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THE SPIRIT OF 2MADISON COUNTY See rage





Vision 2020 Sets Guidance



For Ten More Years


"Who will physically deliver solu-
tions?"
"Howr will we organize sufficient vol-
unteers, especially for the disparity is-
sues?"
"If it takes money to accomplish,
where will it come from?"
"If it takes specialized expertise to
make happen, how is it acquired and af-
forded?"

Terms like Enterprise Zone and In-
frastructure, among other components
affecting the planning process, must be
optimized as well. But among those most
directly charged with picking up the
process will be the Madison County De-
velopment Council (MCDC). .
The MCDC was also established from
county planning legislation that was
handed down from the state. As men-
Vision 2020, Pag'e 10A


closure. In response, Alan
Webb, nursery manager
at the time, spearheaded
the formation of Superior
Trees, Inc., successfully
acquiring the business in
1986.
In 1994, the nursery
hit a monumerital mile-
stone when it was recog-
nized as the first single
nursery facility in the
country to have produced
Grand Marshal, Page 10A


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By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishinzg, Inc.
What do education, housing, public
safety, land use, economic development,
environmental, health care and tourism
have in common? According to organiz-
ers and participants in the recently com-
pleted Vision 2020 planning process,
these remain the key elements that
should be the focus of county resources
in the years to come.
At the fourth and final Vision 2020
meeting held on March 27 at NFCC, com-
mittee chairs from each of- these eight
categories presented a brief summary of
his or her respective group findings.
Drawing from approximately eight
hours of discussion over three small-
group meeting periods, wish lists were
first created then later culled into a gen-
eral outline. From this outline, county
organizers must now draft an updated
Comprehensive Plan, which is a periodic














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The management of the Madison
County Memorial Hospital has re-
quested that the Madison County
Commission cancel the public hear-
ing that was scheduled for ~Wednes-
day, April 2, at 5:30 p.m.
According to Tim Sanders, Clerk of
the County Court, the hospital man-
agement is currently considering oth-
er options.


requirement of state legislation and one
of the reasons the Vision 2020 process
was launched.
At the same time, local volunteer
.leadership will now attempt to draft
marching orders for the private, sector .
contribution that wmil be necessary to
meet the lofty goals that emerged.
For instance, there was mention of
getting county schools with "F" ratings
to a "B" level. Another goal stated that
more $15-$20 per hour jobs must be creat-
ed. Still another goal was improving dire
health issues. The list literally covered
every major challenge facing the county.
Many declared intentions actually re-
ceived applause.
Ultimately, there were few, if any,
overlooked issues. There were however,
several questions that committee leader-
ship wil take with them as they address
these diverse challenges:
"'Who will direct these projects?"


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Pictured left to right, Asa Putnal, owners Alan and Amy Webb, and Summer Jones
are all proud that Superior Trees was selected as Grand Marshal for 2008 Lee Home.


coming Day.
By Michael Curtis
Greene Pu~blishing, Inc.
Superior Trees was se-
lected as Grand Marshal
for the 2008' Lee Home-
coiming Day. President
Alan Webb joins wife Amy
and fellow associates
Summer Jones and Asa
Putnal in accepting this
tribute.
Superior Trees, Inc.,
located four-and-one-half
miles east of Lee on High-
way 90, is a wholesale


nursery specializing, in
bareroot and 1- to 30-gal-
lon potted plants from
more than 200 species of
native trees, shrubs,
grasses, perennials, vines
and ferns. .
The nursery was con-
structed in 1953 by St. Reg-
is Corp. to produce pine
seedlings for reforesta-
tion. Then upon acquisi-
tion of St. Regis by Cham-
pion International mn l985'
the nursery was slated for


Over $26,000 in cash was seized
during a recent traffic stopped by the
Madison County Sheriff's Office.
By Ted Ensminger
Greene Publishing Inc.
Two Madison County Sheriff's Of-
fice Deputies hit paydirt with two sepa-
rate traffic stops in March on Interstate
10.
On Wednesday morning, March 12,
at 4:30 a.m., Deputy Dennis Pitts pulled
over a 2992 Acura S.U.V. driven by Jef-
fery Pena for a traffic violation. While
taking enforcement actions, Deputy
Pitts learned that Pena had a suspended
drivers' license and an active arrest
warrant from Broward County for fail-
ure to appear on possession of marijua-


By Michael C~urtis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Tammra "Tammy"
Tuten Webb is the 2008
Lee Citizen of the Year.
She is the middle of three
children born to Howard
and Micki Tuten.
Webb's maternal
grandparents, Wilson and
Clarice Barck, settled in
the Dowling Park area af-
ter moving here from
Minnesota.
Her paternal grand-
parents, Amon and Edna


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T~uter, settled in Madison
County many years ago
and most of the family
has remained in this area,
including Webb and her
husband, Scott.
The Webbs have three
boys: Troy Bradfield,
Amon Webb and Chance
Webb. The Webbs are
members of Midway Bap-
tist Church, where Tam-
my is a teacher of the
Children's Church Pro-
Lee Citizen of the Year, Page 10A


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Tuten Webb


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Ronnie Moore, Page 2A


~O1 2008 Lee

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Runnie Moeosre




Candidacy For

Board Of County

Commissioners
I want to thank the voters of Dis-
trict 3 and the citizens of our great
county for allowing me to represent you
during the
past four
years. It is a
responsibili-
ty that I have,
taken very
se rio usly
and have
dedicat e.d
myself to
working for:
Syou to the
best of my
ability.
Because Ronnie Moore
there is stil
Much work to be done, I respectfully an-
nounce my candidacy for re-election to
the Board of County Commissioners
representing Distrief 3 for another
term. The experience and knowledge I
have acquired over the years have effec-
tively helped me to handle the niany
funded and unfunded mandates that
have come from our state legislature.
This, I feel, wil be an asset to the citi-
zens of our county
To be better informed, several years
ago I successfully completed a certifica-
tion course' for county commissioners
to assist me in dealing with issues that
confront elected officials. I[ have also at-
tended several annual conferences of
the Florida Association of Counties. I
feel that attending both the annual con-
ferences anid the legislative conferences
are essential because many decisions
are being made that wil affect us local-
ly, I applied for and was accepted in t-ak-
ing an advanced county commissioner
course to further the studies that are
beneficial for doing the job efficiently
This course is being offered
through the University of Florida in as-
sociation with the Florida Association
of .Counties. My ~anticipated gradua-
tion date will be in Api'il of this year.
Threse are just a few of the major ac-
complish~ments the ~Board has made
over the past four years that directly
benefit the citizens of this county;
As a result of our membership in
the National Association of. Counties,
all citizens of 1Vadison Courity will re-
ceive a 20% discount on prescription
drug purchases. The discount cards are
currently available.
Our infrastructure project at the in-
terchanges has been. completed.~ With
great cooperation from all the munici-
palities, water and sewage services are
now available for potential businesses.
New construction has already begun in
some areas. As new businesses locate
here, more gas and sales tax revenues
enters the county coffers.
The Board has recently signed a one


new business / economic development.
We received funding for fiscally con-
strained counties from the state. It.was
available for our use this past budget
year.
We have an official website which:
posts county announcements. It also
provides the opportunity for business;
to be conducted on-line. (ViSit
wwwu.madisoncounztyll.com to read m-od
about the business of the county.)
We were able to resurface Trichkt
Road and Georgetown Road with thea:as
distance of a state grant for drainage.
We completed new road construc-
tion on Rabbit Loop.
We are' currently participating in


Superior Trees Named Grand Marshal

For 2008 Lee Homecoming Day


Two Separate Interstate

10 Busts Bring $32 415

In Cash And Drugs


Tamra "Tammy" Tuten Webb Is

2008 Lee Citizen Of The Year


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the yer20 vi zoning process. Thsis oportnt for
the citizens of Madison County to give direct input as to
what we want our county to be in the year 2020.
These are just a few of the important accomplishments
and on-going projects that have been made by the Board
during the current term. By no means am I claiming cred-
it for all of these accomplishments. However, I feel that my
being a contributing member has also benefited the citi-
zens. Some of my other Board responsibilities are being
the County's representative to Auenla Area Solid Waste Fia-
cility (AASWF), Small County Coalition, Transportation
Disadvantage (Big Bend Transit), Florida Counties Foun-
dation and the Circuit 3 Community Alliance (DCF).
For the reasons stated, I feel that my tenure, experience
and knowledge gained by my being on the Board will be an
asset to the citizens of our county and especially Dis~trict 3
as we progress into the future.
I am a native Madisonian raised in the Greenvile
(Lovett) Community: After graduation from Greenvile
High School, I enlisted in the United States Air Force where
I served in the South Pacific and South East Asia in support
of the Vietnam conflict. After being honorably discharged,
I enrolled in college at Florida A & M and received a B.S. de-
gree in Business Management. While there, I served in the
Florida National Guard and later the U.S. Army Reserves
where I ultimately completed twenty years of active re-
serve service. I am currently employed at Buckeye Cellu-
lose Corporation in PerrS: Florida. I am a member of New
Canaan Baptist Church where I serve as a deacon. My wife
of 25 years is the former Rhonda L. Aikens, a teacher at
Madison County High School. My parents are Charlie and
Ezell Moore.
I may be reached at rladellmo@aol.com and
www.madisoncountyfl.c OR (home) 850-948-2043.
SRemember: "Each` generation builds for the next."
Thanks for your vote of confidence and moral support dur-
ing this campaign season.
~Pd. poll adv. pd. for and approved by ronznie Moore, De-
mocrat, for Madison County Commissioner District 3.


