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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title: Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title: Enterprise-recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: T.C. Merchant
Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Creation Date: May 10, 2013
Publication Date: 05-10-2013

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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028405/00550

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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title: Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title: Enterprise-recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: T.C. Merchant
Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Creation Date: May 10, 2013
Publication Date: 05-10-2013

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Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )

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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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By Lynette Norris Greene Publishing, Inc. After some discussion, the Madison County School Board voted to begin work on the weight room facility at Madison County High School as soon as the school year nishes up at the end of May. Equipment for the weight room has already come in and is being stored in other areas of the school, and the projected timeline for the facility calls for it to be completed by September, when the 2013-2014 school year begins. Another project, renovating and upgrading the concession stand at the football eld, adding some square footage and increasing the number of restrooms to bring it up to code and into compliance with the ADA, was originally scheduled to begin in May as well. However, the work timeline projected that even if construction began immediately, it could not be completed until October, halfway through the high schools football season. Some board members discussed delaying the project until after December, when the Cowboy football season was over, then beginning work in January, when the stadium would not be so heavily used. Even with baseball, softball and tennis going on in the spring, the concession stand would not be used nearly as much, and past projects at the school had shown that construction projects during the school year could be worked around class schedules and student trafc. The total cost for the weight room is approximately $90,000, and the concession stand work is estimated at approximately $200,000. The Class of 66 has made a sizable contribution toward the expense of the concession stand, and Andy Barnes, Director of Finance, added that the district was looking at other ways to pare down the cost even further, mostly by reducing the number of restrooms. Superintendent Doug Brown said that he was also trying to solicit donations from other sources to add to the contribution from the Class of 66. School Board member VeEtta Hagan said she thought the board had agreed at their last workshop to form a committee to solicit donations, rather than having one person responsible for fundraising, and asked why the concession stand project was being delayed yet again, when it had been approved last year, and everyone had agreed that it was in the best interest of the general publics health and safety. Why is the weight room taking precedence? she asked. Board member Kenny Hall replied that the concession stand had to be delayed last year because the district had to do the science lab, and the proposal to delay the project this year was due to the fact that it couldnt be nished before football season. Football fans would have to make their way past construction equipment and use porta-potties for the rst half of the season. I know something needs to be done, but the equipment came in for the weight room, Hall said. His proposal was to do the weight room rst so the equipment could be moved out of other rooms, then move on to the concession stand after football season was over. Superintendent Brown stated that with the extra time, he believed the concession stand project had a real chance of soliciting more donations, using a committee to do the work per Hagans reminder, because the stand would have space for advertising and listing contributors names. Barnes added that by delaying the concession stand until after December, the expense could go on next years capital outlay budget. Our 148th Year, Number 36 Friday, May 10, 2013 Madison, Floridawww.greenepublishing.com Since 1865, Telling It Like It Is And Defending The Peasant's Right To Know Index1 Section, 14 Pages Local WeatherVeiwpoints 2 From Page One3 Obituaries 4 Around Madison5 Nurses Day 6-7 Mothers Day 8 School 12 Classieds/Legals 13 5 to 6 month old male beagle mix found near Dianthus and Delphinium. Call (850) 929-2084 School Board Discusses Athletic Facilities at MCHSSuperintendent Doug Brown Madison County Sheriff Ben Stewart reports that on Monday, May 6, the Madison County Sheriffs Ofce Interstate Criminal Enforcment (I.C.E.) team stopped a 2006 Dodge Charger for committing two trafc violations on Interstate 10 in Madison County. The Charger was driven by Mark Joseph Grittner of Boynton Beach and occupied by passengers Courtney A. Baethke of Lake Worth and Kevin Joseph Carbone, also of Boynton Beach. As Deputies approached the Charger a strong odor of marijuana was detected. Deputies completed enforcement actions for the trafc violations then conducted a probable cause search of the Charger and all occupants. During the search, deputies located numerous glass vials containing cocaine, numerous plastic bags containing marijuana and a plastic bag containing several ecstasy and oxycodone pills. Further search discovered more than 100 empty plastic bags consistent with the size and type commonly used to package cocaine and marijuana for sale along with two digital scales that contained cocaine residue. The various narcotics were concealed throughout the vehicle and on the occupants persons. The narcotics and paraphernalia was processed and collected. Grittner, Baethke and Carbone were each arrested without incident. The Dodge Charger was seized in accordance with the Florida Contraband Forfeiture Act. Arrested and charged were: Mark Joseph Grittner, Courtney A. Baethke, and Kevin Joseph Carbone. All were charged with possession of cocaine with intent to sell, possession of marijuana, possession of Ecstasy/MDMA, possession of a controlled substance / Oxycodone and possession of drug paraphernalia.Three Arrested In Madison On Drug Charges Courtney Baethke Mark Grittner Kevin Carbone By Lynette Norris Greene Publishing, Inc. The month of May is traditionally one of the busiest months for the school year, with summer vacation fast approaching and all the things that need to be nished and tied up before the last day of school. It is also a month of celebrations, as School Superintendent Doug Brown pointed out at the close of the school board meeting. There are graduations for students moving on to the next level and awards ceremonies for highachievers and those who have done consistently well throughout the previous year, and Brown urged all the school board members to attend as many of those events as possible. May 6 10 is also National Teacher Appreciation Week, a time for teachers to be honored and celebrated for the hard work they do educating the next generation of society. Of course, any time is a good time for a parent to thank a childs teacher, but National Teacher Appreciation Week is especially appropriate, since it brings public recognition to an often underrated and overlooked profession. Speaking of special celebrations, the MCHS Girls Softball Teams victory in their Monday night game put them in the running for the state champi-School Board: Month of CelebrationsThe Suwannee River League of Cities met on Thursday, April 11, for the quarterly Board of Directors Meeting and General Membership Dinner. The meeting was held at Divine Events in Madison. Florida League of Cities President Manny Marono addressed the membership regarding the FLC pension reform efforts and meetings with legislators over the past year. He also spoke of the need for all Florida cities to come together and work to protect each citys ability to make decisions best for its community. The SRLC Municipal Ofcial of the Year honors an elected municipal ofcial for their leadership, exceptional civic commitment, public outreach and service to their municipality during the past year. This years recipient, Mayor Helen Miller of White Springs, hasSuwannee River League of Cities Hosts Quarterly MeetingFront row (L to R) Sonny Nobles, Manny Marono, Cheryl Nekola, Shirley Clark, Helen Miller and Doug McNicol. Back row (L to R), Jim Catron, Walter McKenzie, Jacob Grantham and Gerald Hethcoat.Photo submitted Madison County Sheriff Ben Stewart reports that on Tuesday April 30, Madison County Sheriffs Ofce I.C.E. Team stopped a 2013 Chrysler 200 for committing a trafc violation on Interstate 10 in Madison County. The Chrysler was driven by Alex Leon Price of Whigham, Ga. and occupied by passenger Tiresias Darnell Anderson of Cairo, Ga. While taking enforcement action for the trafc offense deputiesGeorgia Man Arrested For Drug Possession Alex Leon Price By Lazaro Aleman Special to Greene Publishing, Inc. Rainfall averages across the Suwannee River Water Management District (SRWMD) were mixed during March, with certain areas receiving below their long-term averages and others receiving typical totals for the time of year. So indicates the latest hydrologic conditions report from the SRWMD. The report shows the average rainfall across the district in March was 2.96 inches, which is 64 percent of the long-term March average of 4.52 inches. Meanwhile, the average rainfall for the 12-month period ending March 31 was 60.87 inches, or 6.26 inches higher than the long-term average of 54.61 inches. The gures show Madison County received 3.86 inches in March, compared with the March average of 4.36 inches. Madison County received 59.29 inches during the last 12 months, or 102 percent of the annual normal. Jefferson County, meanwhile, received 3.73 inches of rainfall in March, compared with the March average of 5.72 inches. The county received 57.39 inches of rainfall during the last 12 months, or 102 percent of the annual normal. River levels generally rose and then fell steadily after cresting, with late month storms in South Georgia causing slight rises in ows at the end of the month. The Aucilla River, for its part, remained at or above ood stage throughout the month. Lake levels, for their part, remained stable throughout the month, with the exception of Snead Smokehouse Lake, which rose to its highest level since Tropical Storm Fay in 2008. Rainfall V aries Across District During Mar ch Please See Athletic on Page 3 Please See School Board on Page 3 Please See Suwannee River on Page 3 Please See Arrested on Page 3 Please See Rainfall on Page 3Lost Dog Found

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I had just left the sanctuary of Beulah Baptist Church, when I saw him. It had been maybe eight or nine years since we had seen each other and I had written a story on Anthony Beckham and his Power Unlimited team for the newspaper at the time. His wife, Jennifer, was speaking at Beulah later that evening and he had a box of her books and DVDs in his huge arms. Hey, Anthony, I said and immediately he and I began talking about when we had last seen each other, as well as Madison County High School Cowboy and Florida State University Seminole football. We also talked about the NFL draft, which had seen former Madison County High running back Chris Thompson drafted by the Washington Redskins that every day. Anthony recalled having Chris and his then middle school teammate Jacobbi McDaniel go onstage with Power Unlimited back then. (Jacobbi took a redshirt this year at Florida State and will return for the 2013 season.)` Anthony and Jennifer Beckham have ministries that include outreaches to children. Anthony and Jennifer travel with a team called Power Unlimited and Anthony and his fellow Power Unlimited members rip Jacksonville phone books. They break chains. They bend steel. Jennifer and Anthony both share the message of hope in Jesus Christ and talk about self-esteem. A former Disney princess, Jennifer has a separate ministry where she speaks mostly to groups of women across the United States. She may be speaking to a group of 15,000 business executives one day and be in the little town of Lee, Florida the next speaking to a group of 40 people. Known as Rev. Hardbody, Anthony is 100 percent drug free and he sports 20-inch biceps and can bench press 465 pounds. He grew up in poverty in front of a junkyard in Zolfo Springs, Florida. Though he grew up, surrounded by violence, drugs and alcohol, Anthony sought something higher for himself and others. Saved at 11 years old at a Vacation Bible School, thanks to a Sunday School bus ministry, Anthony began helping other friends see the love of Christ in him when he would give advice to those who sought it from him by backing up the advice with Scripture. When Anthony and I spoke last Saturday evening, I was amazed at the memory that the man had. His wife gave an excellent program that had me and several of my friends at the altar. (I went to pray for a family member who needed it. Im not sure why the others were there, but God knows their needs) My talk with Anthony, which may have went on for 20 or 30 minutes more after his wifes service ended will be forever etched in my memory. It was a conversation with a great friend and with a great Christian. I hope that we see each other again before another eight years passes by. Viewpoints & Opinions2Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 10, 2013 The MadisonEnterprise-Recorder PublisherEmerald GreeneEditorKristin FinneySenior Staff WriterJacob BembryStaff WriterLynette NorrisGraphic DesignersSteven Godfrey, Amanda RodriguezAdvertising Sales RepresentativesJeanette 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. Periodicals postage PAID at Madison Post Ofce 32340. Publication No. 177.400. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Madison Enterprise-Recorder P.O. Drawer 772, Madison, FL 32341-0772.This newspaper reserves the right to reject any advertisement, news matter or subscriptions that, in the opinion of the management, will not be for the best interest of the county and/or the owners of this newspaper, and to investigate any advertisement submitted.All photos given to Greene Publishing Inc. for publication in this newspaper must be picked up no later than 6 months from the date they are dropped off. Greene Publishing Inc. will not be responsible for photos beyond said deadline.P.O. Box 772 Madison, FL 32341 1695 South SR 53 Madison, FL 32340 (850) 973-4141 Fax: (850) 973-4121 greenepub@greenepublishing.com www.greenepublishing.com Jacobs LadderJacob BembryColumnistCatching Up With Anthony Beckham 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 Conservative Corner Conservative CornerBy Claudia Anderson, Madison County Republican ClubMadison County Whether you are trying to control high blood pressure or working to reduce your risk of high blood, following the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH), is a prove meal plan to lower blood pressure. May is National High Blood Pressure Education Month, so lets talk about proven strategies that will help reduce high blood pressure. Consumers are often confused by products on the market that claim to reduce blood pressure and many over the counter products are not researched and proven to be affective. A researched based meal pattern that have proven to reduce blood pressure is the DASH meal plan. Conducted in the early 90s, DASH was a scientic dietary study to determine if a diet plan without medication could reduce blood pressure. The study was funded by the National Institute of Health and conducted at Harvard, Duke, John Hopkins and Louisiana State University. Results showed that both men and women eating the DASH plan experienced a signicant drop in both their systolic and diastolic blood pressure readings. The DASH eating plan emphasizes fresh fruit and vegetables and low fat dairy products. It is moderate in total fat and low in saturated fat and cholesterol. It also includes whole grains, poultry, sh and nut. It also recommends reducing salt and sodium intake. Starting on the DASH eating plan is easy. It requires no special foods and no recipes to follow. Here are some tips to help you get started: Make gradual changes like adding a serving of fruit or vegetables at lunch and dinner. Gradually increase your intake of fat free and low fat dairy products to 3 servings a day. If you eat large portions of meat, cut them back by a half or third at each meal. It only takes 6 oz. of meat each day to meet your protein requirements so eat less. Three to four ounces. are equal to the size of a deck of playing cards. Try two or more meatless meals each week. A combination of a grain and bean will give you the same eight essential amino acids of meat or chicken. Try serving casseroles and stir-fry dishes, which have more vegetables, grains and dry beans. Eat baked or grilled sh during the week, but limit bottled marinades, they are often high in sodium. Eat fresh fruit, raw vegetables, or low fat and fat free yogurt for snacks. Use herbs and spices to enhance the avor of foods.. Eat out less often, restaurant foods are very high in sodium, sometimes giving you more than a days worth of sodium. Make one or two changes each week. Eat a variety of foods and cut back on serving sizes. For more information about the DASH eating plan and recipes, visit the NHLBIs Your Guide to Controlling High Blood Pressure at www.nhlbi.nih.gov/hbp/index.html and click on Prevention. If you are under a doctors care for high blood pressure, be sure you take you medication and follow the doctors recommendations. Your efforts to reduce sodium intake will help you overall health. The Madison County Extension ofce has a fact sheet, Alternative Seasonings, which will give you creative ideas for seasoning food without salt or sodium products. For a free copy of our Extension fact sheet, call or stop by the Extension ofce. The University of Florida Extension/IFAS Extension Madison County is an Equal Opportunity Institution. DASH Your Way to Lower Blood PressureNo, I have not forgotten the words My country tis of thee, sweet land of liberty. I am thinking about how my country became the sweet land of liberty. First of all there was the adherence to Gods word for rules of conduct socially and professionally and a work ethic from the philosophy that those who could work and did not, would not eat. I remember having to unlearn some of the inuence from my dad when I was scolded on my rst job for not staying home when I was too sick to function properly. The name of that company, American Industrial Sales represents the made in America business attitude of the 1950s. Most foreign goods were from Japan with joking references made to them such as being made from tin cans. Made in America meant quality. Now, as I read the manual for a new tool or appliance, I could sometimes use an interpreter because the English seems to be written with a Chinese accent, which could be humorous if I were not serious about safely using the equipment. Thanks to bailouts ushing of our tax monies DOWN THE DRAIN, GM and Chrysler are now strong Chinese and other foreign manufacturing businesses. Thanks to Cap and Trade, small businesses such as our own Florida Plywoods, are punished Thanks to governmental persecution, Gibson Guitar was told there would be no more action against that company IF it was moved out of the country. A pig farmer had to destroy his animals, kept on his farm, because they were not a proper breed. In spite of all the anti-business regulations and governmental actions (many by NON-governmental organizations not representing us THE TAXPAYERS), there are still some Made in USA products available. Last year I remember a construction project that was built entirely with USA products that pretty well equaled foreign made in pricing. Now, lets return to the subject My Company Tis Of Thee. Roger Simmermaker of the Consumer Patriotism Corporation has published a buying guide by this name which highlights American companies manufacturing and producing keeping the taxes, salaries, etc. here at home. Just before last Christmas, Mr. Simmermaker made a statement that applies all year: The best way to build a better, more-prosperous America is to buy American and keep your dollars within our borders so they can generate authentic American activity... we can provide a much needed boost for our economy not by spending more, but rather by using the money that were already planning on spending anyway to buy America-made goods. Some of his suggestions for American made products: All American Clothing Company, Nortons U.S.A. (www.nortonsusa.com), Union House (www.unionhouse.com), Tough Traveler (www.toughtraveler.com), and e-commerce sites: www.choosemadeinusa.com, and www.madeinusashop.com. Lets add to that list our own Florida Plywoods and how about the new little purse manufacturer in Lee? According to Mr. Simmermaker, we vote at the polls every two or four years, but we vote with our dollar every day. To create more American jobs, keep jobs, prots and the tax base within our borders we can vote for American made just by using the money were already spending. My company, tis of thee made in America helps keep us free!THE REPUBLICAN CLUB OF MADISON COUNTY Meets Monday, May 13 at 12:00 noon at Shelbys Restaurant EVERYONE WELCOME Paid for and approved by the Madison County Republican Executive Committee MadisonRepublican@embarqmail.com Read Jacobs blog at www.jacobbembry.com. His book, Higher Call, is available in Kindle format and www.amazon.com or in paperback at www.amazon.com, www.bn.com and www.booksamillion.com or by sending $10 plus $3.99 shipping and handling to Jacob Bembry, P.O. Box 9334, Lee, FL 32059. Contact him at jacobbembry@hotmail.com.5/2 Adrian Leonard Russell-Warrant (Out of County) Hillsborough County Betty Jean Barnes-Violation of Probation/Disorderly Conduct, Resisting without Violence Zebulin Rashad Richardson-Writ of Bodily Attachment 5/3 Leroy Nathaniel Hall Jr.-Trespassing After Warning Kevin Leon Bell-Violation of Probation (Circuit) Austin Lee KellerCriminal Registration 5/4 Eddie Roy Givens-Violation of Probation (Parole Violator) Rachal Nicolle Rasmussen-Driving with a Suspended License Joe Willie Thomas-Driving Under the Inuence 5/5 Darren Laron White-Fleeing and Eluding, Expired Drivers License (Over 4 Months), Driving with a Suspended License 5/6 Allen ONeal Terrell-Driving with a Suspended License Jahman Dewan Harris-Violation of Probation Johnny Christopher CrowderOut of County Charges 5/7 Jonnie Leon Haynes-Knowingly Driving with a Suspended License Mark Joseph Grittner-Drug (Cocaine [With Intent to Sell]), Drug (Marijuana [Less than 20 Grams]), Drug (Ecstacy), Drug (Oxycodone), Drug Equipment Courtney A. BaethikeDrug (Cocaine [With Intent to Sell]), Drug (Marijuana [Less than 20 Grams]), Drug (Ecstacy), Drug (Oxycodone), Drug Equipment Kevin Joseph CarboneDrug (Cocaine [With Intent to Sell]), Drug (Marijuana [Less than 20 Grams]), Drug (Ecstacy), Drug (Oxycodone), Drug Equipment Cynthia Ann Taylor-Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession of a Controlled Substance Without a Prescription, Possession of a Controlled Substance Quiton Edward Hines-Violation of Probation Antonio Maurice McCall-Violation of Probation Rachael Dawn Moody-Trespassing After Warning Marshall Windell Straws-Violation of Probation (County)

