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Madison County An azalea adorns the area near the fence in my yard. Bursting forth with a vivid display of color, the azalea uplifts my soul with her beauty. The drive from my house to work is one of wondrous beauty and I take the road, which is usually not taken. I plug my cell phone into my cars auxiliary jack and listen through the car stereos speakers to a friend singing On Top of the World by the Carpenters. The song segues into a song by Jason Gray that my friend has recorded especially for me, entitled Good to Be Alive. Those of you who know my story about my battle to stay alive a little over a year ago will appreciate that song and the fact that Jesus Christ pulled me through and healed me. Its hard to feel blue when such uplifting songs blare through your cars speakers. The scenery, the music and the happy emotions all joined in harmony to create a sense of happiness, security and belonging. I love spring, but we have to remember that it is a season, and that God gave us seasons for change in our world and in our lives. Every day, will not be beautiful for traveling. Every song heard through the speakers in the car will not be On Top of the World, sang by your friend. Every day, you will not feel that its good to be alive. The great thing is that God is there through each season. He is there every step of the way, whether it be with birds singing and azaleas proudly showing off, wearing their spring dresses, and He is there when the tiny seed that produce a rose bush lies beneath the icy ground. Lets enjoy spring and all its wonderful colors and weather while we can. Its a time of renewal and a gift from God, wrapped in a pretty package that we can open daily for a short while. Lets tear the paper off the gift. Viewpoints & Opinions2Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 12, 2013 The MadisonEnterprise-Recorder PublisherEmerald GreeneEditorJacob BembryStaff WritersKristin Finney, Lynette NorrisGraphic DesignersAmanda Rodriguez, Steven GodfreyAdvertising Sales RepresentativesMary Ellen Greene, Jeanette Dunn, Shelly SmithClassified and Legal AdsCheltsie KinsleyDeadline for classieds is Monday at 3 p.m.Deadline for legal advertisements is Wednesday at 5 p.m. There will be a $3 charge for affidavits.Circulation DepartmentSheree MillerSubscription Rates:In-County $35 Out-of-County $45 E-Edition $25 ($5 add on to existing subscription) (State & local taxes included)Since 1865 -Telling it like it is with honesty and integrity.The Madison The Madison Enterprise-Recorder Enterprise-RecorderMadison Recorder established 1865 New Enterprise established 1901 Consolidated June 25, 1908 Published weekly by Greene Publishing Inc., 1695 S SR 53, Madison, FL 32340. 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Box 772 Madison, FL 32341 1695 South SR 53 Madison, FL 32340 (850) 973-4141 Fax: (850) 973-4121 firstname.lastname@example.org www.greenepublishing.com Jacobs LadderJacob BembryColumnistIts Good To Be Alive It happened this week, the first call of the season to check a pressure canning gauge, so it wont be too long before gardens will be overflowing with fresh vegetables, followed by summer fruits ready for picking. Whether you prefer canning, freezing, making pickles or jellies, preserving the summers bounty is easier than you think. Any food preservation method, done correctly, can help you store good quality food for use all year long. Home canning has changed greatly since it was introduced more than 170 years ago. Changes arising from scientific research and new technologies have resulted in safer, higher quality products. USDA is always researching preservation procedures and making new recommendations. In recent years, guidelines have been issued for making and preserving salsas because of their popularity. Pressure canning vegetables and other low acid foods like meat, fish and poultry are still the only safe canning method. We know grandmother boiled her beans for hours, but you cant kill botulism spores at 212F and that is the highest temperature you are going to get if you boil a pot all day long. Pressure canners raise the temperature inside the jars to 240F, a temperature high enough, over a period of time it will destroy botulism spores. The recommended time is different for each food and jar size. If you have a pressure canner with a gauge, it needs to be tested each year for accuracy before you begin any canning. We have a gauge tester at the Extension office, so please call and make an appointment for testing. If you call in advance, we can have the tester ready, and it will only take a few minutes to determine the accuracy of your gauge. Fruit and tomatoes are considered acidic foods and can be processed in a water bath canner. You still need to follow USDA recommendations to be sure you are using safe procedures and process foods for the correct time. If freezing food is your preference, it can be a faster preservation method than canning. It is however, more costly when you consider running a freezer year round. The extreme cold simply retards the growth of microorganisms and slows down the chemical changes that affect the quality and causes food to spoil. The amount of food you freeze is limited by freezer space. If you only have a refrigerator and freezer combination, you are very limited and may only freeze a small amount of your favorite fruit or vegetable. If you have a chest or upright freezer, it runs more efficiently if it is at least full. Use food continuously from the freezer and replace it with other food. The faster the turnover, the lower the operating cost per pound of frozen food. Jelly and pickles require time, patience and a quality recipe. Too many things can go wrong that result in a less desirable product or even spoilage. With all preservation, it is important to get USDA tested directions from a reliable preservation source and dont take short cuts. The Madison County Extension office will be holding a food preservation workshop on April 23 starting at 10 a.m. Call our office at 973-4138 to register. Learn the basics of accurate food preservation for canning and freezing food. We will share complete and accurate instructions for all food preservation procedures as well as USDA tested recipes. The University of Florida Extension/IFAS Extension Madison County is an Equal Opportunity Institution. Its Easy To Preserve Madison County Extension ServiceDiann DouglasGuest Columnist Information in the Jail Report is provided to Greene Publishing, Inc., by the Madison County Sheriffs Office. All people are considered innocent until proven guilty. Questions about people identified in the report should be directed to the MCSO at (850) 973-4001.Jail Report Name: ____________________ ____________________ Address: ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ City: ____________________ State: ____________________ Zip: ____________________ Phone: ____________________ Renewal: Yes No In or Out of County: In Out $35In-County $45Out-of-County Whats Going OnAround Town?Find Out With A Subscription to theMadison County Carrier& EnterpriseRecorder Visit Us Online:www.GreenePublishing.com 4/4 Dexter Antond Richardson-Possession of More than 20 grams of Marijuana Chadrick Shantel Fleno-Driving with a Suspended License Shanekka N. EarlResisting without Violence 4/5 Robert Lee Easter-Violation of Probation (Circuit), Burglary of an Occupied Structure, Criminal Mischief Willie Morris Jr.-Violation of Probation (County) Cone Alan Webb-Out of County warrant Allen Alphonzo Ganzy-Violation of Probation Oterrian Travon McDaniel-Battery 4/6 Rhonda Lavern Crump-Conspiracy to Manufacture Meth, Paraphernalia Keri Angelyna ExlerConspiracy to Manufacture Meth, Paraphernalia Robert Turner PhillipsConspiracy to Manufacture Meth, Paraphernalia, Writ of Bodily Attachment Michael Danel WilliamsPossession of More than 20 grams of Marijuana, Fleeing, Resisting without Violence John Sidney ClarkPossession of More than 20 grams of Marijuana, Unlawful Possession of Credit Card Antravius Lavell Spires-Possession of Crack Cocaine with Intent to Sell, Selling Crack Cocaine within 1000 feet of a Church Kelvin Levon Washington-Possession of Marijuana Over 20 Grams 4/7 Hector Rodriguez-Grand Theft 3rd Degree John Sidney Clark-Unlawful Possession of a Credit Card Andrea Rashlel Miller-Disorderly Conduct 4/8 Perez Ramirez-No Drivers License Jason Armand Russo-Repeatedly Driving without a License (Habitual Traffic Offense) Chad Michael Kinsey-Criminal Registration Only Sherry Lynn Roland-Criminal Registration Only Michael Wayne Mosher-Criminal Registration Only Elizabeth Ann Berry-Criminal Registration Cynthia Denise McQuay-Disorderly Conduct Travis Lavonte Solomon-Improper Exhibition of a Firearm, Discharging a Firearm in Public Were Online! 