This past weekend was
the annual Miss Madi-
son/Teen Miss Madison
Pageant.
I had the honor and
pleasure of being the spon-
sor/director `of this
pageant for 11 years, I
loved every minute of it. I
took over the "director-
ship" when Cheltsie was
only a few months old. For
the next 11 years I put
everythmng I had mnto the
pageant and mnto making it
fun and enjoyable to aH
whom entered,
A few years ago, while
trying to help with two Sci-
ence Fair Projects and try-
ing to make tons of tele-
phone calls, for the
pageant, it dawned on me
that I wks stretching my-
self too thin. I realized that
I NEEDED to be concen-
trating on MY children
and THEIR needs that ,
weekend, not worrying
about getting a pageant in
order. That was my last
year as director.
I turned the pageant
over to Toni Blanton, one
of "my" prior Miss Madis-
ons. What a great decision
that turned out to be.
She has done a fantas-
tic job in keeping the
pageant alive and giving
Madison County girls the
chance for great memo-
ries, and college scholar-
ships.
Along with giving up
any "claim" to the
pageant, it made the Miss
Madison titles) available
to my children. (While in
chargege" my children -
could not enter.)
Last year, Cheltsie won
the prestigious ..title of
"Teen M~iss 1Vadisoni 2007.',


I entered pageants (hard
and heavy) for six years,
and then on-again-off-
again for years after. My
parents took me all over
the place to enter them. I
erzUoyed entering pageants.
P" It was my hobby and my
S past-time. Had Ibeen a
boy, I would have probably
spent my time fishing and
Shunting, and nothing,
X would have been said
against it. But since I liked
Emerald Greene Kinsley pageants, and put my ener-
Publisher gy into them, people auto-.
matically assumed that I
was stuck-up, self-cen-
tered, and self-righteous.
Why is that?
Pageants can (and do)'
teach young girls/young
W~B~C~ I~Ra~j~ladies many things.
L~E~'At the age of 14, I could
walk into a room of five to
seven total strangers, sit
down and spend the next
five to ten minutes being
interviewed and ques-
tioned. I knew how to sit
k .q properly, how to dress ap-
propriately, I knew to look
S them in the eye, and I
knew how to speak effi-
ciently and effectively. I
KNOW that all you busi-
ness owners/managers
reading this column, know
'~P;kl~ c~`li~:I \I that there are very few
d I young people that come to
j a job interview anymore
that even have a slight!
r 3 4;knowuledge of how to do
f~ any of those things.
SAt the age of 16, stand-
Sing up in front of the local
) County Commissioners
Sand speaking on behalf of
newspaper legal advertise-
ments was like candy, com-
thatHg gve e myiwopared to the hundreds of -
that He gave megh) mHytw people I had stood up in
nd hetse rigt) TEYfront of during my
pageants. If you don't
think it takes guts and
nerve to stand up in~front of hundreds of people, draw'
an un-known question out of a bowl, and then answer it~
(without stuttering, pacing, or acting nervous in any
way) then "you've got another think coming."
Wheni I was 27, I entered the Mrs. Florida competi-r
tion (foir "old married folk.") All husbands had to go on
stage to escort us, and the husbands were then used as
the "!time killer" while we changed outfits.- They had to
draw a question and answer it. It was totally amazing to
me (and the other ladies) how many men were totally
terrified. Moi'e men spent time in the restroom, before
the pageant started, than I think the restroom could ac-
tually hold. They were all sick to their stomachs. Pure-
ly nervous.
Paul asked me, "How in the world can you do this?
Aren't you nervous?"
I think that was when it actually occurred to me
what I felt and how I felt about it. As I was about to step
out on stage, and the butterflies were dancing in my
stomach, Ithought, "Yes. I am a. little nervous. But dang
this is fun!"
It wasn't that I thought a lot of myself. It viasn't that
I was trying to make a name for myself. It wasn't that I
thought I was better than anyone else. It weas fus~t plain.
furt. Just like hunting and fishing is fun for some, and;
just like playing golf is fun for some, and just like gar-
dening and cooking is fun for others. I enjoyed/still en-
joy pageants. And so do many other girls.
I would like to say "Thank You" to the many busi-
nesses that donate to the Miss Madison Pageant each
year. It is because, of each of you that these girls have
special memories.
Life is short. Childhood is even shorter. Help a child:
grow and blossom; don't squash her dreams and tell her
it's wrong for wanting to do something. It might not be
what you would want to do. But so what? I truly believe
that being well rounded and versatile will go a lot thr-
ther in life than knowing every poet that ever lived,
knowing what pie equals, knowing what the inside of a
frog looks like, or knowing every single chemistry equa-
tion.
No matter what your child excels in..... softball, rid-
ing horses, basketball, cheerleading, hunting, fishing,
cooking, or "Teen Miss Madison" ..... It Makes A
Mother Proud.
And, boy, was I proud this past weekend!
Until then....see you around the town.


Bust


na charges.
Deputy Pitts~placed Pena under arrest and began to
run oa check on passenger, Jeffery Luna. Sgt. David
Harper arrived to assist. Luna came back as wanted by
the U.S. Marshal's Office for conspiracy to commit home
invasion, armed robbery resulting in injury
Deputy Pitts and Sgt. Harper conducted a felony take-
down. Sgt. Harper began a search of the automobile and
found a manufactured compartment built into the Acu-
ra. The Acura was towed to the Madison County Jail for
further investigation.
Sgt. Harper and Deputy Pitts were able to force open
the electronic compartment and located two plastic bags
that were concealed inside. Once the bags were removed
from the compartment, they were found to contain
$26,535 in suspected drug money
The cash and the Acura S.U.V. were seized by the
Madison County Sheriffs Office.
In a similar story involving the same two officers,
but in reverse roles, on Tuesday night, March 25, Sgt.
David Harper stopped a 2008 Mazda driven by John Pre-
ston Hardaway for a traffic violation. While talking
with Hardaway, Sgt. Harper detected signs of criminal
activity.
Deputy Pitts arrived on the scene to assist.
Sgt. Harper completed his enforcement action and
asked for consent to search the vehicle for imegal con-
traband. Hardaway denied the request.
Sgt. Harper, who is a K-9 Officer, informed Hardaway
that the canine named "Nitro" would be used to sniff
the exterior of the vehicle for narcotic odor
As Sgt. Harper went to retrieve "Nitro" from his pa-
trol vehicle, Deputy Pitts patted Hardaway down for
weapons. During the pat down, Deputy Pitts discovered
a plastic bag in Hardaway's front pocket that contained
a large number of Oxycodone and Oxycontin pils, also
known as "Hbillby Heroin."
During the search, several more pills were found, in-
cluding five Xanax pils.
The estimated street value of the narcotics is $5, 880.00
Associate Publisher Ted Ensminget can be reached via
email at 2ted@greenepublishing. com


I thank God every day
daughters, Brooke (left) a
Make A Mother (me) Proud.


Thus the heading of this
column.... "It Makes A IVother Proud!"
Local business' grand openings, -ribbon cuttings,
and parades have been the highlight of, this past year.
We have tried to attend everything wie could, take lots of
picttures, and make memories that will11ast a life-time.
With this past weekend's events, Cheltsie's reign has
come to an end. She passed her crown on to Brooke
Stewasrt, the newly crowned "Teen Miss Madison 2008."
Kristin Sirmon also passed her Miss Madison title
and crown over to Ashton Wiliams.
As I watched all the girls perform in the opening
nuniber, tears came to my eyes from the love,.admira-
tion and just pure joy of watching Cheltsie (crown and
sash adorned) enjoy her "moment in the spotlight." It
Makes A Mother Proud.
Her farewell speech, her final walk, and the crown-
ing of the new queen can now always be a special mo-
ment in her childhood memories. We've just got to get
all those pictures up and make that scrapbook!!!
Through the years, I have always heard so many peo-
ple say so many bad things about pageants. Whether it
be "too sexist," or too "fake," or that it's about "beauty*
not brains." Everyone is entitled to their own opinion,
I'm not opposing that, but sometimes I think that
pageants catch the blunt end of the stick too many
times.


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It Makes A Mother Proud


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Lee Day Set For Saturday
Lee Day wil be held Saturday, April 5.
The fun will begin with a pancake breakfast from 7
a.m. until 9 a.m. at the Lee United Methodist Church.
A fun run will begin at Lee City Hall at 7:30 a.m.
Lonnie Jolson's Band wil perform from 9:30 a.m. un-
til 11:15 a.m.
The big event of the day, the parade, will begin at 10
a.m.
At 11:15 a.m., the national anthem and opening cere-
monies wil begin.
Under the big tent, Heaven Sound of Lake Park, Ga.,
and the Gibbs Family, of Titusvile, will perform from
11:15 a.m. until 1 p.m. This will be followed by a pet show
from 1-2 p.m.
Becky's Dance Step Studios will perform, beginning
at 11:45 a.m. This wil be followed by the fire department
presenting awards. The Hodges Sisters wil perform
with the Lonnie Jolson Band beginning at 1:30 p.m.
A quilt auction and cake auction will be held and raf-
fle ticket winners wil be announced.
There wil be arts and crafts and food booths, as well
as a blue ribbon contest and games for children and
adults throughout the day.
The children's pedal tractor pull will begin at 12
noon.
There wil also be children's train rides, a giant
slide, a dunking booth, a model plane show, a cake walk,
McMullen Homestead tours and Wayne Vickers an-
tiques will be on display
The night before, there will be a country and west-
ern dance, beginning at 7 p.m. at the old Lee School. Ad-
mission will be $5 for the dance.
Condolences are extended to the DeMotsis family in
the loss of Dot DeMotsis. All who knew and loved her
will truly miss her.
Please remember Dick Haviland in your prayers. He
fell11ast week and was' injured. The last I heard, he was
still in the hospital in Valdosta,l.Ga. .
That's all the news for this week! Have a great week
alid a beautifully forever!l'Mlfr God bless each and every
one of you.








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put flowerss on their
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conspicuously), so that
it would cover the
s,~ smell of the sores ("...a
pockEet full of
posies... ") People wuho
died from the plague woould be burned so as to re-
duce the possible spread of the disease ("... ashes,
ashes, wue all fall dowln!")


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taking a risk; NRtoOD
walking the
plank; sticking Security
your 11eck out for
some cause, some JOe BOyle5
principle, possi- Gur ouns
bly even some-
one's life. We ad-
mire people vriho
display courage, .
often raising them to hero status. Con-
versely when someone shows a lack of
courage, we deride~them for their weak-
ness and failure to rise to the occasion.
Today, I want to talk with you about
political courage taking a position, of-
ten against coriventional wisdom, and
standing up for what is right. Nearly a
half century ago in anticipation of run-
ning for president, Senator John
Kennedy wrote a best-seller about politi-
cali bravery, entitled Profiles in Courage.
The book is considered a classic because
of the JFK mystique and is still in print
today.
As H ook at the political landscape to-
day, I don't see many courageous politi-
cians such as the eight senators that
Kennedy profiled who are willing to
stake their reputation and political ca-
reer to stand against the prevailing wind
of opinion. In fact, I would suggest to
you that, as a whole, most politicians are
a pretty gutless bunch. There are excep-
tions of course. John McCain has fre-
quently gone beyond his party's political
convention to champion things he pas-
sionately supports...and suffered be-
cause of it. Diane Feinstein defied her
party when she voted in favor of approv-
ing conservative judicial appointees. But
these cases are the exception rather than
the rule in present-day Washington.
Let me give you some instances of ac-
tions that would require great and noble
political courage. How about a democrat
who delivers a pro-life vote despite all the
campaign contributions provided by
abortion supporters...because he be-
lieves that it is immoral to use abortion
as a means of birth control? What about
a republican who says, in retrospect, that
it was unwise to invade Iraq? What
about a democrat who concludes that we
should be exploring for oil and natural
gas on Alaska's north slope to make our
nation more energy independent.?
What about a high-ranking Midwest-
et'n politician who would acknowledge
that corn-based ethanol is inefficient and
a poor direction for our nation to pursue
in seeking energy independence? What


would be the ef-
fect of a Democ-
rat acknowledg-
ing that the 1935
model for Social
Security must
be updated for
the demograph-
ic realties of the
21st Century?
What if the Sen-
ate majority


leader, Senator Reid of Nevada, were to
acknowledge that, in the best interests of
our nation, we should activate the nu-
clear waste storage site at Yucca Moun-
tain in his home state? We could mentiOR
other examples, but you get the picture -
politicians going. against the.grain of
prevailing thought and political expedi.
ency and taking on the role of statesman
- putting the country above politics.
Now, let's take the case of Barack
Obama, the upstart presidential candi-
date who is being sold as a new brand of
politician who is not afraid to take on the .
Washington establishment and create
change. "Yes, we can," his audienceS
chant. The over-awed mainstream media
describes him as another Kennedy; He
wil restore Camelot.
Yet, we are required to take all of
these promises as a matter of faith be-
cause, h1 Senator Obama's brief political
career,' he has accomplished little. By
now, most Americans have seen the video
clips of his pastor's ratings from the
pulpit of Chicago's Trinity United
Church of Christ. We have been intro- -
duced to a new term -liberation theology
- and most Americans are appalled by it.
And we know that the Reverend Jeremi-
ah Wright is not just "another supporter"
but rather. Senator Obama's spiritual ad-
visor these past twenty years.
Apparently, Senator Obama lacked
the courage to confront Reverend Wright
about his extreme views and the danger
they might pose until the shocking videO
became available over the Internet and
public airwaves. Obama tells us that he
is the bridge between the racial divide in
our country, and yet the ravings of hiS
spiritual advisor contradict his promise.
These are divisive statements, not those
that would unify our country
It takes a lot of courage to confront
someone who is out of line, especially
when you are close to them. My reading
of Senator Obama is that he lacks that
courage. He is a very attractive candi-
date, even charismatic. But talk is
cheap; actions speak much louder than
words.


