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Our 143rd Year, Number 36


Janet Marie
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Shootout In Greenville Leads To Arrests


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A shooting on Tuesday,
May 6, in Greenville has re-
sulted in the arrests of eight
people on charges from at-
tempted murder to inciting
an insurrection.
Witnesses said it began
over a relationship involving
a man and a woman.
Deputy Timothy Nagy of
the Madison County Sher-
iff's Office said that the
shooting, which occurred on
Church Street in Greenville,


was caused by four people
and that shots were fired out
of the window of vehicle. At
least three rounds went into
a mobile home. Shots were
fired at another vehicle but
the vehicle was not hit.
Those arrested and their
charges include:
*Janet Marie Morris - In-
citing.an insurrection
* *Tamaiko S. Morris - In-
citing an insurrection'
*Juvenile female - Incit-
ing an insurrection
*Freddie Morris, Jr. - At-


TDC Facing 1


Leadership


Challenges


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
If one had attended the first half of
the Madison County Tourism Develop-
ment Council (TDC) meeting on Thurs-
day, May 1, it would have seemed that
the council had taken a key step toward
advancing its goals when it agreed to
partner with the Greater Madison
Chamber of Commerce to recruit an
Executive Director that would serve
both organizations. There was unani-
mous agreement that the recommenda-
tion should be sent to the County Attor-
ney for legal refinement and then
bumped up to the Board of County
Commissioners (BOCC) for discussion
and approval.
By its structure, the TDC makes
recommendations to the BOCC, who
then, by majority vote, may approve,
deny or modify the recommendation.
This structure can periodically pro-
duce conflict however, especially when
the board does not follow the advice of
the council. In fact, this friction can be
extreme, as was the case in this meet-
Please see TDC, Page 2A


Governor Includes

Madison Business

Owners To Promote

Health Insurance

Proposal
By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
There are 3.8 million Floridians
who are uninsured. This is the glaring
and indisputable fact on which Gover-
nor Charlie Crist discussed support of
Senate Bill 2534 with two Madison busi-
ness owners, Cindi and Dan Perron of
Madison Air Conditioning and Heating.
According to Crist, "Cindi and her
husband Dan have owned a business in
Madison for more than 20 years, and
have been unable to afford health insur-
ance for themselves and their 12 em-
ployees." ::
The Governor then cited other ex-
amples from among those in atten-
dance, "Stephanie and her husband
Jeff, from Marianna, have pre-existing
conditions that insurers simply won't
cover. Belinda, in Lecanto, pays $670
Please see Madison Business, Page 2A


tempted felony murder, dis-
charging a firearm in public
*Robert Eugene Watson -
Attempted felony murder,
discharging a firearm in pub-
lic
*Willie Morris, Jr. - At-
tempted felony murder, dis-
charging a firearm in public,
leaving the scene of an acci-
dent
*Susie Mae Williams - At-
tempted felony murder, dis-
charging a firearm in public
*Clint Eastwood Morris -
Discharging a firearm in


public, attempted felony
murder
Members of the Florida
Highway Patrol, Madison
County EMS and the Jeffer-
son County Sheriff's Office
assisted the Madison County
Sheriff's Office. Jefferson
County deputies Chris
Smith, Toby Ward and Don
Barfield heard an all-points
bulletin and responded, stop-
ping the suspects in Jeffer-
son County They were held
there for Madison County
law officers.


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Every summer, Madison County
faces the same challenge. School is out
and parents are left searching for day-
care, and activities in general, for their
children. In an effort to address this
critical community need, the Lee Town
Council is pleased to introduce the
Building Blocks Summer Camp.
Built on a collaborative curriculum
sponsored by 4-H, the first class will
kick-off June 9. Located at the Old Lee


Madison County Cen-
tral School wishes to in-
vite parents and commu-
nity members to partici-
pate in the coming re-
structuring design meet-
ing Monday, May 12, in
the school's cafeteria.
Madison County Central


Friday, May 9, 2008


School gym, the day camp offers afford-
able, constructive, educational, safe and
definitely fun activities for children
ages 6 to 12. The program has very con-
venient hours coinciding with the work-
day, opening at 7:30 a.m. and closing at
5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
"We wanted a place that was fun for
the kids of course, but considering the
needs of the community, we searched
for a way create a program that was
beneficial to the ongoing needs of the
Please see SUMMER CAMP, Page 2A


School is classified as a
SINI (School In Need of
Improvement) by the
state based on past stu-
dent performance.
All personnel at
MCCS have been working
throughout this school
year to begin the restruc-


turning process. Many pos-
itive changes have been
made and are being im-
proved upon daily MCCS
places increasing student
performance as their top
goal. Parental and com-
Please see MCCS,
Page 3A


Cowboys To Play Maroon-Silver Game
By Jacob Bembry trasquad game.
Greene Publishing, Inc. The game, which will be played at
Get a preview of next year's Madi- Boot Hill, begins at 7 p.m. and will be
son County High School Cowboys as open to anyone paying $2 admission
they take the field on Friday, May 16, for costs.
their annual maroon and silver in- Please see COWBOYS, Page 3A


Madison, Florida


Morris, Jr. Morris, Jr. Morris Watson Williams


Around Madison County 5-10A Outdoors 17A 9070 Sat 927 / Sun
Church, 11A Remote Guide Section C 59 5/10 9271 5/11 88166 Lif
Classified /egals 18-19A School Related Personnel 13AWindy..isolated thunderstorms Partly cloudy, chance of a thunder- Partly c oudy with a stray thunder- rap-
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Madison County Central School To Host

Community And Parent Stakeholders' Meeting


Lou Miller


Announces

Candidacy For

School

Superintendent

I am an-
noun cing my
candidacy for
re-election as
Superintendent
of Schools in
Madison Coun-
ty. As an educa-
tor of 30 years
in Madison
County, I am
seeking a sec-
ond term as Su-
perintendent.
It has been my
honor to serve the families of Madison
County by helping provide a quality ed-
ucation in a safe learning environment
for the children and youth in our school
system. During my term as superin-
tendent, I completed the three year
Chief Executive Officer Leadership De-
velopment Program in the State of
Florida and am a Certified Superinten-
dent. My priorities for Madison Coun-
ty School District are:
Student Achievement - As an in-
structional leader, the Superintendency
has given me a great opportunity to
make a positive difference in the educa-
tion of our students, PreK - 12th grade.
I believe that a good education is the
pathway to a better life. Over the past
four years, the public schools in Madi-
son County have focused on continuous
improvement of student achievement.
Each school has studied the test data
and mapped out an instructional calen-
dar to meet the needs of their students.
Teams of teachers, support personnel,
administrators and tutors have worked
with laser-like focus to address individ-
ual student needs. We have made im-
provement as evidenced by our stu-
dents' learning gains and are eagerly
anticipating the positive results from
our achievement tests this year. In the
next four years, the improvement in
achievement is our primary aim. The
District is seeking accreditation from
the Southern Association of Colleges
and Schools (SACS) for all the schools
in the district in 2009. The rig-
orous standards set by this organiza-
tion measure the progress of the dis-
trict toward quality indicators of excel-
lence. Our students are first in all of
the district's decisions because their
success is our mission.
Safety - I have moved the district to
a rapid notification system.as part of
the district crisis plan whereby parents
of all students can be notified with a
message at all numbers, home, work,
cell and emergency, in under 5 minutes.
The schools practice drills for all
emergencies like fire, bomb threat, tor-
nado and lockdowns for intruders,
weapons and other threats. The School
Resource Officers are included on the
school team to promote prevention, pro-
vide resources and assist with security
Schools are drafting safety plans for im-
plementation in the '08-'09 school term.
Accessibility - I have promoted
cooperative relationships with the
School Board Members, the Madison
County Education Association, the
Madison County Education Founda-
tion, and North Florida Community
College. Each of these groups de-
pends upon the other and an open,
honest, collaborative atmosphere for
interactions among these is beneficial
for all students. Increased parent
participation has been encouraged
School Advisory Councils, mentoring,
tutoring and volunteering. After-
school programs in churches and day-
care facilities have been the recipients
of computers donated by the Madison
County. School Board as newer
Please see MILLER, Page 3A










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Friday, May 9, 2008


It's Going To Get Better
Sometimes, things get bad but I know that they will
have to get better. How do I know that?
Because I have faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.
I look at so many things happening in the world to-
day. There are so many broken lives, broken hearts, bro-
ken toys, broken homes, broken bodies, broken
banks... Still, I know that it will get better.
The price of oil keeps climbing. This causes food
and everything else to go up, but I know that it will get
better.
The tapestry of our country keeps changing and
soon, people born in the United States will be the mi-
nority People who study such things say that it willn hap-
pen as soon as 2020. Still, I know it will get better.
America used to be a Christian country, but many
have given up belief in the one true God for beliefs in Is-
lam, Buddhism and New Age religions. The largest Mus-
lim training center in the world is in New York City. The
largest Buddhist training center in the world is in Boul-
der, Colorado. The largest Christian church in the world
is not in the United States; it's in Seoul, South Korea.
America has turned to false gods and worships the
creature rather than the Creator. Still, I know that it's
going to get better
Forgetting all I trust Him. The first letters of those
words spell the word FAITH.
I cling to my faith in Jesus Christ and I know it's go-
ing to get better.


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SUMMER CAMP

cont from page 1A
child. When we came together with Heather Johnson at
4-H, it all came together. She provided a proven cur-
riculum and will be working closely with the Building
Blocks Director throughout the summer. Besides a few
key needs we're targeting right now to wrap things up,
the outstanding program is set," Archambault ex-
plained.
The standout among these few current needs is
scholarship sponsors. "To make Building Blocks truly
serve the whole Lee community, we want to include chil-
dren who lack the resources to attend. So, although the
weekly fee is only $50, which for this type of program is
an exceptional value, especially considering that it in-
cludes a hot lunch and two healthy snacks daily, we
gratefully appeal to the community for a comfortable do-
nation. A contribution of between $50 and $500 to match
the weekly and full summer rates would be wonderful.
It's so important to the lives of these children," Ar-
chambault added.
Lee Councilwoman Donna Muller made a generous
donation during the council meeting of May 5 when Ar-
chambault detailed the official launch of Building
Blocks. Organizers emphasize that no donation is too
small and may be delivered to Lee City Hall or simply
call (850) 971-5867 for further details.
Another priority need is a large refrigerator/freezer.
And, the last among the big stuff needed is a laptop com-
puter with projection display accessories like the equip-
ment used in the Extension Office meeting room. For
those unfamiliar with those items, again just call for de-
tails.
The initial class is being limited to 50 kids with pri-
ority being given to Lee, although anyone interested
should definitely call. Before it's all over, the kids are
going to meet entertainers, ranchers, teachers, athletes,
business owners and officials among the loads of arts,
crafts, sports, gardening and reading fun. The list liter-
ally encompasses such a marvelous variety of activities
that many are already requesting it expand throughout
the county and after school, which is a goal among orga-
nizers.
This reporter is extremely proud to have had the op-
portunity to work closely with this project and even hav-
ing the honor of suggesting the name "Building
Blocks," which again was inspired from the strategy of
combining themed weeks that represent essential build-
ing blocks in the development of the boys and girls be-
ing served.
More than that pleasure, however, this reporter
joins all those near the project in offering huge kudos to
.epe T ow Manager Cheryl Archambault, as well as Lee
Deputy Clerk Janice Miller, for taking the council goal
from.priority to reality To make a reservation today,
again simply call (850) 971-4121.
Staff writer Michael Curtis can be reached at
michael@greenepublishing.com.

MADISON BUSINESS

cont from page 1A
each month for insurance and is thinking about drop-
ping it because of the high cost."
In response to this escalating concern, moving
through the legislative process right now is a bill that's
designed to help provide affordable health insurance for
Florida's uninsured. Senate Bill 2534, sponsored by Sen-
ator Durell Peaden of Crestview in the Panhandle,
would allow state government to negotiate with health
insurers to develop affordable health insurance cover-
age for uninsured Floridians.
Private health insurers have indicated a willingness
to provide benefits packages for $150 or less per month.
Granted, this coverage will not be a top-of-the-line
health insurance plan, instead providing basic preven-
tive, primary and urgent care benefits, including pre-
scription drugs and hospitalization. It would be avail-
able to uninsured Floridians ages 19 to 64.
To make this health insurance available, the state
will negotiate specific benefits such as office visits, of-
fice surgery, behavioral health services, diabetic sup-
plies, durable medical equipment and prosthetics, inpa-
tient hospital stays, outpatient facility services and hos-
pital emergency care services. Insurers would also com-
petitively bid to provide, supplemental coverage for vi-
sion, dental, cancer and discount medical options.
Under the proposed plan, policyholders would be
able to carry dependents until age 30. Parents typically
cannot carry dependents after age 25. The population
age 19 to 30 has the highest rate of uninsured individu-
als, yet is typically healthier, and will improve the in-
surer's risk profile.
Additionally, Senate Bill 2534 contains no individual
mandates and no employer mandates. Employers would
not be required to participate in order for their employ-
ees to benefit; however, employers will be encouraged to
participate in order to cost-share premiums with em-
ployees.
Residents are urged to contact state representatives
in support of this bill. In Madison County residents
may contact Senator Charles Dean at
dean.charles.web@flsenate.gov and Representative Win
Kendrick at will.kendrick@myfloridahouse.gov.
Staff writer Michael Curtis can be reached at
michael@greenepublishing.com.