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Around Madison County4Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 12, 2013 Obituaries Elder Simp Clemons, Jr., 83, of Greenville, went Home to be with the Lord on Wednesday, April 3, 2013. Services are 11 a.m. Saturday at New Zion Missionary Baptist Church, Greenville, with burial in the Church Cemetery. Viewing-visitation is Friday 3-7:30 p.m. at TILLMAN OF MONTICELLO 850-997-5553. A lifelong Greenville resident, Elder Clemons was a retired maintenance engineer for Florida Plywood. He was an ordained elder in the Refuge Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Cherishing his love and memory are his devoted wife of 63 years, Mother Alease Alexander Clemons; son, Carroll Keith Clemons; daughter, Chiquita Clemons; sister, Amanda Rivers; grandchildren, Tonja, Zachary (Demetris), Gregory and Alphonso Clemons and Bernard White; daughters-in-law, Cheryl and Veronica Clemons; sisters-in-law, Annie Williams and Janie Clemons and a host of great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. He was predeceased by his sons, Willie and Gardell; parents, Simp Sr. and Ruby Greenwood Clemons; siblings, Theodore Clemons, Perlean Dixon and Kay Bertha Evans.Elder Simp Clemons, Jr.Louise Harris Pulliam, age 90, passed away on Wednesday, April 10, 2013 after a lengthy illness at Big Bend Hospice House in Tallahassee. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, April 13, 2013 at Unity Baptist Church in Hanson, with burial to follow in Barbara Memorial Cemetery. Visitation will be held at the church from 10 a.m. until service time. She was born on June 13, 1922 in Lowndes County, Ga., but lived most of her life in Madison County. She married Wilbur Pulliam, Sr. in December of 1940 until his death in February 2011. She was preceded in death by her parents, Doc Lundy Harris and Bertie Harris; her brothers, James Harris (Geneva) and Brinson Harris (Maxine); daughter-in-law, Evelyn Pulliam; and brother-in-law, Mona D. Steward. She is survived by her son Wilbur Pulliam Jr. and one grandson David Pulliam, both of Madison; her sister, Lucile Steward of Clyattville, Ga,; and one brother-in-law, Jim (Laura) Pulliam of Madison; and numerous extended family members. She was a Christian and a faithful member of Unity Baptist Church. She regularly attended services and helped out with events at church as long as she was physically able to do so. Though owers will be accepted, please feel free to make a donation to Unity Baptist Church, the church of your choice, Big Bend Hospice, or to Gideons International instead. Beggs Funeral Home, Madison Chapel (850) 973-2258, is in charge of the arrangements. Louise Harris PulliamGeorge Alton SowellGeorge Alton Sowell, 74, of Valdosta, Ga., died Tuesday, April 9, 2013 at his home. He was born in Madison on November 15, 1938 to the late Woodrow Wilson Sowell and Toinette Youmans Sowell. Mr. Sowell was a surveyor with National Geodetic Surveying. Survivors include his wife, Sharon Gearhart Sowell of Blueeld, W. Va.; his daughter and son in law, Stacie and Jimmy Parrish of Valdosta, Ga.; his son, Joseph W. Sowell of Alamogordo, N.M.; his grandchildren, Hunter Parrish, Morgan Parrish, both of Valdosta, Ga., and Angela (Todd) Gwaltney of England; mother of his children, Ann Ramsby of Valdosta, Ga.; his sister, Lounette Hall of Valdosta, Ga.; brothers-andsister in law, Richard and Dale Sowell of Madison, Tony Sowell and Sandra Babcock of North Carolina, special niece and caretaker, Ann Guess of Valdosta, Ga.; numerous other nieces and nephews; his aunt, Gereline Flowers of Quitman, Ga.; his uncle, Waldo Yeomans of Plant City; and special friends, David Crockett, Ronnie Taylor, Dan Frazier, Max Mikey McCready. He was preceded in death by a brother, J. W. Sowell, and brother in law, Junior Hall. Memorial graveside services will be held at 3 p.m., Friday, April 12, 2013, at Columbia Cemetery in Brooks County, Ga., with Rev. Jay Watkins ofciating. Condolences to the family may be conveyed online at www.mclanecares.com. Carson McLane Funeral Home. We wish to express our gratitude for all the prayers, food, cards, phone calls, owers, and visits during the passing of our Mama-Granny-GreatGranny. Your thoughtfulness was greatly appreciated. The Family of Geneva Mae Pulliam HarrisThank You!
Around Madison CountyMadison Enterprise-Recorder 5 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 12, 2013Story Submitted 14,623 The number of women serving their communities through the National Association of Junior Auxiliaries. 278,315 The number of service hours Junior Auxiliary members worked in their communities in 2011-12. $2,433,822 The amount of money Junior Auxiliaries invested in eight southeastern states in 2011-12. Return on that investment priceless. The hard work goes on year-round, but during the first week of April each year, the Junior Auxiliary of Madison County pauses to say thanks to the community for another great year. A year packed with service to families and children through countless service projects that include everything from the annual Father-Daughter Dance, to working in the county schools, and new projects like the Mother-Son Skeet Shoot. The Junior Auxiliary works in the county schools, throughout the school year, with such projects as teaching third graders the importance of child safety, rewarding fifth graders for outstanding citizenship, teaching the dangers of texting and driving to high schoolers, and practicing healthy habits at the annual Fitness Fair. They also provide opportunities for family bonding with projects like their annual Father-Daughter Dance and Mother-Son Skeet Shoot, as well as frequent trips to the local nursing homes with activities like pet therapy, bingo games, and Christmas Caroling. JA of Madison County has 40 active members who each donate a minimum of 24 hours every year to the Chapters various service projects. This is such an exciting week for us, because it gives us a chance to thank all of the citizens of Madison County for supporting us in this work, and to recognize our wonderful corporate sponsors who finance these projects, Lori Newman-Chapter VP, said. The families and children we serve are so deserving and thankful for this assistance, and none of that would be possible without the support of the entire community. Junior Auxiliary of Madison County is a part of the National Association of Junior Auxiliaries (NAJA), a non-profit organization founded in 1941 with headquarters in Greenville, MS. NAJA has more than 15,000 active, associate, and life members in 100 Chapters in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Tennessee and Texas. The NAJA slogan is Care Today Character Tomorrow. Junior Auxiliary Chapters are working more than ever to provide care to those less fortunate in order to make their tomorrows better.Local Junior Auxiliary Celebrates Service In April Photo submittedBilly Andrews dances with his daughter, Kylie Andrews, during the Junior Auxiliary Father-Daughter Dance. Photo submittedBecky Driggers and her son, Jake, prepare holiday baskets to help the needy. Photo submittedRhonda Gore, Lori Newman and Elizabeth Waring, pictured back row, left to right, are pictured with Payton Davis, who was a JA Gem. Photo submittedJA members who participated in the Jingle Jog include, left to right: Kisha Tolar, Jo Ragans, Michelle Stout, Cathy Rogers, Stacey Newsome, Stefanie Thomas and Michelle Lundy. Photo submittedJA member Shanna Swope participated in the skeet shoot, along with her son, Russ Swope.
