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Title: Madison County carrier
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tommy Greene
Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Creation Date: April 19, 2006
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    Section A: Main: Viewpoints & Opinions
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    Section A: Main: Around Madison County
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    Section A: Main: Madison Relay for Life
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    Section A: Main: Health
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    Section A: Main continued
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    Section A: Main: School
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    Section A: Main: Classifieds
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THE SPIRIT OF MADISON COUNTY


Felon Arrested For Firearms Possession


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.

A laborer was arrested for
possession of a firearm by a con-
victed felon and possession of a
sawed-off shotgun in front of Lee
First Baptist Church on Sunday,
April 16.
According to a Madison
County Sheriff's Office report,
Deputy James Mabry conducted a


traffic stop of the vehicle, driven
by Edward Raymond Beets, who
had both Titusville and Madison
addresses. The search turned up
two firearms, a pellet gun and
rounds of ammunition. The stop
was conducted in the parking lot
at Lee First Baptist Church.
Two children, who were in
the vehicle, were turned over to
an adult at Beets' Madison ad-
dress.


a- Deputy James Mabry
stands next to the mini-
van, which he stopped.
The driver was reportedly
a convicted felon, carry-
ing weapons, including a
sawed-off shotgun.
(Greene Publishing, Inc.
Photo by Jacob Bembry,
April 16, 2006)


City Of Madison Renews

Agreement With State

Attorney's Office
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The City of Madison renewed its agree-
ment with the state attorney's office to enforce
city ordinances at its Tuesday, April 11, meet-
ing.
Mayor Judy McGhee signed the agree-
ment, which has been forwarded to State Attor-
ney Jerry Blair's office for his signature.
Police Chief Rick Davis said that the con-
tract automatically renews itself every 12
months.
Davis said that the contract might be end-
ed at either time by written notice of either par-
ty. He does not foresee that happening anytime
soon.

Dewayne Leslie

Celebrated As Century

Pioneer Family Farmer
Florida Agriculture
and Consumer Ser-
vices Commissioner
Charles H. Bronson
announced on Thurs-
day, Aptil 13, that the
Dewayne Leslie Fam-
ily has qualified for
recognition as a Cen-
Stury Pioneer Family
SFarm. The Leslie fam-
Dewayne Leslie ily has maintained
continuous ownership of its property in the
Hanson-Pinetta area for at least 100 years.
In addition to the Leslies qualifying as a
Pioneer Family Farm, Steve and Susan Wood
in Suwannee County also qualified.
"These families have been able to retain
ownership of their land through the Great De-
pression, diseases, droughts, freezes and the ur-
banization of Florida," Bronson said. "That is a
great tribute to the many generations of these
families."
Agricultural products that have been pro-
duced on these properties rang fro cattle, corn,
cotton and tobacco on the Wood property to
beef cattle on the Leslie property.
Since the program began 25 years ago, 87'
family farms have received the Century Pio-
neer Farm designation. The Florida Depart-
ment of Agriculture and Consumer Services
Please see Leslie, Page 10A


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Around Madison County.........................
Bridal........................................
Church........................................... Se
Classifieds............................ ...........
Community Calendar..........................
Four Freedoms Festival.......................
H ealth............................... .........
Legals............................ .............
Obituaries..... ............. ...... ...... ...........
Relay for Life....................................
School.................... ..... ...............
Viewpoints & Opinions..........................


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By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.

The Four Freedoms Festival will
kick off in style and will feature music
by Jett Williams, daughter of the leg-
endary Hank Williams; David Frizzell,
country music star and brother of leg-
end Lefty Frizzell; Callie Buchanan, a
talented focal gal from Pinetta; the
Hodges Sisters; and the United States
Marine Corps Band.
Freedom from Fear, Freedom of
Worship, Freedom from Want and
Freedom of Speech are the Four Free-
doms, which will be celebrated during
the annual Four Freedoms Festival this
week.
The festival began last night at


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5:30 p.m. in the Four Freedoms Park
with a salute to the military and the an-
nouncement of the Citizen of the Year.
Please see Four Freedoms Festival,
Page 10A


Betty Vann


Announces Candidacy For

Supervisor of Elections
I, Betty Vann, am an-
nouncing my candidacy for the
office of Madison County Su-
pervisor of Elections.
I amg a native of Madison
County and have two children,
Julie and Lee.
I am a graduate of Madi-
son High School and attended
North Florida Junior College.
I started my own insur-
ance business in 1979 and for
27 years have owned and oper-
ated Vann Insurance, Inc. Dur-
ing this time, I have effective-
ly dealt with the public, while
maintaining my knowledge of Betty Vann
changing State and Federal
regulations in the insurance business and Federal Income Tax
Rules.
I have served on the Board of Directors for Senior Citizens
Council of Madison County for the past 10 years. I am present-
ly serving my 7th year as President of the Board of Directors for
the Senior Citizens Council. I feel, if elected, my experience as
the working manager of Vann Insurance, Inc. and my ability to
work closely with the public will provide the experience, knowl-
edge and leadership this office requires.
Please vote for and elect BETTY VANN your next Supervi-
sor of Elections.
Political advertisement, paid for and approved by Betty R.
Vann, Democrat, for Supervisor of Elections..

Comparing Gasoline

Prices Around The World


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Gasoline prices in the
United States have recently
hit record highs. In some Eu-
ropean countries, drivers pay
nearly three times more than
drivers do in the U.S.
"Government policies are
the main factors that differen-
tiate the prices for various
countries", states AirInc, a
company that tracks the cost
of living in various places
around the world.
Several European coun-
tries tax gasoline to the fullest
amount, with taxes making up
as much as 75 percent of the
cost of a gallon of gasoline!
It is interesting to take a
look at some of the other ar-
eas of the world and see
where the U.S. ranks. The
following information shows
the prices of gasoline, per


gallon.
Netherlands- $6.48
Italy- $6.27
Sweden- $5.80
France- $5.54
Ireland- $4.78
Spain- $4.55
Japan- $4.24
Brazil- $3.12
Cuba- $3.03
United States- $2.99
Russia $2.10
Saudi Arabia- $0.91
Egypt -$0.65
Venezuela- $0.12
For further information,
please visit
http://monev. cnn. corn.
To comment on how you
are coping with outrageous,
rising gas prices, please con-
tact Greene Publishing, Inc. at
P.O. Drawer 772 Madison, FL
32341 or e-mail us at
greenepub@greenepublish-
ing.com.


Maurice "Morey" Kinsley Passes

1941 2006


.....11A Maurice "Morey" Thomas Kinsley, age 65, died Saturday,
14-15A April 15, 2006, in Valdosta, Ga.
....2-3A Funeral services were held at 2:00 p.m. on Monday,
U April 17, 2006, at Beggs Funeral Home, Madison Chapel.
The family received friends prior to the service from 12:00
until 2:00 at the funeral home.
p In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Big
Bend Hospice, Covenant Hospice or the American Cancer
b Society.
He was born in Deadwood, SD on February 6, 1941
and had lived in Orlando before moving to Pinetta in 1976.
He was an Air Force veteran and had currently been the trans-
portation manager at Justin Davis Enterprises for the past R
three years.


He was a family man and loved to fish. He was a member
of St. Mary's Episcopal Church in Madison.
He is survived by his wife of 40 years, Sue Kinsley, of
Pinetta; two sons, Paul Kinsley of Madison and Travis
Kinsley, stationed in Ft. Bragg, NC; two daughters, Lora
Roland of Orlando and Melissa Kinsley of Pinetta; two
sisters, Evelyn Heki of Henderson, NV and Betty Serwin
of Murphy, NC; and three granddaughters, Cheltsie Kins-
ley, Brooke Kinsley and Ceira Roland.
He was preceded in death by his father, Maurice F.
Kinsley; his mother, Elizabeth Hanson Kinsley; a sister,
Clara Bolte; and two brothers, Ronald Kinsley and Donald
Maurice "Morey" Kinsley.
Thomas Kinsley


Page 8-9A


Raymond Beets


Courthouse Clock Being Repaired


Folks in Madison have been depending on the Courthouse
clock in Madison to keep them, pretty much, on time for years.
Recently, the clock has had different times on all four faces of
the clock. Frank Jackson, Jr., who has kept the clock running for
the county for years, is currently repairing the clock. The total
cost to the taxpayers will be $4,895. The Courthouse clock is a
special Seth Thomas clock, built especially for the the Madison
County Courthouse in 1912. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by
Jacob Bembry, April 17, 2006)


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JdacUo D tIeMlry
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Hope You Enjoyed Easter
I hope everyone had a great Easter. The day was filled with
a picnic and an Easter egg hunt at my church and other church-
es around the county.
My nieces and nephews motored over from Crawfordville
and Sopchoppy to Lee and Jennings this past Sunday. My sister,
Abbie, got to spend a little time with my great-nephew, Braxton.
I missed the whole thing, however; exhausted, .I fell asleep for
five hours Sunday and no one woke me up.
I want to extend a special birthday wish to my friend, Lisa
Greene. She celebrates her big day on Friday, April 21. I know.
because she highlighted it on my calendar.
'Others celebrating birthdays that day include Jeb Webb,
Lori Small, Jai Harris and Jack Smith.
Celebrating birthdays on Saturday, April 22, will be Paul
Webb, Jr. and Bob Hanberry
My friend, Amy Ellison will turn another year older on Sunday,
January 23. Also celebrating their days are Nina Folsom,
Trish Blair and Scott Mauldin.
Joyce Scott will celebrate her birthday on Tuesday, April
25.
That's all the news for this week! Have a great week and a
beautiful forever! May God bless each and every one of you!


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The Crime Report is published every Wednesday. It also in-
cludes an individual from Madison County's active warrant list
or a wanted person believed to be in Madison County.
If you have any information concerning the suspect, or
know his/her whereabouts, please contact one of the following
agencies: Madison County Sheriff's Department--973-4001,
Madison Police Department-973-5077, or Your MADISON
COUNTY CARRIER-973-4141. All information will remain
confidential. You need not give your name.
Information. on these individuals is printed as given each
week by the Madison County Sheriff's Department or other law
enforcement agency. The person or persons featured was cho-
sen by the agency, making the request for him/her to be. run in
this feature. Neither this newspaper, nor any members of its
staff, determines which individuals) will be featured. The ap-
pearance of an individual in this feature represents an open war-
rant for their arrest by local, area, state, and/or federal law en-
forcement authorities, and it in no way is an assumption or in-
sinuation of guilt by this newspaper or its staff. All persons are
assumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
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Madison Gatepost

Ginger Jarvis
Columnist


What A Wonderful


Resurrection Day!
Our Easter Day was absolutely beautiful. We couldn't have
designed a .vore perfect.dayi to celebrate the Risen Christ. All
around tow GtGeposf'd\a signs of the observance: the music at
First Baptist, tha mossy, floral cross in front of First Methodist,
a little girl all decked out in pink chiffon arid satin near Rocky
Springs Baptist, and Easter lilies all over the place. We found
reasons to rejoice everywhere we looked.
Bill and Margaret Throgmorton had a houseful of company.
Their friend Naomi Jenkins was up from Ocala, Bill's son
Grady came from South Florida, and Margaret's son Doug came
down from New Hampshire. We enjoyed having all of them at
the Easter supper at Rocky Springs Methodist.
Bill and Peggy Primm and family spent Easter Day in Tal-
lahassee with family for a big reunion.
We wish a very happy birthday to these folks. Thomas Glee,
Connie McClamma and Shana Magge (we missed their birth-
days April 17); Billy Masuck and Kim Mitchell, April 20; An-
thony Hampton, the competent Patrick Sparkman, Amelia Blan-
ton, and Marcus Solomon, April 21; Zet Primm, Joe Worden,
Gayle Donaldson, and Tamela Brinson, April 24; our friend Ila
Willis, Jayce Scott, Martha Davis, Cecelia Livingston, and Sue
Dowling, April 25; and good buddy Patti Schmidt, Shonda
Wright, Stacey Stephens, Jimmy Davis, Jr., Stephanie Walthall,
and Cindy Stanland, April 26.
Picket Fence Pride: the bright petunias at the entrance to
Lake Park of Madison Nursing Facility. It's worth a drive
through just to note those rich colors.
We're happy to report that Diane Deitrich came through her
surgery fine and is now at home.
Let's keep J.L. Newberry on our prayer list. He is back in
the hospital.
Wednesday night, we kick off the Four Freedoms Festival
with a Freedom of Religion service at 7 p.m. at Damascus Mis-
sionary Baptist Church. Everyone is invited. Friday night is the
street dance, and Saturday we have the parade and the festival
downtown
The activities include a musical night at the college and a
car-smashing somewhere. Put on your sneakers, cram some
money in your pocket, and come on down.
Send your news notes to Gatepost atjavvag@hotmail.corn,
leave a message at (850) 973-4141, or drop a note at the Greene
Publishing Building on S 53.
Meet you at the gatepost next week.

