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Wed. May 21, 2014VOL. 50 NO. 40 www.greenepublishing.com 50 cents Index4 Sections, 66 Pages Local WeatherViewpoints 2A Around Madison 3-8A EMS Spotlight 9A School 10-12A Classieds/Legals 15A Path of Faith Section B Delinquent Taxes Section C Graduation Tab Section D Local Alumnus Challenges Architect On MCHS BuildingBy Amber HoustonGreene Publishing, Inc.Construction is still in the planning stages after two years on a weightlifting building at Madison County High School (MCHS). The weightlifting building was the brainchild of MCHS contributor and Madison native, Frank Argenbright, Jr. When he discovered a weightlifting set for sale that once belonged to the Jacksonville Jaguars, he knew that he very much wanted the set to belong to MCHS: Argenbright bought and donated it on the spot. The set is enough to furnish an entire weightlifting gym, and valued at about $200,000 according to Argenbright. Though he has mostly been a contributor to the football players and team, Argenbright expressed, I wanted this to be common usefor every student that was interested in weight training. He has donated to MCHS quite generously over 30 years. The class of 1966 soon jumped on board with the same spirit of generosity, raising a considerable amount of money towards a building in which to house the equipment. Class member Martha Beggs said, We are so fortunate to have Frankie in our class. Some people make it big and forget where they come from, but Frankie has never forgotten his roots and he does so much for Madison students. Were also fortunate to have such a close class: we also try hard to come up with ways to help the student body: this wasnt just some wild idea we had off the top of our headsa lot of planning, fundraising and time went into it. The arrangement was that the school district would handle the rest of the funding that their generous donations did not cover. This would allow the class to help defray the expensive of the building. Unfortunately, some specications turned out to be more expense than were initially expected. One example is bathrooms for the students: where bathrooms seem to be commonplace and inexpensive, the site is not set up with sewer and water. Extending the sewer and water lines can be expensive, andSee Challenge On Page 3A After seeing these pictures, m y heart is b rok en b ecause this eq uip ment w as in v ery good shape when I purchased it, in December 2012. What a shame! Frank Argenbright. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photos By Rose Klein, May 13, 2014Madison County BuildingDepart me ntIssu e s 54 P erm itsBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc. The April permit report for Madison County Building Department shows that there was a total of 54 permits issued. This is down from the 59 permits issued in March. New residential construction had one permit issued. There were no commercial projects for the month of April. The electrical permits were the highest of permits issued with 15 in total. Roong permits were the second most requested with eight permits, which is up from the one request inWe t W int er S pring Pr oduces H ig he st Leve ls S in ce 2005April marked the fth month of above average rainfall for most counties within the Suwannee River Water Management District (District). According to the Districts hydrologic conditions report, an average of 6.47 inches of rainfall fell in April which is almost double the historical average. It has been the 9thwettest winter and spring since 1932. Most of the rainfall in April was caused by three systems that dropped up to 14 inches in the upper Suwannee River basin and 12 inches in coastal areas. Minor to moderate ooding occurred on portions of the Suwannee and Alapaha rivers. Portions of the Aucilla and Steinhatchee rivers also experienced minor ooding. The Santa Fe River at Three Rivers Estates experienced major ooding as the river rose to its highest level since April 2009. Three Rivers Estates has been above ood stage since March 21. Many springs on the Suwannee River have been or are closed to swimming and diving due to inundation from river water. Rising river levels can slow or reverse spring ow, causing river water to ow into springs. In April, the Suwannee River owed into White Sulphur Springs for the fourth month in a row. The ow into the aquifer was measured at 86 million gallons per day on April 16 just before the springhouse became ooded. Fanning Springs also experienced a reversal in ow last month. Groundwater levels have been increasing since February, and levels are currently the highest since 2005. The high groundwater levels, including the highest levels in 20 years near Mayo in Lafayette County, will sustain spring and river levels