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Mrs. Cora Mae George,
age 71, died on Friday,
March 28, 2008.
Funeral services were
held Sunday, March 30,
2008, at 2 p.m.
at Lee First Baptist Churh
in Lee. Burial will be
at Macedonia Cemetery in
Lee.
The family received
friends at Beggs Funeral
Home on Saturday, March
29 from 6-8 p.m.
Mrs. George was born
December 30, 1936, in At-
wood, Alabama. She is the
daughter of the late
Thomas Uil Scott and Shel-
lie Mae Pleasant Scott.
She was raised in Car-
away,Arkansas and lived
in Intercession City, Mayo'
and had lived in L~e for the
past 22 years. She was a
Christian and a member of
the Lee First Baptist Churc
h in Lee.
She worked at a can.
nery and worked with her
husband at Slim's Paint
and Body, Interces-
sion City, for 18 years. She
enjoyed fishing and spoil-
ing her grandchildren. She
was a very talented seam-
stress.
She is survived by one
son, Randel Dale Scott, Sr.
of Lee; two daughters,
Sharon Faye Smith and
husband Kenneth
Sof ,everlyHils, and Shel-
lie George Rutherford and
husband, Tim of Lee; two
brothers, Adrian Scott
of Michigan and Joseph
Patrick Scott and wife Di-
ane of Intercession City;'
one sister, Catherine Scott
Vacha and husband Lumir
of Katy, Tex.; a sister-in-
law, Bilie Jo Scott of Car-
away, Ark.; 11 grandchil-
dren; and 11 great-grand-
children.
She is predeceased by
her husband, French
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April 9
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lumbia, Dixie, Hamilton, Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee
and Taylor counties, will meet on April 9, at 2 p.m. at the
Columbia County Library located on 308 NW Columbia
Ave, in Lake City. The meeting is about the Governor's
initiative to promote adoption, support adoptive fami-
lies and prevent child abuse, abandonment and neglect.
The meeting is open to the public. For additionatinfor-
mation, please contact Melissa Walker at (352) 955-5123.
April 9
The 55 Plus Club will meet April 9, at the United
Methodist Cooperative Community Center at 12 noon.
The speaker will be Allen Cherry and Jeannie Bass. The
topic will cover the 20-20 Vision for Madison County. For
more information, please call (850) 929-4938.
April 10
The American Cancer Society will be hosting a Sur-
vivorship Celebration reception on Thursday, April 10,
at Fellowship Baptist Church in lVadison. The reception
will begin at 6 p.m. and all survivors and their guests
are invited. Please RSVP to Janet Maier at.(850) 973-2400
or Molly W~ahl at (850) 297-0588. ,
April 11 ,
Unifyr Baptist Church wil be holding its annual Fish
Fry on Friday, April 11, from 5-7 p.m. They will be serv-
ing fried mullet or catfish, cheese grits, coleslaw, baked
beans, homemade desserts and' tea. You can dine with
them or take out. The cost is $7.00 per plate. Tickets will
be available in advance or at the door. Please go out and
enjoy the good food and fellowship.
April 12
Are you a young woman seeking a richer life? Join
Eunice Cofie, Miss Black Florida, for Moving Closer to
My Dreams An Empowerment Conference on April l2,
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Learn techniques for enriching
your economic, physical, and spiritual well being in this
day-long conference. For more information, please call
850-766-76'95 or visit www.missblackflorida.com.
April 12
The Madison County Babe Ruth Association would
like to invite all to attend this year's opening day cere-
monies on Saturday April 12. Ceremonies begin at 8:30
a.m. with softball and baseball games beginning after
the annual cake auction. Proceeds from the cake auc-
tion help support our youth as they grow through base-
ball and softball activities. For more information, please
call (850) 1869-9550
April 14
The Suwannee Chapter of the Florida Trail Associ-
ation wil hold its monthly meeting on Monday, April l4,
at the Suwannee River Water Management District
from 7-9 p.m., located on US 90 and CR 49, two miles east
of Live Oak. The public'is welcome! For more details,
please contact chapter chair Sylvia Dunnam, (386) 362-
3256 or email at dunnams@windstream.net.
April 15
The Greater Greenville Area Health Support Group
wil be meeting at the Greenvile .Public Library on
Thursday, April 15, at 11:00 a.m. The topic for the meet-
ing is "How You Can Prevent Foodborne Illnesses." For
more information, call Bonnie Mathis at (850) 342-0170.
April 17
The Madison County Health Support Group will be
meeting at the Madison Public Library on Thursday,
April l7, at 11:45 a.m. The topic for the meeting is -"How
You Can Prevent Foodborne Illnesses." For more infor-
mation, call Bonnie Mathis at (850) 342-0170.
April 19
The Madison County Cowboy Championship Cook-
out will be held Saturday, April 19, at the Town of
Greenville Park at 2 p.m. Everyone is invited.


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Mary Ann Patrick
Rains, age 70, died on Sat-
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Funeral Services were
held Monday, March 31,
2008 at 2 p.m. at Beggs Fu-
neral Home in Madi-
so~n. Burial followed
at Macedonia Cemetery
in Lee.
The family received
friends at Beggs Funeral
Home on Sunday, March
30, from 6-8 p.m.
Mary Ann was born on
July 26, 1937 in Greenville.
She is the daughter of the
late Ernest Lamar Patrick
and Ruby Jane Hutto
Patrick.
She was a life-long res-
ident of Madison County,
moving from Greenvile to
the Lee area in 1955. She
was a member of
the First United Methodist
Church in Madison. She
worked as an Administra-
tive Assistant for a num-
ber of years for Dr. Julian
DuRant and Dr. A.E. Harri-
son. She was a teachers
aide at Madison Primary
School and an Administra-
tive Assistant with Person-
nel Development and ARC
in Madison ~and Jeffer'son
Counties.
She is survived by a
son, Chandler "Chan
Rains III, of Madison; a
daughter, Deborah Rains
Buie and husband, Rick,
of Madison; and a grand-
son, Chase Norris,
of 'Madison.
She was predeceased
by her hus-
band, Chandler H. Rains,
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It seemed a fairly ordi-
nary day when Gene
Rutherford, while enjoy-
ing an afternoon outing,
decided to stop by the
Madison Country Club. As
he was crossing the rail-
road tracks on the way
into the club, he noticed
some unusually strong
winds blowing his way. He
also noticed that he was
not the only one being
blown around. There lying
in the middle of the tracks
was a downed tree. He
stopped to call the Sher-
iff's office and that is
when he saw the train a'


rare that trees actually fall
onto the tretcks to begin
with, it is even rarer that
someone calls the railroad
to warn conductors. For
the most part, when a tree
does cross the track, it is
usually so far from civi-
lization that there is nor-
mally no one around to
hear it fall and make that
call.
"This incident hap-
pened on a good day for
train traffic," said engi-
neer Justin Kite. "We don't
like to hit the trees, but
sometimes it simply can't
be avoided. As we were
slowing down, approach-
ing the trees, we actually
saw two more trees fall
onto the tracks in the
same area. There's no
telling what would have
happened if we had hit all
four trees."
A work crew was
brought in from Tallahas-
see to break up the train
and get it off the tracks.
Because of the length of
the train, 71 cars with five
engines, special care had
to be taken and the rub-
bish wil take some time to
clean up.
Rutherford was heard
later, saying with his sig-
nature chuckle, and grin,
"I always wanted to stop a
train."
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SGene Rutherford was
dr-iving into the Madison
Country Club when he
was literally stopped in
his tracks by a downed
tree. It was blocking the
tracks at the Country Club
and Captain Brown Cross-
ing. Rutherford put in a
call to the Sheriff's De-
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that CSX Railroad would
be informed.
As the call was being
made, Rutherford heard
the eastbound train, origi-
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progressing toward him
on its route.
Thinking quickly,
Rutherford grabbed his
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As the train rounded
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S.O.S. in front of me," the
conductor said later "it
would not have been a
pretty sight."
But he did, and
Rutherford was able to get
the train stopped right at
the Country Club cross-
ing. As it turned out, there
were in fact three trees
that had blown down and
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Willy Gamalero as the ~~
banks new Business De-
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Gamalero's respon-
stibilitjies include mar-
keting, as wonl as con-
sunfer, commercial, in-
dustrial and residential
loans. In addition to the loan responsibilities,
Gamalero wil be responsible for the development of
a brokerage securities operation for MCCB. He will
handle all aspects of investing including, but not
limited to, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, annuities,
IRAs and 401K programs for businesses.
Gamalero states that he is positive about the
challenges that face his position and that he is, "ex-
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ed the concert. This year
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the hopes of cooler tem-
peratures' and hotter fish-
ing.
Although, last year's
catches were about as
good as it gets. Over 26
. anglers won cash awards.
The Offshore Slam
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grouper); weighed 68.64
pounds. The Inshore
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ment, with as many as
5,000 people participating
in the entire weekend.
"It's sure to be a fan-
tastic event," said Susan
Parker, event coordinator.
"Mel .has invited
mahy of :his friends and
we already have commit-
ments for. Little Jimmy
Dickens, Ira Dean~ of
Trick Pony and singer
Bobby Goldsboro.
Last year nearly a dozen
celebrities attended. Fas-
ten your seat belts; this
has the potential to be one
heck of a ride!" say Parr-
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might be here?"
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weekend, loads o~f fun, but