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Greene Publishing, Inc. will be holding a
CAR SMASH to raise money for Relay For
Life. Come out and help us take a swing at'
combatting cancer on Friday, April 21, from
7pm-1 1pm and Saturday, April 22, at The
Four Freedoms Festival, from 11:00am-
5:00pm. We will have the car ready and
waiting to be smashed in front of the old
Enterprise-Recorder office located on
Shelby Ave., across from the Courthouse.


Ilan, woman, Arrestea
On Drug Charges
A man and a woman were arrested for possession of marijua-
na and drug paraphernalia on Sunday, April-16.
According to a Madison County Sheriff's Office report,
Deputy Mike Maurice was working traffic enforcement on Inter-
state 10 when he stopped a vehicle, traveling at a high rate of
speed.
Maurice detected a strong odor of marijuana. When question-
ing Fanika L. Ponder, she denied smoking marijuana.
The driver of the vehicle, Richard White, 25, of Ft. Laud-
erdale, admitted he had smoked marijuana a few minutes earlier.
Maurice's K-9 alerted on marijuana in Ponder's possession.
Ponder and White were placed under arrest and transported to
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Established 1964
A weekly newspaper [USPS 324 800] designed for the express
reading pleasures of the people of its circulation area, be they past, pre-
sent or future residents.
Published weekly by Greene Publishing, Inc., 1695 South State
Road 53, Madison, Florida 32340. Periodicals postage PAID at the Post
Office in Madison, Florida 32340.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to MADISON COUNTY
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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.
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National Security
Joe Boyles
Guest Columnist


THE ,,FOUR FREEDOMS
This weekend, Madison will celebrate the Four Freedoms
Festival, named for the monument which graces our central
park. The monument, commissioned by President Roosevelt
and dedicated 62 years ago, recognizes the sacrifice made by
Captain Colin P. Kelly, Jr. in the opening days of America's en-
try into World War II. It is named for the speech that FDR de-
livered as his 1941 State of the Union address, 11 months before
the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Roosevelt's speech, delivered to Congress on January 6,
1941, is one of the best-remembered addresses of his remark-
able presidency covering 12 years from 1933 to 1945. In
essence, it was a call-to-arms. Although America was not yet
engaged in the war, which had begun in China in 1935, and
spread with earnest over Europe four years later, FDR was lay-
ing the groundwork for America's intervention.
The speech, which lasted about three-quarters of an hour,
begins with describing the current threat to America's security.
The current state of the world threat is placed in context of
America's previous wars'; Roosevelt says that our national se-
curity policy is based on self-defense, democratic ideals, and
honoring commitments to our allies.
The next part of the speech describes the state of defense
production, and the need for Congress to raise funds to support
national security. At this stage, America was transforming from
a post-Depression peacetime economy to producing armaments,
on the way to becoming the "Arsenal of Democracy."
As the speech winds to a close, President Roosevelt devotes
his attention to describing the strengths of a democratic govern-
ment. Finally, he describes a future world founded on four free-
doms; this forms the signature of a speech that would hereafter
be known as "The Four Freedoms." Two of these freedoms are
freedom of: speech and worship. The second two are freedoms
from: want and fear.
The first two freedoms come directly from the first amend-
ment to the Constitution. Certainly, freedom of speech is es-
sential to democracy. Without the right to speak and dissent,
government of the people is impossible. Freedom of worship is
more contentious than speech; in present day context, the so-
called wall of separation between church and state.is frequently
used as an excuse to denN the opportunity for people of faith to
practice their worship..
The two freedoms from are also contentious. Freedom
from want which, in Roosevelt's language meant, new "eco-
nomic understandings," is often used as an excuse to take from
one set of people to give to another. That power frequently
leads to abuses, particularly by politicians who decide who will
be the donor and who will be the recipient. Freedom from fear,
which meant "world-wide reduction of armaments," has not ap-
preciably happened in the six decades since FDR's prediction
and ignores the role that weapons have as a deterrent against
war.
The Roosevelt ideal is summed in the ending: "Since the
beginnings of our American history, we have been engaged in
change in a perpetual peaceful revolution ... The nation has
placed its destiny in the hands and heads. and hearts of its mil-
lions of free men and women; and its faith in freedom under the
guidance of God. Freedom means the supremacy of human
rights everywhere. Our support goes to those who struggle to
gain those rights or keep them. Our strength is our unity of pur-
pose."
In retrospect, it is admirable to observe how FDR led the,
"Greatest Generation" to defeat the forces of fascism. Today,
we are faced with another type of fascism from the world of rad-
ical Islam, and our unity of purpose is not nearly as complete as
the one that Roosevelt forged. It is true that our enemy today
cannot mount the resources that Germany and Japan did sixty
years ago, but it is also true that weapons in the 21st Century are
much more deadly than they were during World War II. On
9/11, the actions of only 19 al-Qaeda hijackers led to the death
of more than 3000 of our countrymen and many billions in de-
struction as they sought to.instill fear in our hearts and minds.
It seems to me that the Four Freedoms and Roosevelt's ide-
al are every bit as relevant today as they were in 1941. Once
again, we have a lot to learn from the past.





Angela Graham vs. Myyeshia Graham-dissolution of mar-
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Steve and Ana Weeks, of
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upcoming marriage of their
daughter, Jessica Ann Weeks .
to Reed Ryan Lambdin, son
of Patti Lambdin, of Tallahas- .....
see.
The bride is a graduate of
Madison County High School
and attends Florida State Uni-
versity. The groom is a grad-
uate of Lincoln High School
in Tallahassee, and he is cur-
rently an Audio-Visual Spe-
cialist at the Challenger
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Carlton Lamar

Uinson
Carlton Lamar Vinson,
age 67, a farmer, died Satur-
day, April 15, in Tallahassee.
Services will be Wednes-
day, April 19, 2006 at 11:00
a.m. at Beggs Monticello Fu-
neral Home Monticello Chapel
in Monticello. Interment will
follow in Olive Baptist Church
Cemetery. Visitation was
Tuesday, April 18, 2006 at
Beggs Funeral Home Monti-
cello Chapel from 6:00 to 8:00
p.m.
In lieu of flowers, dona-
tions may be made to the
American Cancer Society, 241
John Knox Rd, #100, Tallahas-
see, Florida 32303.
Lamar was a life long res-
ident of Jefferson County. He
was a member of the National
Rifle Association, Three
Rivers Hunting Club and Farm
and was named Farm Family
of Jefferson County in 1987.
Lamar is survived by two
sons Carl Russell Vinson
(Karen Jones, finance), and Ja-
son Vinson of Monticello; one
daughter Marie Larson (Keith)
of Tallahassee; and three
grandchildren.

Maurice "Morey"

Thomas Kinsley


Maurice "Morey"
Thomas Kinsley, age 65, died
Saturday, April 15, 2006, in
Valdosta, Ga.
Funeral services were held
at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, April
17, 2006, at Beggs Funeral
Home, Madison Chapel. The
family received friends prior to
the service from 12:00 until
2:00 at the funeral home.
In lieu of flowers, dona-
tions may be made to Big
Bend Hospice, Covenant Hos-
pice or the American Cancer
Society.
He was born in Dead-
wood, SD on February 6, 1941
and had lived in Orlando be-
fore moving to Pinetta in 1976.
He was an Air Force veteran
and had currently been the
transportation manager at
Justin Davis Enterprises for
the past three years.
He was a family man
and loved to fish. He was a
member of St. Mary's Episco-
pal Church in Madison.
He is survived by his wife
of 40 years, Sue Kinsley, of
Pinetta; two sons, Paul Kinsley
of Madison and Travis Kins-
ley, stationed in Ft. Bragg, NC;
two daughters, Lora Roland of
Orlando and Melissa Kinsley
of Pinetta; two sisters, Evelyn
Heki of Henderson, NV and
Betty Serwin of Murphy, NC;
and three granddaughters,
Cheltsie Kinsley, Brooke
Kinsley and Ceira Roland.
He was preceded in death
by his father, Maurice F. Kins-
ley; his mother, Elizabeth Han-
son Kinsley; a sister, Clara
Bolte; and two brothers,
Ronald Kinsley and Donald
Kinsley.