By Fran Hunt Special to Greene Publishing, Inc. The Madison County varsity Cowboys faced off against the Aucilla Christian Academy Warriors on April 2, and the Cowboys trotted out with an 11-8 victory. The Cowboys now stand 9-8 on the season. The Warriors outscored the Cowboys, 4-3, in the second inning, and 2-0, in the fourth inning. The Cowboys came back to take the fth inning, 3-2, and then Madison rallied in the sixth inning to bring an additional ve runs across the plate to seal the win. As a team, at the plate, the Cowboys carried a .414 batting average, with 40 plate appearances, 29 at-bats, 11 runs, 12 hits, nine RBIs, three doubles, one homerun, one sacrice y, nine walks, three strikeouts, one hit by pitch, two stolen bases, an on base percentage of .550, and a slugging average of .621. Individually, DJ McKnight had a batting average of .400, with ve plate appearances, ve at-bats, one run, two hits, one RBI, one homerun, one strikeout, one stolen base, an on base percentage of .400, and a slugging average of 1.000. Akevious Williams had a batting average of 1.000, with four plate appearances, two at-bats, three runs, two hits, one RBI, one double, two walks, one stolen base, an on base percentage of 1.000, and a slugging average of 1.500. Wayne Driggers had a batting average of 1.000, with one plate appearance, one at-bat, one hit, and an on base percentage and slugging average of 1.000. Jake Latner had a batting average of .500, with ve plate appearances, two at-bats, one hit, one RBI, three walks, an on base percentage of .800, and a slugging average of .500. Taylor Howell had a batting average of .000, with four plate appearances, three at-bats, one run, one walk, an on base percentage of .250, and a slugging average of .000. Chad Oliver had a batting average of .500, with four plate appearances, four at-bats, one run, two hits, two RBIs, and an on base percentage and a slugging average of .500. Jarrod Burns had a batting average of .000, with ve plate appearances, four at-bats, one RBI, and one sacrice y. Brandon Hammond had a batting average of .000, with one plate appearance, one at-bat, strikeout, and an on base percentage and slugging average of .000. Zack Money had a batting average of .667, with four plate appearances, three at-bats, three runs, two hits, two doubles, one walk, an on base percentage of .750, and a slugging average of 1.333. Patrick Bowen had a batting average of .333, with ve plate appearances, three at-bats, one hit, two RBIs, one walk, one strikeout, one hit by pitch, an on base percentage of .600, and a slugging average of .333. Alex Tyson had a batting average of 1.000, with two plate appearances, one at-bat, two runs, one hit, one RBI, one walk, and an on base percentage and a slugging average of 1.000. On the eld, the Cowboys carried a elding percentage of .926, with 27 total chances, 21 putouts, four assists, and two errors. Oliver had a elding percentage of .500, with four total chances, two putouts, and two errors. Burns had a elding percentage of 1.000, with three total chances, one putout, and two assists. Hammond had a elding percentage of 1.000, with four total chances, two putouts, and two assists. Money had a elding percentage of 1.000, with four total chances, and four putouts. Bowen had a elding percentage of 1.000, with 12 total chances, and 12 putouts. On the mound, the Cowboys had an earned run average of 6.00, with seven innings pitched, six hits, eight runs, six of which were earned, six walks, 12 strikeouts, 33 batters faced, 26 at-bats, a batting average of .231, an on base percentage of .394, one wild pitch, one hit by pitch, and one stolen base on 138 pitches. Howell had an earned run average of 28.000, with one inning pitched, three hits, four runs, all of which were earned, one walk, one strikeout, seven batters faced, ve at-bats, a batting average of .600, an on base percentage of .714, and one hit by pitch, on 25 pitches. Money had an earned run average of 4.67, with three innings pitched, two hits, four runs, two of which were earned, four walks, four strikeouts, 15 batters faced, 11 at-bats, a batting average of .182, an on base percentage of .400, and one stolen base, on 58 pitches. Tyson was credited with the win. He had an earned run average of 0.00, with three innings pitched, one hit, one walk, seven strikeouts, 11 batters faced, 10 at-bats, a batting average of .100, an on base percentage of .182, and one wild pitch, on 55 pitches. On the opposite side of the coin, at the plate, the Warriors had a batting average of .231, with 33 plate appearances, 26 at-bats, eight runs, six hits, six RBIs, two doubles, six walks, 12 strikeouts, one hit by pitch, three elders choice, three stolen bases, an on base percentage of .394, and a slugging average of .308. Individually, Josh Wood had a batting average of .500, with three plate appearances, two at-bats, two runs, one hit, one double, one walk, one strikeout, one stolen base, an on base percentage of .667, and a slugging average of 1.000. Hans Sorensen had a batting average of .000, with three plate appearances, one at-bat, two runs, one walk, one strikeout, one hit by pitch, an on base percentage of .667, and a slugging average of .000. Russell Fraleigh had a batting average of .000, with four plate appearances, four at-bats, one RBI, one strikeout, one elders choice, one stolen base, and an on base percentage and a slugging average of .000. Casey Demott had a batting average of .250, with four plate appearances, four at-bats, one hit, three strikeouts, and an on base percentage and a slugging average of .250. Hunter Horne had a batting average of .000, with three plate appearances, three at-bats, one run, two strikeouts, one elders choice, and an on base percentage and slugging average of .000. Hunter Handley had one run. Tres Copeland had a batting average of .333, with four plate appearances, three at-bats, one hit, two RBIs, one walk, one elders choice, an on base percentage of .500, and a slugging average of .333. Austin Bishop had a batting average of .667, with four plate appearances, three at-bats, two hits, three RBIs, one double, one walk, one strikeout, one stolen base, an on base percentage of .750, and a slugging average of 1.000. Jared Jackson had a batting average of .250, with four plate appearances, four at-bats, one run, one hit, three strikeouts, and an on base percentage and a slugging average of .250. Gus Smyrnios had a batting average of .000, with four plate appearances, two at-bats, one run, two walks, an on base percentage of .500, and a slugging average of .000. On the eld, Bishop caught one runner attempting to steal base, and the warriors committed three errors. On the mound, the Warriors had an earned run average of 4.67, with six innings pitched, nine hits, 11 runs, four of which were earned, nine walks, three strikeouts, one homerun, 41 batters faced, 31 at-bats, .a batting average of .290, an on base percentage of .463, one wild pitch, one hit by pitch, and one stolen base, on 147 pitches. Fraleigh had an earned run average of 0.00, with .2 inning pitched, no hits, no runs, two walks, four batters faced, two at-bats, a batting average of .000, and an on base percentage of .500, on 18 pitches. Bishop had an earned run average of 1.40, with ve innings pitched, eight hits, six runs, one of which was earned, four walks, three strikeouts, one homerun, 30 batters faced, 25 at-bats, a batting average of .320, an on base percentage of .433, one wild pitch, and one stolen base, on 97 pitches. Nick Roberts was credited with the loss. He had an earned run average of 63.00, with .1 inning pitched, one hit, ve runs, three of which were earned, three walks, seven batters faced, four atbats, a batting average of .250, and on base percentage of .571, and one wild pitch on 32 pitches.Sports6Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 12, 2013 Photo Courtesy of Cindy WattsCowboys celebrate homerun against the Warriors.Cowboys Take Down Warriors