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From Page OneMadison Enterprise-Recorder 3 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 10, 2013 Athletic Cont. From Page 1Jay Lee, speaking as a parent and a member of the general public, asked about the $200,000 price tag on the project, and asked if the board had approved the project without knowing what they would be getting, but Hall assured him that they had looked at detailed plans and schematics, and the sum of $200,000 was an estimate of how much money they would need to have the work done. Hall also reiterated that they would look into how they could reduce that cost while still remaining in compliance with ADA and code requirements. The $200,000 was based on a worst-case scenario regarding number of needed restrooms, and that was the single biggest factor driving up the cost. Hagan said that she wished to go on the record as stating that she believed the concession stand was more important, for the health and safety reasons she had previously spelled out, and that she objected to the project being delayed yet again. The nal motion was to proceed with the weight room as planned, then revisit the concession stand after Christmas break, and take another detailed look at plans and prices. The board voted 4 in favor of the motion, with Hagan casting the dissenting vote. School Board Cont. From Page 1onship. The school board voted unanimously to approve the teams request for an overnight trip May 9 10 to Vero Beach, to participate in the state championship playoffs. Finally, Pinetta Elementary School has reason to celebrate, because it is getting an extra classroom space for its extra large class of kindergarten students next year. The board voted unanimously to approve a relocatable classroom for PES, at a cost of $60,000. Suwannee River Cont. From Page 1served her community for two and a half years. She has played a vital role in securing grant funding for summer enrichment and after school programs. Together with the community, Mayor Miller has worked to bring to light the continued drawdown of the Floridan Aquifer and the need to protect Floridas water for future generations. The SRLC also elected and inducted the 20132015 Board of Directors. President Doug McNicol (Town of Lee), First Vice President Jim Catron (City of Madison), Second Vice President Berlon Weeks (Town of Bronson), Past President Shirley Clark (City of Branford), and Treasurer Kelli Brettel (Town of Bronson). Directors AtLarge are: Jacob Grantham (City of Live Oak), Gerald Hethcoat (City of Williston), Walter McKenzie (Town of White Springs), Helen Miller (Town of White Springs), Cheryl Nekola (City of Fanning Springs), and Sonny Nobles (City of Live Oak). The Suwannee River League of Cities, Inc. is the ofcial organization of the municipal governments (cities, towns, and villages) in the Suwannee River region. The SRLC was established to meet and serve the needs of the regions municipal ofcials. Arrested Cont. From Page 1observed signs of deception and indicators of criminal activity. Based on the observations K-9 Max was deployed to conduct a free air sniff on the exterior of the Chrysler sedan. K-9 Max gave a povsitive alert for the presence of narcotic odor on the passenger and driver side doors as well as the trunk. After completing the enforcement actions deputies conducted a probable cause search of the Chrysler. During the search a small plastic bag containing cocaine and marijuana was located in the front center console area. A large shoulder bag was located during the search of the trunk and was found to contain a large amount of U.S. Currency. The currency was packaged in a manner consistent and indicative of a drug couriers method to transport currency to be used in drug transactions. Both Price and Anderson denied owning the currency or knowing who the owner was or how the currency got into the car. The currency was seized in accordance with the Florida Contraband Forfeiture Act. An ofcial count determined the currency to total $43,120.00. Alex Leon Price was taken into custody at the scene and charged with possession of cocaine and possession of marijuana. Additional charges are pending for Tiresias Darnell Anderson as the investigation continues. Rainfall Cont. From Page 1As for groundwater levels, they generally rose in the northern and central parts of the district and fell in the southern part. The National Weather Service Climate Prediction Centers three-month outlook indicates a probability of below-normal precipitation throughout June in north Florida. The SRWMD continues a Phase I Water Shortage Advisory that urges consumers to refrain from unnecessary water uses. The hydrologic conditions report is a compilation of water resource data collected from radar-derived rainfall estimates, groundwater and surface water levels and river ows, among other sources. The district encompasses all or parts of 15 counties in north-central Florida, including Madison County and the eastern portion of Jefferson County. By Kristin Finney Greene Publishing, Inc. Madison Academy will be hosting their eighth annual golf tournament on May 24. Team and sponsor applications are due no later than Friday, May 10. The cost for a team is $400. This includes 18 holes of golf, golf cart rental, eight mulligans, refreshments, prizes, gifts and contests. There are ve different sponsor levels. The levels are: Platinum, which is $1,000; Gold, which is $500; Silver, which is $250; Station sponsor, which is $100; and a tee sign, which is $50. There will also be a chance to win a new vehicle from Prince Chevrolet for the lucky golfer who sinks a holein-one. To get more information or to get registration forms, visit the Madison Academy website, www.madisonacademy.org, or call 973-2529. Madison Academy Hosting Golf Tournament

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Around Madison County4Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 10, 2013 ObituariesCommunity CalendarMay 11Chicken dinner fundraiser for Michael Gaston set for May 11 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Plates are available for $7.50 each. Call Cyrus Bachari at (229) 506-2743 to reserve your plate.May 17 & 18Treasures of the Suwannee will be presented as part of the Advent Christian Village Centennial Celebration at 7 p.m. on Friday, May 17, and Saturday, May 18. Talented ACV staff members, along with guest musicians on the ddle and banjo, will touch your hearts with this musical stage production.Mark Your Calendar! 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Graveside funeral services will be Friday at 1 p.m. at Evergreen Cemetery. Visitation was held Thursday from 6-8 p.m. at Beggs Funeral Home. She was born in Monticello and had lived in Greenville since 1978. She loved her family, and was a homemaker. She is survived by her husband: William L Willie Malone of Greenville; one son: William Toby Malone (Bridget) of Greenville; three brothers: Riley Taylor of Jennings, John Taylor of Quitman, Ga., and James Taylor of Key West.; two sisters: Hazel Schuebert of Lake Park, Ga., and Carolyn Taylor Scott of Tenn.; and two granddaughters: Kersten and Kiley Malone. Beggs Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements (850) 973-2258.Sarah Taylor Malone Barrs, Brantley To Wed Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Barrs are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Mandi, to Bryant Brantley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Ray Brantley. The wedding will be held at First Baptist Church in Perry, on Saturday, May 25, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. The reception will follow at The Catholic Parrish Hall in Perry. No local invitations are being sent; please plan to join us to celebrate their love.Mother Louise Rutherford Bennett, 84, of Tallahassee went Home to be with her Lord and Savior on Wednesday, May 1, 2013. Funeral services are 11 a.m. Saturday, May 11, at Mt. Horeb Primitive Baptist Church with interment at Southside Cemetery. Viewingvisitation is Friday 3-7:30 p.m. at TILLMAN OF TALLAHASSEE 842-942-1950. Born in Macon, Ga., Mother Bennett was a longtime Tallahassee resident and a devoted homemaker. She served with distinction as First Lady of Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Church, Jennings, where her husband, the Elder Mack N. Bennett, Sr. pastored for many years. Mourning her passing, yet cherishing her love with the fondest of memories are: her husband, the Elder Mack N. Bennett, Sr.; one son, Mack N. (Ursula) Bennett, Jr., two daughters, Betty Bennett (Clarence) Swatts and Annette Bennett Bruce, all of Tallahassee; one sister, Essie Pearl Dixon of Nashville; nine grandchildren; ten greatgrandchildren; and numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and loving friends, including her church family at Mt. Olive. Mother Louise Bennett Mr. Steve Knowles, age 64, died Thursday, May 2, 2013 at the Madison County Memorial Hospital in Madison. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m.. Friday, May 10, 2013, in Evergreen Cemetery, Greenville, with Rev. Gabe Krell ofciating. T. J. Beggs, Jr. & Sons, Madison, (850) 973-2258 is in charge of arrangements. He was born in Perry, to the late Johnny Steve and Jewel Wilson Knowles and had lived most of his life in Greenville and Cherry Lake. He was a diesel mechanic and was employed with Seminole Farms and Cherry Lake Farms in Madison County and Burton and Brooks Farms in Barney Ga. He loved to sh and hunt and listen to old country music. He would take the kids riding down dirt roads listening and singing to country music on the radio. He was a U. S. Army veteran during the Vietnam era, He was preceded in death by a daughter, Shelley Diane Knowles. He is survived by his wife, Beatrice English Knowles of Cherry Lake; a son, Johnny Knowles (Ashley Harville) of Madison, two daughters, Amy KnowlesJones (James) of Fayetteville, Ga., and Brandi Browning (Mike) of Madison; four sisters: Shirley Cox of Azle, Tex., Dora Cullers of Greenville, Ann Knowles of Lee, and Gayle Trouille of Monticello; three granddaughters, Kayla Knowles, Leara Jones, and Kayla Harville; a greagranddaughter, Aerabella Burns; and many nieces, nephews and other relatives.Steve Knowles