Wild Adventures Welcomes

Aly & AJ On April 22


April 21
Positive Christian Singles
is hosting a Karaoke Dance
Party at 9:00 p.m. at 1650 Riv-
er Street in Valdosta. Poetry
In Motion is this week's
theme, so bring your original
poems to share. For more in-
formation, call 229-242-3797.
April 22
The Colin P. Kelly Free-
dom Run at Four Freedoms
Festival will start at 7:30 a.m.
There will be a fun run and a
5K run. For more informa-
tion, call 973-1637 or email
belld@nfcc.edu.
April 22
Cherry Lake Fire Rescue
will host a Bass Tournament at
the Sim's Boat Club (Old
Wade's Beach) in Cherry
Lake. The tournament will
run from 6:00 p.m. to 12:00
a.m. there is an entry fee of
$40.00 per boat (2 fishermen)
or $20.00 per boat (1 fisher-
man). You can also register
for the "Big Fish" pot which
costs $10.00 per boat, with
100% payback to the winner
of the "Big Fish." Registration
will start promptly at 4:30
p.m. until 5:45 p.m. Prize
Money paid to 1st thru 4th
places if more than 21 boats
register or 1st thru 3rd place if
less than 20 boats register. For
more information please call
(850) 929-2354, Cherry Lake
Fiie Rescue and leave a mes-
sage. Your phone call will be
returned.
April 22
Singles Fun and Friends,
sponsored by Positive Christ-
ian Singles, will meet every
Saturday at 7:00 p.m. in McK-
ay Park, Valdosta. Children
are welcome to attend this free
event with their parents. For
more information, please call
229-242-3797.
April 25
South Georgia Medical
Center will ost SGMC Best
Buddies, a local Support.
group for breast cancer sur-
vivors, from 6:00 7:30 p.m.
in the Pearlman Comprehen-
sive Cancer Center Confer-
ence Room. Participation is
free of charge. All breast can-
cer survivors are encouraged
to attend. For more informa-
tion, call Christine Forrest at
229-259-4638.
April 25
The Business Enterprise
Center will be conducting
their second Business Start-
Up and How to Market your
business Workshop at the
Madison County Extension
Office in Madison from 12:00
1:30 p.m. This service is
provided at no charge. To
RSVP, please call 386-638-
9939.
April 26
The Lady of the Lake
Quilting Guild will hold it's
monthly meeting at 9:30 a.m.
in the Southside Recreation
Center in Lake City. This
month's program is entitled
"What Was I Thinking" and it
will be presented by Joan
Murray. The Guild is an orga-
nization for anyone interested
in quilts and the art of quilting.
For more information, contact
Sandy Lindfors at 386-362-
6850 or riverfolk@alltel.net.
April 27
Preschool Screening for
children age three-five is
scheduled for April 27, 2006
from 3:00 6:00 p.m. at the
old Madison Primary School.
April 28
Positive Christian Singles
is hosting a Karaoke Dance
Party at 9:00 p.m. at 1650 Riv-
er Street in Valdosta. Texas
Hold 'em Tournament is this


week's theme. For more in-
formation, call 229-242-3797.
April 30
The New Lamont Baptist
Church in Lamont will be
holding a dedication and open
house to celebrate the official
opening of the Church. Dedi-
cation starts at 2:00 p.m. and
the open house will begin at
3:00 p.m. Refreshments will
be served. Everyone is invit-
ed.
May 6
The Suwannee Valley
Humane Society will hosting
its Spring Fling from 10:00
a.m. to 1:00 p.m. There will
be great bargains at their
huge plant and yard sale.
Also, you can enjoy food, fun
and meeting some of the
most popular residents. To
reach the shelter, take 1-10 to
Exit 262, then north towards
Lee fro 1/2 mile and turn left
on Bisbee Loop and follow
the signs. For more informa-
tion, call 971-9904 or 866-
236-7812.
May 20
20th of May Jubilee Cel-
ebration is approaching and
the Community Coordinators


are looking for applicants for
the position of 20th of May
Queen. If you are interested
in becoming a candidate, call
Angela Bass at 973-2299 or
Kechia Robinson at 973-
3588. They thank you in ad-
vance for your participation.
May 27
The Generation of Excel-
lence Dance Team Summer
Youth Dance will hold an
open enrollment and infor-
mation session from 12:00 to
2:00 p.m. at the Madison
County Public Library.
June 20 & 21
FCAT Retakes will be
given at Madison County
High School for seniors and
students who received a Cer-
tificate of Completion. For
more information or to sign
up, contact Becky Sellers at
973-5061.
June 27 & 28
The HSCT (High School
Competency Test) will be ad-
ministered for all eligible stu-
dents. To check your eligi-
bility or sign up for the test,.
contact Shirley Joseph at
973-5022. The deadline for
signing up is May 31.


Teen sisters Aly and AJ
have pretty serious talent as a
foundation to their budding,ca-
reer. Singers, songwriters, mu-
sicians, actors....it's all on their
resume. That's pretty impres-
sive, especially being only 15
and 17 years old. Check out
these talented sisters Saturday,
April 22 at Wild Adventures
Theme Park, beginning at 7
p.m.
Aly and AJ recently re-
leased their debut CD, but
chances are, you've probably
already seen or heard them.
Their single "Rush" is tihe
soundtrack for the WNBA's cur-
rent commercial campaign and
their cover of "Walking on Sun-
shine" is not only included on
the new CD, but was heard by
millions of moviegoers in the
hit film, Herbie Fully Loaded.
Another cover "Do You Believe
in Magic," was used in the-tele-
vision movie Now You See It,
and videos for both cover songs
have been top requests on the
Disney Channel for months.
Aside from the two covers, the
album contains 12 songs the
girls co-wrote, displaying yet
another talent of these multi-
faceted entertainers. Addition-
ally, the two are accomplished
on the guitar and piano.
As a sign of their growing
popularity and wide appeal, Aly
and AJ will appear and perform


at the traditional White House
Easter Egg Role on Monday.
Off-stage, Aly and AJ both have
had roles in television and the
movies. Aly co-stars in the TV
show, Phil of the Future as
"Keely" and AJ has been seen
on The Guardian, Oliver Beene
and General Hospital. The sis-
ters co-star together in the new
Disney movie Cow Belles and
perform the single "On the
Ride" for the movie as well. If
you would like to see them be-
fore the show, check out their
appearance April 20 on "Good
Morning America." Then, join
in on the fun at Wild Adventures
April22. The show is included
in park admission, so bring your
lawn chairs to set up. Covered
reserve seating directly in front
of the stage is also available for
an additional $10.
This all-star concert joins
more than 100 rides and attrac-
tions, including nine roller
coasters. Come face-to-face
with more than 500 exotic ani-
mals set in natural 'habitats
throughout the park or take in
one of the dazzling daily shows.
Splash Island Water Park is
now open and also included
with park admission. Wild Ad-
ventures is located off Interstate
75, exit 13 in Valdosta, Ga. For
more information, call (229)
219-7080 or visit www.wildad-'
ventures.net.


You Could Be A Lucky Winner!


Fill out this questionnaire and return it to:

Greene Publishing, Inc. by April 21st
A winner will be drawn on April 28, 2006, from the returned questionnaire to
win four (4) Wild Adventure tickets and four (4) Movie Passes
No purchase is required. You do not need to be present to win.

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use both subscriptions

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Path Of Faith Remote Guide
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Feed Chart Health News Jail Rel


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Question of the Week
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Red Hatters Alike Gather For A Day Of Fellowship


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
On Tuesday, April 4, the
Divas of the Lake Park of
Madison Nursing Home host-
ed a superior day of fellow-
ship with the Madison Red
Hatter's.
Members were decked out
in their extraordinary red hats
and purple dresses to signify


who they were and the reasons
they had to celebrate.
Aubrey Jones, the dietary
manager of the Lake Park of
Madison Nursing Home, took
extra special time to prepare
an extraordinary lunch, which
included chicken cordon bleu,
mashed potatoes and gravy,
broccoli spears with cheese
sauce, dinner roll, pound cake,


The loss of a loved one is
never easy to understand. We won-
der why? But we accept that it's
i God's will. We know
9our loved one has
gone to a better place.
SMarch 26th, our dear loved one
Phillip Dale Franklin never made it
home. For a week, everyone
searched to find him. He was
found April 1st. Phillip had made it
to his final home with our Dear Lord.
We would like to take this time to thank all who helped in
the search, who called with concern, who prayed for our
Phillip and his family, who brought,food and who stopped by
with a hug.
We thank all of the Madison County Deputies and Sheriff
Pete Bucher, the search teams with dogs, the helicopter pilots,
the Mounted Patrol, every friend and neighbor, the local radio
and T.V. stations, The Madison Carrier, Pastor Hicks and Pas-
tor Peck, all of Grandma's quilting buddies and members of
her church, Cherry Lake Baptist.
The whole Madison community just poured out their
hearts to our family. Words can never express the love and
thanks we feel for each and everyone. Please forgive us if we
have forgotten someone; there were so many. We will never
forget your outpouring of love. May God Bless each of you.
With our love and thank you again,
The family of Phillip Dale Franklin


and a beverage. All of the
guests from the luncheon thor-
oughly enjoyed their meal and
themselves.
The activities' director
from the Lake Park of Madi-
son Nursing Home, Kathy
Jennings, arranged an exciting
time of Red Hatters' door
prizes that ranged from
bracelets, pins, a candy dish, a
jam-packed gift basket full of
goodies, and much more.
The Queen from the Di-
vas of the Lake Park of Madi-
son, Ernestine Foster, and the
Queen from the Red Hatters'
of Madison, Betty Williams,
were honored at the luncheon.
Activities director, Kathy
Jennings stated, "I have only
been a part of the Lake Park of
Madison Nursing Home team
for three months now, but it
was an absolute pleasure to
meet the residents from the
Madison community. This is a
wonderful team to work with
here and I am very happy. The
day was marvelous for myself,
the staff, the Lake Park of
Madison Nursing Home resi-


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The Pink Hatter's, which will soon become Red Hatters, of the April 4 luncheon,
enjoyed themselves thoroughly. Pictured left to right, Shannon White, Connie
Olive, Ashley Sevor, Kim Rye and Rashaunda Stephens. (Greene Publishing, Inc.
Photo by Jessalyn Covell, April 4, 2006)
dents, and the Madison Coun- h f I
ty residents."
Altogether it was a won-
derful day of fun and fellow- -
ship for residents and local
Madison County ladies over
50 to come together for the .
same reason--being a Red 2:"
Hatter of course!


New Activities Director Has

Big Plans For The Lake Park

of Madison Nursing Home


Activities Director, Kathy Jennings, and Queen of
the Divas from the Lake Park of Madison, Ernestine
Foster had an outstanding time. (Greene Publishing
Inc. Photo by Jessalyn Covell, April 4, 2006)


Kathy Jennings, Activities Director for the Lake
Park of Madison Nursing Home, has been directing
new ideas and activities for the residents, which has
gone over extremely well! (Greene Publishing, Inc.
Photo by Jessalyn Covell, April 7, 2006)


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diseases, and wildfire through practices
that promote healthy pines.


* Thin dense pine stands.
* Control understory
plant competition.
* Minimize tree wounds
during harvests.


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* Use prescribed fire.
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stands and replant.
* Plant species right
for the soil and site.


A message from the Florida Department
of Agriculture and Consumer Services,
Division of Forestry, the University of
Florida/IFAS, and the USDA Forest Service.


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Approximately three
months ago, Kathy Jennings,
Activities Director Coordinator,
was hired on board at the Lake
Park of Madison Nursing Home.
Kathy Jennings is married
with four sons and she also has
ten grandchildren.
She has been involved in
health care for a whopping 35
years.
Kathy decided to get in-
volved as an activities director
due to the fact that she loves to
make people smile. A strong
feeling of accomplishment over-
comes her when she is able to
perform something that pleases
the residents.
Jennings completed the ba-
sic education course required by
the state to become certified as
an activity professional. She is
always in some sort of class that
will provide her with more edu-
cation to better herself and be-
come the best that she can possi-
bly be in her profession.
She decided to become a
part of the Lake Park of Madi-
son Nursing Home team be-
cause she felt like they needed
her and she loves to be needed!,
Kathy Jennings stated, "The
team that I work with is great!
The residents are the greatest. I
have worked with the adminis-
trator, Joyce Denham before,
and she is a really good person
to work for."


The Queens from both the Red Hatters' group, Bet-
ty Williams and Ernestine Foster, pictured left to right,
had a fantastic time at the luncheon, visiting with oth-
er members from the two separate groups. (Greene
Publishing Inc. Photo by Jessalyn Covell, April 4,
2006)


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Woman's Club Welcomes NFCC Community Chorus
Performs Concert April 30


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
On Thursday, February
9th, the Madison Woman's
Club held their monthly
meeting.