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opment Corporation to
host the 2nd Annual Mel
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to be held April 12, at the
Gulfstream Marina in
Steinhatchee.
"Somebody said we
ought have a fishmn' tour-
nament," remembers Mel.
"Then somebody else said
we oughta have a concert.
Next thing we know, we're
goin' gangbusters"
building' last year's tour-
nament." They had such
a great turnout for both
the concert and the tour-
nament that the event is
now scheduled annually
And what an event it's
going to be. "Mel has in-
vited other major country
stars along with sports
figures and actors," says
Katherine Coarce Gener-
al Manager of Gulfstream
Marina and a partner in
the Steinhatchee River.
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was real special to see the
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Last year, nearly 297
anglers participated in
the inaugural event, fish-
ing out of 102 boats. And
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I don't want anybody. to
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and that, of course, is to
raise money to help the
kids" said Tilis. All of
the proceeds from this
event will go to my
friends at the Shriners'
Hospital for Children and
to the School System here
in Steinhatchee. Now I
gotta ask you, what better
reason is there to bring
folks together for a great
time?" asked Tillis.
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wil have the opportunity
to purchase a raffle ticket
to win a new Triton fish-
ing lioat with a Mercury
outboard engine. Those
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ets can contact Ted Ens-
minger at this newspaper,
or you can purchase the
tickets at the marina. Mel
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the lucky winner duririg
his concert on April l2.
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a family affair. Admis-
Sion to the concert area is
just a $20 donation per
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cont from page 1A


Vision 2020


centers of influence and
wealth that were absent
from the planning process.
For example, simply
consider the well-known
names that are repeatedly
associated with the bigger
county proposals from the
last two decades, those
proposals involving key
land and commercial
transactions, including
those from the deals that
didn't' work. out. The
views and vital contribu-
tions of these first fami-
lies of Madison County,
which includes most of its
anchor businesses, were
not well represented.
Ironically, these found-
ing families and their
businesses represent the
original planning of Madi-
son County because they
brought or grew the busi-
nesses, they move the ma-
jority of new money and
~they se't the prices for
manpower.


The bottom line is that
these business owners and
financial controllers are
also the first people~ with
whom real investors wmil
want to speak when mak-
ing a decision to introduce
any multi-million dollar
Venture. And they are also
the only people with suffi-
cient social power to
quickly break down barri-
ers. At the end of the day,
without their buy-in and
resources, even the most
extensive planning niay
just be an exercise in1 com-
mittee fanfare and fulfill-
ing required paperwork.
The MCDC and other
local leadership will now
work to connect the dots.
Regardless, and as the
name of the process im-
plies; it's a wonderful "vi-
sion" for the county.
Staff writer Michael
Curtis can be reached at
michael@greenzepublish-
ing. com.

cont from page 1A


tioned above, the Vision
2020 process was in part
necessary to fulfill re-
quirements of the Florida
State Comprehensive
Plan. Practically speaking
though, the MCDC will
now become the forum to
pick up and~ advance the
Vision 2020 efforts. The
MCDC meets on the first
Tuesday of every month at
10 a.m. at the Extension
Office. Residents are
urged to attend.
To learn more about
the MCDC, ~go to
twww. madisoncountyfl~com
and click'on the Develop-,
ment Council selection
found along the left side of
the honfe page.
SDr Elizabeth Bolton
from the University of
Florida IFAS office, along
with her team of Ph.D.s,
including Dale Pracht and


Mark Brennan, facilitated
the Vision 2020 procedure.
Providing both forms
and a framework, the team
delivered a model that ulti-
mately gave organizers
and participants a full
range and full ownership
in the process.
S"Ownership will re-
main the lingering chal-
lenge," one planner noted.
"It's a question of courage
in complexity. One the one
hand, most of the key is-
sues raised are too compli-
cated to achieve for even
the most motivated volun-
teers, especially silice
most volunteers have oth-
er fulltime responsibili-
ties. On the other hanid,
many of the issues that
might be immediately ad-
dressed require a very
high degree of social
courage that's difficult to
find."
Also yet to be found
are the opinions of those

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volunteer time, as she
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Webb has been a member
of the PTO Board at the
school fo~r several years, as
well as a lead volunteer in
major PTO fundraising
events.
As impressive as her
commitments to the chil-
dren, the school and the
needy, Webb has equal de-
votion to her community.
She is involved with prac-
tically every Lee event,
such as the annual Lee
Homecoming festivities.
W~eb~b also has a lead role

Grand Marshal


in local scouting, especial-
ly with the Cub Scout

yopnest son 1s cmembhr
Her troop keeps her busy,
doing everything from
cookiing a me'al with the
boys to camping out on ~a
riverbank with them, and
although she may not ad-
mit to it, rumor has it that
she makes the best 10-layer
cake in all of Lee.
Beyond her cooking
and caring, Webb has won
the hearts of kids and
adults alike, making her a
natural choice-for the 2008
Lee Citizen of the Year.

Staff writer Michael
Curtis cP~n be reached at
miZchael@greeneubsishing.
com.

cont from page 1A


gram. Although a full
time employee of the
dadio Cout umard a
makes it a devotion to help
children wherever possi-
ble, often doing work on
her own time, purely out
of the goodness of her -
own heart.
An extremely gener-
ous person, Webbis al-
ways willing to lend a
helping hand. 'If a ~family
is in need, she makes sure
they get necessities. When
a community member re-
quires assistance and an
all-out fundraising project
needs to be undertaken,
she is right there to over-
see it.
Webb has been ipn ac-
tive volunteer at Lee Ele-


one-billon plants. ~Th~e
faroduct line has since
been expanded to include
hardwood species and con-
tainerized plants.
Superior Trees, Inc.
now has 20 permanent em-
yloiloees with an additional
25 seasonal workers, hav-
ing grown from only six
full-time employees at its
inception. Plants are now
shipped to wholesaler s, ~re-
tailers, reforestation and
landscape contractors, and
well as forestland. owners


throughout the southeast.
The 2~000tee. Hol~e-
coming Committee, along
with all the officials and
residents of Lee and Madi-
son County, congratulate
Alan and Amy Webb,
Charles Webb .and all the
fine staff of Superior
Trees for their ongoing
contribution to the com-
munity.
Staff writers Michael
Curtis can be reached at
michael@greenepublishing
.com.


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pact them in minister-
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ing," said Rev. Candace
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Hospice Pastoral Care
SCoordinator. "At this
quarterly meeting Dr.
David Robinson and Dr.
Ron Hartsfield, Big
Bend Hospice Medical
Directors, will share
their stories about the
role of spirituality in
how they practice ined-
icine, as well as how
they see physicians and
clergy working conlabo-
ratively in hospice
care."
The meeting is open to
all clergy in Leon, Jeffer-
son, Madison, Taylor,
Wakullia, Franklin, Liberty
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clergy to attend a spe-
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p.m. on Thursday,
April l7, at Goodwood
Jubilee Cottage, 1600
Miccosukee Road,
Tallahassee, FL,
Come enjoy a compli-
mentary meal and fel-
lowship with commu-
nity clergy
"We have planned
a very special time for
our clergy to gather,
fellowship and to dis-
cuss issues that im-


mised the health of others
by avoiding the use of al-
cohol-based hand. sanitiz-
ers."
SafeHands@ has
caught the eye ~and eapofd
many business owners
who know that the key to
maintaining a sanitary
work environment is al-
most- totally dependent` on
the questionable compli-
ance of their employees.
Alcohol-free SafeI~and~s@
with its soothing formu~la-
tion is being positioned to
increase employee compli-
ance which will help r~e-
movre the fear of contami-
nation that troubles both
service industries and the
public they serve.
SafeHands@ is being
distributed nationwide by
Sysco, and its timely intro-
duction follows the ban of
alcohol-based hand sani-
tizers in Florida school
districts like Lee County
as well as schools, daycare
centers, and 'prisons
across the country.


ed to the formulating a
soothing, alcohol-free san-
itizer called SafeHands@.
He then financed a study
entitled "Alcohol-Free Ver-
sus Alcohol-base~d Instant
Hand Sanitizers'" which
proved that the repeated
use of alcohol-based hand
sanitizers leads to 'a de-
creas'e in germ kml and a
greater potential for conta-
mination. The study com-
pared the alcohol-free in-
stant hand sanitizer with
the market' leader which
contains 62% alcohol. In-
dependent human subject
and lab testing were per-
formed at California State
University, Fresno to mea-
sure gerni killing, skin
drying and flammability.
Dr. Reubens' alcohol-free
formulation proved supe-
rior in all three categories.
Dr. Reubens, also cred-
ited with inventilig the
first hands-free dispenser,
has turned his obsession
with germs into a new pro-
fession. Combilling the


roles of CEO and Compa-
ny spokesperson, Dr.
Reubens travels around
the country speaking with
service business leaders
and memberss of .::the
health community. ~He
feels that Florida, in par-
ticular, should~ be .consid-
ered a high risk State for
potential spread of cross
contamination because lof
its large population of el-
derly with immune-com-
promised .skin and. a
tourism industry that is
catered to by a great num-
`ber of foodservice wvork-
ers, a. necessary compo-
nent of away-from-home
dining. ~
Dr. Re~ubens continues,
"The handwriting is on
the wall when it comes to
the future of alcohol-
based hand sani izers." In
fact, he states, "'I receive
letters all the time from
service professionals who,
after trying SafeHands@,
'come clean' and confess
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By Tyrra B Meserve
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Eager little tynnies, baskets in tow, hopped down to enjoy the annual commu-
nity Easter egg aunt at Tri-County Family Health Center in Greenville, Friday
March 21. Tri-County Health Cen'ter hosted the annual Family Easter egg hunt.
Every child who attended the hunt found, to their delight, candy-filled eggs, along
with the chance to win other goody-filled baskets to boot. 4
Dr. Elizabeth' Hengstebeck and Tri-County Family Health Center serve the
community in an outstanding way, helping to reduce or eliminate the need for
more costly health care such as emergency room visits by providing cost-effective
care up front, which allows Madid~on County to better utilize their resources.
Unfortunately, a growing number of Madison County residents are either
uninsured or are unable to access regular health care. This is where Tri-County
Health steps in, as a federally qualified health center, they work to break the bjar-
riers to health care while customizing their services to meet the needs of those
residents. Tri-County Health welcomes anyone in need of healthcare, regardless
of insurance status or ability to pay.
Tri-County Family Health Center is not a free clinic, however, most insurance
is' accepted, including Medicare and Medicaid. Also, as a federally qualified health
center, patients who do not have insurance may qugtify for a sliding fee scale,
based on income' and family size. With the Medicare deductible being waived, :
Medicare.patients save even more precious dollars every year. Also, Jackson
Drugs has contracted to provide~ patients with a discount prescription drug pro-
gram whenever they use Jackson's Greenvile location for their prescription
needs.
Anyone needing more information on North Floriida Medical Centers Inc., or
other federally qualified community health centers, can call Deidra McRory New-
man at 850-298-6013 or-Tri-County Health Center at 850-948-2840. They wil be hap-
py to answer any questions. Happy Easter from Tri-County and may good.:health
flow like chocolate bunnies.
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HEALTH & NUTRITION




Getting Kids To Get Up And Go


orous physical activity on most days to maintain good
health and fitness and to promote a healthy weight dur-
ing growth. Children should avoid specializing in a sport
until they reach adolescence, according to the American
Academy of Pediatrics, as for every prodigy that be-
comes a successful athlete, thousands of others suffer
physically or psychologically from being pushed too
hard to compete at too early an age.
Staff writer Tyrra B Meserve can be reached at
tyrra~geenepublihing. com.