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Around Madison CountyMadison Enterprise-Recorder 5 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 10, 2013 Turn Back Time Way Back When Buried Treasures By Kristin FinneyGreene 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. May 14, 1943 Dr. J.A. Patterson, formerly of Cedar Key, arrived in the city this past week and has opened up a physicians ofc in the Davis building. A telegram received here Tuesday by his mother, Mrs. D.W. McLeod, from Rear Admiral Randall Jacobs, bore the news that Norman Hartford McLeod, rst class seaman, was missing as the result of an airplane crash in the performance of his duty in the service of his country. Recently, the young sailor had been stationed at the Galapagos Islands off the coast of Ecuador, but where he was at the time of the crash was not known. Pfc. Frank Jackson Hammock has returned to Ft. Jackson, S.C., Sunday after spending a seven-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.M. Hammock and relatives. He is serving in the Medical Corps. Cpl. Vernon B. McHargue, of Lovett, has been awarded the Silver Star for gallantry in action in North Africa. May 8, 1953 Technical Sgt. Claude H. Thigpen, of Greenville, received the Korean Commendation Medal. Mrs. Louise Bland was crowned the Fireball Queen at the recent annual Firemans Ball. Charlie Blue caught an 11-pound trout recently on Nuttall Rise. Shorty Jones was paddling the boat when the catch was made. A 2-C Francis Calvin Buchanan, son of Mr. and Mrs. R.P. Buchanan of Pinetta, has been selected to represent the 3550th Food Service Squadron in the Airman of the Month contest to be held at Moody Air Force Base, Valdosta, Ga. May 10, 1963 Mrs. C.M. Plant will spend Mothers Day weekend in Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Plant. Johnnie B. Tuten recently received his diploma from Massey Technical Institute in Electronics, Television and Radio. Mrs. T.C. Merchant, Jr. and Mrs. Kirby Reichmann are attending the training school held by the Presbyterian woman of the church. The Rev. Jack Shaw, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Madison, is attending the Southern Baptist Convention at Kansas City, Mo., this week. From the December 8, 1995 Enterprise Recorder.Greenville Baby Princess ContestNo matter how you sliced it, it was not to be an easy victory for anyone. The competitors were plagued by off and on rain and gusty winds during the practice round on Friday and the rst round of competition on Saturday. The eld was tough as well. 59 golfers from throughout north and central Florida represented more than a 20% increase over last years event. The course however, was in great shape, thanks to the continued and persistent efforts of Don Holley of Quitman, Ga. The format of the Pot Williams Golf Tournament is based on serious oneagainst-one competition, not team competition. This is our Masters, said tournament director John Haire, referring to the world famous Masters Golf Tournament held annually in Augusta, GA. This is when we do our best to recruit the best golfers from the region to compete at Madison Country Club. We also do our very best to make sure the course, swimming pool, banquet hall and pro shop are in the best condition possible. None were let down. Players and their guest were treated to a delicious wing dinner Friday evening and a delightful prime rib dinner Saturday evening. Tallahassees Jimmy Gillis had the dance oor full, performing a wide variety of tunes. Play on Saturday dictated how golfers would be matched for Sundays play. Competitors had the option of playing using their handicap for a net score (total strokes minus handicap equals total net score) or playing with no handicap deductions made. Golfers not using a handicap could potentially qualify for the Championship Flight, posting their nal gross scores with no adjustments. Sunday proved to be a beautiful day with temps in the low fties, near clear skies, and a pleasant breeze. It would be a day as near perfect as the scores that were shot during the day! Jason Jones won the tournament and the Championship Flight by shooting an amazing eight under par 64 for a two-day tournament total of 131. This score represents a new record for the Pot Williams. Clay Cantley placed second with a two-day total of 142 and Madisons Rocky Fraleigh nished a tight third, shooting a 143. First Flight winners included Mike Bailey, shooting a two-day total of 150, Mike Noreet landed second with a 156, and Reese Symonds nished third, also with a 156. Second Flight winners were Van Collins rst, with 156, John Haire second, also with 156, and Kevin Keith third, shooting a 163. Winning the Third Flight were Tommy Hayes, with a total score of 163, Buddy Beasley second, shooting a 170, and third place found Brett Maxwell shooting 171. Brian Tyler won the Fourth Flight with a handicapped adjusted score of 142, Nick Smith scored a 143 to nish second; and Keith Oslowski shot an adjusted score of 146 to nish third. In the Senior Flight, David Perkins of Palatka shot an adjusted 140 to take rst place, Bob Porch landed second, shooting a 144, and Edwin Browning of Madison placed third, shooting a 149. The Board of Directors and Membership of Madison Country Club would like to thank all of the players who participated and our primary sponsors, Madison County Community Bank, Tobacco Free Florida, and Madison Health Department. We also thank our tee sponsors, Citizens State Bank, Shelbys Restaurant & Catering, Stahl-Meyer Foods, One Scoop or Two Ice Cream & Pie, Jessica Webb Realtor, Gordon Tractor, Studstill Lumber, Rural Area Theatre, Prince Automotive of Valdosta, Johnson & Johnson, Madison Sporting Goods & Pawn, Madison Plumbing, Walts Live Oak Ford, Aarons Sales and Leasing, Stewart Automotive, Timberland Ford in Perry, and Morrow Insurance. Door prize sponsors included Tri-County Electric, Bank of America, Walts Live Oak Ford and Timberland Ford.Records Broken at 55th Annual Pot Williams Golf TournamentPhoto submittedJason Jones (left) shown with MCC Board Member Mike Noreet (right), set a new tournament record by scoring 67 on Saturday and 64 on Sunday for a 131 total score. Whats Going OnAround Town?Find Out With A Subscription to the Madison County Carrier & Enterprise-Recorder Visit Us Online:www.GreenePublishing.com $35In-County $45Out-of-County $25ePub Edition Name: ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Address: ______________________________________________________________________________________________ City: ______________________________________________________________________________________________ State: ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Zip: ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Email Address: ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Renewal: Yes No In or Out of County: In Out Mail filled out form and payment to: Greene Publishing, Inc. P.O. Drawer 772 Madison, FL 32341

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6 Madison Enterprise Recorder Madison Enterprise Recorder 7www.greenepublishing.com www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 10, 2013Wednesday, May 10, 2013 On Wednesday, May 15 at 2 p.m. Tracie Green, ARNP will be sharing her inspirational story through mime and dance. Tracie will speak about the enhancement to her life that a career in nursing has brought. Ms. Green is a registered nurse practitioner employed in Lake City, Florida at this time. She is continuing her studies to attain a Doctorate degree in nursing with plans to publish a book about her life in which she has overcome very difcult and personal challenges. Green will demonstrate her victory in a presentation entitled Its Inside You relating how faith in God has been instrumental in making her dreams come true. Please join us at Madison Health and Rehabilitation Center in the main Dining Room for a delightful and inspiring time. Refreshments will be served after the presentation.Guest Speaker, Tracie Green to Speak at Madison Health and Rehabilitation CenterPhoto SubmittedTracie Green, ARNP, will speak at Madison Health and Rehabilitation Center on May 15. Health Department Finalizes PlanStory submitted The Florida Department of Health in Madison County is engaged in the Community Health Improvement Planning process. The department met Tuesday, April 30, with partners from various community sectors to nalize a Community Health Improvement Plan, a long-term, systematic effort to address public health problems on the basis of the results of community health assessment activities and the community health improvement process. The issues targeted are: obesity, healthy lifestyles, injury prevention and education, maternal & child health, and education & empowerment. This plan can be used by health and other governmental education and human service agencies, in collaboration with community partners, to set priorities and coordinate resources. The benets to the community of having this plan is that it provides justication for certain public health initiatives, supports community funding proposals, and for attracting other resources toward building programs that improve the overall quality of life of the community. For more information, please call the Madison County Health Department at (850) 973-5000.

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8 Madison Enterprise-Recorder www.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 10, 2013 Mothers Day Mothers Day Spotlight: Kay HarrisBy Kristin Finney Greene Publishing, Inc. To say that being a mother takes patience is a true understatement. Kay Harris, mother of two sons, knows this fact very well. Harris is the mother of Benjamin Wade Harris (Heather) and Williams Price Harris (Nichole). She also has five grandchildren, and while she says she struggled to have patience with her sons, she has all the patience in the world for her grandchildren: Stephani, Lane, Carter, Samuel and Asher. Kay and her husband, Ben, had children later than most back in that day. After hearing horror stories from their friends, they prayed a long time about having children. They waited five years after getting married to have kids. The early years of motherhood were very difficult because Ben traveled a lot. But he has always been a wonderful father, even when he was out of town. I like to preach that it should be fathers, then mothers day, or celebrate the two together, because he is the most wonderful husband and we are a great team, Kay explained. When asked about her favorite part of being a mother, she says that she could go on and on. The joy of watching them grow up is pr obably the best. I used to pray over them that they would go in wisdom, stature and favor with God, which is out of the book of Matthew. And God answered my prayers. I now pray this prayer over my grandchildren as well. Kay has many fond memories of each of her boys, but she shared some of her favorite stories of each of them. She recalls Price challenging her all the time about going to Scunday School [Sunday School] when he was around 2 years old. One particular time she recalled, We were on the stairwell heading to Sunday School and he says to me, Momma I not go. So I looked at him and said, Price, who is mother? And he thought about it for a while, then said, You. Then I asked, Who is child? And he thought for a while. Then I said, Whos in charge. And he said, You. Little did I know that the whole Sunday School group had been listening. They all started cheering after that. She also recalled when Wade was going into the second grade, praying that he would get good teachers. She recalled that not long after school started, Wades teacher started missing school a lot. Kay was getting antsy, wondering how this had happened after all of the praying she did. At the end of the school year, we had all of our childrens teachers over to eat. We liked to do that each year. Well this teacher had came back to school around the end of the year, and when she came to my house to eat she told me that she had had cancer all year. She then told, I appreciate having Wade in my class. He is different from the others. Because of him I have come to know Jesus. I am so blessed to have him as my son. While motherhood might not always be easy, with patience, and the help of the Lord, Kay Harris has raised two wonderful sons whom she loves more than anything. Photo submittedKay Harris is seen with her family. SpecialMOTHERS DAYPurchase a Strand of Freshwater Pearls and Receive a FREE Pair of Pearl Stud Earrings. www.girardinjewelers.com Photo SubmittedKay and Ben Harris have been married for many years and have two wonderful sons.

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ChurchMadison Enterprise-Recorder 9 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 10, 2013 AtMadison First Baptist ChurchSubmitted By Judy PhillipsGuest Columnist Bro. Gabe reminded us Sunday that if you feed them, they will come. And it seems as if we are fellowshipping around the table every Sunday this month. In a recent devotion by Max Lucado I read, Something holy happens around a dinner table that will never happen in a sanctuary. In a church auditorium you see the backs of heads. Around the table you see the expression of faces. The JOY, Just Older Youth, choir called us to worship with a new arrangement of an old hymn, Wonderful Words of Life. During the time of praise we sang a medley of familiar old hymns. The JOY choir special was Yes, I Know. Bro. Gabe and Bro. Jim recognized Sandra Shannon the church secretary for 15 years of service. Many thanks, Sandra, for a job well done. Bro. Gabe challenged us from Psalm 71:17-19. O God, You have taught me from my youth; And to this day I declare Your wondrous works. Now also when I am old and gray headed, O God, do not forsake me, Until I declare Your strength to this generation, Your power to everyone who is to come. Also Your righteousness, O God, is very high, You who have done great things; O God, who is like You? This is a prayer of an elderly man to God praising Him for teaching him from his youth and begging God not to forsake him in his old age. The elderly man wanted to share his testimony even in his old age. Although senior adults today have seen more changes than any other generation, God still expects us to redeem the times and ministry when and where we are. And then give God the glory for His greatness for who is like Him? It reminds me of a hymn, May All Who Come Behind Us Find Us Faithful. Mothers Day Breakfast ~ May 12 to be hosted by the combined youth groups: The youth groups have planned a special breakfast in honor of all our mothers. Husbands and children are included in the invitation as well. We ask that you please sign up to let us know how many will be attending. You may sign the sheet on the secretarys ofce door or call the church ofce. The leader for this event is Melanie Parks. Graduate Sunday ~ May 19 We will be honoring our graduates on Sunday, May 19th, during the worship time and would like to include those graduating from high school or college. If you will be graduating from college, please list the school and degree you are receiving. We also need to know how many of your family will attend the luncheon at Shelbys following the morning worship service with you. Please call or email this information to us as soon as possible. May is the Month for RememberingFunny momentsspecial momentsembarrassing momentsdiamond momentsand precious moments You may not realize it, but you are a rich person. Yes, you! You possess a huge vault brimming with treasure, and you can withdraw assets from this vault whenever you want at absolutely no cost. Where is this vault? It is inside the caverns of your heart and mind. And what treasure resides there? Memories. James said in his book (1:17), Every good and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of lights, with whom there is no variableness or shadow of turning. Memory is one of those perfect gifts. Memories are pictures of past events and people that can powerfully affect your present and future. There are those funny memories that make you laugh, even now. Go ahead, remember, and laugh. Then there are those embarrassing memories that ash through your mind at the oddest times, causing you to blush. I see that red slipping up on your neck. But there are certain kinds of memories that glisten like diamonds. They remind you that life is rich with meaning and purpose that you matter to other people and that other people matter to you. Memories of special moments when love was exchanged and cherished, when a signicant relationship took a big step forward (marriage) when delicious laughter cheered your soul these precious memories are waiting for you to pick them up, dust them off, and bring them to life again. So when your heart is heavy or youre feeling all alone, open the doorgo ahead. Dig in. Make all the withdrawals you want. You cant deplete the supply. In fact, you may nd that you are so rich you can loan some of your wealth to others. Paul reminds us in Philippians 4:8. I want you to think about whatever is true. Think about things that are noble or rightthings that are pure and lovely. Reect upon admirable qualities and memories. Remember whatever is excellent or praiseworthy. Love, Your God of every good and perfect gift. Oops, look out you got a little gold dust on your smile. The staff at First Baptist is ready to serve you in any way they can. The church ofce hours are 9 a. m 4 p.m., Monday Friday. The ofce phone number is 9732547 or you can reach the church secretary by email at 1stbaptistofce@gmail.com. We also have a website, madisonfbc.net, that is regularly updated. Our pastor can be reached at gabekrell@yahoo.com. Jim Carey, our music minister can be reached at muzicman123@gmail.com. See you Sunday morning for family breakfast at 9 a.m. with Sunday school following at 9:45 a.m. where we have classes for nursery through senior adults. Worship begins at 11 a.m. when we will honor the Lord. And then we will honor the Mothers in the congregation. Make your plans now to attend. Do you know where Faith Baptist Church is? I have found more than one person who has no idea where Faith is located, while still others have simply forgotten about Faith. Therefore we are inviting each of you to join us and Discover Faith at our 2013 Spring Revival. The Revival will begin Friday, May 17th with a 7 p.m. service. We will then hold services on Saturday Evening at 7 p.m. and conclude with a Sunday Morning Service at 11 a.m. Our speaker on Friday Evening will be Pastor Gabriel Krell of the Madison First Baptist Church, on Saturday our speaker will be Pastor Sammy Heirs of Lee First Baptist Church and Sunday Morning our speaker will be Brother Dean Spivey of Pinetta First Baptist Church. In addition we have special music planned for each service, but why wait? Instead I invite you to rediscover Faith this Sunday. Sunday School begins at 9:45 a.m. and our Morning Worship Service begins at 11 a.m. So plan now to come home and rediscover Faith. Revival Begins May 17 At Faith Baptist Scouts are saving aluminum cans, bottles, and other items to be recycled. Proceeds will be used to cripple children. The outreach committee has enlisted 25 visitors to make calls on people who are not afflicted with any church.The Ladies Bible Study will be held Thursday morning at 10. All ladies are invited to lunch in the Fellowship Hall after the B.S. is done. Send us your church bulletin bloopers to: news@greenepublishing.com. Please include the name and location of church.