for months. When the river drops, we expect to see spring ows we havent seen since 1998, said District Senior Professional Engineer Megan Wetherington. To keep informed on hydrologic conditions, visit the Districts website atwww.mysuwanneeriver. com.Resolution Marks 100thAnniversary Of The Cooperative Extension ServiceGreene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 14, 2014At its regular meeting, Madison County Commission approved Resolution 2014-05-14, recognizing the 100thanniversary of the Cooperative Extension Service. The service is a partnership between federal, state and county governments to provide useful scientic knowledge and expertise to the public in areas such as sustainable agriculture, livestock, health and nutrition, food safety, consumer issues and caregiving among other things, through a network of county and local ofces. Representing the Cooperative Extension Services for Madison County are (left to right): Diann Douglas, Melva Morfaw, Becky Bennett and Dan Fenneman. Graduation Tab Inside! All Local Graduates Featured!2013 Delinquent Tax Notices Inside Todays Edition!See Permits On Page 3A Greenville Resident Dies in Car WreckCharles Berton DelahuntBy Jessie R. Box Greene Publishing, Inc. ALocal Greenville resident died in a car wreck on Monday, May 19 in Taylor County at 5 p.m. According to the Florida Highway Patrol report, Austin Levi Goit, age 21, a resident of Greenville, was traveling westbound on Pleasant Grove Road, east of US Hwy 19, on a curve and traveled into the path of Charles Berton Delahunt, age 43, also a resident of Greenville. Delahunt had been traveling eastbound on Pleasant Grove Road. The front of Goits Chevrolet Trailblazer collided with the front of Delahunts Dodge Dakota. Goits vehicle rotated clockwise onto the south shoulder and came to a final resting place facing north on the shoulder. Delahunts vehicle came to a resting place facing the southeast direction in the eastbound lane. Goit had minor injuries and was transported to Doctors Memorial Hospital, in Perry. Delahunt was pronounced deceased at the scene.

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National Security There seem to be a lot of scandals these days revolving around Washington politics. The list is exhaustive and growing: ATF gun running; Benghazi; IRS targeting; GSA malfeasance; false Obamacare promises; and now, a VA waiting list that has resulted in untreated patient deaths. Many of these scandals also involve a cover up where ofcials have misled the public and Congress, maybe even destroying incriminating documents. Of course, not everyone thinks these incidents are scandals. President Obama has referred to at least some as phony scandals when speaking to his supporters. Regardless of where you stand on whether or not these incidents rise to the standard of scandal or rather, political hype, they are certainly messy affairs and lead to an overall mistrust in the Federal government. From my viewpoint, politics has been involved in at least some of these affairs. For example, the IRS targeting business specically addressed conservative organizations. Their applications for tax-exempt status have been unduly delayed and some of their donors audited. Now that House Speaker John Boehner has approved a select committee to investigate the September 11, 2012 Benghazi consulate attack, we may get lingering questions nally answered, such as: 1) why were we still in Benghazi when every other western diplomatic mission had been withdrawn because of the dangerous situation; 2) why were we unprepared for the attack on the anniversary of 9/11 and why was Ambassador Stevens left essentially unprotected; 3) why didnt military forces in Italy respond when the attack rst happened to protect the consulate annex; and 4) why were the American people mislead as to the motive of the attack? These are the big questions; a good prosecutor will ask many more to unwind this ball of string. The most recent scandal involving the Veterans Administration will be interesting to watch unfold because so far, everyone appears to be outraged by these untreated veterans deaths, rst in Phoenix and now at hospitals elsewhere. Now, there are 19 states where VA hospitals are the targets of similar patient complaints. The criticism seems to be non-partisan but be wary -initially the criticism of the IRS targeting was also nonpartisan, but that certainly isnt the case now. I have a new theory to advance that takes some of these scandals outside the realm of politics. What if the underlying cause of these incidents is merely government bureaucracy run amuck? Has government (in this case, Federal) gotten so large and intrusive that it stumbles over itself, generating poor service at best and scandalous behavior at