OutdoorsMadison Enterprise-Recorder 7 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 12, 2013 FEED TIMESHow to use: The major and minor feeding times for each day are listed below. The major feeding times are the best for the sportsman and last about 2 hours, the minor feeding times can also have good success, but last only about 1 hour. Good luck and be careful out there. Major feed times are marked by an asterisk (*) The Week Of April 12 April 18, 2013 Friday April 12 *2:20 AM 8:30 AM *2:45 PM 9:00 PM Saturday April 13 *3:10 AM 9:20 AM *3:30 PM 9:50 PM Sunday April 14 *4:10 AM 10:20 AM *4:30 PM 10:45 PM Monday April 15 *5:00 AM 11:10 PM *5:20 PM 11:30 PM Tuesday April 16 *5:50 AM 12:00 AM *6:10 PM Wednesday April 17 12:25 AM *6:40 AM 12:50 PM *7:00 PM Thursday April 18 1:20 AM *7:30 AM 1:40 PM *8:00 PM More than 1,000 fires have burned 20,430 acres since January. Commissioner of Agriculture Adam H. Putnam and the Florida Forest Service are reminding Floridians to be extremely careful with fires outdoors as the states wildfire danger continues to increase. This week is Wildfire Awareness Week, which recognizes wildfires that raged across Florida in 1998, burning more than 500,000 acres and damaging or destroying 337 homes and structures. Wildfires generally occur in the spring and early summer months due to a lack of rainfall, low humidity and strong winds. However, Florida is already experiencing a higher than average occurrence of wildfires near homes and neighborhoods. Most wildfires are caused by human carelessness, said Commissioner Putnam. Right now, it is critical that we all do our part to prevent wildfires, especially in areas where homes and lives could be threatened. The two most frequent causes of wildfires this year are debris escaping from burn piles and arson. Since Jan. 1, the Florida Forest Services firefighters have responded to more than 1,000 wildfires on 20,430 acres. People should be extremely cautious while burning outdoors, said James Karels, Florida Forest Service state forester. If we can reduce the number of human-caused wildfires, it will increase safety for Floridas citizens and firefighters alike. The following tips can help prevent wildfires: Check with your local city or county officials to see if there are any burn restrictions in the area. Keep fires contained to an 8-foot diameter pile or non-combustible barrel. Fires must be at least 25 feet from forests, 25 feet from homes, 50 feet from paved public roads and 150 feet from other occupied buildings. Obtain a burning authorization from the Florida Forest Service for piles larger than 8 feet in diameter. Call your local Florida Forest Service field office (www.floridaforestservice.com/field_operations). Check the weather daily and dont burn on windy days or when the humidity is below 30 percent. Never leave a fire unattended, and make sure it is completely out before leaving. Keep a shovel and water hose handy in case the small fire starts to escape containment. Report suspicious activity to the Arson Alert Hotline at 1-800-342-5869. Callers may remain anonymous, and information about an arson-caused fire could be worth up to a $5,000 reward. The Florida Forest Service manages more than 1 million acres of public forestland while protecting 26 million acres of homes, forestland and natural resources from the devastating effects of wildfire. For statewide wildfire updates and additional wildfire information, visit www.floridaforestservice.com. For more information about the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, visit www.FreshFromFlorida.com.Commissioner Putnam Cautions Public As Wildfire Activity IncreasesBy Lynette Norris Greene Publishing, Inc. Yards are yards, right? People mow them and rake them and water them to keep them looking nice, whether they are just small patches of grass between the front door and the street or several acres, but many people also take the time to sort out what to plant and where, to give their yard that extra punch, that je ne sais quoi that makes a yard more than just a yard, and a garden more than just a garden. Rick Smars, a Landscape/Drainage Consultant for Tallahassee Nurseries and a Florida Certied Horticultural Professional with over 10 years experience in the landscaping industry, visited the Madison Garden Club to talk about basic landscaping whys and hows, whether its planting one tree or re-doing an entire yard. Landscaping can accent and complement a homes architecture, the way a really nice frame can set off a beautiful painting. For example, a landscape of cacti and other succulents emphasize the elements of a Spanish-style house, while mossladen, mature oak trees can play up a historical home with wide, sweeping verandas and white columns. On a more modest scale, a small white clapboard house with a front porch is nice, but surrounded with blue hydrangeas, agstone paths and beds of soft-colored owers, it becomes an a study in peace and tranquility. Landscaping sometimes becomes an extension of the home itself, especially with the current trend of outdoor kitchens, elaborate patio set-ups with replaces, braziers and seating areas, and other outdoor rooms. Landscaping can also provide a visual break or camouage for less desirable, but necessary features like a re hydrant, water meter or utility connection. Landscaping can turn negatives into positives. A constantly waterlogged area of the yard becomes a plus with plants that love boggy bottoms, or a necessary drainage ditch can be turned into a dry creek bed that becomes part of the overall esthetic appeal. Certain plants are also particularly helpful at stabilizing soil and controlling erosion. Still another reason is the sustainability trend. People want to reduce their carbon footprint and save money on energy costs by planting deciduous trees that provide shade in summer and shed their foliage in winter to let heat and light through. Studies at the University of Florida have shown that living grass provides the coolest surface, while dying grass can be hotter than asphalt. Many gardeners have also found that a lot of fruits and vegetables make attractive plantings as well, when arranged in beds like traditional owering plants an edible landscape feature that goes hand-in-hand with the current buy local trend. Before beginning any landscaping project, have your soil tested to determine what your starting pH is. This will determine what you will need as far as soil additives and amendments, according to what you intend to plant. It is far easier to amend the soil before planting than afterward. Figure out the sun exposure of your planting area; how many hours a day of sunlight, and is this direct sun or dappled sunlight peeking through over hanging branches? Remember that morning sun is cooler and afternoon sun is hotter. Remember also that plantings on the north side of buildings and fences might get no sun at all during the winter months. Look at the percolation of your soil. Does it hold