LIT COURT. THIRD
JLIDIC IAL CIRCUIT, LN ND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA.


CASE NO. 2004-591-CA

OLD BLUE sPRINGS LLC.a limited liability
,ompan,.
Plaintiff.

vs.

JOSE OSCAR GARCIA. a married man; and
other unknown parlie- in possession, includ-
ing ilih unknown spouse of an) person in phi-
s.esion uf the property . and if a named Deftn-
dant is deceased, the surviving spouse, heirs,
de'ievr.. traniu-s. creditor,. and all other
parties claimingg b\. through. under or against
that Deflndant. and all claimans.. persons or
parnics, natural or crpat. or -ho-e esa"i
legal laitus is unknown. claiming under an) of'
the named or described Defendant..
Defendants.


NOTICE OF FORECI OSURE S-l E

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN.jhai pursuant to an minded Summarn Fi
nal .ludgment of Foreclosure dated November 21,2006, in the abmto rtferenced caje in
whichh OLD BLUE SPRINGS LLC is Plaintiff, and JOSE OSCAR G NRCI.\: unknotnu
tenants; and other unknown parties in possession, including the unknown n spouse .f any
person in possession of the property, and if a named Defendant is deceased, the sur i-
ing pouse, heir;, de% i-ee-..prantee.. creditors, and all other parties claiming by. through.
under or again-,i that Defendant. and all claimanLs. persons" or parties, natural or corpo-
rate, or uho..e exact legal siamtu is unknown, claiming under any of ihe named or de-
scribed Defendants, are Defendants, I, TIM S NDERS. Clerk of the Court, will sell to
th� highest and best bidder for cash in the Madison County Courthouse in Madison,
Fl,,rida. as thil Clerk of the Court may designate at the time of sale. at 11:01i o'clock \.
r 1 M. 1 ir'as si'bn'there.ftelr as I'lainiifl couLsel mac direrpri' ded lbatl aid -ak mhil-i B- -l

commenced prior i, 2:011 o'clock P.IM.I on the 21ith day or Dltcmber. 2ni6, the foll inig
described property set forth in the Amended Summary Final Judgment or Foredocurc:

Lot 6,Block A, RIVER HIGHLANDS S_'BDI\ ISION, a. recorded in Plai Bl. 2. PaLE-
23-25, Madison, Florida. [$20,086.91].
AND
Lot 7, Block \. R l ER HIGHLANDS SUBDIVISION, as recorded in Plat Bukt 2. P.auv-
23-25, MNadion, Florida. [$19,285.41]
. AND

SLot 10. Biock A, RIVER HIGHLANDS SUBDIVISION, as recorded in Plat Book 2.
Pages 23-25, Madison, Florida. [$19,105.10]
AND

Lot II. Block A, RIVER HIGHLANDS SUBDIVISION, as recorded in Plat Book 2.
Paee.- 2 -25, Madison, Florida. [$19,105.22]


Any and all bidders, parties or other interested person. shall contact the in.
iormation desk of the Clerk of th- Court prior to the -cheduled foreclhiure sale "ho m ll
lads ise ..i the eact location in the Madison County Courthouse for the foreclosure sale.

ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE. IF ANY. OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.

[NOTE: In accordance with Rule 2.065, Florida Rules of Judicial Adminis-
tration, please be advised as follows: "If you are a person with a disability who needs any
accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact Court Administrator, Post Of-
IikL Box 1569, Lake City, Florida 32056-1569, Telephone: (386) 758-2163, within two 121
working days of your receipt of this Notice or pleading. If you are hearing or voice im-
pairvd. please call: 1-800-955-8771.
WITNESS my hand and the official seal of said Court, this 21st day of No-
vember, 2006 at Madison, Madison, Florida.
HONORABLE TIM SANDERS
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
By April Herring
As Deputy Clerk
LAW OFFICE OF
ANDREW J. DECKER, III, P. A.
320 White Avenue
Post Office Box 1288
Live Oak, Florida 32064
Telephone: (386) 364-4440
Telecopier: (386) 364-4508
Email: decklaw@alltel.net
Attorney for Plaintiff
12/1. 12/8


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