worst? I wouldnt be surprised if this was at least some of the answer in every case. If Im right, then I dont see any improvement in the future. Washington only gets bigger. Republicans beat their chests and talk about smaller government all the time, but all I ever see them do is possibly slow the rate of growth. Democrats love government; the bigger, the better. From where I sit, Washington only seems to grow. Bloat, overlap and inefciency are the hallmarks. If not, then why are there 47 job training programs spread across nine cabinet level agencies? Is it metaphoric that the most popular current movie is a remake of Godzilla? For the life of me, I dont see any way to tame the beast. If the budget is cut in real terms (as opposed of the rate of growth), then maybe there will be some shrinkage, but when is the last time you saw that happen? Twenty years ago, Bill Clinton assigned Al Gore to reform government services. How did that work out? If I sound a little cynical, youre right! After years of withering criticism, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sibelius nally resigned, and now the long knives are out for VA Secretary Eric Shinseki, but is anyone capable of taming a huge government bureaucracy like the ones were talking about? I have my doubts. If Hilary Clinton becomes the Democrat nominee in 2016, then there will plenty of criticism of her tenure at State. Do you realize that more than 90 thousand people work in the Department of State? Turning around such an organization is like changing course for an aircraft carrier running at ank speed. In closing, let me advance one more theory -these types of scandals proliferate and plague a presidents second term. It happened with Johnson, Nixon, Reagan, Clinton and Bush. Now Obama is similarly beset. Its going to get worse. Standby.Imust be on a blueberry kick, because here I am with another blueberry recipe. When I have blueberries, there are two foods I usually think of rst: pancakes and mufns. Both of these are considered breakfast foods, but I use breakfast loosely because I enjoy eating these foods at any hour of the day. Blueberry mufns are something I make different every time I bake them. I havent been able to nd my perfect mufn yet and so Im always playing with my recipe, adjusting things here and there, searching for the recipe that will create the mufn I taste in my mind. I cant say Im there just yet, but I nally have the base recipe that I think will give me what Im looking for. Sometimes I wonder if my search for perfection goes too far. Perfectionists have a rough road in life, as do those around them. Not only are perfectionists hard on themselves, criticizing every fault they feel they make, but they also tend to be too hard on those around them, making it uncomfortable for all involved. In my personal life, Im striving to ease up on perfection and have actually made progress. My home is not as spotless as it once was and I can now focus on my family and friends more when they visit instead of worrying if my baseboards are squeaky clean. I dont worry as much about what others think of me (my too many dogs, my clothes, my words, etc.), but sometimes I still regress and beat myself up unnecessarily. Unfortunately, I know Im not alone in dealing with perfection and all that goes with it, but I do have hope that I (and others) will learn to see themselves as well as those around them in a more positive light and to focus on the good, and not on perfection. Food, on the other hand, I still strive for perfection on, well, because it is FUN. Adjusting recipes and playing with additions and subtractions of ingredients is more than work or a hobby, it is playtime for me. I also know Im not the only one out there who feels this way either, so Im offering my base blueberry mufn recipe for you to play with. Have fun! Almost There Blueberry Mufns Mufns: 1 c our c sugar 1 tsp. baking powder tsp. salt c buttermilk c cooking oil 1 egg 1 tsp. vanilla extract 1 c (6 oz.) fresh blueberries Streusel: c our c brown sugar c old-fashioned oats tsp. cinnamon tsp. salt 4 tbsp. butter, melted Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Line 12 mufn cups with liners and spray with non-stick cooking spray; set aside. For mufns: In a medium bowl, combine our, sugar, baking powder and salt. In a small bowl, whisk buttermilk, oil, egg and vanilla until combined and add to our mixture. Stir in blueberries and divide evenly into prepared mufn cups. For streusel: In a small bowl, combine our, sugar, oats, cinnamon and salt. Stir in butter until crumbly and sprinkle evenly over batter in cups. Bake about 15 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Allow mufns to cool in pan for a few minutes, remove from pan and cool on a wire