During the meeting, He-
len McCain, President of the
Woman's Club, reported that
the new blinds are up and that
they are looking marvelous!
Also, Willie Clare


Just two of the several, hand made quilts that the
Pine Tree Quilters showed off are seen above during
their presentation at the monthly Woman's Club meet-
ing. (Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jessalyn Cov-
ell, February 9, 2006)


e -
This is a beautiful painting, which was made by
one of the members of the Woman's Club, specifically
for the Art & Crafts Show which was held in Perry.
;(Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jessalyn Covell,
February 9, 2006)


Copeland finished planting
131 Live Oak Trees, all
throughout Madison County.
What a bunch of busy little
bees these women are! 61
trees were planted around
Lake Frances alone, and 21 on
the campus of North Florida
Community College. The
ladies just got done trimming
each and every tree. Mrs.
Copeland stated, "We, the
ladies of the Woman's Club,
are proud of our trees, their
growth and the Garden Club."
Obviously, there couldn't be a
better group of women who
\\ ork so well together and this
particular project has made
huge things happen for Madi-
son since 1982.'.
There was a huge display
of breathtaking art in the back
of the Woman's Club build-
ing, that each of the members
crafted for the Arts and Crafts
Show which was held in Perry
on February 18th. All of the
arts and crafts have been
made within the past year.
There were all kinds of neat
things from purses to pictures.
Some of the things were just
mind- boggling was how on
earth those ladies were
blessed to be so very talented.
Helen McCain remarked,
"These ladies just do beauti-
ful, beautiful things."
McCain was looking for-
ward to having many of her
members place 1st in the Art
Show. Well, her wish was
granted and eight members of


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the WC received blue ribbons.
Their crafts will be displayed
at the May convention which
will take.place in Orlando.
The guest speaker of the
February 9th meeting were
the talented Pine Tree Quil-
ters. Sally Hubbard, who has
been a member for' four years
now, spoke on all the different
kinds of quilting from the eas-
iest to the most difficult.
There was a great display of
just some of the 475 quilts
made. The best thing about
this group is that there are no
official fees to being a mem-
ber.
These quilters have been
and continue to make these
"baby bundles" which are
given to every health depart-
ment baby once the mother
comes for her first check up
after giving birth. The baby
bundles include quilts, two
outfits, socks, one suits, t-
shirts, diapers, etc.
Hubbard remarked,
"Everything. that's given to us
gets used in someway that is
needed, nothing is ever not
put to good use. The ladies of
this quilting group are the ab-
solutely some of the nicest
ladies in the county."


This is a one of a kind,
hand sewn picture made
by one of Madison's very
own Woman's Club mem-
bers. (Greene Publishing,
Inc. Photo by Jessalyn
Covell, February 9, 2006)




By Rix Quinn
To whom do you sell most
often to a business or to a
consumer? This could alter
your marketing approach!
In business-to-business
ads, one businessperson talks
to another about business-re-
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MAKING MONEY and SAV-
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about ANYTHING. For in-
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parenting, health care, and
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To present an effective ad,
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Enjoy variety of choral pieces at
Madison's Grace Presbyterian Church, 3 p.m.


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Other sacred works include
"Create in Me, 0 God, a Pure
Heart" by Johannes Brahms,
"Carry the Light" and the spir-
itual "Don't You Let Nobody
Turn You Around." Two up-
beat American folksongs
"Ching-A-Ring Chaw" and
"Charlottown" will be fol-
lowed by Stephen Foster's
"The Glendy Burk."
The chorus will also per-
form a moving tribute to the
victims of 9/11 called "Kyrie"
from Memorial by Rene
Clausen followed by "Ameri-
ca- Our Heritage" which will
end the program.
The program is free and
open to the public.
For more information,
contact Rebecca Burkart at
(850) 973-1643 or email Mu-
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At one time or another, you probably wished you
could increase your investments if only you had the
money. And it's certainly true that investing can be expen-
sive. However, you might be able to get "more bang for
your buck" and, over time, significantly increase your
holdings by buying shares of dividend paying stocks and
reinvesting the dividends into the same stocks.
To follow this strategy, of course. you ha\e to find
stocks that regularly\ pay dividends. Fortunately. b\ doing
a little research, you can indeed locate companies that have
long histories of not only paying, but also increasing, their
dividends. (Keep in mind, though, that stocks are not
fixed-income vehicles, and dividends can be increased,
decreased or totally eliminated at any point without notice,
no matter how good their track record has been.)
If you are interested in reinvesting dividends, you
might want to look for companies that offer automatic div-
idend reinvestment plans, also known as DRIPs. And you
don't have to receive enormous dividends to participate,
either;, many DRIPs allow you to send in as little as $10 to
$50 at a time to buy additional shares of stock.
The.biggest benefit of DRIPs, of course, is the ability
they give you to increase the shares of stock you own. But
you'll find other advantages, too. Here are a couple to con-
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*Investment discipline To be a successful investor,
you need the discipline to continuously invest, month after
month, year after year, in good markets and bad. Many
people lack this discipline and take a "time out" from
investing until they feel they can really afford it. But, as
you know, we can all find other ways to spend money, and
investing often ranks tossed aside for what appear to be
more pressing needs. However, by taking part in DRIPs,
you will invest steadily, and with virtually no effort on
your part. And since you never received the dividend
checks in the first place, you won't really "miss" the
money. Remember, though, that a systematic investment
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against loss in declining markets. It involves continuous
investment in the security regardless of the price of the
security. You should continue your ability to invest through
periods of low price levels.
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Now however, dividends are taxed at a maximum rate of
15 percent. (This rate is set to expire at the end of 2008,
barring congressional action.) But even this new, relative-
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a great deal of dividends. Consequently, if you participate
in several DRIPs, you might want to keep some of your
stocks in a tax-deferred vehicle, such as an IRA.

DRIPs for the Long Run
Ideally, to use a DRIP, you want to find stocks that
offer attractive current yields and growth potential, and
you want to keep adding shares of these stocks for a long
time. Fortunately, you should not find the task too hard,
because the companies that regularly increase dividends
are generally high-quality businesses that actively try to
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So, work with a financial professional to identify these
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The Community Chorus
of North Florida Community
College will perform a com-,
munity concert on, Sunday,
April 30, at 3 p.m., at the
Grace Presbyterian Church,
1200 N. Washington St.,
Madison, Fla. Co-directed by
Drs. Arnold and Rebecca
Burkart, the chorus will pre-
sent an eclectic program of
choral works from the Renais-
sance to the 21st Century.
"We hope that you will
come and enjoy this concert
featuring many outstanding
choral works," Rebecca
Burkart said.
The program will be in
five parts: Sacred Music of
Five Centuries, Follow the
Sun, Folk Music of Southern
SU.S., Madrigals for Spring and
In Memoriam USA 9/11. The
concert begins with "Ave
Maria," and "Ave Verum Cor-
pus" which are two beautiful
sacred polyphonic works from
the Renaissance and "Flora
Gave Me Fairest Flowers" and
"How Great the Love" which
are Renaissance madrigals.






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Freedoms Festival Events April 22;
Come for quilt and flower displays, dessert tast-
ing, antique farm & machine exhibit
Once again the Mansion (officially, the NFCC Wardlaw-Smith-
Goza Conference Center) is the scene for some of the most popular
displays and exhibits at the Four Freedoms'Festival, April 22, in
Madison. Can you think of a better setting than the historic,
columned Mansion for displays of handmade quilts and spring
flowers? After you've filled your eyes at the displays inside the
Mansion, stroll by the kitchen to sample luscious, homemade
desserts. Then, take a walk under the century oak in the drive, to see.
and touch genuine antiques from farm and home sites.
The Mansion is open to the public Saturday, April 22nd from
11 until 3. The NFCC Foundation donates use of the Mansion for
the events in conjunction with the Four Freedoms Festival.
QUILT SHOW: Open to the public April 20-22, 11 a.m. until
3 p.m. For more information or to display a quilt, contact Maria
Greene, 850/973-9432 or GreeneM@nfcc.edu.
FLOWER EXHIBIT: Members of the Madison Garden Club
host of the Flower Exhibit, open to the public April 20-22, 11 to 3.
DESSERT TASTING: Noon, Saturday, April 22nd. Desserts
are entries for the Dessert Bake-Off Contest Friday, April 21st at the
Four Freedoms Festival. Bali Thigpen, The Rosery Florist, Madi-
son, sponsors the event. To enter the bake-off contest, contact The
Rosery, 300 South Range Street, Madison, or telephone 850/973-
2525.
ANTIQUE FARM HOME AND MACHINERY EXHIBIT:
Wayne Vickers of Madison offers a unique and interesting display
of household, farm, and machinery antiques, Saturday, April 22nd.
Admission is free of charge, but donations are welcome. The
Mansion is located on U.S. Highway 90 in Madison. For informa-
tion contact Maria Greene, Wardlaw-Smith-Goza Conference Cen-
ter coordinator, 850-973-9432 or email GreeneM@nfcc.edu.


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QUILT Snow & FLOWER EXHIBIT
The NFCC Foundation hosts its annual Quilt Showfeaturing local quilted treasures
at'the Wardlaw-Smith-Goza Conference Center, also known as the Mansion.
The Madison Garden Club compliments the Quilt Show with a beautiful floral exhibit.

April 20, 21 & 22
Thursday, Friday & Saturday 11 a.m.-3 p.m.


ANTIQUE DISPLAY
Wayne Vickers offers an "Antique Farm Home and Small Machinery" display at the Mansion.
Saturday, April 22 11 a.m.-3 p.m.


DESSERT TASTING
Sample wonderful desserts entries of the April 21 Dessert Contest hosted by The Rosery Florist.
Saturday, April 22 -12 Noon
in conjunction with Madison Four Freedoms Festival April22. FREE Admission/Donations Welcome





COLIN P. KELLY FREEDOM RUN / APRIL 22
Sponsored by the NFCC chapter of the Florida Association of Community Colleges
Both begin and end at the corner of Range and Manon Streets in Madison, Flonda
1 -MV LE FUN RUN: Open to children up to 16 Begins at 8 am $5 entry fee
5K RUN/W ALK: Open to all ages. Begins at 9 am $10 entry fee
Applications available at Madison Chamber of Commerce or online at www.nfcc.edu.
For more information, contact Enid Kozlowski at (850) 973-1637 or emai KozlowsklE@nfcc edu.