moisture, or does water run right through it? This will help determine whether to set out moisture-loving plants or more drought-tolerant ones. Look at the location of utilities both above and below. Dont plant tall-growing trees under power lines and nd out from the city if there are any buried cables or pipes crossing your yard before you dig. Maintenance levels are another determining factor. Do you have time to do all the necessary watering, or do you have an automatic irrigation system? How much time can you devote to weeding in a region where we have both winter weeds and summer weeds? How often will your plants need to be pruned? If you have children or pets, there will be the safety factor to consider as well. Which plants are toxic, and which ones have thorns or sharp edges? There are other variables as well, such as trafc ow patterns and how wide a passage you need, especially if you need to get a mower through. Now, its time to plan your actual design, and every great design has a focal point, whether its a statue, a large rock, a fountain, a fantastic tree or shrub or a splash of color...something unique that draws the eye. In the front yard, the front entrance to the house is usually the focal point, with the landscaping framing it and drawing the eye inward. In the backyard, it might depend on the view from a certain window if you spend a lot of time in one room. It might depend on what you mainly use your backyard for: Family space? Bird watching? Entertaining? When it comes to color arrangements, a good general rule is a 2:1 ratio of green to other colors, and there are a multitude of varieties of texture, size, and the color and shape of leaves to choose from. Avoid large monocultures of a single type of shrub or plant; if it gets a disease or pest problem, you could lose the whole thing. Every plant has its own pests and diseases. Remember that plantings dont have to be perfectly symmetrical, unless you want them that way. There can be balance in asymmetry as well; there can also be balance in complementary colors and textures. It seems like a lot to think about, but proper planning saves headaches later on and allows you get the maximum enjoyment out of the work you put into your landscape. Now, its time to get those ngernails dirty.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Lynette Norris, April 4, 2013Florida Certied Horticultural Professional Rick Smars of Tallahassee Nursery gives an enthusiastic presentation on the Fundamentals of Landscaping for the Madison Garden Club. Why Landscape? Rick Smars of Tallahassee Nursery Discusses the Fundamentals
By Kristin Finney Greene Publishing, Inc. Many people have heard about the ways that cancer affects the lives of both the sufferer and their families and friends. Now, imagine being diagnosed with cancer while you were pregnant. This is exactly the situation that Melissa Goins and her family have experienced rsthand in the last few months. Melissa was diagnosed with ovarian cancer on January 21 of this year. This diagnosis was announced 28 weeks into Melissas pregnancy. While many people would have a hard time nding a positive light on their situation, Melissa has been able to do just that. At rst, I looked at all the bad scenarios of being diagnosed and undergoing treatment while pregnant, but then I realized though, if I hadnt been pregnant, the cancer probably would not have been found until it was too late. So I choose to look at this as a blessing, instead of problem, she explained. Melissa is scheduled to undergo six total chemotherapy treatments, as well as surgery to remove any of the affected areas. The chemotherapy has caused Melissa, a longtime hairdresser, to lose her hair. Yet still she is able to nd a positive spin. When asked how cancer has effected her life, she said laughingly, It doesnt take me long to do my hair. On March 12 of this year, Melissa have birth to a beautiful, perfectly healthy, baby girl named Addilynn Claire Goins. Through her struggle, Melissa has had the support and love of her husband, Les, and her daughter Lydia. When asked what helped her get through her diagnosis and battle, Melissa said, My faith in the Lord and support from family and friends. Melissa added, The residents of Madison County have been so supportive of me and my family I would like again to say with sincere appreciation, thanks. The love and generosity that has been shown to us has truly been humbling. Melissa has had a ton of support from the community, who have organized a one-mile fun run/walk. The theme for the run will be Faith, Hope, Love, and it well be held on April 27 at 10 a.m. at Lake Frances. The run is named Goin for Goins and all proceeds from the event will benet the Goins family. The entry fee for the run is $10 and tshirts are also available for $20 each. Due to her treatment, Melissa hasnt been able to participate very much with Relay for Life. However, she explained, I believe Relay For Life is denitely a very good event and I plan to be more involved with it in the future. She also would like to extend her words of wisdom and love to anyone who is battling with cancer: Keep a positive outlook on things and always remember God is in control.Survivor Spotlight: Melissa GoinsTeam Spotlight: New Home Baptist Church By Kristin Finney Greene Publishing, Inc. New Home Baptist Church has been active with the Relay for Life for many years; beginning only a few years after the Madison County Relay for Life itself began. The Relay for Life has always been close to the hearts of those at New Home, and as, such they have big plans for supporting the event this year. New Home was active with Relay for Life for almost nine years before taking the last two years off. This years team leader, Denise Dyal, said of the group, After taking some time off from having a team, several members of the church stated how much they missed having a team and how lost they felt at the event without a team there to associate with. We have several people in our church and relatives of people in our church that have battled or are battling cancer and we want to help to raise funds to find a cure. In order to raise awareness for Relay for Life, New Home promotes it at their church functions and also during their worship services. The response has been so great that they could not fit everyone into one team. There will be two teams representing New Home at the Relay for Life this year so that they can have two sites set up during the event to make sure that there is room for everyone. Usually, there are between 40 and 50 church members that attend the event and work at the site at different times throughout the night. This years team will be selling chicken and rice with green beans and drinks. Their theme this year is Big Top Circus, so they will have activities relating to the circus as well. Please feel free to stop by their site during the night to get some of their delicious food and fellowship with them. New Home feels that it is very important to be involved with the Relay for Life. Dyal said, We feel that it is important because of the many people that are affected by cancer each year. We also use it as an opportunity to share Christs love to those around us and those battling cancer that are in attendance that night to let them know that no matter what happens, God loves them. She also added, The most rewarding part of being involved in Relay for Life is being able to minister to others through the giving of our finances