Got news
straight from
the horse's mouth? *


9 other'ss Love
A Mother's Love is never-ending. It begins during
pregnancy when you start to feel that flutter of new life
inside of you. At that point you start thinking about pro-
tecting that new life from that very moment. You watch
what you do, and what you eat. You start collecting baby
items and making plans for that little life you are pro-
tecting. You think of names, wonder if it's a boy or girl,
what will it look like, are you ready to change your life
to make room for another. Yes, you are, because you are
already loving this child by preparing. After you give
birth to this little miracle, you know there is no turning
back; you are a mom. The first love from a mother is the
same as the last love she gives in her dying breath.
Everything in between is just natural.
Hugs and kisses pre just a couple of examples of a
mother's love. Helping, protecting, saving, feeding,
teaching, nurturing, healing, looking out for, and the list
goes on is also part of a mother's love that often goes un-
noticed by the child. A mother's children grow year to
year and every mother is proud of all their accomplish-
ments from crawling, to sitting, to walking, their ABC's
and 123's and throughout their school years. Every
mother lives for the days to see their children graduate,
go to college, or get married and have children of their
own. This kicks in as another cycle of life when they be-
come mothers in law and grandmothers. At this time
they still are doing their best to fulfill the duties as a
mother first, but are sharing their love with others.
A mother's love is so strong that it is still present
when their baby is 50 years old, never-ending, never lov-
ing any less. Mothers will do anything for. their chil-
dren, she is happy when they're happy, sad when they're
sad, scared when they're scared, and upset when they're
upset. She continues to provide unconditional love even
when they are wrong and tries to fix their problems no
matter what the cost.
A mother's love is a tough, never-ending, uncondi-
tional love. There is no stronger love in the world. My
own mother still loves all five of us children. She has al-
ways been a survivor, as she lost her mother when she
was a very young girl, we lost my dad in 1976,when we
were all very young. She also lost another significant
other who was the father of my 'step-brother, When.he
was only thirteen. She managed to bounce bapk and con-
tinue to keep all of us children together and happy This
required double love duty on her part to keep it all to-
gether for us. There are no words to express the thanks
and gratitude that she deserves from her children. I
thank her for all the love that she gave me to help me
learn how to cope with my own children and grandchil-
dren and provide them with the same never-ending, un-
conditional love that we always got from her. Yes, I have
three babies of my own, Kevin is 29, Tommy is 27, Chris
is 23.1 am still worrying about them every day and I al-
ways get my hugs and kisses from them.
Mother's Day is this Sunday, May 11th. If you are for-
tunate enough to have your mother in your life, take the
time to let her know just how much you appreciate
everything she does for you now, and did for you
throughout your life. She has given you Life and Never-
ending, Unconditional Love. What more do
you need?
I wish all my readers a Very Happy Mother's Day!
Especially my Mom, Wanda Jean Holden!
Happy Mother's Day, Mom! (Grandma, Granny Great)
We love you very much!
Love Sheree, Kevin, Sr., Kevin, Jr., Tommy, Chris,
Amanda, Tonisha, Jennifer, Karic, Donovan,
Trinity, and Kelsea


TDC cont from page 1A

ing, resulting in three TDC members tendering their
resignation.
This reporter previously noted that the TDC is the
county's most immediate opportunity to positively pro-
mote and drive revenue to the area. The Madison Coun-
ty Development Council (MCDC), who also has a mis-
sion to promote Madison County, is targeting long-term
business solutions that take enormous resources and
time to mature.
So by design, the MCDC promotional efforts have
uniquely complex demands. The TDC by comparison,
runs very lean and has the potential to hit hard and hit
right now as it is also supported by a steady budget of
bed tax. Unfortunately, as is often the case without ac-
countability and self-imposed deadlines, implementa-
tion is scattered.
TDC Chair Ricky Henderson, who also serves as the
committee liaison between the BOCC to the TDC, asked
each resigning member to reconsider, suggesting that
they at least wait until the BOCC meeting scheduled for
Wednesday, May 7 at 9:00 a.m. where they could inform
the board of their intentions and be given the opportu-
nity to resolve the conflict that led to their decision to
leave the council. At the time the meeting adjourned,


none of the three accepted his offer.
Staff writer Michael Curtis can be reached at
michael@greenepublish-ing.com.


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Friday, May 9, 2008


The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3A


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Consumer, Beware Of IRS Scams
Scams designed to rob consumers of personal infor-
mation are becoming a common occurrence these days.
Identity thieves are very creative with their tactics and
many times appear to be believable. Recently, the IRS is-
sued a warning about the use of their name to defraud
consumers of personal information. You may have seen
the news reports warning consumers about this scam.
Dr. Michael, UF Family Financial Extension Spe-
cialist recently shared details of the IRS press release
with Extension agents. The information is being dis-
seminated to consumer and educational agencies so we
can help get the word out to consumers. I thought it was
worth sharing because the calls have been random and
the IRS expects they will continue for several months.
According to the IRS, consumers have reported re-
ceiving telephone calls and e-mails from people claim-
ing to be the IRS. One e-mail that has circulated looks of-
ficial claiming "2008 Economic Stimulus Refund" in-
structing the consumer to click on a link and fill out a
form to receive a direct deposit into their bank account.
This form asks for social security and bank account
numbers. Another e-mail addressed to businesses in-
structs them to download information on tax law
changes by clicking on links. It is thought this scheme
downloads malware, a malicious code that can take over
the victim's computer hard drive, giving someone re-
mote access to the computer.
Some consumers who reported receiving a phone
call say the caller is claiming to be an IRS employee
needing personal information to process their tax re-
fund. Another phone call reported the caller needed in-
formation for a tax rebate, claiming the consumer is eli-
gible for a sizable rebate for filing early Still, another re-
port said the caller was notifying them of a tax return
audit. In all of these cases, the callers requested bank
account information for a direct deposit.
It is important to remember, the IRS never calls or e-
mails taxpayers. They have your information for re-
funds and tax incentive checks from your tax return.
All of these cases are scams designed to rob the individ-
ual. Once a thief has your personal information, it can
be used a number of ways. Identify thieves use person-
al and financial data to empty the victim's financial ac-
counts, run up charges on the victim's existing credit
par d, applyfor pew loans, credit cards, services or bene-
fits inthe victim's name: Somenimes it is months before
a person becomes aware the identify theft has occurred.
A good rule of thumb whenever you get a phone call
is to never give out any personal information. A great
response to any phone caller is to say you do not give out
any information and end the conservation. If the caller
is persistent, which many are very skilled at this tactic,
just hang up the phone. As for e-mail, delete all that is
unsolicited. These are consumer practices that prevent
you from falling victim to scam artists.
The Federal Trade Commission also has informa-
tion on their website, www.ftc.gov to give you consumer
tips on protecting your personal information and avoid-
ing identity theft. Be proactive when it comes to pro-
tecting your personal information, it will save you
headaches in the long run.


MILLER


cont from page 1A


technology replaced older. Improving and integrating
technology into our classrooms is a focus for the future.
Community involvement is vitally important to the suc-
cess of our schools because the education of our chil-
dren is everyone's responsibility.
Accountability - The district is facing some chal-
lenging financial times with budget cuts from state
funding, reduction in local funding and declining en-
rollment. Through sound fiscal management over the
past four years, our district's financial health is good
and can withstand cuts witlaout adversely impacting the
classroom. All stakeholders are offering helpful sugges-
tions for budget reductions, supporting the district's
commitment of putting students first and valuing our
personnel that serve them.
I am married to Richard Miller, a retired educator,
for 35 years and reside in Greenville. We have two
daughters, Shannon Miller, 31, a speech therapist in
Ocala and Rebecca Miller, 27, a reading/math coach at
Greenville Elementary. My parents, Betty W Sirmon
and the late J. Wiley Sirmon, instilled in me the value of
a good education. I am on the Board of the Madison
County Development Council and a member of the Ro-
tary Club. I am also on the Board of Directors for the
United Way of the Big Bend and a Board member for the
Panhandle Area Educational Consortium. I am an ac-
tive member of Greenville United Methodist Church as
a Sunday school teacher, lay leader, and choir member. I
thank the citizens of Madison County for their support
over.the last four years and humbly ask that you vote to
Re-elect Lou S. Miller for Superintendent of Schools in
Madison County on August 26, 2008.
Pd. Pol. Adv., Paid for and approved by Lou Miller, D,
for Superintendent of Schools


My father-in-law, Will
Driggers, always arose very
early. About 3 a.m., he start- '
ed a fire in the fireplace Alru
and sat smoking his pipe
and apparently was deep in
thought as he started a fire
in the kitchen range and -..
called his wife, "Annie, its
time to get up." Then his daughter, "Mary, go help your
mama," and, after that, his son, "Richard, go milk the
cows." Then he would go to the barn and feed the mule.
Following a full breakfast of grits, bacon or ham,
eggs, biscuits and good old Charmers coffee, the fami-
ly's day began. This particular day was for hog killing
since Thanksgiving was near and the weather was cold
enough. The men built a fire under a huge iron wash
pot and hung the hog by his hind legs from a scaffold. I
always hid and covered my ears tightly trying not to
hear the gunshot. Then the hog was stabbed to allow
free bleeding before being scalded and scraped. The
skin was the source of cracklin's and lard so a thorough
scraping was necessary The animal was cut open and
the innards removed. The heart, lungs and intestines
were kept and cleaned. I never helped clean the in-
testines but watched my-sister-in-law, who was visiting,
and she was an expert. The only thing she couldn't rid
them of was'the smell! The only way to do that was by
frying them after they were boiled. But I did help scrape
pig's feet. The brain was also saved and scrambled with
eggs. The head was used for hog head 'souse', the hams,
shoulders and sides were the only parts left whole.
They, along with the sausage which consisted of
anything left (which was ground and stuffed into the
clean intestines), was hung in the smokehouse over a
hickory fire to be cured. The pig's feet were canned,
usually pickled. The only thing not kept and used was
the squeal! That evening supper usually consisted of a
heart, lung, potatoes and onion stew, collard greens,
cornbread, milk and coffee. Hardly ever was a ham kept
for the family-they were sold in order to buy flour, cof-
fee, sometimes sugar for Christmas baking, thread, to-
bacco, twine, shoes and Vicks salve. Mary said "if one's
throat was cut, mama would run for her jar of Vicks!"
Oysters! They are second only to chitlin's on my


MCCS


munity involvement are very important
as we continue the development of plans
to address all school related concerns
and st,udent.needs for the coming school
year.
Items of discussion will include
Small Learning Communities; MCCS


"dislike very much" list.
The Driggers men, when
Their yen for oysters grew
nd The ' too strong, would make a
. trip to Deadman's Bay and
rhelma Thomp $ bring back croker bags full
Guest . .of them. Along piece of tin
was placed over a fire and
the oysters lined up on it.
When an oyster was hot enough, the shell would pop
open. The family stood around and ate them with soda
crackers and ketchup and I kept my distance! I tried
one once and felt my mouth had sand in it.
Shrimp was number three on the list. On my hon-
eymoon, Dice took me to Jacksonville Beach which was
wonderful. One day, though, we went to a drive in where
he ordered a quart of boiled shrimp which was brought.
out in a shoe box! I could not stand the smell of them so
I opened my door and turired my back on him. He just
laughed and ate them all! A few years later, when his
sister Adele and her husband visited us in Jacksonville,
we had jumbo shrimp for dinner - we also had a great
little maid who cooked them to perfection. They
smelled so good that I tried one but found it impossible
to chew it up and swallow it - of course they laughed at
me!
Now, "polecat" is.a different breed - it is sweet and
good. At cane grinding time, after wagon loads of cane
have been brought to the cane mill, topped and
shucked, a mule is hitched to the pole and goes around
in a circle while the cane, stalk by stalk, is fed into the
mill. The juice then goes into an iron cauldron under
which a fire is burning. This fire is kept regulated after
the juice begins boiling so that it never boils over nor
drops to simmering. After the juice boils for a while, it
begins to foam on the rim of the cauldron. That is when
all the kids, who already have a piece of cane peel ready,
use the peel like a spoon to dip the 'polecat' from the
rim. It is a delicious as candy which they seldom had a
chance to taste. Dice's brother Richard figured out how
to set his farm tractor so it would take the place of the
mule, saving that poor beast many monotonous hours
of. hard work at syrup making time.
I hope you have enjoyed my change of pace this
week and trip down memory lane.


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Policy Your attendance is very impor- '
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involved in a meaningful and effective
communication with the school and dis-
trict about our children's education.