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concluded that 15% carbamide peroxide does not
cause long terin harm. to dental enamel when used for
bleaching over a 14 day regimen. The main problems
we see with bleaching are sensitivity and burns to the
gums. Good fitting bleaching trays made in a dental
office are essential to maximize the whitening and
minimize the risk of the caustic bleach burning the
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cooling down during the class or program as uneven ac-
tivity such as waiting a long time to run, catch, or catch
up, exerting a lot of energy all at once can lead to cralnps
or muscle strain.
Finally, make sure the adult leaders know children
as well as they know their sports. Always ask program
leaders about their philosophy, training and credentials.
Watch the staff in action to see if the instructors are pa-
tient with the children. The instructors and parents
should know how to encourage the child without push-
ing too hard. Scolding and yelling not only take the fun
out of the game for a child but the child will not learn
any faster or play better with the added stress of an irate
adult.
While some children are very involved in competi-
tive! sports by a fairly early age, many other youngsters
do not get any exercise at all. Most experts recommend
that children get at least 60 minutes of moderate to vig-


By Tyrra B Meserve
Greene Publishing, Ic.
It appears in more recent years that the obesity rate
in America's youth seems to be getting worse, not better.
Gameboys, Playstations and Wii keep children glued to
the game scenes just as securely as their chairs, and the
health of the youth is suffering. .
Yet, there remains the debate as to when is a good
age to get children involved in sports. Some feel that free
play is healthier for a young child than any kind of or-
ganized sport activity, while others feel that children can
benefit from a well-planned sports class that is specifi-
cally~ built around children's needs. When it becomes
time to uproot that little couch potato and encourage the
climbing vine in them, there are a few things to keep in
mind to keep even the most delicate spud safe.
First, it is important-to find a program to fit the
needs of the child. As a guide, a good class format for
young children involves 15-20 minutes of structured ac-
tivity combined with 30 minutes of free play. Programs
that emphasize safety, learning and fun are the ones par-
ents should aim for and classes that teach cooperative
games or a variety of sports related skills tend to be pop-
ular. Also, take into account the fact that a child wil not
excel in a sport simply because they learn its skils or
rules early in life. Complex game rules can confuse a
young child and their bones and muscles may not be
ready for what a particular sport demands. A younger
child could become seriously injured if forced to play in
an organized sport that is more appropriate for an older
child.
Make sure that the program being considered is
committed to the child's safety. All staff members should
be trained in CPR an'd first aid as accidents can happen
at any time when children are physically active. Also
mind that the children get plenty of water to avoid de-
hydration, especially in hot and humid weather. Chil-
dren, just as adults, should always participate in warm
up activities before any sports activities. They should
follow a pattern of warming up, keeping moving, then


tions at the end.
Make it an adventure:
Focus on variety-choose a
different fruit and veg-
etable each week. .
In Your Family Dinner
Getting more fruits
:and vegetables in at dini-


Over 90 percent -of
moms say it's important to
include fruits and vegeta-
bles in their family meals,
and they intend, to serve
more. But it's hard turning
best intentions into reali-
ty ; practical issues ji~~siget
:in the way - -
To help moms real-
ize that it's easy to in-
clude more. fruits and
vegetables in meals
and snacks, Fruits &
Veggies-More Matters
offers Get Smart!
strategies and tips. .
These helpful, practi-
cal, easy-to-use tactics
are designed to help
moms add more fruits
and vegetables to their
families' plates.
As You Shop
As you cruise the
grocery aisles, remem-
ber: All forms count.
Pick up fruits and veggies
throughout the store; it's
okay to use canned,
frozen, even dried fruit, as
well as 100 percent juice.
*Don't spoil your week
when it's just beginning:
Prevent spoilage by using
perishable produce at the
beginning of the week and
frozen or canned selec-


to a jar of spaghetti sauce.
*Create a Picasso piz-
za or a colorful fiesta:
"Paint" your pizza with
peppers, broccoli, spinach
and pineapple; or dress up
your taco dinner with
sweet peppers, cucumbers
-and avocado.
Eating On The Go
Eating on the go
can feel chaotic, but
check these easy
ideas and tips to avoid
last-minute, sugary,
high-fat snacks and
meals that can really
slow you down.
*Get sizzlin': Order
sizzling options on
the menu that include
lots of vegetables like
stir-fry or fajita en-
trees.
*Roll it up: Make a
fruit roll-up that tray-
els anywhere. Start
with tortillas and ~peanut
butter, then add your fa-
vorite fruits-fresh or
dried.
*100 percent juice:
Keep it on hand to take
with yrou on the go.
Fruits & Veggies-More
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ready making. Or make a
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and vegetables.
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Add a can of veggies, such
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a can of soup; or onions,
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HEALTH & NUTRITION


Tobacco Prevention ~Must Start

Early As Costs To Society Soar ""'
By Michael Curtis Smoking-caused health costs and productivity losses
GreenePubishing, Inc. per pack sold in Florida: $10.00Cnieigprpc aain swl ne 1 h UI
Based on a 2005 census/survey, nationwide, youth Cosdrnpe-aktxiniswludr$1th
smoking has declined significantly since the mid-1990s, last statistic above is very revealing. The Florida State
but that decline appears to have slowed or even re- tax per pack is $0.339 versus an average state tax na-
versed. The 2005 Youth Risk Be- tionwide of $1.11 per pack.~ Nur 5in HHOme -~
havior Survey found that the The productivity loss number
percentage of high school stu- is equally compelling. Smoking
dents reporting that they have shortens work lives. Additionally, 'Wet) Are Homre Wh'len tou Need Us"
smoked cigarettes in the past work productivity losses totaling
mdnth increased to 23 percent in -- the tens of bilions nationwide
2005 from 21.9 percent in 2003. oefomsoigcasdwr
20.8 percent of U.S. adults (about abs elnces, on-the-jobit perfomnce
45 million) currently smoke, -'delnsaddibltyurg
about the, same as the 20.9 per- ..Otherwise productive work lives. irPmfessional Rehabilitation and
cent who smoked in 2004 and Other non-health costs caused Skilled Nursing Facility
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AIDS, car crashes, illegal drugs, (bu 40mlinntowd)
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approximately 20 more state residents sudffer fr~om ser'i- lated litter (about $-I+ billion per year for commercial es-
ous smoking-caused disease and disability or other to- tablishments alone).
bacco-caused health problems. Tobacco Industry Advertising and Other Product Pro-i Lake Park Of Madison
Tobacco-Related Monetary Costs in Florida: motion:
*Annuail health care expenditures directly caused by Annual tobacco industry marketing expenditures I rA skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility,
tobacco use: $6.32 bulion nationwide: $13.4 billion ($36+ million per day) serving the long term care and rehabilitation
*Annual health care expenditures secondhand smoke Estimated portion spent in Florida each year: $930.4
exposure: $309.6 million million needs of Madison and the surrounding area.
State Medicaid program's total health expenditures Published research studies have found that kids are 25 WCpanBon d aioF
caused by tobacco use: $1.2 billion three times more sensitive to tobacco advertising than 9 Cpa Bo R ldin F
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*Smoking-caused productivity losses in Florida: $6.47 third of underage experimentation with smoking is at-
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with renewed fervor. Like its
motto, "Little But Proud," Lee
will stand tall in the county of
Mladison, in the state of
Florida, and yes, in America
and in the world wherever its
people may be found.
On April 5, from 9 a.m. to 3
p.m., its people will be found at
the 99th Annual Lee
Homecoming Day.
Staffuori~tr Michael Culrtis .
can hte reached at
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val...For many years Lee has
been what is generally known
as a "sleepy little town". That
quality has endeared it both to
its lifetime inhabitants and to
former residents, many of who
return after retiring from the
"rat race".
From the early 1870's until
the Mexican boll weevil infesta-
tion, Lee was a thriving and
fast-growing town. The arrival
of the bo11 weevilf, which ruined
the area farmers' crops, forced
the Lee Farmer's Bank to close
its operations here and merge
with the Citizens Banki of
Madison. Though Lee
remained rather prosperous



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through the twenties, it never
recovered from the far-reaching
effects of the boll weevil's
advent.
Now however, like'fRip Van
Winkle, the town is awakening,
Amazed, andl sometimes a little
dismayed, it sees its formerly
beautiful farmlands being cit
up and- sold by small lots and
parcels to strangers with
strange ideas and habits. But
Lee is also intelligent and
knows that, in order to survive
in today's fast paced society, it
must incorporate the best of
those alien ideas and habits
into its own way of life.
So LBe is again on the move,


For LeeOa~


By Michael Curtis
Greene Publishing, Inc:.
The Town of Lee, popula-
tion 402, is said to be, "where
heaven smiles down on earth."
Only two miles north of I-
10, five miles west of the
Suwannee River, eight miles
east of Madison and thirty
miles south of Valdosta, Ga.,
Lee is conveniently located,
while maintaining a small town
outlook. .
According to a historical
excerpt from one of Lee's finest
ladies arid historians, Thelma
Thompson:
"On May 21, 1986, the town
of Lee held its first festi-


Lee "Sprin


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7:00 a~to-.0 .
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senting awards. The Hodges Sisters will perform Breakdast at lee
with the Lonnie Jolson Band beginning at 1:30 pancake
p.m. Church gty all
A quilt auction and ~cake auction will be held Fun Run at Lee i~ s ?and
and raffle ticket winners will be announced' ej.sns
There will be arts and crafts and food booths, as. Lonn" iniad
well as a blue ribbon contest and games for children parade Anthem I
and adults throughout the ~day. Nationa\ toi5
The children's pedal tractor pull willbegin atl 12 opening Cere to pese
noon. got insey t 'st~
There will. also be children's train rides, a giant ck.ac tp
slide, a dunking booth, a model plane show, a cake.e attbrae~nt
walkr, McMullen Homestead tours and W~ayne Vickers Fire Deption of Avat
antiques will be on display. presen~ta on
The night before, there will be a country' and wepst- QUyi~ Aulctio
ern dance, beginning at 9 p~hE at the old Lee School. Cake Aucu ne -
Admission will be $5 for the dance. ,_al, Tcktet Vlrn


By Jalcob B~embry
GreenePtbzl7~hing, Inc.
Lee will spring to life on Lee Day, which wil be held
Saturday, April 5. -
The fun will begin with a pancake breakfast froin 7 a.m.
until 9 a.m.. at the Lee United Methodist Church.
A fun run wil begin at Lee City Hall at 7:30 a.m.
Lonnie Jolson's Band will perform from 9:30 a.m. until
11:15 a.m.
The big event of the day, the parade, wil begin at 10 a.m.
At 11:15 a.m., the national antheh1n and opening cere-
monies wil begin.
Under the big tent, Heaven Sound of Lake Park, Ga., and
the Gibbs Family, oif Titusymfe, wil perform from 11:15 a.m.
u~nt'il 1 p~m. This will be folllowedl by a pet show from 1-2 p.m.
gecky's Dance Step Studcios will~ perform, beginning at
11:45 a.m. This will be followed by the fire department pre-


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lar among co-wor~kers, as well as
friends and family.
Odom married Loyette
JSacks~on in 1955, later having
three children, all ofwhom i
were raised in Lee. Following
SLoyette Odom's untimely death,
Odom married Beverly Rigdon.
Unfortunately, in
2005, cancer claimed h'er life.
Odom has alwayls.given so
much to others. He played an
instrumental role.in the es~tab-
lishment of the Lee Volunteer
Fire Department in 1965, where
he and Beverly were both active. .
"Now that I'm retired from
Superior Trees, I enjoy donat-


ing the addi-
tional time to
my number 1: pe
interest...the
Lee Volunteer
F i r e
Department,"
Odom noted.
The -.Lee
Town Council,
Mayor, and town
management join
all the residents of
Lee in their con.
gratul-ations for Joe
Odom on his selec-
tion as the 2008 Lee
]Founding F'orefather.