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By Fran Hunt Special to Greene Publishing, Inc. The Madison County Cowboys manned the eld in the rst round of District on April 23, and faced off against Taylor County. The Cowboys downed their opponent for a 5-1 win. Madison outscored Taylor 2-1 in the rst inning, added another two runs in the fourth inning, and brought in an additional run in the seventh inning for the win. As a team, at the plate, the Cowboys had a batting average of .250, with 34 plate appearances, 28 at-bats, ve runs, seven hits, three RBIs, two doubles, ve walks, nine strikeouts, one hit by pitch, one reach on error, one elders choice, an on base percentage of .382, a slugging average of .321, and four stolen bases. On April 25, the Madison County Cowboys went into the District Final against Florida State University (FSU), and the Cowboys attacked the Seminoles for a 9-3 victory, to stand 16-9 on the season. FSU drew rst blood, bringing in one run, but the Cowboys answered in the third inning, bringing in four runs. The Cowboys then outscored FSU, 2-1 in the sixth inning, and 3-1 in the seventh inning for the title. As a team, at the plate, the Cowboys carried a .250 batting average, with 34 plate appearances, 28 at-bats, nine runs, seven hits, seven RBIs, three doubles, one homerun, four walks, 11 strikeouts, two hit by pitches, one reach on error, one elders choice, an on base percentage of .382, a slugging average of .464, and two stolen bases. DJ McKnight had a batting average of .500, with four plate appearances, two at-bats, three runs, one hit, one double, two walks, one strikeout, an on base percentage of .750, a slugging average of 1.000, and one stolen base. Akevious Williams had a batting average of .250, with four plate appearances, four at-bats, one hit, one RBI, one double, one strikeout, one elders choice, an on base percentage of .250, and a slugging average of .500. Jake Latner had batting average of .500, with four plate appearances, two atbats, one run, one hit, one RBI, one walk, one hit by pitch, an on base percentage of .750, and a slugging average of .500. Taylor Howell had a batting average of .250, with four plate appearances, four at-bats, one run, one hit, two RBIs, one double, one strikeout, an on base percentage of .250, a slugging average of .500, and one stolen base. Cody Langer had a batting average of .000, with one plate appearance, one at-bat, one strikeout, and an on base percentage and a slugging average of .000. Chad Oliver had a batting average of .000, with three plate appearances, two at-bats, one run, one walk, one reach on error, an on base percentage of .333, and a slugging average of .000. Jarrod Burns had a batting average of .250, with four plate appearances, four at-bats, one hit, one RBI, two strikeouts, and an on base percentage and a slugging average of .250. Brandon Hammond had a batting average of .000, with two plate appearances, two at-bats, one strikeout, and an on base percentage and a slugging average of .000. Zack Money 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 e of .250. Patrick Bowen had a batting average of .333, with four plate appearances, three at-bats, two runs, one hit, two RBIs, one homerun, one strikeout, one hit by pitch, an on base percentage of .500, and a slugging average of 1.333. On the eld, the Cowboys carried a elding percentage of 1.0-00, with 25 total chances, 21 putouts, four assists, and one runner caught attempting to steal base. McKnight had a elding percentage of 1.000, with three total chances, and there putouts. Williams had a elding percentage of 1.000, with four total chances, and four putouts. Latner had a elding percentage of 1.000, with three total chances, three putouts, and one runner caught attempting to steal base. Howell had a elding percentage of 1.000, with one total chance, and one assist. Oliver had a elding percentage of 1.000, with three total chances, two putouts, and one assist. Burns had a elding percentage of 1.000, with one total chance, and one assist. Money had a elding percentage of 1.000, with six total chances, ve putouts, and one assist. Bowen had a elding percentage of 1.000, with four total chances, and four putouts. On the mound, Howell had an earned run average of 3.00, with seven innings pitched, eight hits, three runs, two walks, three strikeouts, 30 batters faced, 27 at-bats, a batting average of .296, an on base percentage of .367, one hit by pitch, and one stolen base, on 97 pitches. Head Coach Terry Barrs would like to thank his coaching staff, the Cowboys Baseball Program sponsors, the school, community, and the many behindthe-scenes volunteers that have made this program a success. He and his staff are extremely proud of this team as they have fought through adversity and have come out as winners. Even though the Cowboys fell a little short against Pensacola Catholic, voted #1 in USA Today poll, they played an excellent game, ghting pitch for pitch for the full seven innings. Sports10Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 10, 2013 Announcing a new name for Progress Energy. Look for our new name and logo in your bills and other places. No other aspect of your service or account is changing. Although our name has changed, our commitment to you and the communities we serve remains the same. So you can count on us for reliable electricity every time you ip the switch. Learn more at duke-energy.com/newname Duke Energy CorporationProgress Energy now has a new name: Duke Energy. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald GreeneFront row, left to right: Jake Latner, Ethan Sevor, Nic Tyson, Alex Tyson, Jerry Jackson, Head Coach Terry Barrs, Chad Oliver, Brandon Hammond, Wayne Driggers and Drew Richardson. 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By Fran Hunt Special to Greene Publishing, Inc. The Aucilla Christian Academy varsity Lady Warriors faced off against Munroe on the diamond on April 18, and the Lady Warriors conquered the District Championship title with a 14-3 win to the ve-inning game, to now stand 14-4 on the season. As a team, at the plate, the Lady Warriors had 30 plate appearances, 28 at-bats, 14 runs, 13 hits, 14 RBIs, one walk, four strikeouts, ve doubles, one sacrice y, three reach on errors, and one stolen base. Pamela Watt had four plate appearances, four at-bats, two runs, three hits, two RBIs, one double, and one reach on error. Michaela Metcalfe had four plate appearances, three at-bats, two runs, one hit, three RBIs, one sacrice y, one reach on error, and one stolen base. Kelly Horne had four plate appearances, four at-bats, three runs, three hits, four RBIs, and two doubles. Ashley Scholl had three plate appearances, three at-bats, one run, three hits, one RBI, and one double. Whitney McKnight had three plate appearances, three at-bats, and one RBI. Whitney Stevens had three plate appearances, three at-bats, one run, one RBI, one strikeout, and one reach on error. Hadley Revell had three plate appearances, two at-bats, two runs, one hit, one RBI, one walk, and one strikeout. Carly Joiner had three plate appearances, three at-bats, two runs, two hits, one RBI, and one double. Taylor Copeland had three plate appearances, three at-bats, one run, and two strikeouts. On the eld, the Lady Warriors had 24 total chances, six assists, 15 putouts, three errors, and a elding percentage of .875. Metcalfe had seven total chances, seven putouts, and a elding percentage of 1.000. Copeland had two total chances, one putout, one error, and a elding percentage of .500. Stevens had two total chances, two assists, and a elding percentage of 1.000. McKnight had seven total chances, six putouts, one error, and a elding percentage of .875. Watt had two total chances, two assists, and a elding percentage of 1.000. Horne had three total chances, one assist, one putout, one error, and a elding percentage of .667. Scholl had one total chance, one assist, and a elding percentage of 1.000. On the mound, Stevens pitched ve innings, had 15 outs, 21 batters faced, 54 total strikes, 24 total balls, three hits, three runs, eight strikeouts, six ground outs, and two y outs, on 78 pitches. Sports/FarmMadison Enterprise-Recorder 11 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 10, 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 May 10 May 16, 2013 Friday May 10 *1:10 AM 7:20 AM *1:20 PM 7:30 PM Saturday May 11 *1:45 AM 8:00 AM *1:10 PM 8:20 PM Sunday May 12 *2:40 AM 8:50 AM *3:10 PM 9:20 PM Monday May 13 *3:30 AM 9:40 PM *3:55 PM 10:10 PM Tuesday May 14 *4:30 AM 10:30 AM *4:45 PM 11:00 PM Wednesday May 15 *5:20 AM 11:30 AM *5:50 PM 11:45 PM Thursday May 16 *6:10 AM 12:20 PM *6:30 PM Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced at the National Pheasant Fest and Quail Classic that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will conduct a fourweek general sign-up for the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), beginning May 20 and ending on June 14. CRP has a 27-year legacy of protecting the nation's natural resources through voluntary participation, while providing signicant economic and environmental benets to rural communities across the United States. Under Secretary Vilsack's leadership, USDA has enrolled 11.7 million acres in various CRP efforts. "Since the 1980s, the CRP program has established itself as a benchmark in voluntary conservation efforts, providing American producers with assets to address our most critical resource issues," said Vilsack. "Last year, during one of the worst droughts in generations, the CRP proved vital in protecting our most environmentally sensitive lands from erosion. Emergency haying and grazing on CRP lands also supplied critical feed and forage for livestock producers due to the drought. And the program continues to bring substantial returns to rural areas, attracting recreation and tourism dollars into local economies while sustaining natural and wildlife habitat for future generations." Additional sign-ups for continuous CRP programs-such as Highly Erodible Land Initiative and Initiative to Restore Grasslands, Wetlands and Wildlife-will be announced in spring 2013. Currently, about 27 million acres are enrolled in CRP, which is a voluntary program available to agricultural producers to help them safeguard environmentally sensitive land. Producers enrolled in CRP plant long-term, resource-conserving covers to improve the quality of water, control soil erosion and enhance wildlife habitat. Contracts on 3.3 million acres of CRP are set to expire on Sept. 30, 2013. Producers with expiring contracts or producers with environmentally sensitive land are encouraged to evaluate their options under CRP. Producers that are accepted in the sign-up can receive cost-share assistance to plant long-term, resource-conserving covers and receive an annual rental payment for the length of the contract (10-15 years). Producers also are encouraged to look into CRP's other enrollment opportunities offered on a continuous, non-competitive, signup basis and that often provide additional nancial assistance. Continuous sign-up dates will be announced at a later date. Over the past 27 years, farmers, ranchers, conservationists, hunters, shermen and other outdoor enthusiasts have made CRP one of the largest and most important USDA efforts. CRP continues to make major contributions to national efforts to improve water and air quality, and to prevent soil erosion by protecting the most sensitive areas including those prone to ash ooding and runoff. CRP has also helped increase populations of pheasants, quail, ducks, and rare species, like the sage grouse, the lesser prairie chicken, and other grassland birds. Highlights of CRP include: CRP has restored more than two million acres of wetlands and two million acres of riparian buffers; Each year, CRP keeps more than 600 million pounds of nitrogen and more than 100 million pounds of phosphorous from owing into our nation's streams, rivers, and lakes. CRP provides $1.8 billion annually to landowners-dollars that make their way into local economies, supporting small businesses and creating jobs; and CRP is the largest private lands carbon sequestration program in the country. By placing vulnerable cropland into conservation, CRP sequesters carbon in plants and soil, and reduces both fuel and fertilizer usage. In 2012, CRP resulted in carbon sequestration equal to taking about nine million cars off the road. The Obama Administration is leading a host of federal agencies in the America's Great Outdoors initiative to develop a 21st century conservation agenda and reconnect Americans to the outdoors. At the same time, USDA continues to enroll a record number of acres of private working lands in conservation programs, working with more than 500,000 farmers and ranchers to implement conservation practices that clean the air we breathe, lter the water we drink, and prevent soil erosion. Since 2009, USDA has enrolled more than 50 million acres into the Conservation Stewardship Program to incentivize the most productive, benecial conservation practices. And USDA's work in the Chesapeake Bay watershed, the Mississippi River Basin, and Gulf of Mexico are among 19 initiatives applying the most effective conservation practices to increase agricultural and environmental returns. USDA science is also helping to focus work in areas to reduce problematic nutrients making it to rivers and streams by as much as 45 percent. For more information on CRP and other FSA programs, visit a local FSA service center or www.fsa.usda.gov. USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer. To le a complaint of discrimination, write: USDA, Ofce of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, Ofce of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Ave., SW, Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call (866) 632-9992 (Toll-free Customer Service), (800) 877-8339 (Local or Federal relay), (866) 377-8642 (Relay voice users).USDA Announces 45th General Sign-Up for the Conservation Reserve ProgramThe Florida Farm Bureau Federation is seeking applications for its Young Farmers and Ranchers Achievement Award Program. The award program is designed to recognize young farmers and ranchers who are between the ages of 18 and 35 and have excelled in their farming/ranching operations and possess excellent leadership skills. Ideal candidates for the honor include an individual or couple deriving a majority of income from production agriculture. Contestants will be evaluated on a combination of farming operation growth and nancial progress, Farm Bureau leadership and participation in community service. Judges will be looking for excellence in management, leadership development and the scope of the enterprise and initiative displayed by the applicants. Applications must be submitted by Friday, May 31. Winners will be announced at the Florida Farm Bureau Annual Meeting in Ponte Vedra Beach in October. Winners will receive a new Chevrolet Silverado truck, courtesy of Southern Farm Bureau Life Insurance, as well as an all-expense-paid trip to the 2014 American Farm Bureau Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Tex., where they will represent Florida in the national YF&R competition. Applicants should visit www.oridafarmbureau.org/programs/young_farmers_ranchers/contests Top Young Farmers Compete For Statewide AwardYoung Farmers and Ranchers Achievement Award Program application deadline nearsLady Warriors Win District Championship

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By Lynette Norris Greene Publishing, Inc. They have performed at the White House, both at the inauguration of President Obama, and again just recently, at the White House Christmas Celebration where they were the only choral group invited. They have performed at the Kennedy Center and St. Peters Basilica in Rome. Friday, May 3, they performed in the Madison County Central School gym, where MCCS students were treated to music, choreography, and a heaping portion of Bronco Pride three of the choir members are former MCCS students. That these three, Kammeron Joseph (who is also a Take Stock In Children Scholarship student), Xavier Dobson and Cantrell Davis, are hard-working and dedicated is quite apparent, since, as director Earle Lee, Jr., told the audience, they must travel to Tallahassee several times a week to make rehearsals, with a group whose motto is No Excuses. No excuses, Lee told the MCCS students, when speaking of the requirements the members had to meet in order to be a part of this group. Dont bring em. Dont want to hear em. The Boys Choir of Tallahassee is a communitybased choral group whose goals are not only musical excellence, but academic excellence as well. The members, ages eight to 18, also attend required study hall in addition to rehearsals. Explaining the groups three core principles, choral director Lee spoke of Discipline, apparent in the smooth, orderly way the choir members moved quickly on and off stage, and responded to the director; Music, delivered in pleasing harmony and with attention to detail; and Love, a concern for each other that knows when to say no to a friend to pull him back from trouble. The well-rehearsed singing included a wide range of songs such as America the Beautiful, Gracias a la Vida, a Spanish-language song from Chile, and Precious Lord, Take My Hand with added lyrics that included words and phrases from Dr. Martin Luther Kings I Have A Dream speech. There were also fun numbers like No Bad News from the movie, The Wiz, which incorporated a little choreographed staging into a high-energy, crowd-pleasing musical vignette. It takes a lot of hard work and long hours of rehearsals to make something look and sound so good, and the Boys Choir of Tallahassee is up to the challenge. Hats off to all the performers, but especially to Madisons own Kammeron Joseph, Xavier Dobson and Cantrell Davis, for their talent, hard work and performance. School12Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 10, 2013 Boys Choir of Tallahassee Performs for MCCS Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Lynette Norris, May 3, 2013On the Bronco Pride stage, the Boys Choir of Tallahassee performs at Madison County Central School.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Lynette Norris, May 3, 2013Former MCCS students Kammeron Joseph, Xavier Dobson and Cantrell Davis take a turn in the spotlight.