SC HEDULEO PEEENTS
Events shown are tentatively scheduled at publication.
For a final, confirmed listing, please contact the Madison County Chamber
Unless otherwise noted, events are without charge and take place in the downtown area near
Four Freedoms Park, Madison, Fla.
TUESDAY, APRIL 18: FREEDOM FROM FEAR
5:30 p.m. Military Salute in the Four Freedoms Park
Citizen of the Year Announcement
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19: FREEDOM OF WORSHIP
11 a.m. 3 p.m. Quilt & Flower Show, Antique Farm/Machinery Exhibit,
Wardlaw-Smith-Goza Mansion
7:00 p.m. Community Service at Damascus Missionary Baptist Church, Smith St.
THURSDAY, APRIL 20: FREEDOM FROM WANT
11 a.m.- 3 p.m. Quilt & Flower Show, Antique Farm/Machinery Exhibit,
Wardlaw-Smith-Goza Mansion
5:00 p.m. ICAN Kids' Caf6
Damascus Missionary Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, Smith Street
FRIDAY, APRIL 21: FREEDOM OF SPEECH
11 a.m. 3 p.m. Quilt & Flower Show, Antique Farm/Machinery Exhibit,
Wardlaw-Smith-Goza Mansion
3:00 p.m. Rib Cooking Contest
5 11 p.m. Food vendors on Range Street
5:30 p.m. Madison County Junior Auxiliary Creative Writing Contest,
Range Street
6100 p.m. Becky's Dance Steps Showcase Performance,Range Street
7:00 p.m. Pet Contest on the Courthouse Lawn
Sponsored by Madison Veterinary Clinic/Grooming Dept.
7 11 p.m. Community Street Dance on Range Street
Sponsored by Madison County Memorial Hospital and
Johnson & Johnson
SATURDAY, APRIL 22: FOUR FREEDOMS FESTIVAL
7:30 a.m. Colin P. Kelly Freedom Runs at Range & Marion Streets
Sponsored by NFCC Chapter of Fla. Association of Community Colleges
7:30 a.m.- One mile Fun Run
8:00 a.m.- 5K Race
All Day Arts & Crafts, Food Vendors, Arts Trail in the Downtown Area
All Day Classic Car Show; Giant Pinball Machine, Range Street
All Day Dunking Booth, Courthouse Lawn
10:00 a.m. 'PARADE!
1 la.m. 3 p.m. Quilt & Flower Show, Antique Farm/Machinery Exhibit,
Wardlaw-Goza-Smith Mansion
11:00 a.m. Children's Art Wall, Range & Marion
Sponsored by Madison County Junior Auxiliary
12:00 noon Dessert Tasting at the Wardlaw-Goza-Smith Mansion
12:30 p.m. LIVE ENTERTAINMENT at the Gazebo, Four Freedoms Park
Marine Corps Band
Callie Buchanan
The Hodges Sisters (gospel singers)
The Lonnie Jolson Band (country music)
Hank Williams Tribute sung by his daughter, Jett Williams
David Frazzell, hit country music star
1:00 p.m. Watermelon Seed Spitting Contest, Courthouse Lawn
Sponsored by Browning & Sons, Inc.
1:30 p.m. Frog Hop, Courthouse Lawn
Sponsored by Madison Veterinary Clinic and Tim Sanders, Clerk of the Court
2:00 p.m. Children's Pedal Powered Tractor Pull, Range & Base Streets
Sponsored by Capital City Bank, TL Renfroe, Inc. and Big Bend Hospice
7:00 p.m. "I'll Be Seeing You" 1940s Musical Revue
Van H. Priest Auditorium, NFCC. Performed by NFCC Sentinel Singers,
Jazz Ensemble and community singers.
CORPORATE SPONSORS: Tallahassee Memorial Regional Hospital and Progress Energy
THE GREATER MADISON COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
125 NE Range Ave., Madison, Fla. 850/973-2788, Email: chamber@madisonfl.org


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AROUND MADISON COUNTY
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Leslie Cont frompage 1A
administers the program with assistance of the Florida Agricul-
tural Museiam.
For more information about the program or to apply for
membership into the program, contact Richard Gunnels at gun-
nel@doacs.state.fl.us or call (850) 488-3022. Information is also
available on the web at www.florida-agricultue.com/market-
ing/centur pioneers.htm.

Greene Publishing, Inc.

Introduces Puzzlebook

In This Issue
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A word of warning: if you're eating ice cream while doing
one of the puzzles in the Greene Publishing, Inc. Puzzlebook,
please don't eat it too fast. Crossword puzzles, word searches
and word piles do not go good with brain freeze.
Children's puzzles, including Mystery Mosaics and Double
Takes are also part of the fun.
The spies among the readers will love solving the "Crypto
Crackers," as they try to break the code.
SGreene Publishing, Inc. will put out the Puzzlebook every
three months for its readers. It is hoped that you enjoy the first
issue, which is inserted in today's newspaper.

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Four Freedoms Festival

The Quilt & Flower Show and
Antique Farm/Machinery Ex-
hibit will be held from 11
a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesday
through Friday at the Ward- i .'
law-Smith-Goza Mansion.
A community worship .
service will be held at Damas-
cus Missionary w Baptist
Church on Smith Street at 7
p.m. on Wednesday, April 19.
On Thursday, April 20, .
the ICAN Kids' Caf6, located
at the Damascus Missionary
Baptist .Church Fellowship .
Hall, will host Freedom from
Want Day beginning at 5 p.m. .
A rib-cooking contest will
be held on Friday, April 21,
beginning at 3 p.m.
Food vendors will be on
Range Street, beginning from
5-11 p.m. on Friday afternoon.
At 5:30 p.m., the winners r
of the Madison County Junior

be announced. w-il
At 6 p.m., Becky's Dance w.davidfrinzell.rom
Steps Studio Showcase Performance will be held on Range ginning at 1 p.
Street. A frog ho
A pet contest, sponsored by the Madison Veterinary Clin- Tim Sanders,,4
ic/Grooming.Department will be held at 7 p.m. on the Court- p.m. on the Cc
house Lawn. A children
A community street dance will be held on Range Street ital City Bank
from 7-11 p.m. held beginning
Greene Publishing, Inc. will be hosting a car smashing from The week
7-11 p.m. on Friday evening and from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. on 1940s Musical
Saturday. All proceeds from the car smashing will benefit the Auditorium at
Relay for Life. the NFCC Jaz;
On Saturday, April 22, the fun begins with the Colin P. Kel- the show.
ly Freedom Runs, which, will be held at Range and Marion
Streets. The NFCC Chapter of the Florida Association of Com- 0
munity Colleges will sponsor the runs.
At 7:30 a.m., the one-mile Fun Run will be held.
At 8 a.m., the 5K race will be held.
All day long, there will be arts and crafts vendors, food ven-
dors, and an arts trail in the downtown area.
A classic car show, a dunking booth and a giant pinball ma-
chine will be featured all day. .'
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At 10 a.m., the Citizen of the
Year will serve as the Grand
Marshal of the Parade.
The quilt and flower show
and antique farm/machinery
exhibit will be held at the Man-
sion, from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.
The Madison County Junior
Auxiliary will host a children's
art wall, beginning at 11 a.m.
At 12 noon, dessert tasting
will be held at the Wardlaw-
Smith-Goza Mansion.
Live entertainment will be
held at the Gazebo, beginning
at 12:30 p.m. Featured per-
formers will include the Marine
Corps Band, Callie Buchanan,
the Hodges Sisters, the Lonnie
Jolson Band, Jett Williams
(daughter of Hank Williams)
and David Frizzell. Betty
Everett, from WMAF, will em-
cee'this talented bunch of folks.
A watermelon seed-spitting
contest, sponsored by Brown-
ing & Sons, Inc., will be held
on the Courthouse Lawn, be-


m. .
op, sponsored by Madison Veterinary Clinic and
Clerk of the Court, will be held beginning at 1:30
)urthouse Lawn.
I's pedal-powered tractor pull, sponsored by Cap-
, TL Renfroe Inc. and Big Bend Hospice, will be
g at 2 p.m.
's festivities will close with a performance of the
SRevue, "I'll Be Seeing You" at the Van H. Priest
NFCC, beginning at 7 p.m. The Sentinel Singers,
z Ensemble and community singers will be part of


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Eli's Friends and Family Relay For Life team is raising money by selling raffle tick-
ets for the Daytona Pepsi 400 and will host a lawn mower train at the Four Freedom's
Festival! Front row, pictured left to right, Nancy Curl, Eli Curl, Emily Curl, and Diane
Williams. Back row, pictured left to right, Willie Cole, Tina Demotsis, Gwen Sheffield,
and Marie Cook. Not pictured, Eddie Curl, Jessie Prince, Brandon Conrad, Marie
Prince, Misty Clark, Julie Walden, James "Darryl" Linton, and Aymee Rapacilo. (Greene
Publishing, Inc. Photo by Jessalyn Covell, April 14, 2006)
By Jessalyn Covell whopping six years ago. city (ACS). The biggest
,Greene Publishing, Inc. The team leaders are Eli fundraiser is a chance draw-
Eli's Friends and Family Curl and his proud mother, ing for two,Daytona Pepsi
Relay For Life Team will.be Nancy Curl. 400 tickets!
spotted by participants at the The team members en- Furthermore, keep your
Relay event for their NASA tail, Eli Curl, Nancy Curl, eyes peeled for a lawn mow-
decorations that include Emily Curl, Eddie Curl, er train at the Four Free-
rockets and space shuttles. Marie Cook, Gwen dom's Festival.
There will be, one exquisite Sheffield, Diane Williams, When asking Eli Curl
rocket on display that Eli Jessie Prince, Tina Demot- why he Relays, he stated,
Curl crafted all by himself! sis, Brandon Conrad, Marie "It's fun! It gives us a
If you have not guessed Prince, Misty Clark, Julie chance to fund cancer re-
what state this particular Walden, Willie Cole, James search so maybe my future
team will be representing- it Linton, and Aymee Rapaci- kids in 20 years won't have
is Florida of course! lo. to go through what I did."
The Eli's Friends and The Relay team is stick- Also, Eli Curl's favorite
Family Relay has been more ing true to their theme, even thing about the Relay For
than active participants in with their fundraising events Life in Madison is,"Staying
SRela.t.ever'since 'tsta'rled, a 'for the American Cancer So- up all night!"

SACRecipe For Recovery


"When you face the fact
that something can be so devas-
tating and scary and unknown...
it gives you a perspective of
prioritizing your own world. It
gives you a positive outlook."
When life hands Janet
Gaffney lemons, she makes
lemonade.
The 57-year-old cooking
instructor from Bethesda,
Maryland, has always tried to
make the best of the challenges
that have come her way. This
can-do attitude served her espe-
cially well when, she recently
confronted one of the greatest
challenges any woman can
face: breast cancer.
"My whole focus was get-
ting well," Gaffney says of the
period following her diagnosis
last year. So in addition to fol-
lowing the treatment regimen
prescribed by her doctors,
Gaffney made her area of ex-
pertise food an active part of
her recovery plan.
"I am a cooking teacher
and a cancer survivor," Gaffney
said.
An Unexplained Density
On A MammogramGaffney's
cancer journey began in
March 2002.
When the technicians de-
veloped the second set of
films, the unexplained density
(bright spot on the x-ray) in
her left breast was still there.
So they did an immediate
sonogram. And then they rec-
ommended a biopsy.
The biopsies confirmed
that what the surgeon had
identified in the left breast was
cancer.
Just a few days after get-
ting the biopsy results,
Gaffney had surgery to re-
move the tumor from her left
breast, and to remove the sus-
picious though not cancerous
tissue from her right breast.
A couple of weeks after
surgery, Gaffney was ready to
begin radiation treatments.
She was relieved to find that
the therapy was not as fright-
ening as she had imagined.