By Michael Curtis .
Greenze Publishing, Inc.
Joseph Donald Odorm,.
known as Joe, was born in
Madison County to Randle and
E11en Carter Odom on August
L7, 1932. He was the fourth of
ten children .and attended
MVadison County Schools.
Odom worked with St. Regis
Paper Company until they sold
aut, at which time he joined
Superior Trees, working in the
Cee Nursery until his retire-
rnent in December 2007i'
Over that 46-year period,
3dom's dependable and cheer-
ful personality made him popu-



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Marjorie Heatter has Af
been named H~onorary away
Miss Lee for 2008's Lee was lo
Day, which will be held sometl
Saturday, April 5. He
She lived in Illinois led to
and Indiana until 1963 Lee E
when she, her husband, which
Marvin, and four chil- realco
dren, moved to Mdadison "I
County. Lee El
The Heatters moved oldest
away in 1972 to dairy farm ter, Ol.
in Texas and Georgia. Mrs.
They returned in 1996 grade
after Marvin's brain can- the
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school nurse at Mode\ pjane Cote!
Mladison County ionC
Central School. Bi\ue Ritalk
She also has a Cake Homes
son, Marvin (mar- I4,00Henckoe's
ried to Gail),.who yayne rce A
drives a semi in
South Georgia.
Marjorie also has
nine grandchildren and
12 great-grandchildren,
with the youngest being
born on February 1- of
this year.
"I am also blessed to .
live in the Lee community Tle
with all its wonderful
folks, especially my
church family," she said.


ter Marvin passed
in 1997, Marjorie
st and needed to do
hing.
ir love of children
her volunteering at
elementary School,
she describes as a
,mfort.
started at the old
.ementary when my
great-granddaugh-
.ivia Dickey,' was in
McCollum's first
class. She is now in
tenth grade at
on County High


School," Marjorie said.
She worked with
Kathy McCollum for nine
years and is currently vol-
unteering in Janice
Richardson's kinder-
garten class.
"'I love those kids!"
Marjorie exclaimed.
"They are special! I have
also worked with the
WOW program at Lee
United Methodist Chuxrch
and working with those
children was exciting."
SMarjorie is blessed
with three daughters:
Jane! Dickey (married to
Charlie), who works at the
School Board Office;*
Nancy Watson (married
to Frank), who teaches


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SCHOOL & EDUCATION


Follow A Withnfrawal Strategy
That Won't Leave You Emnpty
Provided by Brad Bashaw,` Edward Jones
When you're working, you probably focus on how much
you're putting in to your investment portfolio. But when you
retire, how much you take out will be a matter of considerable
interest. And that's why you have to prepare the proper with-
drawal strategies.
Specifically, once you retire, you'll need to decide what
percentage of your investment portfolio you can withdraw
each year without running out of money. How much can you
take out annually?
There's no one right answer for everyone. However,
when you're considering a suitable withdrawal rate, you'll
need to consider a few different factors one of which is your
age at retirement. Given today's loriger life expectancies, you
could easily be around and incurring a wide variety of
expenses when you are 90 or older. Consequently, the
younger you are when you retire, the lower your annual with-
drawal rate should be. .
But, when determining your ideal withdrawal rate, it isn't
just the sheer number of years that you need to consider it's
also what's happening to your purchasing power during
those years. Even with a relatively mild annual inflation rate
of 3 percent, it would take just 25 years for the cost of living
to essentially double. So, if you need, say, $75,000 per year
to cover your expenses when you retire, you will need
$150,000 per year in 25 years. If we go through a period in
which inflation rises significantly, you might have to scale
back your annual withdrawals or adjust your investment port-
folio to provide more opportunities for growth.
And, speaking of your investment mix, it's also a key fac-
tor in determining your annual withdrawal rate. If you own
mostly fixed-rate investments, such as bonds and certificates
of deposit (CDs), you will probably have to take smaller with-
drawals each year thari you would if your portfolio contained
a greater percentage of stocks. That's because stocks, ovier
time, have more growth potential than other types of invest-
ments and you will unquestionably need this growth to com-
bat the two threats to your retirement income described
above: longevity and inflation. (Of course, stocks also carry
the risk of losing some, or all, of your principal, but if you
invest in an array of quality stocks and hold them for ~the long
term, it doesn't guarantee a profit or protect against loss but
you may be able to help reduce the effects of price volatility.)
Another factor behind your annual withdrawal rate is the
amount of income you can expect from other sources. If you
open a small business or do some consulting, you may be
able to withdraw less from your investment portfolio than if
you had no earned income during your retirement years. You
also may be able to make lower annual withdrawals if you've
built up a sizable pension or 401(k), supplemented by your
monthly Social Security checks.
Your financial advisor can help you develop a withdrawal
strategy that is suitable for your individual needs and that can
counter the effects of inflation, longevity and market volatility. By
making the right moves at the right time, you can go a long way
working toward the retirement lifestyle you've envisioned.


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Board Certiyled Civil Trial Attorney

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CAMINEZ, BROWN & HARDEE, P.A.

(850) 997-8181
1307 S. JEFFERSON STREET
MONTICELLO, FLORIDA 32344
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10th Grade
B Honor Roll
Josh Baker
9th Grade
B Honor Roll
Brandone Colvin
7th & 8th Grades
B Honor Roll
Garrett Allen
Kirsten Bailey
Rayne Baker
lKelli Allen
Michelle Bryant
6 ly Poa

A Honor RoH
Laura Bishop
B Honor Roll
Cody 1VIcDonald
Russ Swope
5th Grade
A Honoer RoH
Cheyenne Sheffield
Chase Roland
B Honor Roll
Taylor Reyna
Brittany Bailey
4th Grade
B Honor Roll
Cierra Sheffield
3rd Grade
A ~Honor Roll
Alexandra Derome
Tyler Howell
B Honoer Roll
Nicole Howell
2nd Grade
B Honor Roll
Charlene O'Quinn
Autumn Peck
18t Grade
A Honor Roll
Shalon Watson
Carter Derome
B HOBOr Roll
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That search led her to
~the idea~ of' a Boys and Gir~ls
club. While everyone said it
couldn't be done, Yvonne
persisted and one year later
Swe have a club. She is just a
tireless worker asking
nothing for herself. I be-
lieve her to be one of' the
most amazing women I
have ever had the pleasure
to meet."'
Scott also has been ac-
tive in securing scholar-
ships for youth, most no-
tably as president of the
African-American Develop--
ment Council, which has
awarded over $100,000 in
scholarships.
Jenyethel Merritt was
president of Suwannee
River Junior College, an
African-American commu-
nity college located in
Madisqo C.FlLSRJC merged

AASU officers are-
President Greg Bruton,
V~ice-president Andeidre
Choice, Secretary Sophia
Bruton, and Treasurer Jas-
mine Richardson. Chris
Bruton and Crystal Causey
are historians. Anthony
McCrery, club member,
.sang during the cerenionyi


Yvonne Dickerson-
Scott was named the recipi-
ent of the Jenyethel Mer-
ritt Civic Award by North
Florida Community Col-
lege and the African-Amer-
ican Student Union on
March 6 during ceremonies
at NFCC.
The award recognizes
outstanding civic achieve-
ments by local African-
American women. Scott is
a community activist in
Suwannee County. Scott
said she was "honored, spe-
cial and appreciated."
Candida Merritt
Rogers, granddaughter of
Jenyethel Merritt, present-
ed the award to Scott before
a crowd of family and
friends. President Morris
G. Steen, Jr. joined AASU
sponsor Devona Sewell in

gate rmdmb th~e sFCC Su
dent Center.
~Sherice Taiwanda Scott
descrlibes her as a woman
who "rose from poverty
and a troubled childhood to
become the most powerful
and influential woman in
my life.
She always lived by the
concept that everybody is


capable of becoming some- ~
body througho- positive
thinking, encouragement,
and awareness."
Yvonne Scott was in-
strumental in establishiing
the Boys & Girls Club of
North Central Florida,
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She is currently president
of the group.
Live Oak resident
Jeanne d'Eauede, said,
"Yvonne has been involved
for years in trying to make
our community a better
place for children, but she
stil felt something greater
could be achieved.


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Investment Representative


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P.O. Box 631
Madison, FL 32341
Bus 850-973-8334 Fax 877-516-2596
Hm 386-362-6204 Toll Free 866-973-8334
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MCHS FROM IDEAS




MCfl3 Students Will Soon Need Flowers For Fromu


B~E~


The term corsage today refers to any flower arrange-
ment that is worn to compliment a female wearer's
beauty
A woman's corsage mayt be adapted into any design
for wherever she wishes it to compliment her outfit. For
upcoming Proms, this may be the most suited to the tra-
ditional shoulder corsage, usually worn on the left, or a
simple wrist corsage, which may be worn on either the
left or the right. Corsages may also be arranged for wear
on a waist, or ankle, as a hairpiece or a necklace; how-
ever, the two more traditional types may be more appro-
priiate for dancing.


find pastels more suited to their needs.
Attention to scale is also important when designing
a corsage. An arm corsage is popular for formal dances
with it being both very elegant and complimentary
when designed to extend from the back of the hand to
nearly the elbow. This size, however, requires great care
in construction to keep the appearance light rather than
becoming bulky and weighing down the arm. An oppo-
site extreme is the wrist corsage that may be overly
miniaturized in the effort to reduce the appearance of
bulk but ends up contributing little to the overall look.
In this case, both extremes should be avoided.
Whatever the corsage style, keep in mind there are
several designs available, Consider the occasion, wearer
and attire to achieve corsage harmony in the design el-
ements and the principles of scale and proportion. All
other principles also apply as the corsage is designed to
be part of the composition look. If deciding on the ~tra-
ditional shoulder corsage, remember that the corsage
should' not be pinned too far down. The corsage wearer
should be able to turn her head daintily to be able to
smell the flowers.
May all the lovely ladies have a magical prom night.
Stay safe and remember to always take time to stop and
"smell the flowers."
Staff writer Ty~rra B M~eserve cant be reached at
tyrra greenepublishing. con.