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Greenville Man Arrested For Drugs,


Firearm Possession


A man was arrested for possession on drug and
weapon possessions charges.
According to the Madison County Sheriff's Office,
on Sunday April 20, at 10:15 p.m., Cpl. Michael D. Mau-


4/30/08
Johnny B. Givens - VOP (circuit)
Tracy Noelle Niedermeyer - DUI
5/1/08
Nichole Racelle Huddlestun - Driving while li-
cense suspended, revoked or cancelled
Roger Bernard Straughter - Possession of mari-
juana more than 20 grams, marijuana with intent to
sell within 1,000 feet of a public place of worship
Jessica Larose Johnson - VOP (county)
Renee Shermone Gallon - Trespass
5/2/08
Vincent Alexander - Domestic violence/battery
Carl Ralph Hebrock, Jr. - Sexual activity with a
minor
Damon Lee Pace - Out of county warrant
David Michael Mills - Out of county warrant
Cason Lewis - Out of county warrant
Gregory M. Donaldson - Battery (touch or strike),
criminal mischief
Raymond Thomas Foskey - Possession of mari-
juana less than 20 grams
5/3/08
Tamieko Michelle Gallon - Failure to appear
Jean Remy Cherfils - Out of county warrant
Marquis Serrod Baynard - Burglary with assault


rice of the Madison County Sheriff's Office K-9 Unit
stopped a vehicle at the 252 mile marker on 1-10 west
bound for multiple traffic violations.
While explaining the violations and waiting for the


or battery
5/4/08
Carol Eunice Dobson - Cheating
5/5/08
George Johnson - VOP (circuit)
Janet Marie Morris - Inciting an insurrection
Tamaiko S. Morris - Inciting an insurrection
5/6/08
Johnny B. Givens - Criminal registration
Freddie Morris, Jr. - Attempted felony murder,
discharging a firearm in public
Robert Eugene Watson - Attempted felony murder,
discharging a firearm in public
Joe Thomas - VOP (circuit)
Jamian Joshaun nicken Butler - VOP (county)
Ashley Nicole Clements - Grand theft III (vehicle
theft), possession of marijuana less than 20 grams
Susie Mae Williams - Attempted felony murder,
discharging a firearm in public
Willie Morris, Jr. - Attempted felony murder, dis-
charging a firearm in public
5/7/08
Willie Morris, Jr. - Leaving the scene of an acci-
dent
Clint Eastwood Morris - Discharging a firearm in
public, attempted felony murder


required documents Cpl. Maurice detected an odor of
marijuana emitting from the vehicle. Cpl Maurice com-
pleted the enforcement action for the traffic violations
and questioned the driver about the odor. The driver ad-
mitted that marijuana was smoked in the vehicle just
prior to the traffic stop.
Cpl. Maurice advised him that he was going to con-
duct a probable cause search of'the vehicle for contra-
band. The driver then admitted that there was a partial-
ly-smoked marijuana cigarette in the ashtray.
Cpl. Maurice requested assistance with the stop but
all other deputies were busy with calls for service. Cpl.
Maurice placed the vehicle occupants in custody for his
safety while he searched the vehicle. Cpl. Maurice re-
trieved the marijuana cigarette from the ashtray and
continued his search. When Cpl. Maurice opened the
driver's door he located a plastic bag containing smaller
plastic bags of marijuana. Cpl. Maurice then checked
under the driver's seat and noticed the handle and ham-
mer of a semi automatic pistol, at this point Cpl. Mau-
rice stopped the search for his safety until another
deputy could respond. After clearing the calls for ser-
vice Sgt. Randy Jansch and Deputy Keith Kirkland re-
sponded to his location. Once the units arrived Cpl.
Maurice continued his search. The plastic bag and
firearm were removed and checked inside the plastic
bag there were 12 smaller plastic bags of marijuana
packaged for resale. The pistol was a Smith and Wesson
9mm semi automatic fully loaded with full metal jacket
rounds. A complete search of the vehicle was conducted
and no further contraband was located.
The driver, Rashad Jerome McDonald, 18, of
Greenville, claimed the marijuana but disclaimed the
firearm. During an inventory of the vehicle Cpl. Mau-
rice located a camera phone in the center console which
contained several photos of McDonald posing with the
firearm located in the vehicle. McDonald was transport-
ed to the county jail and charged with possession of
marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of a
firearm during the commission of a felony, and posses-
sion of a concealed firearm.


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Uveda V.L

Alderman

Oveda V.T. Alder-
man died May 1, 2008, in
the Blue Springs Com-
munity in Madison
County.
Funeral services
were held at 2 p.m., Sun-
day, May 4, 2008 at the
Lee First Baptist
Church with Rev. Caron
Harn and Rev. Gene
Stokes officiating. Bur-
ial followed at Lee
Memorial Cemetery.
The family received
friends Saturday, May 3,
from 6-8 p.m., at Beggs
Funeral Home.
He was born
in Hamilton County on
February 5, 1920, to the
late Albert Carlton Al-
derman and Viney
McGinn Alderman.
He served his coun-
try in World War II from
March 4, 1942 to August
22, 1945. He was involved
in battles and cam-
paigns in Guadalcanal,
the Northern Solomons
and the Southern Philip-
pines. His military spe-
cialty was heavy ma-
chine gunner.
After returning from
the war, he started farm-
ing in the Lee Communi-
ty.
He was a member of
the Lee First Baptist
Church, and loved
spending time with his
family and was an avid
hunter and fisherman. .
Survivors include
his wife, Thetus Alder-
man of Lee; a son, Larry
and wife Sheryl; a
daughter, Vicki Odom
Elmore of White
Springs; one sister, Ber-
nice Bell of Lakeland;
six grandchildren, Alan
Odom and wife Debo-
rah, Sean Alderman and
wife Michelle, Johnny
Odom and wife Mandy,
Lori Alderman Burdette
and husband Jeff,
Richard Odom Elmore
and wife Lisa and
Amanda Bass; 12 great-
grandchildren, Josh
Odom, Trent Odom, Lily
Odom, Eryn Alderman,
Camryn Alderman,
Kaeli Burdette, Kit Bur-
dette, Jett Burdette, J. J.
Burdette, Angel Elmore,
Jesse Elmore and Syd-
ney Elmore; and a host
of other relatives and
friends.


Helen

Moore

Myers
Helen Moore Myers, age
87, a retired school teacher, a
longtime member of Shiloh
MB Church in Madison, and a
member of the Alpha Kappa
Alpha sorority died Sunday,
May 4,2008 in Madison.
The services will be 11
a.m., Saturday May 10, at the
Shiloh Missionary Baptist
Church, with burial at the
Concord Cemetery in
Greenville.
The family will receive
friends from 5-7 pm on Friday,
May 9, at the Gauzy Funeral
Home.
Survivors include one
brother, Charlie Moore Jr. and
wife, Ezell Moore; and a host
of nieces, nephews, cousins
and friends.


In Memoty Of...


STHCL KUMP SAMPSON 4
5/9/1909 - 4/15/1991
Grandma, I miss you so much and I proud of me.
have so much to say You died when I I know that you are all together now. I
was a young girl still wanting to go out don't know how I can go on without all of
and play Since you've been gone, my you. but I will make it somehow.
world d hasn't been the same. I think about Your baby boy (my daddy), followed
you all the time, and if the decision was you two months after you died. Believe
mine, you would be back with me at the me, for many years I have cried.
drop of a dime. You were my friend. my I remember old times like they were yes-
company, my teacher and my hero. I still terday My tears begin to water as I think how
remember your innocent smile, your fast you all went away. The last time I saw you
chuckle as I would do anything to I fed you and you would give me smiles.
make you laugh. When that dreadful call came, I felt like I4
I miss you, my dad, my uncle. just ran 100 miles.
and of course your other half. Only if I could just see you alive once
You were the hardest working more. If I could just see you alive once more.
people that I know. You worked i
Stood hard and so you had to go. From:-The Sampsons
I do things today and I try to Yotu" granddaughter.
think of what you would say (Nikki) Lawanza Sampson
I remember Granddaddy Fletcher Yotu daughter-in-law.
telling my daddy, "Boy, that girl is going to be Verndell Sampson
something one day" I am not exactly what I bYotu great-grandson, -
set out to be. but I am you that you would be Darrien Maliek Sampson-Graham
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May 11
The New Bethel PB Church
family invites everyone to come
'out and celebrate Mother's Day
Sunday, May 11, at 11 a.m. Min-
ister Broderic Roberson will be
the guest speaker for this special
occasion.
May 12
The Suwannee Chapter of
the Florida Trail Association will
hold its monthly, meeting on
Monday, May 12, 2007 at the
Suwannee River Water Manage-
ment District from 7-9 PM, on
US 90 and CR 49, 2 miles east of
Live Oak. The Public is wel-
come! The program vtll feature -
a program presented by Cardlyn
Saft of the Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences, who will
present a program on Florida
Friendly Landscaping. For more
information, please call Sylvia
Dunnam, (362) 3256.
May 14
The 55 Plus Club Luncheon
will be held on May 14, and
starts at 12 noon and all are invit-
ed, and is free with no reserva-
tions required or fees of any kind.
The luncheon is hosted by the
UMC, Rocky Springs. Salads,
sandwiches, desserts and tea will
be served. The Location is the
UMC Community Center, locat-
ed about five miles north of
Madison on SR 145 (Valdosta
Highway). For information about
. the 55 Plus Club or any outreach
of the United Methodist Min-
istries, call 850-929-4938.
May 16
San Pedro Church Fundrais-
er will be held May 16, with a
Chicken and Rice Dinner. Serv-
ing starts at 5:30 p.m. Cake auc-


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tion at 8 p.m. Gospel sing at 7
p.m. Dinner- $7 donation. All
proceeds go toward church and
cemetery up-keep. For more in-
formation, contact Daniel or De-
bra Bass (850) 973-8676. Thank
you for your support.
May 17
Back by popular demand,
Heirline and the Reflectsons and
David & Rusty, will be in concert
Saturday, May 17, at Yogi Bear's
Jellystone Park in Madison. Ad-
mission is free, however a love
offering will be received during
the concert. For mote informa-
tion, please call (850). 973-4622
or (850) 46470114.
M_ '" ay 17
Humane Society's Spring
Fling will be held at the Suwan-
nee Valley Humane Society's An-
imal Shelter on Saturday, May
17, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. for
fun, food, and a huge yard, plant
sale and bake sale. From I-10's
exit # 262, go ? mile north on CR
252. Turn left onto Bisbee Loop
following the signs. For more in-
formation, call 1-866-236-7812
toll free or 971-9904. The shelter
and thrift stores are open 10 a.m.
- 2 p.m., Tuesday through Satur-
day.
May 17
New Life Student Ministries
will be having a dinner and a
movie fundraiser on Saturday,
May 17, with dinner at 6 p.m.
and the movie, Flywheel (from
the makers of Facing The Giant)
at 7 p.m. The meal consists of:
chicken, green beans, potato,
rolls, salad, dessert and drink.
The fundraiser will be held at
New Life Christian Church Intl.,
405 SW Old US 90 (West of
Madison on the left before Cen-
tral School) Dinners are for sale
for any donation. For more infor-
mation, call Connie Peterson at
850-973-3950.
May 18
New Bethel Primitive Bap-
tist Church will be hosting a
youth program on Sunday, May
18, at 3:30 p.m. The speaker will
be Dr. Calvin Calhoun from Tal-


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will be singing.
May 23
The legendary Naomi and
The Segos and the Reflectsons
will be in concert at Macedonia
Baptist Church on Friday
evening, May 23, at 7 p.m. Ad-
mission is .free, however a love
offering will be received during
the concert. For more informa-
tion, please call (850) 973-4622
or (850) 464-0114.
June 6
Award-winning quartet Bri-
an Free & Assurance will be in
concert on Friday, June 6. at Yogi
Bear's Jellysione Park in Madi-
son, �tiiting at 7:30 "p.m. Brian
Free is the most award-v inning
tenor singer in gospel music and
traveled with the nation's num-
ber one quartet, Gold CirN. for
over a decade. A $7 donation
will be requested at the door and
a free-will offering will be re-
ceived during the concert. For
more information, please call
(850) 973-4622 or (8501 464-
0114.
June 6-8
The Madison CountN Babe
Ruth League and the Madison
County Recreational Depart-
ment are hosting this years Dis-
trict 2 Baseball All Star tourna-
ment for the 10U and 12U age
groups on June 6-8. Come enjo.
baseball at its finest when the
folks from Jefferson, Tay lor. and
Wakulla counties join Madison
in a fight to the finish. For more
information, call 850-869-9550.
June 6-7
Calling for arts and crafts
vendors for the 15th Annual
Wellborn Blueberry Festikal to
be held Friday" and Saturday.
June 6-7, in downtown Wellborn.
This year's festival will include
bake-off contest and tasting, pa-
rade, kids games, talent contesti.


entertainment both days and
more. Contact Wendell Snowden
at (386) 963-1157 or e-mail at
wendellsnowden@prodigy.net.
June 7 & 14
AARP Driver Safety.
Program will be a special of-
fer for AARP members- at-
tending the June 7 and June
14 class. Couples can attend


for $10, not the usual $20.
The class will also be open
to non-AARP members.
Don't forget that completion
of the course equals . a
mandatory insurance dis-
count for the. next three
years. To register, please call
Rich Olsen at (85.0) 584-
2193.