to raise awareness and fund research as well as giving of our time to show the Love of Christ to those around us. The American Cancer Society Relay for Life of Madison County is just around the corner. Mark your calendar for April 26. Register your team today by calling Cindy Vees at (850) 973-2788. This annual event brings the Madison County community together in a unified effort to fight cancer. So, get your friends together and form a team...its not too late. Former and current cancer patients, their families, businesses, civic organizations, and the public are invited to take part in this exciting team event. Relay for Life takes place from 6 p.m. on April 26 until noon on April 27 at the Madison County High School Football Field. Relay for Life is the American Cancer Societys version of an athletic relay, but with a new twist. Relay for Life is a family-oriented event where participants enjoy the camaraderie of a team and also raise funds to support the activities of the American Cancer Society. Participants camp out at the Relay site, and when they are not taking their turn walking, they take part in fun activities and enjoy local entertainment. Teams from companies, churches, organizations, hospitals and schools collect donations and can win individual and team prizes for their efforts.. For information about how to form a team or become involved in Relay for Life, please call Cindy Vees at (850) 973-2788.Its Not Too Late To Start A TeamRegister Your American Cancer Society Relay For Life Team Now 8Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 12, 2013Photo submitted:Some of the members of the New Home Baptist Church Relay for Life team are seen at the church following their worship service. By Kristin Finney Greene Publishing, Inc. This year, the Madison Relay for Life team has added a new event to their calendar, the Miss Relay for Life Pageant. This pageant will be offered for girls, ages birth to 21 years old (Not married and with no children). All of the proceeds from the pageant will go to benet the Relay for Life-Madison County. The age divisions for the Miss Relay for Life Pageant are: Infant Miss: Birth-12 months, Baby Miss: 13-23 months, Toddler Miss: 2-3 years, Tiny Miss: 4-5 years, Little Miss: 6-7 years, Junior Miss: 89 years, Pre-Teen Miss: 10-12 years, Teen Miss: 13-15 Years and Miss: 16-21 years (Not married and with no children). Attire for the pageant will be a Miss Relay for Life t-shirt and white bottoms. This will be a natural pageant. Hair and make-up should be age appropriate. Prizes will include a custom crown, embroidered banner and trophy for each division. All divisional optional winners will also receive a trophy. There will be a Miss Relay for Life Charity Queen crowned. This will be given to the contestant who raises the most money above and beyond her entry fee for Relay for Life. This girl will receive a $50 cash prize, a trophy, crown and banner. In order to be entered into this category, you must raise at least $200 above your entry fee. There will also be a Miss Popularity Queen category. This is the contestant that raises the most $1 votes the day of the pageant. There will be a bag with each contestants name on it at the front door of the venue. Everyone who attends the pageant is asked to vote for their favorite contestant. The person with the most money in their bag will be the winner and will receive a trophy. The deadline to enter is April 15, and applications can be mailed to the address at the bottom of the entry forms or given to Danyel Rucker or Renae Williams. The cost of entry for each division is $40 for the Pageant Attire and $5 to enter the Best Stage Personality division. Tickets are $3 for viewers and free for children under the age of 2. The pageant will be held at the Madison County Central School on April 21 at 3 p.m. For more information or to get an entry form please contract Danyel Rucker at (850) 673-8539 or email@example.com. You can also contact Renae Williams at (850) 673-8492 or firstname.lastname@example.org.Miss Relay For Life Pageant
Madison Enterprise-Recorder 9 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 12, 2013 Sammy, age 6, son of William and Debbie Hunter. Leighton, age 5 months, daughter of Justin and Karagan Surles. Myron, age 4, and Michael Jr., age 8, children of Denyce and Michael Mobley. Jade, age 12, and Joshua, age 14, children of Harvey and Janice Greene. Future Leaders of America Amanda, age 13, daughter of Shelly and Scott Lawtow. Noah, age 14 months, son of Matthew and Cassey Andrews. Noah, age 2, and Terrance Jr, age 6, children of Terrance and Beverly Fletcher-Watts. Brianna, age 6, and Jade, age 4, children of Loni and David Price.Kalecia Simpo, age 3, Tanashiya Jordan, age 9, and Amari Sears, age 4, children of Watanna Pickett. Jaliyah Lee, age 5, Arie Watson, age 2, and Terra Butler, age 9, children of Malisha Wilson, Hkeem Watson and Joshua Lee. Trent, age 3, son of Jeff and Bethn Rosenberg. Karsen Bass, age 1, son of Cody Williams and Baylee Bass. Rylan, age 6, and Kadence, age 3, children of Chrystal Barrs. Sophia, age 4, and Jackson, age 8, children of Nathan and Amy Kendrick. Tuff, age 3, son of Tommy and Kaila Hardee. Karic, age 8, son of Melissa Grant and Kevin Miller, Jr. Mitchell, age 7, and Sarah, age 10, children of Delores Mabardy. Cheltsie Kinsley, age 20, and Brooke Kinsley, age 18, children of Emerald Greene and Paul Kinsley.
10Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 12, 2013Terra-Lyn, age 8, Awstin, age 3, Chad Allen, age 10, and Kayli, age 5, children of Chad and Krystal McCormick. Karic Miller, age 8, Dustin Grant Jr., age 5 and William Grant, age 5, children of Melissa and Dustin Grant Sr. Ashton, age 6, Caleb, age 11, and Christopher, age 14, children of Chris and Bobbi Sapp. Zach, age 4, Zyler, age 7 months, and Zayden, age 2, children of Sabrina Bizzoco. Daniel, age 24, Forest, age 18, and Matthew, age 13, children of William Greene. Brittany, age 11, Jessica, age 9, Justin, age 5, and Stephanie, age 7, children of Jeff and Peggy Hasty. Leah, age 16 months, Gracie, age 11, and Olivia, age 9, children of Shawn and Jessica Webb and Lenny Galbraith.Jake, age 4, Ethan, age 7, and MaKenzie, age 9, children of David and Rebecca Myers. Future Leaders of America
Madison Enterprise-Recorder 11 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 12, 2013 Jessie, age 5, son of Heather Chamblin. Fishur, age 2, and Gunnar, age 7, children of Patrick and Amy Webb. Natalie, age 4, and Alexis, age 2, children of Kristen Fungeallaz and William Bell. Lane, age 6, and Luke, age 6 months, children of Jason and Renata Keeling. Xeryus Island Jr., age 3, son of Xeryus Island Sr. and Monique Pryor. Jarrett, age 3, son of Brad and Sherilyn Pickels. Kelsea, age 6, and Trinity, age 8, children of Chris and Jennifer Miller. Sean, age 5, and Summer, age 2, children of Jack and Leslie McLeod. Kameria, age 1, and Kamari, age 6, children of Kelsey Solomon and Tobe Cain III. Jim III, age 14, and John, age 14, children of Jim and Lisa Flournoy. Fraleigh, age 2, and Gus, age 4, children of Bo and Suzi Hardee. Mayline, age 12, and Isaac, age 13, children of Ramon and Amanda and Ramon Benzanilla. Jack, age 3, son of Hank and Melissa Stewart. Will, age 5, and Ben, age 8, children of James and Missy Melvin. Future Leaders of America