By Tyrra B Meserve
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The MCHS prom is coming April 19 and the hunt is
on for the perfect corsage to be presented to awaiting
dates. Whether it be a beauty picked especially for that
special someone, made and designed by a professional
local florist or hand made to give it an individual touch
of class just for her, the corsage is that last little step
that makes prom one of the most outstanding nights in
a young ladys' life. -
Flowers have been worn for personal adornment
throughout recorded history with their purpose being
for both beautification, as well. as ceremony. The earliest
use of flowers for personal beauty was in ancient
Greece and varied from single flowers worn in the hair
as a personal touch to crowns of flowers and foliage for
the heads of both men and women as symbols of
achievement. Today's emphasis is more specifically for
personal beauty as the flowers enhance the appearance
of both the wearer and the apparel, giving an added
bonus of uplift: to the wearer's spirit and inner beauty

"One shoe can change your life"
a ~- Cinderella


One of the most important factors in picking a cor-
sage, of course, is color. A factor that is most obvious is
the relationship of flower and apparel, including acces-
sories. As color matches are not usually either possible
or necessarily desirable, selecting a hue value or con-
trast is generally the most effective. Flowers may be
dyed or tinted to develop appropriate color coordina-
tioln, or it may be provided by matching ribbons or net-
ting colors with a neutral or contrasting flower color.
Many professional designers choose a safe color choice
of white for the entire corsage, which is successful un-
less the dress is white or off-white.
A factor not often considered is the relationship of
the flower colors to the wearer. Apparel color can either
enhance or clash with a person's complexion or hair col-
oring and the same is true for the color of the corsage.
More readily observed with shoulder corsages, consid-
eration is still due with arm corsages and to a lesser ex-
tent any other areas where a corsage is worn or carried.
Bright colors tend to add an enhancing radiance to
lighter, fairer complexions while a darker or tanner
coniplexion is better complimented with pastels or
p1diY~''rrfelb~T7~ivid choi'rs areP bb`b'tter t'~hoice for
brunettes, whereas those with blonde hair generally


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Apartments designed for Senior's
and Disabled. IBR ($409.) .
2BR ($435.) Subsidy available
at times. HUD vouchers accepted
Call 850-973-3786 .
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Employer






For Rent: 3BD, Mobile
home, quiet residential
area. $5. per month,
*$300.00 deposit Call for
info 850-869-0916


cash
5ac. Lee, platted lot, houses only
$45,995 with $2,500 down, $390 /
month or $42,995 cash
Call 850-973-41.16
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With as little as
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So nerCEmployment
Recreation


Where Cherry Lake Beach
When- May 24, 2008 (Memorial
Day Weekend) Through
September 1", 2008 (Labor Day
Weekend)Temporary Employment
.for the Summer of 2008 Only!!!
Days of Operation Wednesday -
Sunday from 10':00a.m. 7:00 p.m.
Employee Work Hours 25 35
Hours/Week
Contact Name Madison County
Parks and Recreation Dept
Tommy Garner', Director
850 -973 -14640 Applicants must
have valid driver's licenses and be
C.P.R. Certified
Applications A COMPLETED
MADISON COUNTY EMPLOY-
MENT APPLICATION IS RE-
QUIRED. MADISON COUNTY
IS AN EQUAL
OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
AND A DRUG FREE WORK
PLACE

ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE
SUBMITTED TO THE FOL-
LOWING ADDRESS BY Friday'

Madison County Board of
Cortuissioners
Attn : Sherilyn Pickles
Courthouse Annex, Room 219

n ,2 ra aickey3Street

(850)973-3f 79

Advent Christian Village
65B-JOBS (5627)
Do more than work; join a
family!

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Nonrestricted FL License re-
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health care preferred

LPN direct tong-term
care staff
Nonrestricted FL License re-
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CNA direetslong-term

FL certificate required; Experi-
ence preferred.

Benefits include health, dental,
life, disability, savings, AFLAC
supplemental policies, access to
onsite daycare and fitness facili-
ties. EOE; Drug Free Work-
place, Criminal background
chnck Aequir rs Appl Dneper-

mnent0Mon thru Fri, 9-.00 am un-
p m., Carter Village Hall, 10680
Dowling Park Drive, Dowling
Park, FL: fax resume to (386)
658-5160; or visit
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exterior carpentry work,
window and door
replacement*
Call Bob: 850-242-9342
We clean houses, offices,
apartments, rentals, etc,
Give us a call 850-971-5684


CNA. Must be able to follow di-
rections, good social skills with the
elderly and dependable transporta-
tion.
Atpt iat need to applS onpe so
zens Council at 486 SW Rutledge
Street, Madison, Florida.

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Providing a simple service
every home & business needs.
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8920 Quartz Ave.
Northridge, CA 91324



The Healthy Start Coalition of
Jefferson, Madison and Taylor
Counties is seeking an Execu-
tive Director. This position re-
ports to Board of Directors.
Bachelor's degree required
(preferably in the area social
work, health or human services)
and must reside in Jefferson,
Madison, or Taylor County. Ide-
al candidate must posses the
ability to network with commu-
itity agencies and the private
sector to establish partnerships
for coordinating prenatal and in-
fant health services. Knowledge
and experience in strategic plan-
ning, evaluation of financial and
internal controls, motivation, fa-
cilitation, and community devel-
pementatsede iabe.e nalay com:
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32331 by April 22, 2008.



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IMPORTANT
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing a reasonable
accommodation to participate in this proceeding should, no later than seven (7) days
prior, contact the Clerk of the Court's disability coordinator at 9049582163, PO BOX
1.569, LAKE CITY FL, 32056. If hearing impaired, contact (TDD) 8009558771 via
florida Relay System.

10/26/08. 104/02/08



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TUIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 07-321-DR

IN RE: The Marriage of ,
CAROL-JEAN PARKE-BAILEY,
Petitioner /Wife,
and
RALSTON A. BAILEY,
Respondent/Husband.
* NGUICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: RALSTON A. BAILEY

Let 134 Claremont Heights
Old Harbor
St. Catherine
Jamaica, West Indies
YOU ARE NOTIIFIED that an action as been filed against you and that you am
required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to Carol-Jean Parke-Bailey;
whose address is c/o Fred H. Flowers, Esquire, 1501 East Park Avenue, Tallahassee,
Florida 32301, on or before April 30, 2008 and file the original with the clerk of this
Court at P.O). 237,Madison, Florida 32341, before service on Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.


FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PARCEL; THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES
44 MINUTES 23 SECONDS WEST ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF SAID
LANDS A DISTANCE OF 502.80 FEET TO A REBAR LYING ON THE
EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF ROCKY FORD ROAD, (80
FOOT RIGHT-OF-WAY); THENCE NORTH O2 DEGREES 08 MINUTES
16 SECONDS EAST ALONG SAID RIGHT-OF WAY LINE A DISTANCE
OF 17457 FEET TO A REBAR; THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 44
MINUTES 23 SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE OF 496.19 FEET TO A
REBAR; THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 01 MINUTES 56 SECONDS
EAST A DISTANCE OF 174.42 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
CONTAINING 2.00 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. SAID LANDS SITUATE,
LYING AND BEING IN MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN MOBILE HOME LOCATED
THEREON AS A FIXTURE AND APPURTENANCE THERETO.

has been Gled against you and you are required to serve a copy pf your written
defenses within 30 days after the fast publication, if any, on Florida Default Law
Group, P.L., Plaintiffs attorney, whose address is 9119 Corpdrate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Ihmpa, Florida 33634, and file the original with this Court either before service on
Plaintiffs attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once each week for two consecutive weeks in the Greek
Publishing, lIhc. WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court on this 25 day of March,
2008. Tim Sanders
Clerk of the Court
By: Ramona Dickinson
As Deputy Clerk
04/02/08. 04/09/08


NOrlCE OF INTENTION OF THE I)OARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA TO CONSIDER THE
ADOPTION OF A PROPOSED COUNTY ORDINANCE

NUFICE IS GIVEN of the intention of the Board of County Commissioners of
Madison County, Florida, to consider the adoption of a proposed county ordinance.
the title to which is as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 2008-

AN ORDINANCE OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA, RELATING TO SEXUAL
OFFENDERS AND SEXUAL PREDATORS; PROVIDING FOR FINDINGS AND
INTENT, DEFINITIONS; PROHIBITING SEXUAL OFFENDERS AND SEXUAL
PREDATORS FROM RESIDING WITHIN 2500 FEET OF ANY SCHOOL, DAY
CARE CENTER; PARK, PLAY-GROUND, SCHOOL BUS STOP, OR PUBLIC
LIBRARY; PROVIDING EXCEPTIONS; PROHIBITING SEXUAL OFFENDERS
AND SEXUAL PREDATORS FROM BEING PRESENT, LOITERPVG OR
PROWLING ON THE PREMISES OF ANY SCHOOL, DAY CARE CENTER,
PARK, OR PLAYGROUND EXCEPT AS PROVIDED; PROHIBITING SEXUAL
OFFENDERS AND SEXUAL PREDATORS FROM BEING PRESENT, LOITER-
ING OR PRO ING WITHIN A 100FOOT BUFFER ZONE OF ANY SCHOOL BUS
STOP, EXCEPTAS PROVIDED; REQUIRING LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS
TO AFFORD AN OPPORTUNITY TO EXPLAIN PRESENCE IN A PROHIBITED
~AREA; PROVIDING FOR MEASUREMENT OF DISTANCES, REQUIRINGr
DECLARATION BY SEXUAL OFFENDERS AND SEXUAL PREDATORS UNDER
CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES; REQUIRING PHOTO IDENI IFlICATION;
PROHIBITING PROPERTY OWNERS FROM RENTING TO SEXUAL
OFFENDERS AND SEXUAL PREDATORS PROPERTY THAT LIES WITHIN 2500
FEET OF A SCHOOL, DAY CARE CENTER, PARK, PLAYGROUND, SCHOOL
BUS STOP OR PUBLIC LIBRARY; PROVIDING FOR COMMUNITY AND
PUBLIC NOTIFICATION; PROVIDING PENALTIES; PROVIDING FOR
APPLICATION IN THE UNINCORPORATED AND INCORPORATED AREA OF
THE COUNTY;
PROVIDING FOR ENFORCEMENT; PROVIDING FOR CONFLICTS AND
SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.

at the meeting of the Board which will be held as follows:
DATE:; April 16, 2108
TMCE; 4h Bard of County Commissioners Meeting Room
Room No. 107
Mad;&on C unt Cuouse Annex
Madison, Florida 32340

SThe proposed ordinance may be considered by the Board at any time during the
Above meeting. The proposed ordinance may be inspected by the public during
regular business hours at the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Madison
County, Florida, in the Madison County Courthouse, Madison, Florlda. All interested
Parties may appear at the above meeting and be heard with respect to the proposed
/ordinance.