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Wesleyannes Spring Tour 2008



Comes To Madison Monday feVon


Wesleyan College in Macon, Ga.
has long been known for its com-
mitment to the Fine Arts, especially
music. The music major at Wes-
leyan College is designed to assist
thier full potential as a musician
and scholar.
The Wesleyannes are Wesleyan
College's select chamber ensemble.
Students must audition for a place
in the group. These students are
expected to perform more frequent-


ly than the Concert Choir and with
a higher level of music understand-
ing and expressiveness.
Nadine Cheek Whitney is the
Associate Professor of Music who
has been at Wesleyan College since
1997. She is a graduate of Wesleyan
College with advanced degrees from
the University of Cincinnati Col-
lege Conservatory of Music and
from the Yale School of Music. She
is an accomplished singer and con-


ductor.
The Wesleyannes are coming to
Madison on Monday, May 12 to per-
form and recruit students. They
will be performing at the Madison
Academy on Monday morning
(time not known), at the Madison
County High School at 2 p.m. and
then at First Baptist Church at 7
p.m. They will be leaving Tuesday
morning for Tallahassee, Ocala,
and Leesburg.


55 Plus Club Will Overview



Big Bend And Covenant Hopice


The program for the
May 14, meeting of the 55
Plus Club will be an
overview of Big Bend and
Covenant Hospice services
and a Medicare Update.
The purpose of the "55
Plus Club" is to meet for
Christian fellowship over
lunch with informative or


entertaining programs
with particular interest to
seniors.
The. speakers for the
May 14th luncheon will be
Michelle Brantley and Di-
ane Tomasi with Big Bend
Hospice and Melissa Tay-
lor with Covenant Hos-
pice.


Financial Strategies for
Small-business Owners
Provided by Brad Bashaw, Edward Jones
If you're a small-business owner, you put your heart, soul
- and most of 'your time - into your business.
Unfortunately, sheer hard work doesn't always translate
into financial security - so you'll need to take some addi-
tional steps.
Here are a few to consider: ;
Protect your business against the loss of a key
employee. If you have an employed with valuable man-
agement or sales skills, and this person were to die unex-
pectedly, your business could suffer. That's why you may
want to write a "key-person" life insurance plan on this
employee. In its simplest form, key-person coverage pays
cash to your company, which is usually the policy benefi-
ciary, when the designated employee dies or becomes
disabled. Key-person insurance also can be structured to
fund deferred-compensation arrangements or buyout
agreements between partners.
Avoid "raiding" business coffers to pay for personal
expenses. Try to keep six to 12 months' worth of living
expenses in a liquid account. Once you have established
this "emergency fund," you'll be less likely to tap into your
business' income or assets to pay for unexpected person-
al expenses, such as a new appliance, a costly car repair
or a large medical bill.
Create a retirement plan for yourself. As a business
owner, you're responsible for establishing your own retire-
ment account. Fortunately, you have some attractive
choices, including the following:
* SEP-IRA - You can contribute up to 25 percent of your
compensation - as much as $46,000 - to a SEP-IRA. Your
contributions are tax deductible and your earnings have
the potential to grow tax-deferred until withdrawn. This
plan offers you significant flexibility in making contribu-
tions for yourself and your employees. Plus, as an
employer, you can generally deduct, as business expens-
es, any contributions you make on behalf of your plan
participants.
* SIMPLE IRA -You can put in up to $10,500 - or $13,000
if you're 50 or older - to a SIMPLE IRA. As is the case with
the SEP-IRA, your earnings have the potential to grow
tax deferred. You can match your employees' contribu-
tions dollar for dollar, up to three percent of compensa-
tion, but no more than $10,500 (or $13,000 for employees
50 and over). Alternatively, you could contribute two per-
cent of each eligible employee's compensation each
year, up to a maximum of $4,600, regardless of whether
the employee contributes or not. Contributions to your
employees are tax deductible.
* "Owner-only" 401(k) plan - If you have no employees
other than your spouse, you can establish an "owner-
only" 401 (k) plan. Between salary deferral and profit shar-
ing, you can contribute up to $46,000, in pre-tax dollars,
to your owner-only 401(k), or $51,000 if you're 50 or
older. Like a SEP-IRA and SIMPLE IRA, a 401(k) pro-
vides the potential to accumulate tax-deferred earnings.
But if you open a Roth 401(k) your earnings have the
potential to grow tax free, provided you've had your
account at least five years and you don't start taking with-
drawals until you're at least 59-1/2. (However, you make
Roth 401(k) contributions with after-tax dollars.)
Your tax or financial advisor can help you decide which
retirement plan is right for your business. But don't wait
too long to choose one, or to make the other moves nec-
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The May luncheon will
be hosted by Rocky
Springs UMC, serving sal-
ads, sandwiches, desserts
and tea.
The luncheon meeting
will be held at 12:00 Noon
at the United Methodist
Cooperative Community
Center located at the cor-
ner of Hwy 145 and Dill
Street. This is about five
miles north of Madison.


Everyone in the communi-
ty, 55 years old and older, is
invited to attend. No reser-
vations are necessary and
there are no fees of any
kind.
For more information
about the 55 Plus Club or
any outreach of the Unit-
ed Methodist Cooperative
Ministries call the Coordi-
nator, Linda Gaston at 850-
929-4938.


Madison Senior Citizens

Needs Volunteers


By 'Elizabeth Holling-
sworth,
Senior Citizens Center
We at the Senior Citi-
zens Center have a won-
derful opportunity that
also presents an urgent
need at the same time.
The wonderful
opportunity:
This Saturday,
the Madison Post Office is
doing a canned food drive
and is going to" give it to us
so we can distribute to our
needy consumers.
The urgent need:
We need someone with
a long-wheel base truck to
load the food in on Satur-
day at approx. 4 p.m., take
it to the Madison Co-op to
be weighed (which I will
arrange with them) and
bring to the Center to.be
unloaded.
We also need two or
three men who will come
and help with the loading
and unloading. .
Just think, this is a
wonderful short-term mis-
sions project that you
don't even have to leave
the country for!!!!
If you can volunteer,


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'Ar. "Ar. Davu esson are pleased
to announce the upcoming marriage of
their daughter, Amy Xathryn Wesson, to
James 3- yFetcher, Jr., the son of Ms.
Karen Fletcher andMr. Jim yfetcher.
Amy is a 2003 graduate of Nadison
County High SchooCanda 2007?graduate
of the 'University of Florida. She is cur-
rentCy working on a Masters degree in
Literacy from the ColCege of Education at
the University of yForida.|
James is a 2003 graduate of Madison
County l-figh School and a 2005 graduate
of WNorth Ylorida Community CoClege's
Law Enforcement Academy. He is cur-
rently employedwith the Madison Coun-
ty Sheriffs Department.
The coupCe willbe unitedcin marriage on
May 10, 2008. cThe ceremony willbe helCd
at three-thirty in the afternoon at New
Home Baptist Church in Madison. The re-
ception will folCow at Buddy and Ann'
Sapp's BCue Lagoon.
No CocaC invitations will be sent. .All
cfose friends and family are invitedito at-
tencC


please call me at 973-4241.
Please leave a message.


NOTICE QF ZONING CHANGE,

The Board of County Commissioners of Madison County, Florida proposes to
amend the text of the Madison County LAnd Development Code, as amended,
hereinafter referred to as the Land Development Code, within the area shown on
the map below, as follows:

LDC 08-1 is an application by the Board of County Commissioners to amend the
text of the Land Development Code by amending Section 4.4.H. h, entitled Land
Use District Requirements, Highway Interchange, Special Exceptions by adding
facilities for storage and distribution of products including wholesale activity as a
special exception use within the Highway, Interchange (HI) land use district.

MADISON COUNTY







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A public hearing concerning the amendment to consider the enactment of an
ordinance to adopt the amendment will be held on May 21, 2008 at 5:30 p.m., or
as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, in the Board Room, Courthouse
Annex, 229 Southwest Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida. The title of said
ordinance shall read, as follows:

AN ORDINANCE OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE
MADISON COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE, AS AMENDED; PUR-
SUANT TO AN APPLICATION, LDC 08-1, BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS; PROVIDING FOR AMENDING SECTION 4.4.H.h, EN-
TITLED LAND USE DISTRICT REQUIREMENTS, HIGHWAY INTER-
CHANGE, SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS BY ADDING FACILITIES FOR
STORAGE AND DISTRIBUTION OF PRODUCTS INCLUDING
WHOLESALE ACTIVITY AS A SPECIAL EXCEPTION USE WITHIN THE
HIGHWAY, INTERCHANGE (HI) LAND USE DISTRICT; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE

The public hearing may be continued to one or more future dates. Any interested
party shall be advised that the date, time and place of any continuation of the pub-
lic hearing shall be announced during the public hearing and that no further no-
tice concerning the matter will be published.

At the aforementioned public hearing, all interested persons may appear and be
heard with respect to the amendment on the date, time and place as referenced
above.

Copies of the amendment are available for public inspection at the Courthouse
Annex, Office of the County Coordinator, located at 229 Southwest Pinckney
Street, Madison, Florida, during regular business hours.

All persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any decision made at the
public hearing, they will need a record of the proceedings and, for such purpose,
they may need to ensure that a verbatim record
of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.







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Volunteers Are The Heart Of Big Bend Hospice

A Big Bend Hospice family calls to in the community" says Linda Gaston, a
have someone come sit with their moth- volunteer with the Madison County Ad-
er so they can go out for their anniver- visory Council. Phyllis Williams, an-
sary, a grieving husband receives a other Council volunteer states, "I volun-
phone call from a volunteer who is teer because of the difference Big Bend
checking in to see how he is holding up, Hospice makes in the community and
a group of volunteers meet to discuss the comfort they bring to the families."
how to make sure that no one in need of Council member, Deloris Jones, says
hospice services in Madison County is she volunteers because, "It gives me an
unaware of Big Bend Hospice. opportunity to give back to the commu-
All of these caring people live and nity for all they have given me." These
work right here in Madison County and .sentiments are echoed by Louise Strick-
share their time with their friends and ' land, another Council volunteer, "I love
neighbors as Big Bend Hospice volun- people and it thrills me to be able to help
teers. Big Bend Hospice was founded by M them. I can do this through Big Bend
volunteers 25 years ago to provide a dif- Hospice. I love Big Bend Hospice! It's
ferent more compassionate way to fin- the best organization to have with you in
ish life's journey Last year they served the last days of life's journey I call my
over seventy patients in Madison Coun- / patients to lift them up and end up being
ty and within their eight county service blessed."
area served 375 families everyday During National Volunteer Apprecia-
Volunteering does not necessaryily .tion Week, April 27 through May 3, Big
mean working directly with patients. Bend Hospice salutes the caring men
Although all of their patients and their and women who volunteer in Madison
families are offered a volunteer to help County "These special people are en-
with errands, provide transportation . riching lives and making a difference to
and offer companionship; there are "..... . hospice families" says Michele Brantley,
many other opportunities to volunteer. Pictured left to right are: Community Outreach Coordinator for
Advisory Council members, for ex- Front Row: Louise Strickland, Linda Gaston, Rev. Richard Quackenbush. Big Bend Hospice. They not only sit at
ample, meet monthly and act as ambas- Back Row: Deloris Jones, Phyllis Williams, Oliver Bradley, and Karen Trammell (Big bedsides, they sit in 90 degree heat at
sadors in their community, advising Big Bend Hospice Volunteer Coordinator.) fairs and festivals, they put together
Bend Hospice on issues in their county Not Pictured: Lillian Balloon, Mattie Bowles, Joy Gensel, Tim Sanders, Ruthellen goodie bags, they bake and speak on our
and helping to increase awareness of Caldwell and Ann Sapp behalf at clubs and churches....they are
hospice services. These committed' the heart and soul of our organization."
men and women are stay-at-home moms, business people, and retirees but each has If you are interested in becoming a Hospice volunteer, please call Karen Tram-
in common the desire to help others. "I like being a part of Big Bend Hospice be- mell at (850) 879-1324 for the next orientation session. Volunteer to Change the
cause I care about people and enjoy being the eyes and ears for Big Bend Hospice World. It starts with a phone call!


Remote Cemetery Clean And Ready For Visits


The cemetery after the cleaning.


Madison County has many cemeter-
ies, both large and small. Some are hard
to find and unkept. The Winquepin
Pond Cemetery is one of those special
places that is off the beaten path of traf-
fic. A small final resting place for peo-
ple with the surnames of Barrs, New-
man, Hancock, Frier, Brock and a few
others.
The members of. the Madison
Branch of the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints "adopted" this ceme-
tery several years ago with the purpose


of keeping it trimmed so family mem-
bers could find the graves and read the
headstones of their loved ones.
Men from the Elder's Quroum, the
High Priest Group. and Young Men, met
at the Winquepin Pond cemetery the
morning of May 3. to cut grass, trim
branches, and pull weeds. This ceme-
tery again is reachable by car and one
can walk by the graves enjoying the
tranquility of rural Madison County
and the peace of memories of those who
have gone to the other side of the veil.