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By Lynette Norris Greene Publishing, Inc. After some discussion, the Madison County School Board voted to begin work on the weight room facility at Madison County High School as soon as the school year nishes up at the end of May. Equipment for the weight room has already come in and is being stored in other areas of the school, and the projected timeline for the facility calls for it to be completed by September, when the 2013-2014 school year begins. Another project, renovating and upgrading the concession stand at the football eld, adding some square footage and increasing the number of restrooms to bring it up to code and into compliance with the ADA, was originally scheduled to begin in May as well. However, the work timeline projected that even if construction began immediately, it could not be completed until October, halfway through the high schools football season. Some board members discussed delaying the project until after December, when the Cowboy football season was over, then beginning work in January, when the stadium would not be so heavily used. Even with baseball, softball and tennis going on in the spring, the concession stand would not be used nearly as much, and past projects at the school had shown that construction projects during the school year could be worked around class schedules and student trafc. The total cost for the weight room is approximately $90,000, and the concession stand work is estimated at approximately $200,000. The Class of 66 has made a sizable contribution toward the expense of the concession stand, and Andy Barnes, Director of Finance, added that the district was looking at other ways to pare down the cost even further, mostly by reducing the number of restrooms. Superintendent Doug Brown said that he was also trying to solicit donations from other sources to add to the contribution from the Class of 66. School Board member VeEtta Hagan said she thought the board had agreed at their last workshop to form a committee to solicit donations, rather than having one person responsible for fundraising, and asked why the concession stand project was being delayed yet again, when it had been approved last year, and everyone had agreed that it was in the best interest of the general publics health and safety. Why is the weight room taking precedence? she asked. Board member Kenny Hall replied that the concession stand had to be delayed last year because the district had to do the science lab, and the proposal to delay the project this year was due to the fact that it couldnt be nished before football season. Football fans would have to make their way past construction equipment and use porta-potties for the rst half of the season. I know something needs to be done, but the equipment came in for the weight room, Hall said. His proposal was to do the weight room rst so the equipment could be moved out of other rooms, then move on to the concession stand after football season was over. Superintendent Brown stated that with the extra time, he believed the concession stand project had a real chance of soliciting more donations, using a committee to do the work per Hagans reminder, because the stand would have space for advertising and listing contributors names. Barnes added that by delaying the concession stand until after December, the expense could go on next years capital outlay budget. Our 148th Year, Number 36 Friday, May 10, 2013 Madison, Floridawww.greenepublishing.com Since 1865, Telling It Like It Is And Defending The Peasant's Right To Know Index1 Section, 14 Pages Local WeatherVeiwpoints 2 From Page One3 Obituaries 4 Around Madison5 Nurses Day 6-7 Mothers Day 8 School 12 Classieds/Legals 13 5 to 6 month old male beagle mix found near Dianthus and Delphinium. Call (850) 929-2084 School Board Discusses Athletic Facilities at MCHSSuperintendent Doug Brown Madison County Sheriff Ben Stewart reports that on Monday, May 6, the Madison County Sheriffs Ofce Interstate Criminal Enforcment (I.C.E.) team stopped a 2006 Dodge Charger for committing two trafc violations on Interstate 10 in Madison County. The Charger was driven by Mark Joseph Grittner of Boynton Beach and occupied by passengers Courtney A. Baethke of Lake Worth and Kevin Joseph Carbone, also of Boynton Beach. As Deputies approached the Charger a strong odor of marijuana was detected. Deputies completed enforcement actions for the trafc violations then conducted a probable cause search of the Charger and all occupants. During the search, deputies located numerous glass vials containing cocaine, numerous plastic bags containing marijuana and a plastic bag containing several ecstasy and oxycodone pills. Further search discovered more than 100 empty plastic bags consistent with the size and type commonly used to package cocaine and marijuana for sale along with two digital scales that contained cocaine residue. The various narcotics were concealed throughout the vehicle and on the occupants persons. The narcotics and paraphernalia was processed and collected. Grittner, Baethke and Carbone were each arrested without incident. The Dodge Charger was seized in accordance with the Florida Contraband Forfeiture Act. Arrested and charged were: Mark Joseph Grittner, Courtney A. Baethke, and Kevin Joseph Carbone. All were charged with possession of cocaine with intent to sell, possession of marijuana, possession of Ecstasy/MDMA, possession of a controlled substance / Oxycodone and possession of drug paraphernalia.Three Arrested In Madison On Drug Charges Courtney Baethke Mark Grittner Kevin Carbone By Lynette Norris Greene Publishing, Inc. The month of May is traditionally one of the busiest months for the school year, with summer vacation fast approaching and all the things that need to be nished and tied up before the last day of school. It is also a month of celebrations, as School Superintendent Doug Brown pointed out at the close of the school board meeting. There are graduations for students moving on to the next level and awards ceremonies for highachievers and those who have done consistently well throughout the previous year, and Brown urged all the school board members to attend as many of those events as possible. May 6 10 is also National Teacher Appreciation Week, a time for teachers to be honored and celebrated for the hard work they do educating the next generation of society. Of course, any time is a good time for a parent to thank a childs teacher, but National Teacher Appreciation Week is especially appropriate, since it brings public recognition to an often underrated and overlooked profession. Speaking of special celebrations, the MCHS Girls Softball Teams victory in their Monday night game put them in the running for the state champi-School Board: Month of CelebrationsThe Suwannee River League of Cities met on Thursday, April 11, for the quarterly Board of Directors Meeting and General Membership Dinner. The meeting was held at Divine Events in Madison. Florida League of Cities President Manny Marono addressed the membership regarding the FLC pension reform efforts and meetings with legislators over the past year. He also spoke of the need for all Florida cities to come together and work to protect each citys ability to make decisions best for its community. The SRLC Municipal Ofcial of the Year honors an elected municipal ofcial for their leadership, exceptional civic commitment, public outreach and service to their municipality during the past year. This years recipient, Mayor Helen Miller of White Springs, hasSuwannee River League of Cities Hosts Quarterly MeetingFront row (L to R) Sonny Nobles, Manny Marono, Cheryl Nekola, Shirley Clark, Helen Miller and Doug McNicol. Back row (L to R), Jim Catron, Walter McKenzie, Jacob Grantham and Gerald Hethcoat.Photo submitted Madison County Sheriff Ben Stewart reports that on Tuesday April 30, Madison County Sheriffs Ofce I.C.E. Team stopped a 2013 Chrysler 200 for committing a trafc violation on Interstate 10 in Madison County. The Chrysler was driven by Alex Leon Price of Whigham, Ga. and occupied by passenger Tiresias Darnell Anderson of Cairo, Ga. While taking enforcement action for the trafc offense deputiesGeorgia Man Arrested For Drug Possession Alex Leon Price By Lazaro Aleman Special to Greene Publishing, Inc. Rainfall averages across the Suwannee River Water Management District (SRWMD) were mixed during March, with certain areas receiving below their long-term averages and others receiving typical totals for the time of year. So indicates the latest hydrologic conditions report from the SRWMD. The report shows the average rainfall across the district in March was 2.96 inches, which is 64 percent of the long-term March average of 4.52 inches. Meanwhile, the average rainfall for the 12-month period ending March 31 was 60.87 inches, or 6.26 inches higher than the long-term average of 54.61 inches. The gures show Madison County received 3.86 inches in March, compared with the March average of 4.36 inches. Madison County received 59.29 inches during the last 12 months, or 102 percent of the annual normal. Jefferson County, meanwhile, received 3.73 inches of rainfall in March, compared with the March average of 5.72 inches. The county received 57.39 inches of rainfall during the last 12 months, or 102 percent of the annual normal. River levels generally rose and then fell steadily after cresting, with late month storms in South Georgia causing slight rises in ows at the end of the month. The Aucilla River, for its part, remained at or above ood stage throughout the month. Lake levels, for their part, remained stable throughout the month, with the exception of Snead Smokehouse Lake, which rose to its highest level since Tropical Storm Fay in 2008. Rainfall V aries Across District During Mar ch Please See Athletic on Page 3 Please See School Board on Page 3 Please See Suwannee River on Page 3 Please See Arrested on Page 3 Please See Rainfall on Page 3Lost Dog Found

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I had just left the sanctuary of Beulah Baptist Church, when I saw him. It had been maybe eight or nine years since we had seen each other and I had written a story on Anthony Beckham and his Power Unlimited team for the newspaper at the time. His wife, Jennifer, was speaking at Beulah later that evening and he had a box of her books and DVDs in his huge arms. Hey, Anthony, I said and immediately he and I began talking about when we had last seen each other, as well as Madison County High School Cowboy and Florida State University Seminole football. We also talked about the NFL draft, which had seen former Madison County High running back Chris Thompson drafted by the Washington Redskins that every day. Anthony recalled having Chris and his then middle school teammate Jacobbi McDaniel go onstage with Power Unlimited back then. (Jacobbi took a redshirt this year at Florida State and will return for the 2013 season.)` Anthony and Jennifer Beckham have ministries that include outreaches to children. Anthony and Jennifer travel with a team called Power Unlimited and Anthony and his fellow Power Unlimited members rip Jacksonville phone books. They break chains. They bend steel. Jennifer and Anthony both share the message of hope in Jesus Christ and talk about self-esteem. A former Disney princess, Jennifer has a separate ministry where she speaks mostly to groups of women across the United States. She may be speaking to a group of 15,000 business executives one day and be in the little town of Lee, Florida the next speaking to a group of 40 people. Known as Rev. Hardbody, Anthony is 100 percent drug free and he sports 20-inch biceps and can bench press 465 pounds. He grew up in poverty in front of a junkyard in Zolfo Springs, Florida. Though he grew up, surrounded by violence, drugs and alcohol, Anthony sought something higher for himself and others. Saved at 11 years old at a Vacation Bible School, thanks to a Sunday School bus ministry, Anthony began helping other friends see the love of Christ in him when he would give advice to those who sought it from him by backing up the advice with Scripture. When Anthony and I spoke last Saturday evening, I was amazed at the memory that the man had. His wife gave an excellent program that had me and several of my friends at the altar. (I went to pray for a family member who needed it. Im not sure why the others were there, but God knows their needs) My talk with Anthony, which may have went on for 20 or 30 minutes more after his wifes service ended will be forever etched in my memory. It was a conversation with a great friend and with a great Christian. I hope that we see each other again before another eight years passes by. Viewpoints & Opinions2Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 10, 2013 The MadisonEnterprise-Recorder PublisherEmerald GreeneEditorKristin FinneySenior Staff WriterJacob BembryStaff WriterLynette NorrisGraphic DesignersSteven Godfrey, Amanda RodriguezAdvertising Sales RepresentativesJeanette 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. Periodicals postage PAID at Madison Post Ofce 32340. Publication No. 177.400. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Madison Enterprise-Recorder P.O. Drawer 772, Madison, FL 32341-0772.This newspaper reserves the right to reject any advertisement, news matter or subscriptions that, in the opinion of the management, will not be for the best interest of the county and/or the owners of this newspaper, and to investigate any advertisement submitted.All photos given to Greene Publishing Inc. for publication in this newspaper must be picked up no later than 6 months from the date they are dropped off. Greene Publishing Inc. will not be responsible for photos beyond said deadline.P.O. Box 772 Madison, FL 32341 1695 South SR 53 Madison, FL 32340 (850) 973-4141 Fax: (850) 973-4121 greenepub@greenepublishing.com www.greenepublishing.com Jacobs LadderJacob BembryColumnistCatching Up With Anthony Beckham 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 Conservative Corner Conservative CornerBy Claudia Anderson, Madison County Republican ClubMadison County Whether you are trying to control high blood pressure or working to reduce your risk of high blood, following the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH), is a prove meal plan to lower blood pressure. May is National High Blood Pressure Education Month, so lets talk about proven strategies that will help reduce high blood pressure. Consumers are often confused by products on the market that claim to reduce blood pressure and many over the counter products are not researched and proven to be affective. A researched based meal pattern that have proven to reduce blood pressure is the DASH meal plan. Conducted in the early 90s, DASH was a scientic dietary study to determine if a diet plan without medication could reduce blood pressure. The study was funded by the National Institute of Health and conducted at Harvard, Duke, John Hopkins and Louisiana State University. Results showed that both men and women eating the DASH plan experienced a signicant drop in both their systolic and diastolic blood pressure readings. The DASH eating plan emphasizes fresh fruit and vegetables and low fat dairy products. It is moderate in total fat and low in saturated fat and cholesterol. It also includes whole grains, poultry, sh and nut. It also recommends reducing salt and sodium intake. Starting on the DASH eating plan is easy. It requires no special foods and no recipes to follow. Here are some tips to help you get started: Make gradual changes like adding a serving of fruit or vegetables at lunch and dinner. Gradually increase your intake of fat free and low fat dairy products to 3 servings a day. If you eat large portions of meat, cut them back by a half or third at each meal. It only takes 6 oz. of meat each day to meet your protein requirements so eat less. Three to four ounces. are equal to the size of a deck of playing cards. Try two or more meatless meals each week. A combination of a grain and bean will give you the same eight essential amino acids of meat or chicken. Try serving casseroles and stir-fry dishes, which have more vegetables, grains and dry beans. Eat baked or grilled sh during the week, but limit bottled marinades, they are often high in sodium. Eat fresh fruit, raw vegetables, or low fat and fat free yogurt for snacks. Use herbs and spices to enhance the avor of foods.. Eat out less often, restaurant foods are very high in sodium, sometimes giving you more than a days worth of sodium. Make one or two changes each week. Eat a variety of foods and cut back on serving sizes. For more information about the DASH eating plan and recipes, visit the NHLBIs Your Guide to Controlling High Blood Pressure at www.nhlbi.nih.gov/hbp/index.html and click on Prevention. If you are under a doctors care for high blood pressure, be sure you take you medication and follow the doctors recommendations. Your efforts to reduce sodium intake will help you overall health. The Madison County Extension ofce has a fact sheet, Alternative Seasonings, which will give you creative ideas for seasoning food without salt or sodium products. For a free copy of our Extension fact sheet, call or stop by the Extension ofce. The University of Florida Extension/IFAS Extension Madison County is an Equal Opportunity Institution. DASH Your Way to Lower Blood PressureNo, I have not forgotten the words My country tis of thee, sweet land of liberty. I am thinking about how my country became the sweet land of liberty. First of all there was the adherence to Gods word for rules of conduct socially and professionally and a work ethic from the philosophy that those who could work and did not, would not eat. I remember having to unlearn some of the inuence from my dad when I was scolded on my rst job for not staying home when I was too sick to function properly. The name of that company, American Industrial Sales represents the made in America business attitude of the 1950s. Most foreign goods were from Japan with joking references made to them such as being made from tin cans. Made in America meant quality. Now, as I read the manual for a new tool or appliance, I could sometimes use an interpreter because the English seems to be written with a Chinese accent, which could be humorous if I were not serious about safely using the equipment. Thanks to bailouts ushing of our tax monies DOWN THE DRAIN, GM and Chrysler are now strong Chinese and other foreign manufacturing businesses. Thanks to Cap and Trade, small businesses such as our own Florida Plywoods, are punished Thanks to governmental persecution, Gibson Guitar was told there would be no more action against that company IF it was moved out of the country. A pig farmer had to destroy his animals, kept on his farm, because they were not a proper breed. In spite of all the anti-business regulations and governmental actions (many by NON-governmental organizations not representing us THE TAXPAYERS), there are still some Made in USA products available. Last year I remember a construction project that was built entirely with USA products that pretty well equaled foreign made in pricing. Now, lets return to the subject My Company Tis Of Thee. Roger Simmermaker of the Consumer Patriotism Corporation has published a buying guide by this name which highlights American companies manufacturing and producing keeping the taxes, salaries, etc. here at home. Just before last Christmas, Mr. Simmermaker made a statement that applies all year: The best way to build a better, more-prosperous America is to buy American and keep your dollars within our borders so they can generate authentic American activity... we can provide a much needed boost for our economy not by spending more, but rather by using the money that were already planning on spending anyway to buy America-made goods. Some of his suggestions for American made products: All American Clothing Company, Nortons U.S.A. (www.nortonsusa.com), Union House (www.unionhouse.com), Tough Traveler (www.toughtraveler.com), and e-commerce sites: www.choosemadeinusa.com, and www.madeinusashop.com. Lets add to that list our own Florida Plywoods and how about the new little purse manufacturer in Lee? According to Mr. Simmermaker, we vote at the polls every two or four years, but we vote with our dollar every day. To create more American jobs, keep jobs, prots and the tax base within our borders we can vote for American made just by using the money were already spending. My company, tis of thee made in America helps keep us free!THE REPUBLICAN CLUB OF MADISON COUNTY Meets Monday, May 13 at 12:00 noon at Shelbys Restaurant EVERYONE WELCOME Paid for and approved by the Madison County Republican Executive Committee MadisonRepublican@embarqmail.com Read Jacobs blog at www.jacobbembry.com. His book, Higher Call, is available in Kindle format and www.amazon.com or in paperback at www.amazon.com, www.bn.com and www.booksamillion.com or by sending $10 plus $3.99 shipping and handling to Jacob Bembry, P.O. Box 9334, Lee, FL 32059. Contact him at jacobbembry@hotmail.com.5/2 Adrian Leonard Russell-Warrant (Out of County) Hillsborough County Betty Jean Barnes-Violation of Probation/Disorderly Conduct, Resisting without Violence Zebulin Rashad Richardson-Writ of Bodily Attachment 5/3 Leroy Nathaniel Hall Jr.-Trespassing After Warning Kevin Leon Bell-Violation of Probation (Circuit) Austin Lee KellerCriminal Registration 5/4 Eddie Roy Givens-Violation of Probation (Parole Violator) Rachal Nicolle Rasmussen-Driving with a Suspended License Joe Willie Thomas-Driving Under the Inuence 5/5 Darren Laron White-Fleeing and Eluding, Expired Drivers License (Over 4 Months), Driving with a Suspended License 5/6 Allen ONeal Terrell-Driving with a Suspended License Jahman Dewan Harris-Violation of Probation Johnny Christopher CrowderOut of County Charges 5/7 Jonnie Leon Haynes-Knowingly Driving with a Suspended License Mark Joseph Grittner-Drug (Cocaine [With Intent to Sell]), Drug (Marijuana [Less than 20 Grams]), Drug (Ecstacy), Drug (Oxycodone), Drug Equipment Courtney A. BaethikeDrug (Cocaine [With Intent to Sell]), Drug (Marijuana [Less than 20 Grams]), Drug (Ecstacy), Drug (Oxycodone), Drug Equipment Kevin Joseph CarboneDrug (Cocaine [With Intent to Sell]), Drug (Marijuana [Less than 20 Grams]), Drug (Ecstacy), Drug (Oxycodone), Drug Equipment Cynthia Ann Taylor-Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession of a Controlled Substance Without a Prescription, Possession of a Controlled Substance Quiton Edward Hines-Violation of Probation Antonio Maurice McCall-Violation of Probation Rachael Dawn Moody-Trespassing After Warning Marshall Windell Straws-Violation of Probation (County)