If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to
Pardicipate in such meedng, you ane enddted, at no ant o you, to te pmovison of
certain assistance. Please contact Tim Sanders, Clerk of Court, at Post ORffie Box
237, Madison, Florida 32341, telephone:(850) 973-1500, at least 3 working days prior
to the meeting date; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Board with respect to any
matter considered at such meeting he or she will need a record of the proceedings,
and that, for such purpose, he or she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of
the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon
Which the appeal is to be based,


FINAL JUDGEMENT OF FORECLOSURE
This cause, having come before the Court on the Complaint filed by Plaintitfs, GARY
A. SPEARS and PEGGY J. SPEARS, and the Court finding that service was made
on Defendant and that Defendant failed to file a response to this Complaint and a
judgment having been entered,
IT IS ADJUDGED THAT:
1. Plaintiffs, GARY A. SPEARS and PEGGY J. SPEARS are due $15467.47 to date
of this judgment with an offset to the Defendant In the amount of $3,300. In addition
the plaintiff is awarded attorney fees In the amount of $1,500.00 costs in the total
amount of $403.50. The total judgment is for $13,870.97 for which let execution issue
forthwith,

2. Plaintiff holds a lien for the total sum superior to any claim or estate of Defendant,
RICHARD HALL, on the following described property in Madison County, Florida:
SEE ATTACHED DESCRIPTION EXHIBIT A
3. If the total sum with interest at the rate described in paragraph 1 and all costs
accrued subsequent to this judgment are not paid, the clerk of this court will sell the
property at public sale on April 29, 2008, to the highest bidder for cash, except as
prescribed in paragraph 4, at the front door of the courthouse in Madison County,
Florida, in accordance with Florida Statutes 945.031.
4. Plaintiff shall advance all subsequent costs of this action and be reimbursed for
them by the clerk if plaintiff is not the purchaser of the property. If plaintiff is the
purchaser, the clerk will credit plaintiffs bid with the total sum with interest and
costs accruing subsequent to this judgment, or part of it, as is necessary to pay the
bid in full.

5. On filing the certificate of title, the clerk will distribute the proceeds of the sale,
so far as they are sufficient, by paying: first, all of plaintiffs costs; second, documen-
tary stamps affixed to the certificate; third, plaintiffs attorney's fees; fourth, the total
sum due plaintiff less the items paid, plus interest at the rate prescribed in paragraph
1 from this date to the date of the sale; and by retaining any remaining amount pend-
ing farther order of this court.
6. On the filing of the certificate of title, Defendant and all persons claiming under
or against Defendant since the filing of the notice of lis pendens will be foreclosed of
all estate or claim in the property and the purchaser at the sale will be let into
possession of the property.
7. Jurisdiction of this action is retained to enter further orders that are proper
including without limitation writs of possession and deficiency judgment
DONE AND ORDERED in Chambers in Madison County, Florida on this 6th
Day of March, 2008.
JOHN PEACH
Circuit Court Judge
COMMENCE AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE EAST RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF LEGGETT STREET WITH THE NORTHWESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY OF
THE SOUTHERN RAILROAD IN THE TIOWN OF GREENVILLE FLORIDA,
AND RUN NORTH 16 DEGREES 28 MINUTES 27 SECONDS WEST ALONG
THE EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY OP LEGGETT STREET 294.04 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING, FROM SAID POINT OF BEGINNING CONTINUE
ALONG LEGGETT STREET RIGHT OF WAY NORTH 15 DEGREES 03
MINUTES 32 SECONDS WEST 196.42 FEET, THENCE LEAVING SAID
LEGOETT STREET RUN NORTH 75 DEGREES 03 MINUTES 12 SECONDS
EAST 347,27 FEET TO THE NORTHWESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF THE
SOUTHERN RAILROAD, THENCE RUN SOUTH 19 DEGREES 42 MINUTES 42
SECONDS WEST ALONG SAID RAILROAD RIGHT OF WAY (50' FROM MAIN
TRACK CENTERLINE) 260.S9 FEET, THENCE LEAVING SAID RAILROAD
RIGHT OF WAY RUN SOUTH 85 DEGREES 27 MINUTES 10 SECONDS WEST
190.44 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.

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NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION
I, Kurt S. Browning, Secretary of State of the State of Florida, do herby give notice
that a GENERAL ELECTION will be held in MADISON County, State of Florida,
on the FOURTH day of NOVEMBER, 2008, A.D., to fill or retain the following
offices: President and Vice-President
Representative in Congress: District 4
State Attorney: Judicial Circuit 3
Public Defender: Judicial Circult 3
State Senator: District 3
supr"meCnnr u:D R tein 1 of e Jusdice
First District Court of Appeal: Retention of Six Judges
Ci::ut ?""'2,"@ir unkial Circult: Groups 4, 6 and 7
Sheriff
Property Appraiser
Tax Collector
Superintendent of Schools
Supervisor of Elections
School Board: Districts 2 and 4
County Commissioner: Districts 1, 3 and 5
Madison Soil and Water Conservation District: Groups 3, 4 and 5

04/07/08. 04/09/08


NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION

I, Kurt S. Browning, Secretary of State of the

State of Florida, do hereby give notice that a

GENER AL' ELE ACTION will be held mn MADI-

SON County, State of Flor~ida, on the FOU Ta

day of NOVEMBER, 2008, A.D., to fill or re-

tai th~oRI 11* O

offices* President and VTice-President


Representative in Congress: Distract 4

State Attorney: Judicial Circuit 3

Public Defender: Judicial Circuit 3

State Senator: District 3

State Representative: District 10

Supreme Court: Retention of One Justice

First District Court of Appeal: Retention of

Six Judges

Circuit Judge, Third Judic xal Circult:

Groups 4, 6 and 7

Clerk of the Circuit Court

Sheriff


Property Appraiser

Tax Collector


Superintendent of Schools

Supervisor of Elections

School Board: Districts 2 and 4

County Commissioner: Districts 1, 3 and 5

M/adison Soil and W~ater Conservation Dis-

trict: Groups 3, 4 and 5



04/02/08 04/09/08


Madison County Carrier 9B


A il 008


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
N I AND FOR MADISON COUNTYFLOR A


,_ _


INy THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
SOF FLORIDA IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY
!C4SE NO. 2007-358-CA
I LrELLS FARGO BANK, N.A, AS TRUSTEE FOR
C [TIGROUP MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST, SERIES
20?~04-OPYT1, ASSET BACKED PASS-THROUGH
C CERTIFICATES,
Plaindiff,


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRC
CIVE ACTION


GARY A. SPEARS and
PEGGY J. SPEARS
Plaintiffs,
vs.
RICHARD HALL
Defendant


CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC,
Plaintiff,
ROBERT E. PLACZKOWSKI, et al,
Defendants).
TO:
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:

CURRENT ADDRESS:


CASE NO.: 40-2008-CA-000127
DIVISION:


ROBERT E. PLACZKOWSKI
2817 ROCKY FORD ROAD
MADISON, FL 323400000
UNKNOWN


CASE NO.07-354-CA


NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE


MIATHIEU P GRONO et. al.
Defendants.


NOTICE OF ACTION
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS


N rOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated
March 17. 2008 and entered in Case No. 2007-358-CA, of the Circuit Court of the Third
Judicial Circuit in and for Madison County, Florida, wherein WELLS FARGO BANK,
N .A.,ASi TRUSTEE FOR CITIGROUP MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST, SERIES 2004-
OPT1, ASSET BACKED PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES, is a Plaintiff and
MIATHIEU P GRONO; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF MATHIEU P GRONO; EU~LA T
\r.AINWRIGHT; UNKNOWN TENANT; are the Defendants I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at, at 11 a.m. on 2008, the following described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment, to wit:
SEE LEGAL DESCRIPTION ATTACHED HERETO AS EXHIBIT "A"

Iny person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the
property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within 60 days after
the sale.


LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
CURRENT ADDRESS:


UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN


YOU ARE NOTlFIED that an action to foreclose a mortgage on the following
Property in MADISON County, Florida:
A PORTION OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 2,
TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE 9 EAST BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:

COMMENCE AT AN IRON PIPE MARKING THE SOUTHEAST
CORNER OF SAID SECTION 2; THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 56
MINUTES 28 SECONDS WEST A DISTANCE OF 2061.75 FEET TO A
REBAR; THENCE NORTH 07 DEGREES 57 MINUTES 58 SECONDS
WEST A DISTANCE OF 357.76 FEET TO A REBAR MARKING THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF THOSE LANDS DESCRIBED IN DEED
BOOK 89, PAGE 55 AND DEED BOOK 48, PAGE 548 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA, SAID POINT BEING
THE SOUTHEAST CORNER AND POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE


TIM SANDERS
As Clerk of the Court


SDated this 19 day of March, 2008.


FILE NUMBER: F08013876


DOC ID:M011200


CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By Christy Wilson
Deputy Clerk


B


DATED this 26th day of March, A. D. 2008.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA


BY:1s/ Tim Sanders
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SIN THE CIRCIIll COURI.H IHIRL)
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2008-11-CP
IN RE: ESTATE OF
AUDREY H. WOOD
a/kla AUDREY DREW WOOD
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Th eadminist Novmb 2e3 27 es pUndig in thWOic itd Coeur r Maidon County,
Florida, Probate Division; File Number 2008-11-CP; the names and addresses of the
personal representative and the personal representative's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons, who have claims or demands against
decedent's estate, including unmatured, contingenteo unliqui h les clams ran I N

PH LL RO OFOTFHRHIE O3 IO THR AHRR THOE D EOTERO TETF RSTATF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.

All other sadior sof ohe dcen an d otle peren wh 1v cims nor
unliquidated claims, must file their claims with this court WITHIN THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIMS FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE IS April 2, 2008.
Attorney for Personal Representatives: Personal Representatives;
tsf Clay A. Schnitker Is/ Dorothy W. Heard
Clay A. Schnitker Dorothy W.Heard
Fla Bar No.349143 /s/fhomas Phillips Heard
DavisO Schnitker, Reeves &Browning, P.A. T~homEMS hlis eatred
Madison, Florida 32341 Madison, Florida 32340
(850) 973-4186
April 2. 2008 and April 9. 2008


IN TIHE CIRCClf COU(3lRT OF THE THIRD JUDlliI AL COURT. INi 1rND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 2007-612 DR
Division-
William K Lamb
Petitioner
And
Patricia A. Lamb
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: {name of Respondent) Patricia A. Lamb
{Respondent's last known address) 426 SW 7th Ave., Homestead, FL
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed against you and that you any
required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on (name of Petitioner)
William F. Lamb whose address is 799 SiV Range Ave., Madison, FL 32340 on/or
before date 3/29/08 and file the original with the clerk of this court at the address 125
S.W. Range Ave., Rm 106, P.O. Box 237, Madison, FL 32341 before service on
Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may be entered
against you for the relief demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are available
at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. Yod may review these documents upon
request
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office notified of your
current address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court
Approved Family Law Forml12.915.) Future papers in this inwsuit will be mailed to the
address on record at the clerk's office.
WARjiNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain
automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can result in
sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings.
Dated: 2/22/08 Christy R. Wilson
Deputy clerk

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