Local Youngster Featured


In National Publication

Mother's Day came a week
early for grandmother JoAnn
Whitfield when she opened the
latest issue of Country Woman , .
magazine to find a picture of her
grandson Landen Whitfield Dou-
glas featured in the "Our Kids"
section of the magazine. Lan-
den's grandmother, "MeMe," had
submitted the photograph, taken
by Landen's mother, Heather
Douglas, to the magazine almost
two years ago. She had forgotten
about it since she had never
heard anything else from the
company. The picture, which was
taken in the spring of 2006, fea-
tured Landen in one of the black-
eyed susan patches that are so
popular during this time of year.
Ironically, Joann had just re-
turned home from helping
Heather take more pictures of
Landen and his sister, Abby, in
some of this year's blooms when
she sat down to read one of her Landen Whitfield Douglas, now 3, smiles as he
favorite magazines. Imagine her enjoys playing in the black-eyed susans that are in
surprise when she realized that full bloom this time of year. A photo taken of him
the little cutie smiling at her at 17-months-old is featured in the current issue of
from the magazine page was her Country Woman magazine.
own grandson at the age of one!
Landen is the three-year-old son of Cody and Heather Douglas, of Lee. Landen's
photo is featured in the June/July 2008 issue of Country Woman magazine that is on
stands now.


Navy Seaman Recruit
Tiameca L. Hollins, niece
of Geraldine Alexander of
Madison, recently com-
pleted U.S. Navy basic
training at Recruit Train-
ing Command, Great
Lakes, Ill.
During the eight-week
program, Hollins complet-
ed a variety of training
which included classroom
study and practical in-
struction on naval cus-
toms, first aid, firefight-
ing, water safety and sur-
vival and shipboard and
aircraft safety An empha-
sis was also placed on
physical fitness.
The capstone event of
boot camp is "Battle Sta-
tions." This exercise gives
recruits the skills and con-
fidence they need to suc-
ceed in the fleet. "Battle
Stations" is designed to
galvanize the basic war-
rior attributes of sacrifice,
dedication, teamwork and
endurance in each recruit
through the practical ap-
plication of basic Navy
skills and the core values
of Honor, Courage and


Commitment. Its distinct-
ly "Navy" flavor was de-
signed to take into account
what it means to be a


sailor.
Hollins is a 2003 gradu-
ate of Madison County
High School.


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Lee Simmons; Frank Williamson; James Hamblen; Frank Kramer;
Jay Lee; Jacob Robinson; Shawn West holding Flora Mae West; Ray Robinson;,
Shaun Robinson; Elder Oliverson; and Elder Tweedie.



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flabison Countp Rda For ifc Wrap up


Friday, May 9, 2008


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Kinsley, May 2, 2008
Shelby Witmer, (right) with the Greenville Baptist
Church team, is pictured as she paints the pretty face of
Jessica Tapio.
By Tyrra B Meserve
Greene Publishing, Inc.
On Saturday, May 3, the American Cancer Society
wrapped up its annual Relay For Life event with emo-
tion and alliance. Starting Friday night at 6 p.m., the Re-
lay united members of Madis6n's community until Sat-
urday at noon, walking, remembering, and hoping. Both
survivors and their loved ones joined the Survivors'
first lap walk, followed later by a touching Luminaria
Ceremony that included the spelling of the word "Hope"
in lights and love. With over $40,000 raised at this year's
event, hope has shown itself to be in many minds. pump-
ing strongly through the heart of Madison County.
The Relay For Life event that has been held in Nladi-
son for several years, is a moving way for all those who
have had cancer touch their lives, join in friendship and
the theme of hope. Wearing many faces, hope arrived
early, uniting with walkers of the Survivors Lap. Hope
stayed late, until these last of the costume winners and
money raising teams had trickled home. Hope lingered,
mingling with friends and lending support. No one
seemed to be in any kind of hurry to
leave hope behind, either, as
they wished their loved
ones well before
climbing into their
cars, readying
for the ride
home. Many W r p
onlookers
even re-
member r
seeing.. U T
hope, still
standing
strong, in
the middle
of the field as
the afternoon
slid into .twi-,
light, and hope re- .
mained.
Around 22 teams or-
ganized, pulling together to
raise monies for cancer awareness
and research. Participating in fun and spirited
ways, teams rallied for support, showing their fun side
with costumes and entertainment.
A special piggy bank that was filled by Ashton Pick-
els was brought to the Relay in the hopes that all the
coins added up to another life saved through awareness.
Proudly, Pickels bestowed her bank to the Relay, hope
shown in the face of a child.
Best costume went to NFCC's Queen of Hearts.
Shrek was a winner for the Lake Park of Madison's
Team who came in second.' Eli Curl won Third Place in
the costume contest with the Farmer and the Dell.
There were also awards for Best Campsite, Best
Cuisine and other contests held as the
cameras flashed and the entertain-
ment helped keep spirits at an all
time high.
A special thanks goes
out to all those whot
participated, along
with those that .
provided the
mbod that set
the stage.
There to
share their
hope with
others was
B e c k y 's ". .-1_ '"
Dance
Steps Stu-
d i o
dancers,
along with
the band REI
Reckless Re- -FO
ality and
Melody's Good -
Time Karaoke .
was a smash as al- "''
ways.
Thank you to all :.
who helped make this ".
event so moving and filled , .. .
with love, life and hope. To all
those that have contributed their
time and support and to all those who
helped raise the bar, inviting everybody to
give their all to this cause. Most of all, thanks to
hope, and the dream that tomorrow has been granted be
cause of today.


Above:
Ashton
Pickels donat-
ed a piggy
bank full of
coins, that she
collected, to
the Relay For
Life. Ashton's
mother related
that Ashton
collected all
her coins be-
cause she
wanted to help
people who
were stricken
with cancer.


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eene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Kinsley, May 2, 2008
Kelia Brown was one of the many
beautiful dancers that performed for
the Relay For Life observers last Friday
evening.


The Survivor's Lap is always
the first lap taken during the annual
Relay For Life event. Survivors
walk, ride, or push together to show
their support.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Kinsley, May 2, 2008
Elvis Presley made a special appearance
to show his support at the Madison
County Relay For Life.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Ted Ensminger. May 2. 2008


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Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Kinsley, May 2, 2008
"Reckless Reality" entertained the Relay for Life crowd. Pictured left to right are:
Arlen Favors, Jackson Dickinson and Dan Mathis, with drummer Cutler Littleton.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Kinsley, May 2, 2008
Lake Park of Madison won second place at the Madison County Relay for Life en-
vent in the costume contest with "Shrek and Company."


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Kinsley, May 2, 2008
Brooke Kinsley, Ceira Roland and Cheltsie Kinsley light their Luminaria bag in hon-
or of their grandfather, Morey Kinsley, who was lost to cancer on April 15, 2006.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Kinsley, May 2, 2008
Becky's Dance Steps Studio dancers are always a crowd pleaser during the Relay
For Life. (Back row, left to right): Lisa Terry, Ashlyn Welch, Kehli Tuten, and Abigail
Blanton. (Front row, left to right): Kendal Wilson, Victoria Wirick, Elaine Jarvis and
Cieltsie Kinsley. They performed a tap dance to "I Can Cook."


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Kinsley, May 2, 2008
Walkers fall in line behind the annual bagpipe
player, during the Luminaria ceremony, in honor of
those lose to cancer. "Amazing Grace" was played as
everyone took a lap around the track.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Ted Ensminger, May 2, 2008
Comrades in awareness, friends and family join in
the Survivors Walk that opened up the annual Relay For
Life event this past weekend.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Kinsley, May 2, 2008
Brittany Watts and Philip Watts represented Full Circle
Dairy with "The Cow Jumped Over The Moon," during this
year's costume contest.


ureene ruolisning, inc. 0nolo Dy tmeral0 Kinsley, May z, Zu2u
Brianna Browning, front, and Caitlin Torangeau, back,
were part of the Becky's Dance Steps Studio team at the
Relay for Life.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Kinsley, May 2, 2008.
Shannen Combass played the part of the cow along
with 4th and 5th grade dancers for a "Summer on the
Farm." during Becky's Dance Steps Studio performance.










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fiaLtb &* flutrition


Friday, May 9, 2008


The Maaison county
Health Department salutes
its nursing staff this week
during National Nurse's
Week, May 6 - May 11. We
appreciate the dedication
and commitment they
have to the citizens of
Madison County each and
every day. We .are your
nurses providing quality
healthcare services to you.
Please come visit us for
all your family's health-
care needs.


Happy Nurses Week!
r - I ri I 1 II I


DONNA DAVIS


MARY ELLEN JORDAN


UHBNUA NLWMAN


A History Of The Madison County School Health Program
1 r 2 1r


JUDY HILL
In the early years of,
School Health, prior to 1991,
only one registered nurse
employed by Madison Coun-
ty School District and one


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by the Madison County
Health Department provid-
ed services to all the public
schools in the county These


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nurses traveled to all the
schools on a weekly basis.
On many occasions, stu-
dents had to be sent home
with minor illnesses if the
nurses were not in their
schools clinic to assist
them. The realization that
something had to be done
was apparent and the oppor-
tunity to do so was ap-
proaching.
In 1991, the Madison
County Health Department
applied for and was award-
ed two grants: a SHIP
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Schools) and a Locally De-
signed Program to staff all
other schools (Lee, Pinetta,
Madison Primary, Madison
Middle and Madison High
School), All schools were
staffed with the funds from
these two grants. The ser-
vices were expanded to
teaching classes such as
hand-washing, dental care,
nutrition, physical activity,
anti-bullying, self-esteem,
character-building, goal set-


LEATHA GERVIN
ting, safety issues and other
topics related to student
well-being. Now parents
have the assurance that
their child will have the as-
sistance of a trained staff
member in each school clin-
ic to meet the needs as they
arise. The outcome from
the grants was so over-
whelmingly successful that
the funding is now legisla-
tively appropriated into
comprehensive School
Health funds. Abstinence
education grants have been
awarded for the past three
years to. assist in decreas-
ing the teen pregnancy rate.


ELMIRE CANTEY
The goals for the clinics
were to be able to triage stu-
dents, provide minor first
aide, give physician or-
dered medications, and re-
turn the students to the
classroom. For the School
Year 2006-2007, 92% of the
Clinic visits resulted in the
student's ability to return
to the classroom to finish
the school day. From this
percentage, othe'goals are
being met. Many schools
throughout the country do


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MARTA SMITH
not have staffed clinics, but
in Madison. They have a
School Health Team that
puts the welfare of the stu-
dents first and provides
them with the care they
need at the time it is need-
ed. The successes of the
program can be attributed
to the dedicated staff and
the strong partnership be-
tween the Madison County
Health Department and the
Madison County School
District.


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"Catch The Spirit" At


First United Methodist Church


By Lilla Howerton
Happenings At The First United
Methodist Church is on
fire for Jesus Christ and
Madison First Baptist we invite you to our Beth
Moore Bible Study on
By Kristin Finney Daniel. It is being held on
"Trust the Lord with all your heart, all your mind, Sunday at 9:45 a.m. in the
and all your spirit." Sunday morning was a joyful sight fellowship hall. Beth
to the Lord. We began with Thelma Dehart beautifully shared that she didn't ex-
singing "Can I pray for you." She was followed by the pect Daniel to become one
Chancel Choir singing "Calvary Is the Sea." Deacon of of the most effective anti-
the week was Brett Frakes who led the offertory prayer, dotes she had ever taken
Pastor Ferrell's sermon entitled "Believe & See," was for fear. It shows God in
based again on the novel Chronicles of Narnia: Prince control, absolutely sover-
Caspian. He preached from 2 Corinthians 4:18 "So we fix eign, never shaken and
our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen. For nothing can detour His
what is seen is temporary but what is unseen is eter- plan for the ages. Sounds
nal." He stated that "You'll never see until you believe." great for these times, does-
He also read from John 11 about Jesus raising n't it?
Lazarus from the dead after four days. In fact, our Sunday
Thursday, May 8th our church hosted a Health Expo School is alive and well,
that included blood pressure, hearing, blood sugar, and thanks to the outstanding
vision tests. Sunday, May 11th, we will celebrate Moth- job of Bunny Maultsby, Su-
er's Day; we will honor all mothers and also have a baby perintendent. We have a
dedication. There will also be no evening services that Sunday School class for
night. Monday, May 12th "The Wesleyannes" will be in every age at 9:45 a.m. each
concert at 7 p.m in our sanctuary This women's choir is Sunday and there's a place
from Wesleyan College. The group includes our very waiting just for you.
own Shelly Holbrook. The United Methodist
This years VBS will be hosted on June 8th -12th with Women's Salad Supper
dinner being served at 5:30 p.m. Classes will begin at.6 will be held on Monday,
p.m. and end at 8:45 p.m. There will be a Luau Saturday, May 12 at 6:30 p.m. at the
June 7th to register your children to participate. United Methodist Coopera-
The theme this year is "Outrigger Island: Living tive Ministries Center.
Gods Unshakable Truth." The theme verse is Psalm The speaker will be
86:11: "Teach me your way, 0 Lord, and I will walk in Jeanette Coody, so come
your truth; give me an undivided heart, that I may fear bring your favorite salad
your name." and join the fellowship.
Our prayers go to all those who are ill, serving over- The 55 Plus Club will
seas, and facing personal battles. God will never put a have their lunch and pro-
struggle in your path that you can't overcome. Our gram on Wednesday, May
strength comes from him and only Him. Nothing com- 14, at the United Methodist
pares to the power we find with His love. He has made a Cooperative Ministries
guide for your life; if you will follow his word. "The Lord Center at noon: The pro-
is my Shepard, I shall not want." By following God, you gram will be an overview
can overcome anything. of Hospice Services and


Medicare updates.
The United Methodist
Men have a wonderful
breakfast and inspiring
program each month. Join
them on Sunday, May 18, at
8 a.m. in the fellowship
hall.
There is another
"Weekend to Remember"
Marriage Conference on
June 6-8 in Jacksonville.
The group registration
deadline is May 19. This is
a life-changing weekend as
you learn that the primary
purpose of marriage is to
reflect thp love of God. For
more information, contact
Kim Borgert at borg-
ert5@embarqmail.com


Our church members
are so excited about hav-
ing attended the "Weekend
'to Remember" that we are
going to soon offer Home
Builders Small Groups.
There will be small
groups to improve your
marriage, parenting skills,
money management and
stress. Everyone can bene-
fit from one of these.
On Saturday, June 7, at
11:30 a.m. our church has
the privilege of hosting
the North West District
Presidents and Pastors
Luncheon. This luncheon
will honor our U.M.W.
Presidents and Pastors of
the North West District.