"Radiation sounds devas-
tating," she says. "The truth of
it is, radiation the treatments
- do not hurt. There's no pain
involved."
Even the side effects were
manageable, Gaffney said.
Support from her husband
Michael was crucial during
this time, she says. "He just
pampered me and made me
rest, made me take my naps,"
she says. "And, wow, what a
difference that makes when
you let someone help you."
After a couple of initial
diagnostic sessions, during
which technicians mapped the
areas on her body to be irradi-
ated and calibrated their in-
struments, Gaffney began a
series of 34 radiation treat-
ments.
The only outward signs of
her treatment now are the lack
of hair under her arm where
she was irradiated, and three
black dots tattooed on her left
breast to align the equipment.
"You can call them a badge of
courage," she laughs.
Gaffney focused on
healthy eating as a way to im-
prove her prognosis and de-
crease her odds of a recur-
rence. She hit the library and
bookstores to find the latest
information on nutrition and
cancer prevention.
"I thought... if it's impor-
tant to me as a cancer survivor,
it has to be something I can
share with other people,"
Gaffney says.
The Cancer Smart classes
also include information about
how particular foods relate to
cancer. Gaffney might discuss
the benefits of cruciferous
vegetables for instance, or
fiber hoping to help people
understand why healthy eating
is important. The life change
cancer brings can be even more
profound.
"When you face the fact
that something can be so devas-
tating and scary and unknown,
everything else becomes in-
significant in proportion to that


moment," Gaffney says. "It
gives you a perspective of pri-
oritizing your own world. It
gives you a positive outlook."
Have some lemonade.
Cancer Smart Recipe
Warm Chicken Salad with
Walnut Sherry Vinaigrette
From: Janet Gaffney's The
Art of Cooking
* 4 chicken breasts, skinless,
poached
* 3 tablespoons canola oil
* 4 ounces walnuts
* 2 scallions, sliced
* 1 clove garlic, minced
* 1/2 cup sherry
* 1/4 cup white wine vinegar
* salt and pepper
* salad greens
* chives, chopped, for gar-
nish
To poach the chicken
breasts, bring a pot of salted
water, enough to cover. the
chicken, to a boil. Add the
chicken. Return to a boil, then
reduce the heat to a simmer and
cook 10 minutes, or until the
meat is white in the center. Re-
move chicken from the water.
Salt and pepper the meat and
keep warm.
In a saut6 pan, heat 1 table-
spoon of the oil and add the
walnuts. Saute for 1-2 minutes,
giving the nuts a touch of toast-
ing. Remove from the pan. Add
the scallions and garlic. Saute
for 1 minute. Add the sherry
and simmer until reduced.
Meanwhile, slice the
chicken crosswise in strips.
Add the vinegar'and 2 re-
maining tablespoons of canola
oil to the saut6 pan. Heat
through. Add the chicken and
walnuts to the pan. Toss with
the vinaigrette.
Serve the chicken over a
bed of salad greens. Use all the
vinaigrette in the pan to drizzle
over the chicken. Sprinkle with
chives to garnish.
Makes 8 servings
Nutritional information per
serving:
Calories: 306
Total fat: 14.9 grams
Calories from Fat: 46.1%


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing Inc.
Eli Curl of Madison is
a seven year old youngster
who is going on 37!
SHe is a member of the
Unity Baptist Church,
where he in involved with
the puppet group, and is a
member of the 4-H of
Madison. Further, he is a
first grade student in Debra
Sall's class at the Madison
County Central School
(MCCS).
Curl is one of the neat-
est kids around. Some peo-
ple may wonder why he is,
so mature for such a young
age? Well, the answer is
being diagnosed with ean-
cer when he was only six
months old.
Curl was diagnosed
with Retinablastoma,
which is more familiar to
people as eye cancer. He
was born on December 12,
1998, and was diagnosed
during his six month check
up on June 27, 1999.
Curl was under the
watchful eye of four
physicians, who all diag-
nosed him with eye
cancer. These physi-
cians included: pedia-
,,trician, ames ,Pen-
rod; eye specially,
Francis Skilling; eye
surgeon, Logan
Brooks; and sur-
geon, Carol
Shields.


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Eli Curl is one of the
main participants of the
Relay For Life in Madi-
son. He is a tough can-
cer survivor, who bat-
tled cancer at the mere
age of 6 months old!
(Greene Publishing Inc.
Photo by Jessalyn Cov-
ell, March 29, 2006)
Eli Curl had to under-
go six stressful treatments.
He had to have cryothera-
py performed, which is
also known as laser
surgery. Additionally, Curl
had to have his eye re-
moved in 2001.
He sure is a fighter,
and fought his way
through cancer to be
alive and well, to be a
huge participant in the
.Relay For Life of Madi-
son.
Curl is the wonderful
son of Eddie and Nancy
Curl of Madison, and a


great brother to his sister,
Emily. His grandparents
are Jeff and Doris Harris
and Conny and Ramona
Curl. His great grandpar-
ent is the late James Harris,
who was diagnosed with
liver and lung cancer in
July of 2005, and passed
the next month in August
of 2005. This is just anoth-
er reason why the Curl's
Relay; to honor those who
have lost the great fight
against cancer and those
who have triumphantly
and courageously won the
fight against cancer.
Eli Curl is still quite
cautious when it comes to
cancer. He makes sure to
wear glasses to protect his
eye that was not previously
affected by cancer.
Eli Curl stated,
"Early detection is the
key to success when it
comes to cancer." Curl
commented, "People
who are presently bat-
tling cancer need to
hang in there." He
would also, like to ex-
tend a huge congratula-
tions to those who
have beaten cancer.
Eli Curl and his (
family would like
to thank the Madi-
son -County: citi- -
zens for all of
their prayers and
d o n a-
tions!


ATTENTION:

All Relay For Life Participants
If you plan on attending the Survivorship Dinner on Thursday, April 27, at 6 p.m. at Fel-
lowship Baptist, please R.S.V.P. by contacting Nancy Curl at the Sheriff's office at (8501 973-
4151 no later than Friday. Apnl 21. That is this Friday! Thank You!


REL.AY1 Join Us for a

1, *Celebration of Life*

A g l in the Fight Against Cancer


RELAY

FOR LIFE
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Date:


There is No Finish Line...

Until We Find a Cure!



Mav 5th and 6th. 2006


Location: Madison County High School Boothill
Stadium


Time:


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HEALTH


New Support Group Established In Madison


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing, Inc.
There is a new and excit-
ing program gearing up for
caregivers in Madison County.
Every second and fourth
Thursday of the month of
April, the Alzheimer's Re-
source Center (ARC) will pro-
vide memory care and activi-


ties for individuals with
Alzheimer's disease or related
dementias, as well as counsel-
ing and helpful information to
caregivers.
The general mission of
the ARC is to help families
cope with this horrible disease:
through counseling, support
services, advocacy, education,


research, and hope.
The objective is to see
that caregivers are maintain-
ing their own health, while
caring for others.
The services that the ARC
provides are: Counseling for
Caregivers, Education, and
Training for Caregivers, File
of Life, Information and Re-


ferral, Support Groups, Publi-
cations, Extra Special Persons
Program -(ID Bracelet Pro-,


gram for Wanderers), Work-
shops, Seminars, and Educa-
tional Memberships, Claude


Pepper Saturday Retreat, and
Early Detection and Memory
Screening.


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Jefferson, Madison and Taylor Counties Salute
Big Bend Hospice Team Leader, Jan Lee, RN


Big Bend Hospice Advi-
sory Council and staff invite
the public to join them in hon-
oring Jan Lee, R.N. on Tues-
day, April 25, 2006. A recep-
tion will be held in Jan's hon-
or at the First United
Methodist Church, 302 N. Jef-
ferson Street in Perry from 3
p.m. to 7 p.m.
"It is with some sadness
that we are hosting this recep-
tion, because Jan has an-
nounced she will be leaving
our Big Bend Hospice family
to join the Taylor County
Health Department. While we
are pleased that she will be
serving our community in
public health nursing, we are


sad that she is leaving, our
team," said Laura Cheney,
Family Support Counselor.
"Jan has been our leader and
mentor. Her compassion and
caring served as a standard for
our teams in Jefferson, Madi-


son and Taylor counties."
Jan has been working for
Big Bend Hospice for almost
14 years. During that time,
she has touched the lives of
many families in Jefferson,
Madison and Taylor counties.
Everyone is invited to stop by
and wish Jan well in her new
role at the health department
and to thank her for her contri-
butions to our community and
the families she has cared for
as a hospice nurse.
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garding the reception, call the
Big Bend Hospice office in
Perry at 850-838-3096 or
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SCHOOL


Pinetta Fourth Graders Plant


Of Toni Chaney


Kara Washington and her students planted a maple tree on the school grounds so Chaney will always be re-
membered and never forgotten by the students, or staff, of Pinetta Elementary School. (Photo submitted)


By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing Inc.
Kara Washington's fourth


grade class at the Pinetta Ele- honor of Toni Chaney. Unfor-
mentary School planted a tunately, Chaney passed away
maple tree in memory and due to cancer last July. She


had worked diligently at
Pinetta for more than ten
years.


Progress Energy Helps NFCC


Weather Station Become Reality


MCHS Key Club Closes Out

Year Successfully And Prepares

For 2006-2007 School Year


Progress Energy Florida,
Inc. has awarded $2500 to the
NFCC Science and Math De-
partment to develop a weather
station. The station will be
the only one originating from
the Madison County area.
The station will provide real
world data such as tempera-
ture, wind speed, barometric


pressure and other informa-
tion for weather observation
and predicting. Tony DeLia
and his math and science col-
leagues are coordinating the
project now under construc-
tion. The tower, located be-
tween greenhouses on the
north side of the NFCC cam-
pus in Madison, should be up


by the end of the Spring 2006
term.
"The new Weather Station
and Remote Monitoring Sys-
tem project is consistent with
Progress Energy's focus on
math and science programs,"
said Larry Watson spokesman
for Progress Energy Florida,
Inc. "This type of real world


ON THE MADISON COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS NOTICE
OF PROPOSED LAND USE CHANGES

The Madison County Board of County Commissioners has
scheduled a public hearing on Wednesday, May 3, 2006, in
the Courthouse Annex, 229 SW Pinckney Street, Room 107,
Madison, Florida.

The purpose of this public hearing is to allow for the Madison
Board of County Commissioners to receive public comments,
suggestions and concerns regarding amendments proposed
by the Planning & Zoning Board, acting as the local planning
agency, to the Madison County Land Development
Regulations, Chapter 2 Definitions and Chapter 5 -
Subdivisions. The Board will consider adoption of an
Ordinance to approve amendments.

ALL INTERESTED PARTIES ARE INVITED TO ATTEND
AND PARTICIPATE IN THE PUBLIC HEARING. Any person
wishing to appeal any decision made at the above referenced
hearing will need to ensure that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made.

If you have any questions, or wish to review the draft propos-
als, please contact Mr. Joseph Miranti, County Manager, at
(850) 973-3179.

The proposed amendment will apply to all property within the
unincorporated area of Madison County, as depicted on the
map in this advertisement and excludes the municipalities of
Greenville, Lee and Madison.


data supporting complex
mathematical and scientific
concepts is valuable to all stu-
dents and it is a testament to
the high quality of education
that is provided by the North
Florida Community College.
We are excited about the op-
portunity to assist with the de-
velopment of this project."
Meteorological data will
be available via NFCC's web-
site at http://www.nfcc.edu
and also fed to schools in the
NFCC six-county service area
where math and science stu-
dents can use the information
for projects and experiments.
The donation is purchas-
ing a Davis Weather Station,
skycam video camera, com-
puter software, video camera,
networking hardware, cables
and tower. The tower will be
60' tall with a 10' mast. Once
operational, the meteorologi-
cal information will be avail-
able to television stations in
the region and part of the Na-
tional Weather Service obser-
vation posts.
Eventually, plans are to
have remote cameras monitor-
ing activity in NFCC's con-
trolled environmental green-
house. The greenhouse
videos will be available to
NFCC biology students and
local schools for projects and
experiments.
By the beginning of the
summer term, you can call
DeLia Tony, the Weather-
man! For information, con-
tact NFCC College Advance-
ment, 850-973-1653 or email
news@nfcc.edu.