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From Page OneMadison Enterprise-Recorder 3 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 10, 2013 Athletic Cont. From Page 1Jay Lee, speaking as a parent and a member of the general public, asked about the $200,000 price tag on the project, and asked if the board had approved the project without knowing what they would be getting, but Hall assured him that they had looked at detailed plans and schematics, and the sum of $200,000 was an estimate of how much money they would need to have the work done. Hall also reiterated that they would look into how they could reduce that cost while still remaining in compliance with ADA and code requirements. The $200,000 was based on a worst-case scenario regarding number of needed restrooms, and that was the single biggest factor driving up the cost. Hagan said that she wished to go on the record as stating that she believed the concession stand was more important, for the health and safety reasons she had previously spelled out, and that she objected to the project being delayed yet again. The nal motion was to proceed with the weight room as planned, then revisit the concession stand after Christmas break, and take another detailed look at plans and prices. The board voted 4 in favor of the motion, with Hagan casting the dissenting vote. School Board Cont. From Page 1onship. The school board voted unanimously to approve the teams request for an overnight trip May 9 10 to Vero Beach, to participate in the state championship playoffs. Finally, Pinetta Elementary School has reason to celebrate, because it is getting an extra classroom space for its extra large class of kindergarten students next year. The board voted unanimously to approve a relocatable classroom for PES, at a cost of $60,000. Suwannee River Cont. From Page 1served her community for two and a half years. She has played a vital role in securing grant funding for summer enrichment and after school programs. Together with the community, Mayor Miller has worked to bring to light the continued drawdown of the Floridan Aquifer and the need to protect Floridas water for future generations. The SRLC also elected and inducted the 20132015 Board of Directors. President Doug McNicol (Town of Lee), First Vice President Jim Catron (City of Madison), Second Vice President Berlon Weeks (Town of Bronson), Past President Shirley Clark (City of Branford), and Treasurer Kelli Brettel (Town of Bronson). Directors AtLarge are: Jacob Grantham (City of Live Oak), Gerald Hethcoat (City of Williston), Walter McKenzie (Town of White Springs), Helen Miller (Town of White Springs), Cheryl Nekola (City of Fanning Springs), and Sonny Nobles (City of Live Oak). The Suwannee River League of Cities, Inc. is the ofcial organization of the municipal governments (cities, towns, and villages) in the Suwannee River region. The SRLC was established to meet and serve the needs of the regions municipal ofcials. Arrested Cont. From Page 1observed signs of deception and indicators of criminal activity. Based on the observations K-9 Max was deployed to conduct a free air sniff on the exterior of the Chrysler sedan. K-9 Max gave a povsitive alert for the presence of narcotic odor on the passenger and driver side doors as well as the trunk. After completing the enforcement actions deputies conducted a probable cause search of the Chrysler. During the search a small plastic bag containing cocaine and marijuana was located in the front center console area. A large shoulder bag was located during the search of the trunk and was found to contain a large amount of U.S. Currency. The currency was packaged in a manner consistent and indicative of a drug couriers method to transport currency to be used in drug transactions. Both Price and Anderson denied owning the currency or knowing who the owner was or how the currency got into the car. The currency was seized in accordance with the Florida Contraband Forfeiture Act. An ofcial count determined the currency to total $43,120.00. Alex Leon Price was taken into custody at the scene and charged with possession of cocaine and possession of marijuana. Additional charges are pending for Tiresias Darnell Anderson as the investigation continues. Rainfall Cont. From Page 1As for groundwater levels, they generally rose in the northern and central parts of the district and fell in the southern part. The National Weather Service Climate Prediction Centers three-month outlook indicates a probability of below-normal precipitation throughout June in north Florida. The SRWMD continues a Phase I Water Shortage Advisory that urges consumers to refrain from unnecessary water uses. The hydrologic conditions report is a compilation of water resource data collected from radar-derived rainfall estimates, groundwater and surface water levels and river ows, among other sources. The district encompasses all or parts of 15 counties in north-central Florida, including Madison County and the eastern portion of Jefferson County. By Kristin Finney Greene Publishing, Inc. Madison Academy will be hosting their eighth annual golf tournament on May 24. Team and sponsor applications are due no later than Friday, May 10. The cost for a team is $400. This includes 18 holes of golf, golf cart rental, eight mulligans, refreshments, prizes, gifts and contests. There are ve different sponsor levels. The levels are: Platinum, which is $1,000; Gold, which is $500; Silver, which is $250; Station sponsor, which is $100; and a tee sign, which is $50. There will also be a chance to win a new vehicle from Prince Chevrolet for the lucky golfer who sinks a holein-one. To get more information or to get registration forms, visit the Madison Academy website, www.madisonacademy.org, or call 973-2529. Madison Academy Hosting Golf Tournament

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Around Madison County4Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 10, 2013 ObituariesCommunity CalendarMay 11Chicken dinner fundraiser for Michael Gaston set for May 11 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Plates are available for $7.50 each. Call Cyrus Bachari at (229) 506-2743 to reserve your plate.May 17 & 18Treasures of the Suwannee will be presented as part of the Advent Christian Village Centennial Celebration at 7 p.m. on Friday, May 17, and Saturday, May 18. Talented ACV staff members, along with guest musicians on the ddle and banjo, will touch your hearts with this musical stage production.Mark Your Calendar! Treasures of Treasures of Treasures of the Suwannee y 17 a ay M t the Va Di the Suwanneey 17 & 18, 2013, 7:00 PM churhage Cllit the V rk, FLag PlinwoD the Suwanneey 17 & 18, 2013, 7:00 PM ch rk, FL or e p gat l s asicu s m i e d h yin t urt h cen 20t t. aoerbvi e r ennwauS enniten s C s CV f At o rap siciu t mh gues tiwg nloa t C en v v d f Ag o dinun o f fo ur toet yo se turs ssic ium moC a g P linwo et in Ds sn i iotucdo ad a olria P&G R O e L h f t ys o a ay e d w eennwau e S h f tes o ursae r T Tr t. d A etlena y tn b iotrablee l C aenni nabd n le ae dd htn s o nasici h y uco l t li e w galli n V aitsihr t C g!inppaes tour t euirqeets Rkicy Tratenlimpm e h f tn o ur e t h t tk a ra e h f tle o le e B h d t n ad a s d a etenesr e pl b li w s, erbem m at CV sd A e htf y o rotss i o j n nj e h d t n t a rae ur h o y yo de gallie Vht tle abali va A Av e Shd tnk aae OviL h, (386) 658-5344, curhe Cg er obmahy Ctunoe Cennwaue S et.negalliv .ac w w. ww er in tensic Cue M h, (386) 658-5344, .ceermmof Cer o Sarah Taylor Malone, age 59, died Monday, May 6, 2013 at Capital Regional Medical Center. Graveside funeral services will be Friday at 1 p.m. at Evergreen Cemetery. Visitation was held Thursday from 6-8 p.m. at Beggs Funeral Home. She was born in Monticello and had lived in Greenville since 1978. She loved her family, and was a homemaker. She is survived by her husband: William L Willie Malone of Greenville; one son: William Toby Malone (Bridget) of Greenville; three brothers: Riley Taylor of Jennings, John Taylor of Quitman, Ga., and James Taylor of Key West.; two sisters: Hazel Schuebert of Lake Park, Ga., and Carolyn Taylor Scott of Tenn.; and two granddaughters: Kersten and Kiley Malone. Beggs Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements (850) 973-2258.Sarah Taylor Malone Barrs, Brantley To Wed Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Barrs are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Mandi, to Bryant Brantley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Ray Brantley. The wedding will be held at First Baptist Church in Perry, on Saturday, May 25, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. The reception will follow at The Catholic Parrish Hall in Perry. No local invitations are being sent; please plan to join us to celebrate their love.Mother Louise Rutherford Bennett, 84, of Tallahassee went Home to be with her Lord and Savior on Wednesday, May 1, 2013. Funeral services are 11 a.m. Saturday, May 11, at Mt. Horeb Primitive Baptist Church with interment at Southside Cemetery. Viewingvisitation is Friday 3-7:30 p.m. at TILLMAN OF TALLAHASSEE 842-942-1950. Born in Macon, Ga., Mother Bennett was a longtime Tallahassee resident and a devoted homemaker. She served with distinction as First Lady of Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Church, Jennings, where her husband, the Elder Mack N. Bennett, Sr. pastored for many years. Mourning her passing, yet cherishing her love with the fondest of memories are: her husband, the Elder Mack N. Bennett, Sr.; one son, Mack N. (Ursula) Bennett, Jr., two daughters, Betty Bennett (Clarence) Swatts and Annette Bennett Bruce, all of Tallahassee; one sister, Essie Pearl Dixon of Nashville; nine grandchildren; ten greatgrandchildren; and numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and loving friends, including her church family at Mt. Olive. Mother Louise Bennett Mr. Steve Knowles, age 64, died Thursday, May 2, 2013 at the Madison County Memorial Hospital in Madison. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m.. Friday, May 10, 2013, in Evergreen Cemetery, Greenville, with Rev. Gabe Krell ofciating. T. J. Beggs, Jr. & Sons, Madison, (850) 973-2258 is in charge of arrangements. He was born in Perry, to the late Johnny Steve and Jewel Wilson Knowles and had lived most of his life in Greenville and Cherry Lake. He was a diesel mechanic and was employed with Seminole Farms and Cherry Lake Farms in Madison County and Burton and Brooks Farms in Barney Ga. He loved to sh and hunt and listen to old country music. He would take the kids riding down dirt roads listening and singing to country music on the radio. He was a U. S. Army veteran during the Vietnam era, He was preceded in death by a daughter, Shelley Diane Knowles. He is survived by his wife, Beatrice English Knowles of Cherry Lake; a son, Johnny Knowles (Ashley Harville) of Madison, two daughters, Amy KnowlesJones (James) of Fayetteville, Ga., and Brandi Browning (Mike) of Madison; four sisters: Shirley Cox of Azle, Tex., Dora Cullers of Greenville, Ann Knowles of Lee, and Gayle Trouille of Monticello; three granddaughters, Kayla Knowles, Leara Jones, and Kayla Harville; a greagranddaughter, Aerabella Burns; and many nieces, nephews and other relatives.Steve Knowles