Vacation Bible School
is fast approaching and we
want you to attend. It will
be held June 16-20 from
8:30 until 11:30 a.m. This
year's theme of "Beach
Party: Surfin' Through
the Scriptures" will be
loaded with learning
and fun.
Our young people will
be attending summer
camp in Leesburg August
4-9. This promises to be a
meaningful and fun week
and we have a slot just for
you.
Join our Family of
Faith at Madison's First
United Methodist Church
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Barbara Memorial Church
Of The Nazarene
County Rd. 254 * Madison, FL. * 973-4160
Rev. Robert Agner, Pastor
Sunday School........ ..................10:00 a.m .
Morning Worship....................11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship.............................5:30 p.m.
Bible Study, Wednesday.....................7:30 p.m.
You Are Welcome!

First United Methodist Church
850-973-6295
Re%. Robert E. Laidlaw
Brian Sanderson, Youth Pastor
Service of Word & Table..............8:30 asm.
Sunday School.......................9:45 an.
Worship Serv ice...............................! :00 a.m.
Wed. Jr. High Youth (grades 6-8)
5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Wed. Sr. High Youth (grades 9-12)
6:30 - 7:30 p.m.

Sirmans Missonary
Baptist Church
168 S.W. Sirmans Church Way* Greenville.
Florida
850-948-5506 * Garland Jones - Pastor
Sunday
School.............................................10:00 a.m .
W orship............................................ 11:00 a .m .
Sunday Evening Service.................6:00 p.m.
Wed. Night.................................. 7:00 p.m.
Come Visit With Us! Serving The Lord,
Seeking The Lost

Midway Church of God
2485 SE Midnay Church Rd.. Lee. FL
850-971-5200 * Pastor Retis Flowers
Sunday School..........................10:00 a.m.
Children's Church &
Morning Worship......................11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship..........................6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Family Training Hour..7 p.m.

Unity Baptist Church
6511 NE Colin Kelly Hw- * Madison, Florida
(Highway 145 North in Hanson)
Dr. Murrell Bennett. Pastor
(229) 559-6417 & (850) 929-4919
Sunday School................................. 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship Service...................11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship Service.....................6:00 p.m.
Youth Practice (Sunday Evening).....5:00 p.n.
Choir Practice (Sunday Evening)...7:00 p.m
Wednesday Evening Worship........7:30 p.m.
ALL ARE WELCOME! PLEASE COME.


Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church


"A Friendly Church"
Cherry Lake, FL * 850-929-4355
Rev. L.L. Jefferson


Sunday School.........................9:45 a.m.
Pastoral Sunday ,...AI rdS.nd.,......11:00 a.m.
Youth Church.2ndSund.,................11:00 a.m.
Pastoral Sunday .4h Su.d .............11:00 a.m.

Fellowship Baptist Church
One mile north of Madison on 145 * 850-
973-3266
Steve NMcHargue, Pastor * Gary Gazlay.
Music Director
Jackie Watts, Student Pastor
Youth & Children's Ministries * Active
Young Adult Ministry
Morn. Worship.............................8:00 a.m.,
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.
Sunday School.............................10:00 a.m.
Wednesday Night is Family Night.
Call For Schedule
".4 Family of Families" * "Contemporary
Worship"

Hopewell Baptist Church
Highway 360 * Madison, Florida
(850) 973-6076 * Pastor Preston Gainey
Sunday School...................................10:00 aJn.
Morning Worship Service................... 11:00 a.m.
Discipleship Training...........................5:30 p.m.
Evening Worship Service.....................6:30 p.m.
Wednesday Worship............................7:00 p.m.


Madison Church Of God
771 NE Colin Kelly Hwy., Nadison, FL.
971-5165
Rev. Doyle Glass, Pastor
Sunday School......................10:00 a.m.
MNorning Worship..................11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship....................6:00 pmn.
Wednesday Night Service........7:00 p.m


Lee First Baptist Church
Lee, Florida - Corner of CR 255 & W. 90
Sunday Services
Nlorning Worship.................11:00 a.m.
Sunday Bible Study ..............9:45 a.m.
Discipleship Training.............6:00 p.m.
Sunday Evening Worship......7:00 p.m.
Wednesday Evening:
Services Wed Bible Study........7:00 p.m.
Children / Youth Activities.....7:00 p.m.
Adult Choir.........................8:00 p.m.

St. Mary's Episcopal Church
140 N.E. Horr Ave. * Madison. FL
850-973-8338
* Rev. Ben Pfeil, Vicar *
- Senior Warden, Nate Curtis- '
Sunday Church School.........10:00 a.m.
Sunday Holy Eucharist.........10:00 a.m.
Mission Board 2nd Sunday...11:00 a.m.
Episcopal Church Women
3rd Sunday...........................11:00 a.m.
If interested in a home group, call 850-973-8338


Greenville Baptist Church
1365 SWV Main St., Greenville, FL
850-948-2353
Sunday School -All Ages............10:00 anm.
Sunday Morning Worship..........11:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening Worship............7:00 p.m.
Sunday Pre-school, Students, and
Adults Choir Rehearsals..............5:30 p.m.
Wednesday Pre-school children,
Youth & Adult Bible Studies .......7:00 p.m.
-ALL INVITED-

Shiloh Missionary Baptist
Church
221 Martin Luther King Drive * Madison. FL
P.O. Box 242 * Madison, FL
850-973-3127
Email- shilohofinadtson@vyahoo.com
Marcus Hawkins, Sr. - Pastor
Josie Graham - Assistant Pastor
Sunday School...................................9:30 anm.
Worship Service............................11...! 1:00 anm.
Wednesday Night Bible Study.............6:00 p.m.
'Hte Walk B\ faith, Not By Sight."
II Corinthians 5:7

Faith Baptist Church
1135 US 90 East * Madison, Fl * 850-973-2887
Delbert Redditt. Pastor
Sunday School .......................9:45 a.m.
Nlorning Worship..................11:00 a.m.
Discipleship..............................-:00 a.m .
Evening Worship.....................6:00 p.m.
Prayer Mleeting, Wednesday...6:45 p.m.
GROW Visitation......................6:30 p.m.
Baptist Men, Baptist Women, Music,
Youth Children and
Fun After Fifty-Five Programs available
"Where Lore Has No Limits"


Grace Presbyterian Church
Rev. John Hopwood* 850-973-2692
688 North Washington Ave. * Madison. FL
A Congregation of the Presbyterian
Church in America
Sunday School For All Ages...9:45 a.m.
Sunday Nlorning Worship.....11:00 an.m.
Wednesday Fellowship
Supper/Bible Study..............6:00 p.m.
Youth Groups 1st - 12th Grades
6:30 p.m.
Choir Practice.........................7:30 p.m.
Friday Nlen's Prayer Breakfast
7:00 a.m.
Come Worship And Serve With L's.

Hanson United
Methodist Church
850-973-6105
290 NE Daisy Street * Hanson, FL
(7.5 miles from Madison on Hwy. 145)
Rev. James Howes, Pastor
Sunday School............................... 10:00 a.m .
Morning Worship...........................11:15 a.m.
Sunday Evening Bible Study...........6:00 p.m.
Wed. Evening Prayer Service..........7:00 p.m.
Choir Practice Sun. Evening............5:00 p.m.
ALL ARE WELCOME! PLEASE COME.


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The Madison Enterprise-Recorder 13A


By Ted Ensminger
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison County School Board
honored the best of the best in school
related personnel at their annual School Re-
lated Personnel luncheon (SRP) held on May
1, at Divine Events.
Superintendent Lou Miller welcomed
the award winners, their families, mem-
bers of the School Board and school officials
to an event designed to honor the behind the
scenes support staff, that make school life
possible.


Congratulations,
Margaret Davis,
For Being Our
School Related Personnel
of the Year.
From
Pinetta Elementary School


The award winners this year included:
Joyce Wells - Greenville Elementary
School, Elijah Davis - Lee Elementary School,
Marie Brown - Madison County Central
School, Leroy James - Madison County Excel
School, Tamika Brown - Madison County
High School, Margaret Davis - Pinetta Ele-
mentary School, Iris Wesson - School Board
Office and Patsy Sanders of the Transporta-
tion Division.
This was the first year on record that a
husband and wife won the awards in the
same year. Elijah Davis, and his wife Mar-


Amy Kendrick of Pinetta Elementary School pre-
sents the SRP award to Margaret Davis

Congratulations,
Elijah Davis
From the Faculty, Staff,
Students and Parents of
Lee Elementaiy School
On Becoming Our
School Related Personnel.


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Elijah Davis of Lee Elementary School was awarded
his SRP award from Curriculum Coordinator Kathy McCol-
lum.
Kenny.Hall
School Board Member .'
District 2
"Congratulates
8& Appreciates All
School Board Personnel"


Ramona Guess (L) of the School Board Office, pre-
sents the School Related Personnel Award to Iris Wes-
son
The Family Of
Madison County
High Schiool
Congratulates
Tamika Brown
For Being Their
School Related Personnel
ofthe Year.


garet Davis, each were selected to win awards
from the schools where they are employed.
After all of the awards were presented,
Superintendent Lou Miller took the floor
and presented the top award of the day, the
District School Related Personnel of the Year
Award to Leroy James of Madison Excel
School. James is an exemplary employee of
the School Board having won the SRP hon-
or a total of three times. He was applauded
and praise by an audience of his peers.
Each of .the winners received a
plaque and a $50 Savings Bond, donat-


ed by Clemons, Rutherford and Associ-
ates in Tallahassee. Additionally, Leroy
James won a check for $200 from the
Florida Department of Education.
Superintendent Lou Miller said, " I
really want to thank Jan McHargue
for all the work she did in coordinating
the event. Divine Events did wonderful-
ly, the meal was excellent and the service
superb. And we especially want to thank
Clemmons, Rutherford and Associates
for their support in honoring our school
personnel." .

" CONGRATULATIONS,
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.^ from
The Family, Staff & Students of
Madison County Excel Alternative
School on Becoming
Their School Related Personnel
of the Year.


Superintendent Lou Miller (L) presents the District
School Related Personnel of the Year Award to Leroy
James of Madison Excel School.


Principal Maceo Howell (L) joins Leroy and Maggie
James as they celebrate the'third time' Leroy, has been se-
lected SRP, this time for the MadisoffCounty Excel School.

Congratulations to the
SRP winners throughout
Madison County. We are
blessed to have wonderful
people such as yourselves!!


Patsy Sanders (L) was chosen to be this year's SRP
representing the Transportation Division of the School
System. Patsy is receiving her award from Ivan John-
son.


Joyce Wells (right) of Greenville Elementary
School received her SRP award from Melvin Roberts,
Principal.


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ceived a plaque and kind words from Ansley Rogers (L)
and Principal Sam Stalnaker.

The Faculty, Staff, Students
and Parents of
Madison County Central School /


MARIE BROWN ,
for Being Chosen \
Our School Related Personnel.


Madison County High School Principal Ben
Killingsworth celebrates Tamika Brown as the MCHS
SRP award winner for 2008.


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You were always there when my friend's turned on me. You were right
there being the best friend I needed. Through tough times, you were
right by my side; and I just want to say thank you for not leaving me when
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know what to say and just
how to say it. From the old
standard lines to ones that
have been situationally
personalized, there is not
a child alive that has not
at one time or another had
a momismm" dropped on
him. What is ironic is that
most of those one-liners,
distributed throughout
childhood are not truly
understood until the child
has children of their own.
There are momisms
that every child has heard,
in every language around
the world. Some things
don't change, the way a
mother has of not only
knowing what junior is up
to in the other room but,
also, which patent phrase
to use to get him to stop
doing it. Here are a few
sure to trigger those hap-
py memories of Mom, us-
ing her offspring's full
name, as she shouted her
wisdom from the front
room, front seat, or front
yard.