Church12Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 12, 2013 AtMadison First Baptist ChurchSubmitted By Judy PhillipsGuest ColumnistPsalms 97:1 The LORD reigns; let the earth rejoice; let the many coasts and islands be glad was on the bulletin cover for this week at First Baptist and so appropriate for the week after Easter and those of us in Florida. The Lord is reigning and its spring time, a time of renewal, in Madison. Sunday morning was a busy time for some folks in the church. Our deacon body met at 7:45 a.m. We appreciate the leadership of our pastor and deacons as they serve the church body as they are going each week. The orchestra met at 9 a.m. to practice for the wonderful offertories weve been hearing each week. Thanks guys and gals for the time you spend in preparation for this. It adds so much to the corporate worship time. We have a place especially for the entire family at 9:45 a.m. Kathy McCollum, our Sunday school director would love to direct you to a class just for you, nursery through senior adults. Each class has age appropriate Bible study time before the corporate worship time. We learned a new chorus with a timeless message this week, Jesus Saves. Listening with a learning heart, we might just begin to enjoy singing the new choruses. The special music was truly special and very meaningfully presented. LaVerne Deckard sang, I Walked Today Where Jesus Walked. As she ended the song, and felt His presence there, one could almost imagine walking with the Lord along the dusty roads of Galilee. Bro. Gabe preached from the book of James. His text was James 1:19-25. So then, my beloved brethren, let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath; for the wrath of man does not produce the righteousness of God. Therefore lay aside all filthiness and overflow of wickedness, and receive with meekness the implanted word, which is able to save your souls. But be doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving yourselves. For if anyone is a hearer of the word and not a doer, he is like a man observing his natural face in a mirror; for he observes himself, goes away, and immediately forgets what kind of man he was. But he who looks into the perfect law of liberty and continues in it, and is not a forgetful hearer but a doer of the work, this one will be blessed in what he does. Ill just let you read the Scripture and ask the Lord to help you understand it the way He wants it to be understood. We do have activities on Sunday night at First Baptist. The younger youth group, grades 6-8, meets at 6 p.m. and the older group meets at 7 p.m. We have corporate worship at 6 p.m. Right now Bro. Gabe is teaching from the book of I Thessalonians. If you need specific information about our youth groups contact the church office at the number listed at the end of this article. ATTENTION: TREK GROUP The Trek Group will meet at the church after school today, Friday, April 12th and travel to Valdosta for an afternoon of bowling, fellowship and fun! If you havent signed up, youd better get on the phone now and put your name on the list. In case you dont know or had forgotten, there will be a church-wide wedding shower honoring Jodi Cooper and Parks Bake in the fellowship hall on Sunday, April 14th from 3-5 p.m. Please join us as we celebrate this joyous occasion. We are still anticipating more of our youth to sign up for the Disciple Now Weekend Retreat. Our youth group will join with Unity Baptist Church youth for an exciting weekend retreat. Contact Ansley Rogers for more information. The is a cost of $10 and sign-up sheet is posted on the church secretarys door. The staff at First Baptist is ready to serve you in any way they can. The church office hours are 9 a.m. 4 p.m., Monday Friday. The office phone number is 973-2547 or you can reach the church secretary by email at email@example.com. Our pastor can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Jim Carey, our music minister can be reached at email@example.com. We also have a website: madisonfbc.net that is regularly updated. Remember the key verse in the sermon for today is But he who looks into the perfect law of liberty and continues in it, and is not a forgetful hearer but a doer of the work, this one will be blessed in what he does. James 1:25. www.bedrmattressonline.com StoreHours: M,T,Th,Fri,Sat10am-8pm Wed11am-6pm Alsolocatedat: 1275S.HoustonLakesRd. 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Turn Back TimeMadison Enterprise-Recorder 13 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, April 12, 2013 By Kristin Finney Greene Publishing, Inc. Each week, Greene Publishing, Inc. will publish one of the many buried treasures found in our archives. These treasures might be pictures of people from the past, ads from the past or interesting stories long since forgotten. Keep an eye on our upcoming editions; you might be the next Buried Treasure. Way Back When April 16, 1943 The trial of Dr. C.L. Drew, charged with rst degree murder, in the shooting of J.W. (Tood) Looper on the afternoon of Dec. 18, began here in circuit court Tuesday with Judge Adams presiding. Tuesday afternoon, about 5:15, the re department was called to extinguish a pile of cross ties blazing away just to the rear of Mr. Killingsworths home. Te dry ties burned very readily and he remen fought it for about an hour before it was put out. Last Saturday, a group of youngsters got their camping equipment together and went to the Blue Springs sand bar for an overnight camping trip. The campers were Billy and Thurman Sowell, B.G. and Spider Wyche, Graham and Garland Wheeler, M.A. and Alton Williams and Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Studstill, Jr. Pvt. Harry Motes of Camp Gordon Johnson in Carrabelle was visiting here Wednesday afternoon. April 10, 1953 Sheriff Moore is distributing a quantity of sugar, taken in recent still conscations, to the hospital and the school lunchrooms. It will be a total of 50 pounds to each. A large number of the citys jook joints will be restrained from being nuisances all the time, as the city commission votes to halt Sunday beer sales in Madison. Seven state and district beverage ofcers, along with Sheriff Moore and Deputy Stokeley, raided four places Tuesday and conscated a large quantity of whiskey. Setzers Superstore Price Check: Pork chops, 39 cents a pound; frozen ocean perch llet, 29 cents a pound; U.S. good fresh ground hamburger, 39 cents a pound. April 12, 1963 Easter sunrise services will be held at Evergreen Cemetery in Greenville Sunday morning at 6 a.m. Rev. Julian Maddox will deliver the message, He Lives. Gordon Smith, who lives northeast of town on the Fred Glass place, had a painful and somewhat alarming experience last Wednesday morning when he was bitten by a black widow spider. Mrs. C.H. Rains is among the attaches at the Legislature this session. Winn Dixie Price Check: Three pound canned ham, $2.59; Easter ham, 39 cents a pound; roasting chickens, 39 cents a pound; and Maxwell House coffee, 48 cents for a one pound can. April 13, 1973 Pre-Easter services will be held in Madison next week as follows: Monday, noon, Presbyterian Church; Wednesday, noon, Methodist Church; Friday, noon, First Baptist Church. Rev. Dick Roberts of Palatka will begin revival services at Greenville Baptist Church on April 15. The revival will continue through April 22. The Madison County Historical Society will dedicate the marker for Concord Church at Concord on Sunday, March 22. Congressman Don Fuqua has secured permission from the USDA for Suwannnee Valley tobacco farmers to plant their allotment on other ground if they were ooded out by the recent rains. Buried TreasuresMadison County Farm Bureau Celebrates 50th Anniversary. From Sept. 29, 1995, The Madison Enterprise Recorder