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Around Madison CountyMadison Enterprise-Recorder 5 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 10, 2013 Turn Back Time Way Back When Buried Treasures By Kristin FinneyGreene 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. May 14, 1943 Dr. J.A. Patterson, formerly of Cedar Key, arrived in the city this past week and has opened up a physicians ofc in the Davis building. A telegram received here Tuesday by his mother, Mrs. D.W. McLeod, from Rear Admiral Randall Jacobs, bore the news that Norman Hartford McLeod, rst class seaman, was missing as the result of an airplane crash in the performance of his duty in the service of his country. Recently, the young sailor had been stationed at the Galapagos Islands off the coast of Ecuador, but where he was at the time of the crash was not known. Pfc. Frank Jackson Hammock has returned to Ft. Jackson, S.C., Sunday after spending a seven-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.M. Hammock and relatives. He is serving in the Medical Corps. Cpl. Vernon B. McHargue, of Lovett, has been awarded the Silver Star for gallantry in action in North Africa. May 8, 1953 Technical Sgt. Claude H. Thigpen, of Greenville, received the Korean Commendation Medal. Mrs. Louise Bland was crowned the Fireball Queen at the recent annual Firemans Ball. Charlie Blue caught an 11-pound trout recently on Nuttall Rise. Shorty Jones was paddling the boat when the catch was made. A 2-C Francis Calvin Buchanan, son of Mr. and Mrs. R.P. Buchanan of Pinetta, has been selected to represent the 3550th Food Service Squadron in the Airman of the Month contest to be held at Moody Air Force Base, Valdosta, Ga. May 10, 1963 Mrs. C.M. Plant will spend Mothers Day weekend in Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Plant. Johnnie B. Tuten recently received his diploma from Massey Technical Institute in Electronics, Television and Radio. Mrs. T.C. Merchant, Jr. and Mrs. Kirby Reichmann are attending the training school held by the Presbyterian woman of the church. The Rev. Jack Shaw, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Madison, is attending the Southern Baptist Convention at Kansas City, Mo., this week. From the December 8, 1995 Enterprise Recorder.Greenville Baby Princess ContestNo matter how you sliced it, it was not to be an easy victory for anyone. The competitors were plagued by off and on rain and gusty winds during the practice round on Friday and the rst round of competition on Saturday. The eld was tough as well. 59 golfers from throughout north and central Florida represented more than a 20% increase over last years event. The course however, was in great shape, thanks to the continued and persistent efforts of Don Holley of Quitman, Ga. The format of the Pot Williams Golf Tournament is based on serious oneagainst-one competition, not team competition. This is our Masters, said tournament director John Haire, referring to the world famous Masters Golf Tournament held annually in Augusta, GA. This is when we do our best to recruit the best golfers from the region to compete at Madison Country Club. We also do our very best to make sure the course, swimming pool, banquet hall and pro shop are in the best condition possible. None were let down. Players and their guest were treated to a delicious wing dinner Friday evening and a delightful prime rib dinner Saturday evening. Tallahassees Jimmy Gillis had the dance oor full, performing a wide variety of tunes. Play on Saturday dictated how golfers would be matched for Sundays play. Competitors had the option of playing using their handicap for a net score (total strokes minus handicap equals total net score) or playing with no handicap deductions made. Golfers not using a handicap could potentially qualify for the Championship Flight, posting their nal gross scores with no adjustments. Sunday proved to be a beautiful day with temps in the low fties, near clear skies, and a pleasant breeze. It would be a day as near perfect as the scores that were shot during the day! Jason Jones won the tournament and the Championship Flight by shooting an amazing eight under par 64 for a two-day tournament total of 131. This score represents a new record for the Pot Williams. Clay Cantley placed second with a two-day total of 142 and Madisons Rocky Fraleigh nished a tight third, shooting a 143. First Flight winners included Mike Bailey, shooting a two-day total of 150, Mike Noreet landed second with a 156, and Reese Symonds nished third, also with a 156. Second Flight winners were Van Collins rst, with 156, John Haire second, also with 156, and Kevin Keith third, shooting a 163. Winning the Third Flight were Tommy Hayes, with a total score of 163, Buddy Beasley second, shooting a 170, and third place found Brett Maxwell shooting 171. Brian Tyler won the Fourth Flight with a handicapped adjusted score of 142, Nick Smith scored a 143 to nish second; and Keith Oslowski shot an adjusted score of 146 to nish third. In the Senior Flight, David Perkins of Palatka shot an adjusted 140 to take rst place, Bob Porch landed second, shooting a 144, and Edwin Browning of Madison placed third, shooting a 149. The Board of Directors and Membership of Madison Country Club would like to thank all of the players who participated and our primary sponsors, Madison County Community Bank, Tobacco Free Florida, and Madison Health Department. We also thank our tee sponsors, Citizens State Bank, Shelbys Restaurant & Catering, Stahl-Meyer Foods, One Scoop or Two Ice Cream & Pie, Jessica Webb Realtor, Gordon Tractor, Studstill Lumber, Rural Area Theatre, Prince Automotive of Valdosta, Johnson & Johnson, Madison Sporting Goods & Pawn, Madison Plumbing, Walts Live Oak Ford, Aarons Sales and Leasing, Stewart Automotive, Timberland Ford in Perry, and Morrow Insurance. Door prize sponsors included Tri-County Electric, Bank of America, Walts Live Oak Ford and Timberland Ford.Records Broken at 55th Annual Pot Williams Golf TournamentPhoto submittedJason Jones (left) shown with MCC Board Member Mike Noreet (right), set a new tournament record by scoring 67 on Saturday and 64 on Sunday for a 131 total score. Whats Going OnAround Town?Find Out With A Subscription to the Madison County Carrier & Enterprise-Recorder Visit Us Online:www.GreenePublishing.com $35In-County $45Out-of-County $25ePub Edition Name: ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Address: ______________________________________________________________________________________________ City: ______________________________________________________________________________________________ State: ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Zip: ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Email Address: ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Renewal: Yes No In or Out of County: In Out Mail filled out form and payment to: Greene Publishing, Inc. P.O. Drawer 772 Madison, FL 32341

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6 Madison Enterprise Recorder Madison Enterprise Recorder 7www.greenepublishing.com www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 10, 2013Wednesday, May 10, 2013 On Wednesday, May 15 at 2 p.m. Tracie Green, ARNP will be sharing her inspirational story through mime and dance. Tracie will speak about the enhancement to her life that a career in nursing has brought. Ms. Green is a registered nurse practitioner employed in Lake City, Florida at this time. She is continuing her studies to attain a Doctorate degree in nursing with plans to publish a book about her life in which she has overcome very difcult and personal challenges. Green will demonstrate her victory in a presentation entitled Its Inside You relating how faith in God has been instrumental in making her dreams come true. Please join us at Madison Health and Rehabilitation Center in the main Dining Room for a delightful and inspiring time. Refreshments will be served after the presentation.Guest Speaker, Tracie Green to Speak at Madison Health and Rehabilitation CenterPhoto SubmittedTracie Green, ARNP, will speak at Madison Health and Rehabilitation Center on May 15. Health Department Finalizes PlanStory submitted The Florida Department of Health in Madison County is engaged in the Community Health Improvement Planning process. The department met Tuesday, April 30, with partners from various community sectors to nalize a Community Health Improvement Plan, a long-term, systematic effort to address public health problems on the basis of the results of community health assessment activities and the community health improvement process. The issues targeted are: obesity, healthy lifestyles, injury prevention and education, maternal & child health, and education & empowerment. This plan can be used by health and other governmental education and human service agencies, in collaboration with community partners, to set priorities and coordinate resources. The benets to the community of having this plan is that it provides justication for certain public health initiatives, supports community funding proposals, and for attracting other resources toward building programs that improve the overall quality of life of the community. For more information, please call the Madison County Health Department at (850) 973-5000.

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8 Madison Enterprise-Recorder www.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 10, 2013 Mothers Day Mothers Day Spotlight: Kay HarrisBy Kristin Finney Greene Publishing, Inc. To say that being a mother takes patience is a true understatement. Kay Harris, mother of two sons, knows this fact very well. Harris is the mother of Benjamin Wade Harris (Heather) and Williams Price Harris (Nichole). She also has five grandchildren, and while she says she struggled to have patience with her sons, she has all the patience in the world for her grandchildren: Stephani, Lane, Carter, Samuel and Asher. Kay and her husband, Ben, had children later than most back in that day. After hearing horror stories from their friends, they prayed a long time about having children. They waited five years after getting married to have kids. The early years of motherhood were very difficult because Ben traveled a lot. But he has always been a wonderful father, even when he was out of town. I like to preach that it should be fathers, then mothers day, or celebrate the two together, because he is the most wonderful husband and we are a great team, Kay explained. When asked about her favorite part of being a mother, she says that she could go on and on. The joy of watching them grow up is pr obably the best. I used to pray over them that they would go in wisdom, stature and favor with God, which is out of the book of Matthew. And God answered my prayers. I now pray this prayer over my grandchildren as well. Kay has many fond memories of each of her boys, but she shared some of her favorite stories of each of them. She recalls Price challenging her all the time about going to Scunday School [Sunday School] when he was around 2 years old. One particular time she recalled, We were on the stairwell heading to Sunday School and he says to me, Momma I not go. So I looked at him and said, Price, who is mother? And he thought about it for a while, then said, You. Then I asked, Who is child? And he thought for a while. Then I said, Whos in charge. And he said, You. Little did I know that the whole Sunday School group had been listening. They all started cheering after that. She also recalled when Wade was going into the second grade, praying that he would get good teachers. She recalled that not long after school started, Wades teacher started missing school a lot. Kay was getting antsy, wondering how this had happened after all of the praying she did. At the end of the school year, we had all of our childrens teachers over to eat. We liked to do that each year. Well this teacher had came back to school around the end of the year, and when she came to my house to eat she told me that she had had cancer all year. She then told, I appreciate having Wade in my class. He is different from the others. Because of him I have come to know Jesus. I am so blessed to have him as my son. While motherhood might not always be easy, with patience, and the help of the Lord, Kay Harris has raised two wonderful sons whom she loves more than anything. Photo submittedKay Harris is seen with her family. SpecialMOTHERS DAYPurchase a Strand of Freshwater Pearls and Receive a FREE Pair of Pearl Stud Earrings. www.girardinjewelers.com Photo SubmittedKay and Ben Harris have been married for many years and have two wonderful sons.

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ChurchMadison Enterprise-Recorder 9 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 10, 2013 AtMadison First Baptist ChurchSubmitted By Judy PhillipsGuest Columnist Bro. Gabe reminded us Sunday that if you feed them, they will come. And it seems as if we are fellowshipping around the table every Sunday this month. In a recent devotion by Max Lucado I read, Something holy happens around a dinner table that will never happen in a sanctuary. In a church auditorium you see the backs of heads. Around the table you see the expression of faces. The JOY, Just Older Youth, choir called us to worship with a new arrangement of an old hymn, Wonderful Words of Life. During the time of praise we sang a medley of familiar old hymns. The JOY choir special was Yes, I Know. Bro. Gabe and Bro. Jim recognized Sandra Shannon the church secretary for 15 years of service. Many thanks, Sandra, for a job well done. Bro. Gabe challenged us from Psalm 71:17-19. O God, You have taught me from my youth; And to this day I declare Your wondrous works. Now also when I am old and gray headed, O God, do not forsake me, Until I declare Your strength to this generation, Your power to everyone who is to come. Also Your righteousness, O God, is very high, You who have done great things; O God, who is like You? This is a prayer of an elderly man to God praising Him for teaching him from his youth and begging God not to forsake him in his old age. The elderly man wanted to share his testimony even in his old age. Although senior adults today have seen more changes than any other generation, God still expects us to redeem the times and ministry when and where we are. And then give God the glory for His greatness for who is like Him? It reminds me of a hymn, May All Who Come Behind Us Find Us Faithful. Mothers Day Breakfast ~ May 12 to be hosted by the combined youth groups: The youth groups have planned a special breakfast in honor of all our mothers. Husbands and children are included in the invitation as well. We ask that you please sign up to let us know how many will be attending. You may sign the sheet on the secretarys ofce door or call the church ofce. The leader for this event is Melanie Parks. Graduate Sunday ~ May 19 We will be honoring our graduates on Sunday, May 19th, during the worship time and would like to include those graduating from high school or college. If you will be graduating from college, please list the school and degree you are receiving. We also need to know how many of your family will attend the luncheon at Shelbys following the morning worship service with you. Please call or email this information to us as soon as possible. May is the Month for RememberingFunny momentsspecial momentsembarrassing momentsdiamond momentsand precious moments You may not realize it, but you are a rich person. Yes, you! You possess a huge vault brimming with treasure, and you can withdraw assets from this vault whenever you want at absolutely no cost. Where is this vault? It is inside the caverns of your heart and mind. And what treasure resides there? Memories. James said in his book (1:17), Every good and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of lights, with whom there is no variableness or shadow of turning. Memory is one of those perfect gifts. Memories are pictures of past events and people that can powerfully affect your present and future. There are those funny memories that make you laugh, even now. Go ahead, remember, and laugh. Then there are those embarrassing memories that ash through your mind at the oddest times, causing you to blush. I see that red slipping up on your neck. But there are certain kinds of memories that glisten like diamonds. They remind you that life is rich with meaning and purpose that you matter to other people and that other people matter to you. Memories of special moments when love was exchanged and cherished, when a signicant relationship took a big step forward (marriage) when delicious laughter cheered your soul these precious memories are waiting for you to pick them up, dust them off, and bring them to life again. So when your heart is heavy or youre feeling all alone, open the doorgo ahead. Dig in. Make all the withdrawals you want. You cant deplete the supply. In fact, you may nd that you are so rich you can loan some of your wealth to others. Paul reminds us in Philippians 4:8. I want you to think about whatever is true. Think about things that are noble or rightthings that are pure and lovely. Reect upon admirable qualities and memories. Remember whatever is excellent or praiseworthy. Love, Your God of every good and perfect gift. Oops, look out you got a little gold dust on your smile. The staff at First Baptist is ready to serve you in any way they can. The church ofce hours are 9 a. m 4 p.m., Monday Friday. The ofce phone number is 9732547 or you can reach the church secretary by email at 1stbaptistofce@gmail.com. We also have a website, madisonfbc.net, that is regularly updated. Our pastor can be reached at gabekrell@yahoo.com. Jim Carey, our music minister can be reached at muzicman123@gmail.com. See you Sunday morning for family breakfast at 9 a.m. with Sunday school following at 9:45 a.m. where we have classes for nursery through senior adults. Worship begins at 11 a.m. when we will honor the Lord. And then we will honor the Mothers in the congregation. Make your plans now to attend. Do you know where Faith Baptist Church is? I have found more than one person who has no idea where Faith is located, while still others have simply forgotten about Faith. Therefore we are inviting each of you to join us and Discover Faith at our 2013 Spring Revival. The Revival will begin Friday, May 17th with a 7 p.m. service. We will then hold services on Saturday Evening at 7 p.m. and conclude with a Sunday Morning Service at 11 a.m. Our speaker on Friday Evening will be Pastor Gabriel Krell of the Madison First Baptist Church, on Saturday our speaker will be Pastor Sammy Heirs of Lee First Baptist Church and Sunday Morning our speaker will be Brother Dean Spivey of Pinetta First Baptist Church. In addition we have special music planned for each service, but why wait? Instead I invite you to rediscover Faith this Sunday. Sunday School begins at 9:45 a.m. and our Morning Worship Service begins at 11 a.m. So plan now to come home and rediscover Faith. Revival Begins May 17 At Faith Baptist Scouts are saving aluminum cans, bottles, and other items to be recycled. Proceeds will be used to cripple children. The outreach committee has enlisted 25 visitors to make calls on people who are not afflicted with any church.The Ladies Bible Study will be held Thursday morning at 10. All ladies are invited to lunch in the Fellowship Hall after the B.S. is done. Send us your church bulletin bloopers to: news@greenepublishing.com. Please include the name and location of church.