On pets...
"Will you please leave
that poor creature alone!"
"Who's going to end
up walking, bathing and
feeding it?"
"I told you to LOCK
THE CAGE!!!"

On finances...
"Money doesn't grow
on trees!"
"What do you think,
that I'm made out of mon-
ey?"
"Do you think we own
stock in the electric com-
pany?"
"It's just as easy to


marry a rich man as a
poor one."

On looks...
"Don't make that face
or it'll freeze that way."
"Pretty is as pretty
does."
"Always act as pretty
as you look."
"Don't judge a book by
its' cover."
"Someday your face is
going to stick that way."
"Pick up your bottom
lip before you trip over it."
"Don't look at me in
that tone of voice!"

On safety...
"Get that thing out of
your mouth (or nose, or
ear, or...)
" Be careful or you'll
put your eye out!"
'Always change your
underwear, you never
know when you'll be in an
accident."
"What if everyone
jumped off a cliff, would
you too?"
"Be careful what you
wish for, it just might
come true." .

On Nutrition...
"Don't eat those,
they'll stunt your
growth."
"You've eaten so much
sugar your teeth are going
to rot out of your head!"
"If you don't eat those
it'll stunt your growth."
"You had it before and
LOVED it."
"Finish your plate,
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On just rewards...
"If you fall out of that
tree after I've told you a
hundred times to come
down, don't come crying
to me."
"Just wait until your
father gets home!"
"What's meant to be is
meant to be."
"This is why we don't
have any nice things."
"You're going to have
a child just like you."
"It doesn't matter
what you do, I'll always
love you."

On being Mom...
"I have eyes in the
back of my head, that's
how."
"I was your age too,
once."
"Because I said so."
"Just wait 'til you
have kids of your own."
"Until you turn 18 I
am the boss of you."
"I brought you into
this world, and I can take
you right back out!"

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there who thought their
children didn't care, see!
They were listening.
Thank you for the face
you've taught your chil-
dren to wear, for it is the
one used to face the world
today Happy Mothers Day
to all. May every day be a
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("Now you're a
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"Pretty is as
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A NEWBORN'S CONVERSATION

WITH GOD
A baby asked God,
'They tell me you are send-
ing me to earth tomorrow,
but how am I going to live "
there being so small and
helpless?' God said, 'Your
angel will be waiting for
you and will take care of
you.'
The child further in-
quired, 'But tell me, here in
heaven I don't have to do
anything but sing .and
smile to be happy' God
said, 'Your angel will sing
for you and will also smile
for you. And you will feel
your angel's love and be
very happy'
Again the child asked,
'And how am I going to be
T able to understand when
I --,' . people talk to me if I don't
" 4 A4V A Mi " know the language?" God
said, "Your angel will tell
S' 'you the most beautiful and
sweet words you will ever
hear, and with much pa-
tience and care, your angel
will teach you how to
speak."
'And what am I going
to do when I want to talk to
you?" God said, "Your an-
gel will place your hands
together and will teach you
how to pray"
"Who will protect
me?"God said, "Your angel
will defend you even if it
means risking its life."
"But I will always be
sad because I will not see
you anymore." God said,
"Your angel will always
talk to you about Me and
will teach you the way to
come back to Me, even
though I will always be
next to you.!"
At that moment there
was much peace in Heaven,
but voices from Earth
could be heard and the
child hurriedly asked,
"God, if I am to leave now,
please tell me my angel's
name."
God said, "You will
simply call her, "Mom."
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NFCC Baseball Ends Season At #10 In State


North Florida Community College's Men's Sentinel Baseball team
ended the season at #10 in the Baseball Coaches' Poll of the Florida
Community College Activities Association (FCCAA), according to Dr.
James "Jeb" Blackburn, FCCAA Executive Director.
The FCCAA released its final coaches' poll April 29 for the 2008 sea-
son. Although NFCC did not make the play-offs, it will be listed in the
record books as tying at #10 for the season with Palm Beach Commu-
nity College.
Community college coaches from throughout the state of Florida
decide who will be in the Top 10 each week during the playing season
by their votes.
NFCC has consistently been in the Top 10 for the last half of the
2008 season, ending with a 33-13 record.
FCCAA Baseball Coaches' Poll April 29, 2008 The final 2008
FCCAA Baseball Coaches' Poll, with number of first-place votes in
parentheses, final 2008 regular season record, previous ranking and to-
tal points in voting by FCCAA baseball coaches.


Warriors

Fall To

Mayo,

Melody

Christian
FRAN HUNT
Monticello News
Staff Writer
The Warriors dropped
the final two games of the
regular baseball season,
to wrap it up; 15-8-1.
Mayo dropped Aucil-
la, 10-6, Thursday, April
17, at North Florida Com-
munity College.
Leading batters in-
cluded Elliot Lewis, who
went two for four; Casey
Wheeler, two for three;
and Matt Bishop, and
Clark Christy, each had
one hit.
In the final game of
the season, the Melody
Christian squeaked by
AtA 5-4.
Leading hitters in-
cluded, Wheeler and Rob
Searcy Both went two
for four; and Bishop,
Stephen Dollar, Lewis,
and Trent Roberts, each
had one hit.


Rank
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10t.
10t.


Team
Pensacola
Miami Dade
St. Petersburg
Seminole
Chipola
Manatee
Broward
Lake City
Palm Beach
North Florida
Santa Fe


Record
(13) 41-6
42-10
36-17
34-16
39-12-1
37-14
31-16
31-19
36-16
33-13
27-19


Pvs
1
3
2
4
5
' 7
8
9
6
10


For more information, contact NFCC College Advancement, 850-
973-1653 or email news@nfcc.edu.


NFCC Defeats TCC In Last

Game Between The Two Teams

Intercollegiate athletic programs at NFCC will be discontinued

next year due to budget cuts statewide


In what may be the last
time the North Florida
Community College Sen-
tinels will play the Talla-
hassee Community Col-
lege Eagles, NFCC defeat-
ed TCC 6-5.
The night before the
last of two games between
NFCC and TCC, the NFCC
Board of Trustees reluc-
tantly voted affirmatively
in a difficult decision to
discontinue intercolle-
giate athletic programs at
NFCC for the 2008-09
school year in anticipation
of statewide budget reduc-
tions that are touching
every area of education in
Florida.
The Sentinels met
Chipola College in Mari-
anna April 18 before re-
turning home to play
Chipola a last time April
19 'in' its last regularly
scheduled game of the sea-
son. That game will begin
at 2 p.m. on the NFCC cam-
pus in Madison, Fla. It will
also be the last regularly
scheduled game ever for
the current NFCC baseball
team to play together.
In the TCC game, the


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NFCC's #25 Robert D. Net-
tl es / Northside
HS/Warner Robins, Ga.
NFCC's #19 Michael W.
Meschke/Alan C. Pope
HS/Marietta, Ga. hit a
home run during the
game, according to NFCC
Athletic Director/Head
Baseball Coach Dr. Steve
Givens.
NFCC is now 32-14 (9-8)
for the season, Dr. Given
said. NFCC is ranked in
the Top 10 of statewide
community college base-
ball teams.
"It was an agonizing
decision, but the College
had no other option given
the budget reductions we
are facing," NFCC Presi-
dent Morris G. Steen, Jr.
said in a communication
to the,'NFCC campus fol-
lowing the board action.
Administrators antici-
pate a revenue reduction
of more than $590,000 next
year. The athletic budget
was $473,773 of NFCC's
$8.9 million total budget
for 2007-2008.
In remarks to the
board, Steen said, "I was
here in 1960 when the first
athletic teams were estab-
lished, so I, more than
most, have a deep appreci-
ation of athletics. It
breaks my heart to be here
at the closing of the pro-
grams."
Steen is retiring this
year.
Adrian Dorsey is the
assistant coach for the
team.
The 2007-08 NFCC Sentinel


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Baseball team members
are follows:
#23 Benjamin J. Adel-
b g/Lawton Chiles
H37Tallahassee, Fla.
#11 Aziel S.
Shea/Summit Christian
HS/West Palm Beach, Fla.
#21 Matthew J.
Jamieson/Campbell
HS/Smyrna, Ga.
#2 Ryan L. Dan-
bury/ Valdosta
HS/Valdosta, Ga.
#8 Brandon L. Zim-
merman/Forsyth Central
HS/Cummings, Ga.
#6 Walter L. My-
ers/Prattville
HS/Prattville, Ala.
#26 Rodney D.
Williamson/Ridgeview
HS/Orange Park, Fla.
#5 Steven M. Rosa-
do/Alan C. Pope,
HS/Marietta, Ga. -
#20 Jeremy E.
Slutzky/Wheeler
HS/Marietta, Ga.
#25 Robert D. Net-
tl es / Northside
HS/Warner Robins, Ga.
#19 Michael W.
Meschke/Alan C. Pope


HS/Marietta, Ga.
#24 Chad M.
Ritch/Haines City Senior
HS/Haines City, Fla.,
#13 Brian D. Cran-
gle/University
HS/Orlando, Fla.
#10 Cody A. Scul-
ly/North Marion
HS/Citra, Fla.
#22 Mark E. Bern-
hardt/Immaculata
HS/Somerville, N.J.
#12 William S.
Waller/Baldwin Middle-
Senior HS/Baldwin, Fla.
#15 Juan A.
Perez/University
HS/Orlando, Fla.
#16 Jordan M.
Davis/Eau Gallie
HS/Melbourne, Fla.
#7 Antonio S.
Clark/Mandarin
HS/Jacksonville, Fla.
.- #18- Chad C.
Burns/Charlotte
HS/Punta Gorda, Fla.
'#4 Brant D. Hamil-
ton/ Glenwood
School/Phenix, Ala.
#1 Anthony R.
Green/North Cobb
HS/Kennesaw, Ga.


Joe Striplin Football Camp Set At
Aucilla Christian Academy
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Joe Striplin, head football coach at Aucilla Christian
A dlemy, will host the Joe Striplin Football Camp for
bM, and girls from first grade through sixth grade on
June 16-June 20 at the ACA campus in Jefferson County
Join the Warrior football staff, selected varsity play-
ers and a special guest for the annual camp.
Striplin said the camp would help to strengthen
young players in five areas of the game:
Discipline - teaching them to become coachable players
Teamwork - Showing each player how to do his/her
part to be successful
Fundamentals - Blocking, tackling, receiving, man
coverage, ball running and more
Running program - The camp will feature the Aucilla
football team's running program
Competition - The camp will provide a competitive at-
mosphere and feature a punt/pass/kick competition
Cost for the camp is $75 and will include a camp t-shirt.
Children's parents must give their consent for their
child to participate in the Joe Striplin football camp and
provide insurance information.
For more information, please call 850-997-3597.


Warriors

End Season,

Splitting

Last

Two

Games

FRAN HUNT
Monticello News
Staff Writer
Two Caseys at bat re-
sulted in the Aucilla
Christian Academy var-
sity Warriors pulling out
a 7-6 win in the Regional
quarterfinals, April 29,
against St. Francis
Catholic of Gainesville.
Coach Ray Hughes
said that the Warriors
were lagging behind 3-6
in the bottom of the sev-
enth inning when Elliot
Lewis pulled off a base
hit, and Stephen Dollar
and Matt Bishop were
each given walks to load
the bases.
Casey Anderson
came in to bat and
ripped a two-run double
bringing home Lewis
and Dollar. Casey Wheel-
er then came to the
plate and slammed a
two-run double to bring
home Bishop and Ander-
son for the win.
During the game, El-
liot went two for four;
Anderson, two for four
with two doubles; and
Marcus Roberts, Wheel-
er, Clark Christy and
Rob Searcy, each had one
hit.
Dollar was named
the winning pitcher. He
gave up one run, two
hits, no walks, and
struck out three.
The results were not
as good when the War-
riors faced off against
Eagle's View of Jack-
sonvilie, Friday, May 2,
when Aucilla was defeat-
ed 18-5.
Hughes said that Ea-
gle's View is the number
one team in the state
and they are really pow-
erful hitters. "We have
played
Eagle's View four times
in the past five years,
and five runs is the most
we've ever gotten
against them," said
Hughes.
At the plate, Lewis
went three for three;
Bishop ripped a two-run
home run; and Ander-
son and Searcy each had
one hit.
Though the War-
riors wind up the season
18-9-1, Hughes said they
have had a very good
year.