Isaw.". *,; '-4 -A-m. a
MCHS Key Club members debate the various
fundraisers they would like to participate in to raise
money for the Madison Relay For Life. (Photo submit-


ted)
By Jessalyn Covell
Greene Publishing Inc.
On Thursday, April 13,
the Madison County High
School (MCHS) Key Club
held their monthly meeting.
Two members of the Key
Club made a splash, not only
in their school club, but their
high school, and the commu-
nity! Congratulations were ex-
tended to Melissa Burke, Pres-
ident of Key Club for becom-
ing Miss Madison County, and
Courtney Higginbotham for
becoming runner up for Miss
Teen Lee.
The club discussed what
the various types of fundrais-
ers that the students can get in-
volved with to raise funds for
the Relay For Life in Madison.
Key Club member, John
James, plans to walk at Relay
in memory of his father who
passed away due to being di-
agnosed with cancer.
The Key Club held their
elections for club officers for
the 2006-2007 school year and
are already in preparation for


gearing up for the next school
year.
For further information,
please contact MCHS Key
Club advisor, Rose Mcugh at
(850)973-5061 or mchughr@
Madison.kl2.fl.us.


Call Lynn Lee at
386-364-2782
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Wonderful Outcome At

Madison Academy's Open House
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Madison Academy's very own Lynn Wyche, Media
Specialist, proudly shows off one of the Fairy Houses
that Caroline Jennings helped build, older sister, Magan,
mom, and grandma were very impressed. (Photo submit-
ted)
By Jessalyn Covell ents and hard work of all the


Greene Publishing, Inc.
On March 16, there were
over 300 Madison Academy
Schools' students, teachers,
administrators, parents, and
grand parents who gathered
for a spectacular evening of
art,/education, and fellowship.
There were door prizes,
science fair projects, book re-
ports, and an abundance of art
on display for all to see. Every
family and staff member were
-very impressed with the tal-


students.
This year's open house
was extra-special with 3K par-
ents and children visiting the
school in anticipation of Madi-
son Academy's first three-
year-old kindergarten program
starting in August.
Additionally, open house
gave students and their fami-
lies a chance to say good-bye
to their present teachers, and
visit the classes and new
teachers for next year.


Madison Academy's Art Instructor, Deanie Webb, chit
- chatted with father and son, Howard, center, and Ben
Pickels, right, who are both alumni of Madison Academy.
(Photo submitted)
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Second grade Madison Academy teacher, Jennifer
Copeland, left, spoke with Kim Rutherford while Reese
Rutherford and Tyler Rutherford checked out the di-
nosaur dioramas. (Photo submitted)

New Physical Activity Area
For Pinetta Elementary


Madison Correctional In-
stitution inmates will begin
preparation for a walking
trail and exercise stations to
be used by students for phys-
ical activity.
Beth Moore, Principal of
Pinetta Elementary, and
Madison County Health De-
partment staff members Kim
Barnhill, Administrator; Bon-
nie Webb, Director of Nurses;
Cindy Brown, School Health
Coordinator; Debra Looka-
bill, Social Services Director;
Elmire Cantey, Health Infor-
mation Specialist attempted
to obtain grant funding
through the CDC School
Health Index Mini-Grant
Program, but funding was
limited, and unfortunately,
Pinetta was not one of the
schools chosen. However,
through Barnhill's concern
for the welfare of our chil-
dren and the overwhelming
statistics of obesity in our
county (65% obesity at pre-
sent) she has identified a
funding source that will al-


low Pinetta Elementary to
move forward with the plans
for the activity area and the
equipment needed.
So,"Pinetta-On-The-Move"
will be a reality and the chil-
dren in grades K-5 will par-
ticipate in the "President's
Challenge Fitness Program"
for the upcoming school year,
beginning August 2006.
There will be a walking
trail in the field, next to the
school with exercise equip-
ment spaced along the trail.
Exercise games will also be
provided for use. inside the
gym on days not appropriate
for outside activities.
As an added bonus for
(he teachers and staff, a well-
ness room with exercise
equipment will also be pro-
vided with this funding.
Public Health is a pas-
sion for the staff at the Madi-
son County Health Depart-
ment and all are on constant
vigil for ways to improve the
health and welfare of our cit-
izens and future generations.


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Sunday Special $6.49 ,
Choice of
Fried Chicken or Baked Ham
Choice of L.J
Cornbread Dressing or Rice & Gravy
Choice of 2 Veggies 3
Steamed Cabbage. Candied Yams, Blackeyed Peas
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All Baked Fresh Daily
Open Eileryday for Liuncl & Dinner
1550 Baytree Rd *V ldosta. Ga.
229-253-1119
"'Let our fricdllly staff serve you!!"


Madison County Carrier 15A


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Employees Get
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Your Total Bill Every Monday!

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Friday & Saturday s:30 pin- 10:00 pm RESTAURANT
850-878-8141
2 miles East of the Super Wal-Mart on.Apalachee Pkwy., in Tallahassee
Why drive to the coast, Let us bring the coast to you!

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Mon.-Sat. 6 am-10 pm, Sun. 6 am-2 pm
Breakfast Served Anytime-Homemade Specials Daily
Seafood Specials Fridays & Saturdays 5-10 pm
*Miss Mary's Seafood Platter-
Mullet, Stuffed Grouper,
Shrimp Scampi, Oysters (when available)
ALL U CAN EAT SHRIMP (fried or boiled) $11.99
100% Angus Steaks & Burgers
Ribs & Chicken Smoked On Premises
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Saturday, April 22 at 6:00PM
1693 SW Mosley Hall Rd. (CR360) Madison, Florida
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Food Fun Give-a-ways
Directions From 1-10: Take SRI4 SW to ltop sign Turn right
onSR 4/360 unul fork in road and bear right onto SW Mosley Hall Rd.
(CR360). Past firehouse. on left. Directions From Perry: Take RT 7221
North to CR 360 (SW Mosley Hall Rdi Turn Right, we are about 8 miles
on the right. AU691 AB2490


Stumpy's Services
Work you can trust
Pond Harvesting, Excavating, Land
Clearing, Driveways, Landscaping,
Culverts etc.
850-973-3025
Excavating Work
Land Clearing, Ponds, Stump Re-
moval, Demolition, and Roads. No
Job Too Small. Free Estimates. Call
Paul Kinsley at 850-973-6326

Housekeeping
Work Wanted
Rentals Offices Homes
$10 hour References Available
850-971-5684


Need Some Help?
Qardening, h o,',c.i.- ,,. r e nid
cleanup or any odd jobs done
for reasonable prices in Madison
area. Call 850-508-2164.


Peacock's. Landscaping
Lawn Irrigation
Drip Irrigation
Design & Free Estimates
(850) 973-2848


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Lost Puppy
Large mix breed, chocolate color,
female, found in the Cherry Lake
area. 850-673-1664
Attention
Allen Family
We have a large faml tto al-
bum for the "Allen" .iis al-
bum was foundonths ago
across fro~ i courthouse in
Madij4g think you can help
iden' 9 pictures so we can re-
turn me album, please call: 850-
973-4141 and ask for Susan.



2003 Keystone-Springdale Model
244RL, 25 ft. 5th wheel w/slideout,
less than four thousand miles, al-
ways stored inside. Call 850-971-
0057


6690 SW Sundown Creek Road, Greenville, FL
FRIDAY -:- APRIL 28 -:- 10:00 A.M.
Beautiful Plantation With Large Majestic Oaks


* Great Cattle and Horse Farm
1 11/4 Miles Excellent 1-10 Frontage
* Gr3j De,.rlopmn ri Plenli, il
* Excellent Quail Hunting Operation
* Large Food Plols Cunii.ni Bul rIl.urjl &
Planted Habitats For Quail & Other Wildlife
' Abundant Game Quail, Deer & Turkey
S(2) Large Barns
* Aircdra HajiJi1
*3200' Approved P' ill iri ,rir:!.j .
Landing Strip (# 20 FD)
*Fenced & Crossfenced
SLarge Well Stocked Duck Pond
S4" Well
*Planted Longleaf Pines


Moving?
Pets?
25 lbs. of Clean
Bundled
Newspapers
$2 each.
850-973-4141

Yamaha
Electronic Keyboard
61 Keys with stand and bench.
$50 obo. 850-929-2429

McHale's Specialty Store, Live
Oak
Spuge Selection Swords knives -
.Air'oft --Body J.welry Crystals -
Antique & Vintage Books Col-
lector Cards & Comics and Much
more. 386-269-4191


Livestoc


Trinity Farm announces opening
for horse boarding. Amenities in-
clude pasture t/o, 12 x 12 stall, ac-
cess :j ails, dressage, jumping
arenas. Lessons available. 850-971-
5392.


SWanted
Someone to teach a father and
son to play the guitar.
850-973-6131

Female Pomeranian Puppy Wanted
Price not important.
Call 850-971-5270

LAND WANTED 400
to 600 acres of land in the
vicinity of Madison.
Phone Tommy 973-4141


We would like a "Total Gym"
like the one advertised by Chuck
Norris.
Please call: 850-973-6131


LARGE GUEST LODGE
* 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, 4000+/- Sq. Ft.
Kitchen /Jin Builtl n:.
WELL MAINTAINED EQUIPMENT
* John Deere 18' Ft. 235 Disc Harrow with
Detached Wings
' New Holland Hay Rake, Model #256
SCase 580E Backhoe
SClaas Round Hay Baler
' JCB 4 x 4 Loader with Telescoping Fork
' Gravity Flow Grain Wagons
SGravity Flow Grain Wagon with Metal Top
S12 Ft. Utility Trailer
* h ev' Huriiliin 'l 3ut g
.Gill Manufacturing Roll Over Blade
SSpring Tooth ,uiwjitr, 2 Row


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800-323-8388
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2bdrm/1 bath MH in park on
Highway 53 in Madison,
$135/wk includes electric, ten-
ant to pay for propane.
Call Erin Levin
at 850-570-0459


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HUD vouchers accepted. 1,2, & 3
BR, HC & non-HC accessible apts.
Call 850-973-8582/ TDDTTY 711.
200 Southern Villas Circle, Madi-
son, FL 32340.
Equal Housing Opportunity.
Get a "Quality" home at
A reasonable price.
Call 1-800-355-9385

Greenville Pointe

SApartments

1,2 & 3 BR HC & non-HC acces-
sible apts. HUD vouchers accept-
ed. Call 850-948-3036. TDD/TTY
711. 192 NW Greenville Pointe
Trail, Greenville, FL 32331.
Equal Housing Opportunity
Cambridge Manor
Apartments designed for Se-
nior's and Disabled. 1 & 2 bed-
rooms, HUD vouchers accepted
Call 850-973-3786 TTY Acs
711
Equal Housing Opportunity





Commercial
Industrial
Property
with state highway frontage-23
acres, Corner lots. Fronts both
Harvey Greene Drive and High-
way 53 South. Natural gas line,
8 inch water main, access to city
utilities, fire hydrant, and service
from two power companies.
Property has easy access to I-10,
via SR 53 & SR 14. Will build to
suit tenant.