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By Fran Hunt Special to Greene Publishing, Inc. The Madison County Cowboys manned the eld in the rst round of District on April 23, and faced off against Taylor County. The Cowboys downed their opponent for a 5-1 win. Madison outscored Taylor 2-1 in the rst inning, added another two runs in the fourth inning, and brought in an additional run in the seventh inning for the win. As a team, at the plate, the Cowboys had a batting average of .250, with 34 plate appearances, 28 at-bats, ve runs, seven hits, three RBIs, two doubles, ve walks, nine strikeouts, one hit by pitch, one reach on error, one elders choice, an on base percentage of .382, a slugging average of .321, and four stolen bases. On April 25, the Madison County Cowboys went into the District Final against Florida State University (FSU), and the Cowboys attacked the Seminoles for a 9-3 victory, to stand 16-9 on the season. FSU drew rst blood, bringing in one run, but the Cowboys answered in the third inning, bringing in four runs. The Cowboys then outscored FSU, 2-1 in the sixth inning, and 3-1 in the seventh inning for the title. As a team, at the plate, the Cowboys carried a .250 batting average, with 34 plate appearances, 28 at-bats, nine runs, seven hits, seven RBIs, three doubles, one homerun, four walks, 11 strikeouts, two hit by pitches, one reach on error, one elders choice, an on base percentage of .382, a slugging average of .464, and two stolen bases. DJ McKnight had a batting average of .500, with four plate appearances, two at-bats, three runs, one hit, one double, two walks, one strikeout, an on base percentage of .750, a slugging average of 1.000, and one stolen base. Akevious Williams had a batting average of .250, with four plate appearances, four at-bats, one hit, one RBI, one double, one strikeout, one elders choice, an on base percentage of .250, and a slugging average of .500. Jake Latner had batting average of .500, with four plate appearances, two atbats, one run, one hit, one RBI, one walk, one hit by pitch, an on base percentage of .750, and a slugging average of .500. Taylor Howell had a batting average of .250, with four plate appearances, four at-bats, one run, one hit, two RBIs, one double, one strikeout, an on base percentage of .250, a slugging average of .500, and one stolen base. Cody Langer had a batting average of .000, with one plate appearance, one at-bat, one strikeout, and an on base percentage and a slugging average of .000. Chad Oliver had a batting average of .000, with three plate appearances, two at-bats, one run, one walk, one reach on error, an on base percentage of .333, and a slugging average of .000. Jarrod Burns had a batting average of .250, with four plate appearances, four at-bats, one hit, one RBI, two strikeouts, and an on base percentage and a slugging average of .250. Brandon Hammond had a batting average of .000, with two plate appearances, two at-bats, one strikeout, and an on base percentage and a slugging average of .000. Zack Money 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 e of .250. Patrick Bowen had a batting average of .333, with four plate appearances, three at-bats, two runs, one hit, two RBIs, one homerun, one strikeout, one hit by pitch, an on base percentage of .500, and a slugging average of 1.333. On the eld, the Cowboys carried a elding percentage of 1.0-00, with 25 total chances, 21 putouts, four assists, and one runner caught attempting to steal base. McKnight had a elding percentage of 1.000, with three total chances, and there putouts. Williams had a elding percentage of 1.000, with four total chances, and four putouts. Latner had a elding percentage of 1.000, with three total chances, three putouts, and one runner caught attempting to steal base. Howell had a elding percentage of 1.000, with one total chance, and one assist. Oliver had a elding percentage of 1.000, with three total chances, two putouts, and one assist. Burns had a elding percentage of 1.000, with one total chance, and one assist. Money had a elding percentage of 1.000, with six total chances, ve putouts, and one assist. Bowen had a elding percentage of 1.000, with four total chances, and four putouts. On the mound, Howell had an earned run average of 3.00, with seven innings pitched, eight hits, three runs, two walks, three strikeouts, 30 batters faced, 27 at-bats, a batting average of .296, an on base percentage of .367, one hit by pitch, and one stolen base, on 97 pitches. Head Coach Terry Barrs would like to thank his coaching staff, the Cowboys Baseball Program sponsors, the school, community, and the many behindthe-scenes volunteers that have made this program a success. He and his staff are extremely proud of this team as they have fought through adversity and have come out as winners. Even though the Cowboys fell a little short against Pensacola Catholic, voted #1 in USA Today poll, they played an excellent game, ghting pitch for pitch for the full seven innings. Sports10Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 10, 2013 Announcing a new name for Progress Energy. Look for our new name and logo in your bills and other places. No other aspect of your service or account is changing. Although our name has changed, our commitment to you and the communities we serve remains the same. So you can count on us for reliable electricity every time you ip the switch. Learn more at duke-energy.com/newname Duke Energy CorporationProgress Energy now has a new name: Duke Energy. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald GreeneFront row, left to right: Jake Latner, Ethan Sevor, Nic Tyson, Alex Tyson, Jerry Jackson, Head Coach Terry Barrs, Chad Oliver, Brandon Hammond, Wayne Driggers and Drew Richardson. Back row, left to right: Assistant Coach Jason Fletcher, Dillon Burns, Jarrod Burns, Cody Lange, Zack Money, Taylor Howell, Garrett Holman, Patrick Bowen, DJ McKnight and Assistant Coach Brad RobinsonCowboys Take District Title Recipes Cleaning, Preparing & Storing Wild GameCuring & SmokingMaking Sausage & Bologna Microwave Cooking Glossary Equivalents Substitutions Weights & MeasuresCan Sizes Herbs & Spices Helpful Cooking Hints Helpful Household Hints Detailed Drawing On How To Build & Use Your Own Water Oven/Smoker Historical Recipes and Little Known Facts About Floridas WildlifeFLORIDA COOKINWild Style Get your copy atMadison Sporting Goodsin Madison, FLoridaJacksons Drug Storein Greenville, FLoridaStudstill Lumberin Madison, FLoridaFarmers Supplyin downtown Madison andGreene Publishing, INC.located at 1695 South SR 53 in Madison, FL.One Of A KindReg. $28 ,now only $20

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By Fran Hunt Special to Greene Publishing, Inc. The Aucilla Christian Academy varsity Lady Warriors faced off against Munroe on the diamond on April 18, and the Lady Warriors conquered the District Championship title with a 14-3 win to the ve-inning game, to now stand 14-4 on the season. As a team, at the plate, the Lady Warriors had 30 plate appearances, 28 at-bats, 14 runs, 13 hits, 14 RBIs, one walk, four strikeouts, ve doubles, one sacrice y, three reach on errors, and one stolen base. Pamela Watt had four plate appearances, four at-bats, two runs, three hits, two RBIs, one double, and one reach on error. Michaela Metcalfe had four plate appearances, three at-bats, two runs, one hit, three RBIs, one sacrice y, one reach on error, and one stolen base. Kelly Horne had four plate appearances, four at-bats, three runs, three hits, four RBIs, and two doubles. Ashley Scholl had three plate appearances, three at-bats, one run, three hits, one RBI, and one double. Whitney McKnight had three plate appearances, three at-bats, and one RBI. Whitney Stevens had three plate appearances, three at-bats, one run, one RBI, one strikeout, and one reach on error. Hadley Revell had three plate appearances, two at-bats, two runs, one hit, one RBI, one walk, and one strikeout. Carly Joiner had three plate appearances, three at-bats, two runs, two hits, one RBI, and one double. Taylor Copeland had three plate appearances, three at-bats, one run, and two strikeouts. On the eld, the Lady Warriors had 24 total chances, six assists, 15 putouts, three errors, and a elding percentage of .875. Metcalfe had seven total chances, seven putouts, and a elding percentage of 1.000. Copeland had two total chances, one putout, one error, and a elding percentage of .500. Stevens had two total chances, two assists, and a elding percentage of 1.000. McKnight had seven total chances, six putouts, one error, and a elding percentage of .875. Watt had two total chances, two assists, and a elding percentage of 1.000. Horne had three total chances, one assist, one putout, one error, and a elding percentage of .667. Scholl had one total chance, one assist, and a elding percentage of 1.000. On the mound, Stevens pitched ve innings, had 15 outs, 21 batters faced, 54 total strikes, 24 total balls, three hits, three runs, eight strikeouts, six ground outs, and two y outs, on 78 pitches. Sports/FarmMadison Enterprise-Recorder 11 www.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 10, 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 May 10 May 16, 2013 Friday May 10 *1:10 AM 7:20 AM *1:20 PM 7:30 PM Saturday May 11 *1:45 AM 8:00 AM *1:10 PM 8:20 PM Sunday May 12 *2:40 AM 8:50 AM *3:10 PM 9:20 PM Monday May 13 *3:30 AM 9:40 PM *3:55 PM 10:10 PM Tuesday May 14 *4:30 AM 10:30 AM *4:45 PM 11:00 PM Wednesday May 15 *5:20 AM 11:30 AM *5:50 PM 11:45 PM Thursday May 16 *6:10 AM 12:20 PM *6:30 PM Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced at the National Pheasant Fest and Quail Classic that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will conduct a fourweek general sign-up for the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), beginning May 20 and ending on June 14. CRP has a 27-year legacy of protecting the nation's natural resources through voluntary participation, while providing signicant economic and environmental benets to rural communities across the United States. Under Secretary Vilsack's leadership, USDA has enrolled 11.7 million acres in various CRP efforts. "Since the 1980s, the CRP program has established itself as a benchmark in voluntary conservation efforts, providing American producers with assets to address our most critical resource issues," said Vilsack. "Last year, during one of the worst droughts in generations, the CRP proved vital in protecting our most environmentally sensitive lands from erosion. Emergency haying and grazing on CRP lands also supplied critical feed and forage for livestock producers due to the drought. And the program continues to bring substantial returns to rural areas, attracting recreation and tourism dollars into local economies while sustaining natural and wildlife habitat for future generations." Additional sign-ups for continuous CRP programs-such as Highly Erodible Land Initiative and Initiative to Restore Grasslands, Wetlands and Wildlife-will be announced in spring 2013. Currently, about 27 million acres are enrolled in CRP, which is a voluntary program available to agricultural producers to help them safeguard environmentally sensitive land. Producers enrolled in CRP plant long-term, resource-conserving covers to improve the quality of water, control soil erosion and enhance wildlife habitat. Contracts on 3.3 million acres of CRP are set to expire on Sept. 30, 2013. Producers with expiring contracts or producers with environmentally sensitive land are encouraged to evaluate their options under CRP. Producers that are accepted in the sign-up can receive cost-share assistance to plant long-term, resource-conserving covers and receive an annual rental payment for the length of the contract (10-15 years). Producers also are encouraged to look into CRP's other enrollment opportunities offered on a continuous, non-competitive, signup basis and that often provide additional nancial assistance. Continuous sign-up dates will be announced at a later date. Over the past 27 years, farmers, ranchers, conservationists, hunters, shermen and other outdoor enthusiasts have made CRP one of the largest and most important USDA efforts. CRP continues to make major contributions to national efforts to improve water and air quality, and to prevent soil erosion by protecting the most sensitive areas including those prone to ash ooding and runoff. CRP has also helped increase populations of pheasants, quail, ducks, and rare species, like the sage grouse, the lesser prairie chicken, and other grassland birds. Highlights of CRP include: CRP has restored more than two million acres of wetlands and two million acres of riparian buffers; Each year, CRP keeps more than 600 million pounds of nitrogen and more than 100 million pounds of phosphorous from owing into our nation's streams, rivers, and lakes. CRP provides $1.8 billion annually to landowners-dollars that make their way into local economies, supporting small businesses and creating jobs; and CRP is the largest private lands carbon sequestration program in the country. By placing vulnerable cropland into conservation, CRP sequesters carbon in plants and soil, and reduces both fuel and fertilizer usage. In 2012, CRP resulted in carbon sequestration equal to taking about nine million cars off the road. The Obama Administration is leading a host of federal agencies in the America's Great Outdoors initiative to develop a 21st century conservation agenda and reconnect Americans to the outdoors. At the same time, USDA continues to enroll a record number of acres of private working lands in conservation programs, working with more than 500,000 farmers and ranchers to implement conservation practices that clean the air we breathe, lter the water we drink, and prevent soil erosion. Since 2009, USDA has enrolled more than 50 million acres into the Conservation Stewardship Program to incentivize the most productive, benecial conservation practices. And USDA's work in the Chesapeake Bay watershed, the Mississippi River Basin, and Gulf of Mexico are among 19 initiatives applying the most effective conservation practices to increase agricultural and environmental returns. USDA science is also helping to focus work in areas to reduce problematic nutrients making it to rivers and streams by as much as 45 percent. For more information on CRP and other FSA programs, visit a local FSA service center or www.fsa.usda.gov. USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer. To le a complaint of discrimination, write: USDA, Ofce of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, Ofce of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Ave., SW, Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call (866) 632-9992 (Toll-free Customer Service), (800) 877-8339 (Local or Federal relay), (866) 377-8642 (Relay voice users).USDA Announces 45th General Sign-Up for the Conservation Reserve ProgramThe Florida Farm Bureau Federation is seeking applications for its Young Farmers and Ranchers Achievement Award Program. The award program is designed to recognize young farmers and ranchers who are between the ages of 18 and 35 and have excelled in their farming/ranching operations and possess excellent leadership skills. Ideal candidates for the honor include an individual or couple deriving a majority of income from production agriculture. Contestants will be evaluated on a combination of farming operation growth and nancial progress, Farm Bureau leadership and participation in community service. Judges will be looking for excellence in management, leadership development and the scope of the enterprise and initiative displayed by the applicants. Applications must be submitted by Friday, May 31. Winners will be announced at the Florida Farm Bureau Annual Meeting in Ponte Vedra Beach in October. Winners will receive a new Chevrolet Silverado truck, courtesy of Southern Farm Bureau Life Insurance, as well as an all-expense-paid trip to the 2014 American Farm Bureau Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Tex., where they will represent Florida in the national YF&R competition. Applicants should visit www.oridafarmbureau.org/programs/young_farmers_ranchers/contests Top Young Farmers Compete For Statewide AwardYoung Farmers and Ranchers Achievement Award Program application deadline nearsLady Warriors Win District Championship

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By Lynette Norris Greene Publishing, Inc. They have performed at the White House, both at the inauguration of President Obama, and again just recently, at the White House Christmas Celebration where they were the only choral group invited. They have performed at the Kennedy Center and St. Peters Basilica in Rome. Friday, May 3, they performed in the Madison County Central School gym, where MCCS students were treated to music, choreography, and a heaping portion of Bronco Pride three of the choir members are former MCCS students. That these three, Kammeron Joseph (who is also a Take Stock In Children Scholarship student), Xavier Dobson and Cantrell Davis, are hard-working and dedicated is quite apparent, since, as director Earle Lee, Jr., told the audience, they must travel to Tallahassee several times a week to make rehearsals, with a group whose motto is No Excuses. No excuses, Lee told the MCCS students, when speaking of the requirements the members had to meet in order to be a part of this group. Dont bring em. Dont want to hear em. The Boys Choir of Tallahassee is a communitybased choral group whose goals are not only musical excellence, but academic excellence as well. The members, ages eight to 18, also attend required study hall in addition to rehearsals. Explaining the groups three core principles, choral director Lee spoke of Discipline, apparent in the smooth, orderly way the choir members moved quickly on and off stage, and responded to the director; Music, delivered in pleasing harmony and with attention to detail; and Love, a concern for each other that knows when to say no to a friend to pull him back from trouble. The well-rehearsed singing included a wide range of songs such as America the Beautiful, Gracias a la Vida, a Spanish-language song from Chile, and Precious Lord, Take My Hand with added lyrics that included words and phrases from Dr. Martin Luther Kings I Have A Dream speech. There were also fun numbers like No Bad News from the movie, The Wiz, which incorporated a little choreographed staging into a high-energy, crowd-pleasing musical vignette. It takes a lot of hard work and long hours of rehearsals to make something look and sound so good, and the Boys Choir of Tallahassee is up to the challenge. Hats off to all the performers, but especially to Madisons own Kammeron Joseph, Xavier Dobson and Cantrell Davis, for their talent, hard work and performance. School12Madison Enterprise-Recorderwww.greenepublishing.com Friday, May 10, 2013 Boys Choir of Tallahassee Performs for MCCS Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Lynette Norris, May 3, 2013On the Bronco Pride stage, the Boys Choir of Tallahassee performs at Madison County Central School.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Lynette Norris, May 3, 2013Former MCCS students Kammeron Joseph, Xavier Dobson and Cantrell Davis take a turn in the spotlight.

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