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With summer just around the corner, *-
and more sunny days to spend outdoors, it is
inevitable that Madison residents will soon
be encountering summertime pests. Whether
the smarting comes from a bite or a sting, re-
lief can be as close as the spice rack, bathroom
cabinet, or even in the front yard. Many things
most consider staple household items have med-
icinal properties that can take the sting out of
stingers.
Besides using natural repellents, foregoing scented
products such as colognes and perfumes, and avoiding
the outdoors after heavy exercise, seeing as though
most blood sucking critters are attracted to not only
carbon dioxide but perspiration as well, there are not a
lot of ways to avoid bug bites. There are however, a


Sting ut

I number of ways that a person can take the
burn out of the bite. Things as common
as toothpaste and Tums can be an out-.,
doorsman's best friend when it
comes to the bugs that bite.
For relief from the pain .
and swelling of a bug bite or V
\sting, dampen a Tums or a Rolaids/
and rub it on the insect bite site
or sting for almost instant re-
lief. Don't have an antacid
handy? Don't panic; meat ten-
derizer or regular flavored toothpaste does the trick
and will immediately relieve the itching. Fresh
crushed parsley or a freshly cut onion also do the trick
when applied directly to an insect bite or sting or in a
pinch try a paste of table salt mixed with water.
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// editions that can come in handy during the
battle against bugs. Try planting Penny-
royal and garlic, which both, given in
small doses, are safe in the prevention of
[fleas.
"Marigolds are a favorite," said Wally
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and they form a bug barrier of sorts. That is
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Alligator
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Gommission (E.WG,) will .
begin selling approxi-
mately 4,500 alli-
gator harvest
permits on
a 'first-'
come,
'first-
seiv-
e d
basis
at 10
a .m . til allay
(EDT) Ap
June 3 and option
will contin-' county
ue through fice, 1:
11:59 p.m. outlet
(EDT) June 9. and fi:
During this at My]
period, each person will Th
be limited to one permit, harvest
which allows the take of purcha
two alligators. If there free I
are any remaining per- huntii
mits available after this cense
period, permit sales will instru
reopen at 10 a.m. (EDT) MyFW
,Tune 10. and continue un-. To


are sold.
applicants have the
of applying at any
y tax collector's of-
icense agent (retail
that sells hunting
shing licenses), and
FWC.com/license.
iis year, alligator
st permits cannot be
ased using the tbll-
)hone number for
ng and fishing li-
sales. Application
actions are online at
rC.com/gators.
obtain a permit, ap-


plicants must submit
payment for an alligator
trapping license and two
alligator-hide validation
tags, or provide proof of a
valid alligator trapping li-
cense (must be valid
through Nov. 1) plus pay
the fee for the two hide-
validation tags. No other
hunting licenses are re-
quired.
The cost for a resident
alligator trapping license
and hide-validation tag is
$271.50, and non-residents
pay $1,021.50. The cost for
each additional alligator
hunting permit is $61.50
regardless of residency.
All fees are nonrefund-
able. Any hunter who
takes an alligator must
complete and send in an
Alligator Harvest Report
Form. The information
gathered from these forms
enables FWC biologists to


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monitor alligator popula-'
tion, trends and impacts, of
-< nthe ,anAvest.al
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An alligator trap-
ping agent license is
also available for
$51.50, which enables
the license holder to as-
sist a trapper in taking
alligators, but only in the
presence of the permit-
ted trapper. All persons
seeking a harvest permit
must be at least 18 years
of age by Aug. 15.
The alligator hunting
season will run 11 con-
secutive weeks from Aug.
15 through Nov. 1.
To educate partici-
pants on the rules and
regulations of the
hunts, the FWC offers a
no-cost, three-hour
training and orientation
program, which is held
at various locations
throughout the state.
Permit recipients are
not required to attend,
but first-time partici-
pants are strongly en-
couraged to do so.
Courses will be offered


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packages' listing dates%
and locations.


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volved in these exciting
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1, 2 & 3 BR HC & non-HC acces-
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The Board of Directors for the
Madison County Chamber of
Commerce is now accepting
applications for the position of
Executive Director. Applicants
should be experienced in
business management, new
business and event development,
publishing, tourism promotion
and should possess excellent
communication skills. Please
send resume' with salary
requirements to Madison
County Chamber of Commerce,
Attn: Ray Griffin, 177 S. Horry
Avenue, Madison, FL 32340.
Deadline for applications is
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agement experience in food ser-
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required. CDM/CFSP preferred
but not required.


NT FT / PT LPN direct long-term
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experience a plus but not re-
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fire hydrant, and service from
two power companies.
Property has easy access to
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Will build to suit tenant.

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life, disability, savings, AFLAC
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facilities.
EOE: Drug Free Workplace,
Criminal background checks
required. Apply in person at
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p.m., Carter Village Hall, 10680
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access to onsite daycare and fit-
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Summer Program
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2 Positions - PT Seasonal for the
Summer

Group lead / facilitator position
* to oversee elementary school
age children during summer
program, including planning,
organizing, and implementing
daily activities for group
participants. Experience with
-elementary school-age children
in group setting strongly
desired. CDA not required.
Camp group assistant to assist
the group lead position in daily
activities. Experience with
elementary school age children
in group setting preferred. CDA
not required.
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EOE / Drug Free Workplace /
Criminal background checks re-
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work well under pressure and
maintain a team player relation-
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and/or education in this field pre-
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FORECLOSURE AND
OTHER RELIEF


NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE
PURSUANT TO SECTION 45.031(). FLORIDA STATUTES
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN;
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure en-
tered on April 24, 2008, in the above styled action, I, Tim Sanders, Clerk of the Court,
will sell at public sale the following described real property:
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN SECTION 1, TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, RANGE 10
EAST, MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DE-
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE
NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTEROF SAID SECTION 1
AND RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES 06 MINUTES 49 SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE
OF 3,273.86 FEET; THENCE NORTH 90 DEGREES 00 MINUTES 00 SECONDS
WEST, A DISTANCE OF 2,194.58 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, FROM
SAID POINT OF BEGINNING CONTINUE NORTH 90 DEGREES 00 MINUTESOO
SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF 47U.22 FEET; THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES
26 MINUTES 55 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 645.79 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 89 DEGREES 41 MINUTES 13 SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF 343.85
FEET; THENCE NORTH 51 DEGREES 56 MINUTES 54 SECONDS EAST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 41.96 FEET TO THE EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY OF NE HICKORY
GROVE ROAD; THENCE ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY OF THE FOLLOWING
COURSE: NORTH 79 DEGREES 54 MINUTES 46 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE
OF 42.65 FEET; THENCE NORTH 51 DEGREES 56 MINUTES 54 SECONDS EAST,
A DISTANCE OF 536.21 FEET; THENCE LEAVING SAID RIGHT OF WAY RUN
SOUTH 38 DEGREES 03 MINUTES 06 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 513.42
FEET; THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 26 MINUTES 55 SECONDS WEST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 603.45 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING CONTAINING 10.08
ACRES, MORE OR LESS.
ALL LOCATED IN MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
The sale will be held.on May 28, 2008, at 11:00 a.m., to the highest and best bid-
der for cash, at the West door of the Madison County Courthouse in Madison, Florida,
in accordance with Section 45.031, Florida Statutes.
Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than
the owner of the above-described property as of the date of the lis pendens must file a
claim within 60 days after the sale.
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 cer-
tain assistance. Please contact Sondra Williams, Court Administrator, Post Office Box
1569, Lake City, Florida 32056, telephone:(386) 75S-2163, within 2 working days of
your receipt of this notice; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711.
Dated: April 29, 2008
Tim Sanders
As Clerk of the Court
BY: /s/ Ramona Dickinson
As Deputy Clerk
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 2008-62-CA
WILLIAM L. SULLIVAN
Post Office Box 729
Madison, Florida 32MI
Plaintiff,


Husband,
and
CORNELIA STRICKLAND,
Wife,
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Case No.: 2008-239-DR


NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: CORNELIA STRICKLAND
Warbrunner Street 27
Nuremburg, Germany 90473
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed against you and that you are *
required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on E. BAILEY BROWN-
ING III, Attorney For Husband, whose address is:
E. Bailey Browning III
P.O. Drawer 652
Madison, Florida, 32341
on or before June 13, 2008, and file the original with the clerk of this Court at:
Madison County Clerk of Court
P.O. Box 237
Madison, Florida, 32341
before service on Husband or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may
be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are available at the Clerk
of the Circuit Court's office. You may review these documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office notified of your current address.
(You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Family Law Form 12.915.) Future pa-
pers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain au-
tomatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply. can result in sanc-
tions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings.


Dated: May 6. 2008.


HON. TIM SANDERS
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT


By: /s/ Ramona Dickinson
Deputy Clerk
05/09/2008. 05/16/2008. 05/23/2008 and 05/30/2008




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IN THI CIRCUIT COURT F-OR MlDIS;ON COLINTN,
FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF


LARRY DONNIEL UPSHAW


File No. 2008.32


NOTICE
The Madison Soil and Water Conservation District announces a public meeting on
May 19, 2008 at 8:15 a.m. in the USDA-NRCS office at 1416 US 90 E. Madison, FL
32340.
The Public is invited!
5/9/08

NOTICE OF BID
Madison County, Florida will receive sealed bids on the following surplus property:
One 1991 Ford, One Ton, Four (4) Door, Crew Cab Truck with Steel Flat Bed
The truck may be inspected at the Sirmans Volunteer Fire Department, located at 112
SW Okaloo Way (one block west of US 221) in Sirmans or for more information call
Mr. George Blevins at (850) 948-2119.
Sealed bids, marked "Truck", must be submitted to: Tim Sanders, Clerk of the Circuit
Court, Madison County Courthouse, Room 101, 125 SW Range Avenue, Madison,
Florida 32340 or P. 0. Box 237, Madison, FL 32341-0237, no later than 5:00 P.M.,
SThursday, May 29, 2008. Bids will be opened Friday, May 30, 2008, and the successful
Bidder will be notified.
Madison County reserves the right to accept or refuse all bids.
S5/09. 5/14


The District School Board of Madison County, Florida, will hold a public hearing on
Tuesday, June 17, 2008, at 6:00 p.m. The meeting will be held in the School Board
Meeting Room of the Superintendent's Office, 210 NE Duval Ave. Madison, Florida.
New Board Policy-
5.021 Reporting of Foreign Students on F-1 Visas
6.321 Cellular Phones and Other Data Services
The proposed document may be viewed at the School Board Office, 210 NE Duval Ave,
Madison, Florida.
Statutory Authority: 1001.41, 1001.42
I IF A PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD,
WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THIS MEETING OR
HEARING, HE/SHE WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND FOR
SUCH PURPOSE, HE/SHE MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM
RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE
TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.
5/9/2008

NOTICE:
The District School Board of Madison County, Florida, will hold a public hearing on
Tuesday, June 17, 2008, at 6:00 p.m. The meeting will be held in the School Board
Meeting Room of the Superintendent's Office, 210 NE Duval Ave. Madison, Florida.
Code of Student Conduct
The proposed document may be viewed at the School Board Office, 210 NE Duval Ave,
Madison, Florida.
Statutory Authority: 1001.41, 1001.42
IF A PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD,
WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THIS MEETING OR
HEARING, HE/SHE WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND FOR
SUCH PURPOSE, HE/SHE MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM
RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE
TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.
5/9/2008


IN THE CIRCl'IT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, p
IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
WILLIAM HENRY STRICKLAND


Attorney for Personal Representative:
Katherine B. Schnauss Naugle
Attorney for Johnnie Mac Upshaw
Florida Bar No, 514381
League & Naugle, P.L.
3955 Riverside Avenue, Suite 100
Jacksonville, FL 32205
Telephone: (904) 483-3830
Fax: (904) 425-4989


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nie Mae Upshaw
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5/2/08, 5/9/08


NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the ordinance, whose title hereinafter appears, will
be considered for enactment by the Board of County Commissioners of Madison Coun-
ty, Florida, at a public hearing on May 21, 2008 at 5:30 p.m. or as soon thereafter as
the matter can be heard, in the Board Room, Courthouse Annex, located at 229 South-
west Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida. Copies of said ordinance may be inspected by
any member of the public at the Office of the County Coordinator, Courthouse Annex,
229 Southwest Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida, during regular business hours. On
the date, time and place first above mentioned, all interested persons may appear and
be heard with respect to the ordinance.
AN ORDINANCE OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE MADI-
SON COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE, AS AMENDED; PURSUANT TO
AN APPLICATION, LDC 08-1, BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS;
PROVIDING FOR AMENDING SECTION 4.4.H.h, ENTITLED LAND USE DIS-
TRICT REQUIREMENTS, HIGHWAY INTERCHANGE, SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS
BY ADDING FACILITIES FOR STORAGE AND DISTRIBUTION OF PRODUCTS
INCLUDING WHOLESALE ACTIVITY AS A SPECIAL EXCEPTION USE WITH-
IN THE HIGHWAY, INTERCHANGE (HI) LAND USE DISTRICT; REPEALING
ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
The public hearing may be continued to one or more future dates.
Any interested party shall be advised that the date, time and place of any continuation
of the public hearing shall be announced during the public hearing and that no further
notice concerning the matter will be published.
All persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any decision made at the public
., illnel .,re'ggrof,0 proceedings and, for such purpose, they may
need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is mae, which record jin
cludes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
5/9/08 '


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Division CP
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of Larry Donniel Upshaw, deceased; whose date
of death was August 8,2007, is pending in the Circuit Court for Madison County, Flori-
da. Probate Division, the address of which is 125 S.W. Range Avenue, Madison, Flori-
da 32341-0237. The names and addresses of the personal representative and the per-
sonal representative's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL
CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED 1 WO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.


vs.
MARIE N. JEANTY
22721 SW 65th Way
Boca Raton, Florida 33428,
Defendant.


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