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Size 14 (child's size 14 but dress is for a teen division approximately 13-15) GORGEOUS lime green dress, strapless but with spaghetti straps that criss cross across the back, sequins spotted across the entire gown, built-in crinoline absolutely gorgeous. $250.Call Emerald Greene (850) 973-3497 and leave a message.3/3, run, n/c Sago Palms For Sale Call (850)-464-2239.6/27 rtn, n/c Ofce Building For Rent Across the street from the Courthouse, on Shelby Street. (between Owens Propane and Burnette Plumbing) Newly Renovated 1120 square foot. Call Emerald Greene 850-973-41417/18 rtn n/c New ve bedroom three bath doublewide home must go now. Make offer. Selling below cost! Call Steve 386-365-8549.11/7 rtn, cYes we take trades! Replace your old home with a more efcient and much stronger safer home now. Call 386-365-8549.11/7 rtn, cNow is the best time to buy a new mobile home! Low rates means new homes under $400 month! 386-365-8549.11/7 rtn, cStop throwing money away! Our new homes cost less than $100 month to heat and cool! Call Steve 386-365-8549.11/7 rtn, cNice triplewide, replace, glamour bath, sliding glass doors, new metal roof. Must sell now. Reduced to only $22,900 cash. 386-365-8549.11/7 rtn, cBlow out pricing on all 2012 mobile homes. Making room for new 2013 homes. Call Mike 386-623-4218.11/7 rtn, c2013 Homes of Merit tape and texture starting at $375 per month. Call Mike 386-623-4218.11/7 rtn, cUsed single wide 16x80 3 bedroom 2 bath home ready to go at $15,900. Call Mike 386-623-4218.11/7 rtn, c2006 Fleetwood home. Super clean and looks brand new. Call Mike at 386-623-4218.11/7 rtn, cNew and used homes starting as low as $6,500 on doublewides. Call Mike 386-623-4218.11/7 rtn, c For Sale 99 Black GMC Sonoma for sale by owner. $3,600. Call (850) 464-7544.11/14 rtn, n/c Madison Heights Apartments 1,2,3 & 4 bedroom apts. Section 8 Housing designed for low income families 150 SW Bumgardner Dr. Madison, FL Phone 850-973-4290 TDD 711 Equal Housing Opportunity6/22, rtn, c Deadline For Classieds (850) 973-4141 3:00 p.m. Every MondayYou Can Be A CNA Quest training offers a CNA prep class taught by a RN. No GED or diploma required if age 18. No TABE test. Professional, high pass rates, day and evening classes. 386-362-1065.4/3 4/24, pd REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY OWNERGreenville, 3/2 nice house on 6 high and dry city lots. New windows, roof, heat & ac, siding, master shower. $92,000.00 Possible owner nancing. 850-599-5121.1/18 rtn, cNear Lloyd; 3/3 double wide. Very nice with lots of tile and hardwood, replace, skylight, screenroom, carport, workshop on 5 beautiful acres with live stream, woods and fenced pasture. Asking $129k, possible owner nancing. 850-599-5121.1/18 rtn, c Advertising Sales Representative (salesman) needed. Must be a team player, able to handle multiple tasks, and be able to get along with an entire ofce staff. Must have good personality, love to talk on the telephone, and a valid drivers license. Apply in person only at Greene Publishing, Incs newspaper ofce, located at 1695 South SR 53, in Madison.3/15 rtn, n/cCNA Wanted Lake Park of Madison Full-time Certied Nursing Assistance Position Available Contact: Kim King, Human Resources 850-973-8277.3/27 4/17. c 97 GMC Safari For Sale 4.3 liter engine Has a bad injector $1,000 (850) 464-3041.3/27 rtn, n/cAdvent Christian Village Current JOBS Line Advertisement call 658-5627 or visit www.acvillage.net 24 hrs/day, 7 days/week Be Your Best Among The Best! Administrative Assistant FT position for experienced administrative assistant. Must be detail oriented, procient in MS Ofce Suite & Internet, organized, pleasant, professional, and have strong customer service & communication skills, including proper phone etiquette. Must have or be eligible for FL Notary Public commission. HSD or equivalent required. AA or ofce admin certicate preferred and prior experience preferred. Painter & Finish Carpenter FT or PT for renovation project. Both positions require skill in interior nish work. Work setting is a healthcare environment. Must be professional, reliable, and pass AHCA criminal history verication requirements. FT positions include health, dental, life, disability, supplemental insurance; 403b retirement account; paid time off, access to onsite daycare and tness facilities. Apply in person at Personnel Ofce Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., or fax resume/credentials to (386) 658-5160. EOE / Drug-Free Workplace / Criminal background checks required.4/3, 4/10, cMulti-Family Yard Sale April 12 and 13 from 9 a.m. 3 p.m. each day. Collectibles, crystal, furniture, household items, dishes, kitchen items, yard items, clothes, games, puzzles, mobility scooter, wheelchair, doors, windows and much more. Located on 339 SE CR 255 in Lee. (850) 971-5860.4/3, 4/10, pdDebt Collector (part-time) Our Account Representative will contact consumers to obtain payments for outstanding debt owed to our company. Must have good telephone skills and an outgoing personality. Collections experience preferred, but we will train candidates who show potential. Strong verbal communication skills needed with emphasis on persuasiveness and professionalism. Apply in person only at the Madison County Carrier/Greene Publishing, Inc. newspaper ofce, located at 1695 South SR 53, in Madison. 4/3 rtn, n/cAdvent Christian Village Current JOBS Line Advertisement call 658-5627 or visit www.acvillage.net 24 hrs/day, 7 days/week Be Your Best Among The Best! Pharmacy Technician FT to work in a retail setting; FL pharm tech certication, PC prociency, insurance billing, & retail sales experience required; must be personable with excellent communication & customer service skills; valid FL DL may be required. Physician / Medical Director FT internal medicine or family practice to lead team of skilled medical staff in providing primary care to residents in independent living setting, assisted living & skilled nursing center, staff, and surrounding community. Outpatient facility is state of the art with geriatric-friendly EHR (certied for Meaningful Use). Includes opportunity for faculty responsibility with nearby Colleges of Medicine (FSU & UF). Must have clear license to practice in FL & be eligible for insurance billing. FT positions include health, dental, life, disability, supplemental insurance; 403b retirement account; paid time off, access to onsite daycare and tness facilities. Apply in person at Personnel Ofce Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., or fax resume / credentials to (386) 658-5160. EOE / Drug-Free Workplace / Criminal background checks required.4/10, 4/17, cFor Sale 2 Lots With Houses $33K. Must see to appreciate. Madison, FL. (386) 466-4702.4/10, pd 1/4 inch coat galvanized steel cable for sale .15 cent a foot. We have as much as you need. (850) 464-3041.4/10 rtn, n/cLicensed Practical Nurse and Registered Nurse Lake Park of Madison Positions Available Contact: Kim King, Human Resources. (850) 973-8277.4/10, 4/17, cJob Openings Full Circle Dairy. Now hiring multiple construction positions in Lee Fl. Fax or email resumes or inquire to 904-212-0456 or firstname.lastname@example.org/10 rtn, c AUCTION SATURDAY APRIL 13 AT 6:00 P.M. 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