Call Tommy Greene
850-973-4141


USE YOUR LAND AS A
DOWN PAYMENT TO
PURCHASE A
MANUFACTURED HOME.
386-752-7751


For Sale 22.5 acres
Greenwood Estate,
Greenville, Florida
$5,000 per acre, near Hwy 90
Mr, S. Clemons, 850-948-2041


(Want to Work???

We are adding New Jobs
all shifts

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Pioneer Excavating
& Tractor Services
Land Clearing, Ponds, Stump Re-
moval, Demolition, Roads, Mow-
ing, Discing, Box-Blading, and
Tilling.
-No Job Too Small-Free Estimates-
Call Paul Kinsley 850-973-6326
TO GET PRE-APPROVED
FOR A MANUFACTURED
HOME. CALL 386-752-7751

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








Manufactured Homes
With as little as $500 down.
386-752-7751




WANTED: EXPERI-
ENCED TREE FOREMEN
AND TRIMMERS.
CALL 850-519-2871
Apalachee Center
A Behavioral Health Care Center in
Madison Florida is currently seek-
ing:
LICENSED COUNSELOR
#1182
A Master's Degree with a major in
psychology, social work, counsel-
ing or a related human services
field and three year of related pro-
fessional experience, Florida li-
censed, clinic 1l ic Il .' i l:er ,,;
mental health .."I..cli lilc oii'lcd
Shift: 8 am 5 pm / Monday Fri-
day.
For more information and a com-
plete listing of available positions:
www.apalacheecenter.org
Human Resources
2634-J Capital Circle N.E.
Tallahassee, FL
Pre-Hire Drug Screen & FDLE
background check.
An Equal'Opportunity/ Affirmative
Action Employer.
Drug Free Workplace


Greene Publishing, Inc.
Does a fast-paced career with
a growing newspaper group
spark your interest? Do you
enjoy customer contact, both
in person and over the
phone? Then it's ,a safe bet
that you will enjoy this job.
We're fun, we're busy and
work best under pressure. If
that sounds like you, please
fax your resume to Emerald
at: 850-973-4121 or apply in
person at the office on Hwy
53 South.
If you're not sure how an
alarm clock works or aver-
age more than three dramatic
incidents per week in your
life, or simply only work be-
cause you're bored, then
PLEASE DO NOT APPLY.


SHousekeeper Needed
850-973-2504

$$ AVON $$
Be your own Boss!
Earn 50%
Sell $500, earn $250
Starter Kit is only $10
Call Dorothy 973-3153
Cracker Barrel
Now Hiring
Full and part time Dishwash-
ers, Grill Cook, Backup Cooks
& Prep Cooks. Flexible Sched-
ule. Weekly Paychecks. Great
Benefits.




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Park location, 4914 Timber
Dr. '


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Legal Notice
Madison Superstorage, 401 Martin Luther King Drive, Madison, Florida and Jasper
Superstorage, 1213 US HWY 129N, Jasper, Florida, will have a liquidation sale on
delinquent storage units on May 1, 2006. Storage units to be sold will be, in Madison are
Sherard Bayard Unit SB, Angela Humphrey Unit 6A, In Jasper, Brandy Norris, Unit 48,
Ida Johnson Unit 6, Crystal Bristol Unit 43. Contents are believed to be household ob-
jects. Interested buyers please contact our office at 850-973-2215 before April 30, 2006
for information in placing bids.
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ularly, provide quality work, demonstrate good workplace
citizenship, work safely and be a dependable team player.
Weekly Perfect Attendance Bonus of $.95/hour or greater!
Must be able to perform the essential functions of the jobs
with or without accommodations.


After 60 days + Perfect Attendance


Breast Deboner
Packers
Night Sanitation
Live Hangers
Maintenance


$8.31
$7.76
$8.11
$10.00


$9.26
$8.71
$9.06
$11.20


$8.20-$13.20 + $.95 PA


Ability to work rapidly and with dexterity is important for
successful performance of these jobs. Medical insurance,
life insurance, dental, vision and prescription drug
programs, paid vacations, 9 paid holidays, credit union.

Gold Kist Inc.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
EOE-AA-M-F-V-D

APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED at
Employment CONNECTIONS locations

200 W. Base St. 1416 N. Ohio 1702 S. Jefferson St.
Madison Live Oak Perry


Lance, Inc a well-known manufacturer
of quality snacks since 1913, offers
you all the ingredients for a satisfying
future We currently have openings at
our newly-acquired Tom's Foods salty
snack plant in Perry, FL.
Join us for our:

JOB FAIR
At our Plant,
700 Tom's Dr.
Saturday, April 22nd
9 a.m. 1 p.m.

"Seeking individuals to
fill current & future positions,
including but not limited to:

CDL-A Drivers

SShipping Material
Handlers

Production Employees
We offer a competitive salary and
benefits package, including medical,
dental, life, vision, disability, vacation,
holidays, retirement plan, 401(k),
tuition assistance program, stock
purchase plan, flexible spending ac-
counts, and credit union. Uniforms
are provided. We require a stable
work history as well as background
checks (drug screen, work, criminal,
education, social security).
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Assistant Managers &
Customer Sales Associates
Seeking highly motivated, experi-
enced and enthusiastic profession-
als for the Greenville area. Conve-
nience Store experienced desired.
All shifts available. Excellent op-
portunity for advancement. Com-
petitive Salary, Bonus, Benefits and
opportunity to join a progressive
and fast growing company.
Fax resume to:
Fast Track Foods #411
ATTN: Bertie
Fax (850) 948-2678
Phone (352) 494-7550




Need a helping hand?
Gardening, housekeeping, rental
cleanup or any odd jobs done for
reasonable prices in Madison area.
Call 850-508-2164.
Tractor Work,
free estimates
NO JOB TOO SMALL
Mowing, Discing, tilling and box
blading. Call 973-6326.

I will do light housekeeping
or elderly sitting (daytime
only) Please call 850-973-
6392 or cell 850-510-4822

Drivers


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IN THE COUNTY COURT, FOURTH
JUDICIAL COURT, IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO.: 2003-210-CC
DIVISION:

FLORIDA D. SMITH, individually,

Plaintiff,

vs.

SHARON VICKI TAYLOR, and

Defendant,


NOTICE OF SALE


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the Default Final Judgement of Foreclo-

sure entered in this cause, the undersigned Clerk will sell the following property in Madi-

son County, Florida:


Lot Number 4, Block B, Meadow Run Subdivision, as recorded in Plat Book 2, Page 13, of

the official records of Madison County, Florida containing .34 acres, more or less. at pub-

lic sale, to the highest bidder for cash, at the Madison County Courthouse, in Madison,
Florida. The sale will be on Wednesday, May 3rd, 2006, between the hours of 11:00 a.m.
and 2: p.i. .
TIM SAUNDERS
Clerk of Court

Is/ Peggy Newman
By: Peggy Newman
Deputy Clerk

4/12. 4/19


PROBATE CITATION INDEX NO.. 95072/2006

STATE OF NEW YORK
SURROGATES=S COURT: COUNTY OF DUTCHESS
PROBATE CITATION

THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK,
By the Grace Of God Free and Independent

TO: The heirs of Wayne R. Tillotson, deceased, if living on December 16, 2005,
the date of the decedent=s death, or if they died after that date, then to their executors, ad-
ministrators, heirs, distributes, and all persons interested in their estates, their names and
addresses, if any being unknown to petitioner being, distributes of Wayne R. Tillotson.
A petition having been duly filed by Sylvia L. Bailey who is domiciled at 138
Tompkins Terrace, Beacon, New York 12508.
YOU AIR HEREBY CITED TO SHOW CAUSE before the Surrogate's
Court, Dutchess County, 22 Market Street, Poughkeepsie, New York on May 18, 2006,
at 9:30 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, why a decree should not be made in the estate
of Wayne R. Tillotson,.lately domiciled at the 138 Tompkins Terrace, Beacon, New York
12508, USA, admitting to probate a Will dated December 6, 2005, as the Will of Wayne R.
Tillotson deceased, relating to real and personal property, and directing that Letters Tes-
tamentary be issued to Sylvia L. Bailey.

Hon James D. Pagones
Surrogate
Dated, Attested and Sealed, *
March 28, 2006 s/John J. Atherton
John J. Atherton
Chief Clerk of the Surrogate's Court
County of Dutchess
John M. Coulter
Attorney for Petitioner
42 Catherine Street
P.O. Box R
Poughkeepsie, New York 12602
(845) 454-9400 '



(Note: This citation is served upon you as required by law. You are not required to appear
If you fail to appear it will be assumed you do not object to the relief requested. You have
a right to have an attorney appear for you.)

4/5 a/174 d/19 a. 6


CALL FOR BIDS


Made by Peter R. Brown Construction, Inc. (CG-C036285), the Construction Manager for
the North Florida Community College Technical Center Remodeling, Madison, FL.

"Bid Packages

S 6A Casework
6B General' Tades
S 8A Door & Hardware
9A Flooring
S 9B Framing and Drywall
.9C -Painting
S 9D Acoustical Ceilings
, 10A Aluminum Canopies
S 15A HVAC
S 16A Electrical


QUALIFICATION: All Bidders must be qualified at the time of bid opening in accordance
with the bid package. Sealed bids will be received on: April 26, 2006, at 2:00p.m., at which
time and place they will be publicly opened and read aloud.

PROPOSAL: Bids must be submitted in full and in accordance with the requirements of
the drawings and Project Manual, and Bid Packages which may be obtained or examined
at the office of the Construction Manager at 1424 Piedmont Drive East, Tallahassee, FL
32308. (850) 668-4498.

MINORITY PROGRAM: Bidders are encouraged to utilize Minority Business Enterpris-
es certified by the Minority Business Advocacy and Assistance Office, Department of La-
bor and Employment Security. Consideration will be given to the percentage of partici-
pation, as described in the Bid Package, in the award of the contract.

PUBLIC ENTITY CRWES: As required by Section 287.133, Florida Statutes, a con-
tractor may not submit a bid for this project if it is on the convicted vendor list for a pub-
lic entity crime committed within the past 36 months. The successful contractor must war-
rant that it will neither utilize the services of, nor contract with, any supplier, subcontrac-
. tor, or consultant in excess of $15,000.00 in connection with this project for a period of 36
S months from the date of placement on the convicted vendor list.

4/A. ,/12.4/19


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Auctions
LAND AUCTION Central Florida
Acreage' 10am, Saturday April 22,
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parcels Higgenbotham Auctioneers
M.E. Higgenbotham CAI FL. Lic #
A U 3 0 5 / A B 1 5 8
www.higgenbotham.com (800)257-
4161.

Court Ordered Auction, 245+/- acres -
divided, recreational & timber land,
Monroe County, GA, Friday, May 5,
1:00 p.m. Rowell Auctions, Inc.
(800)323-8388 10%9 buyer's premium
GAL AU-C002594 www.rowellauc-
tions.com.

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owner (866)789-8535
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WATERFRONT LAND SALE! Lake
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