rack.www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014 2A Madison County CarrierVIEWPOINTS& OPINIONS Letter To The Editor Joe Boyles Guest ColumnistSearching For Ambrosia Rose KleinColumnistLetters to the Editor are typed word for word, comma for comma, as sent to this newspaper. All submitted letters must be 600 words or less -Breakfast Food Is Almost PerfectionScandalDear Editor,In regards to the recent letter Lets Review Congressman Steve Southerland, I feel compelled to set the record straight. First off, Congressman Southerland voted over four times to avert a government shutdown, but the refusal of Senate Democrats to give up their special exemptions under Obamacare caused the government to shutdown not Congressman Southerland. Regarding the House budget, I think most residents of North Florida would prefer a budget that actually cuts spending and balances, instead of the Senate Democrats who have yet to even consider a budget other than the Presidents budget that will never balance and raises taxes. Even further from the truth is attacking Congressman Southerlands record on transportation. As a conferee on the previous transportation reauthorization bill, he helped deliver one of the most critical pieces of legislation in recent years. Congressman Southerland also served a conferee on the recent Farm Bill, helping pass another vital piece of legislation for our area. Being a small business owner before being elected to Congress, Congressman Southerland is also aware of the dangers that have come with drastically raising the minimum wage. Non-partisan researchers have already made clear that the Presidents plan to raise the minimum wage could cost America one million jobs. The market will set wages based on supply and demand, that's why the vast majority of workers today earn above minimum wage. As a local business owner I want the right to set the wages of my employees not the federal government. Lastly and probably the most ridiculous claim, is the idea Congressman Southerland is opposed to equal pay. Having four daughters of his own, you can hear the passion and pride the Congressman has for his daughters when he talks about them. Attacks on equal pay are part of the Washington political game that is aimed at dividing the American people. Let me nish with this. Congressman Southerland is one of us. He was raised here in North Florida and shares our values. Does the Left really think of us as ignorant and we need to be told what insurance to buy, how much to pay our workers, or where and when it's ok to practice our Christian faith? I can say with certainty Congressman Southerland believes he can save the U.S. tax payers time and money by allowing us to make intelligent decisions on our own, with out the help of Washington.Sincerely,J.D. JamesLets Set The Record Straight Anew report from Florida TaxWatch highlights the nal status and scal implications of major legislation considered during the 2014 Legislative Session. The report, 2014 Legislative Wrap Up, analyzes bills aligning with Florida TaxWatch research and recommendations, and explains how they will impact taxpayers. "Florida TaxWatch applauds the Legislature for prioritizing important reforms for Floridians this year that will save taxpayers' hard-earned dollars," said Dominic M. Calabro, President and CEO of Florida TaxWatch, an independent, nonpartisan, nonprot taxpayer research institute and government watchdog. "While the Legislature took up and passed many bills containing TaxWatch recommendations based on our independent analysis, we look forward to them returning to Tallahassee next year to continue advancing cost-saving reforms, such as pension reform and telemedicine expansion." Several of the bills supported by TaxWatch that are highlighted in the report are bills to expand reentry and diversion programs to reduce the state's prison population, a measure to create an Agency for State Technology to oversee the state's IT spending, and a comprehensive tax cut package expected to save Florida taxpayers $500 million. In addition to identifying measures passed by the Legislature during the 2014 Session, the report also identies bills with a scal impact that were not sent to the Governor's desk. Several of these bills, supported by TaxWatch, include pension reform measures at the state and local levels, expanding access to health care through APRN and telemedicine expansion, and reducing the Communications Services Tax for Floridians, which can be greater than 16 percent in some parts of the state. "Overall the Legislature led and passed fewer bills during the 2014 Session than in any year since at least 2001, but many of them will result in a positive impact on Florida taxpayers, ," said Kurt Wenner, Vice President of Tax Research at TaxWatch. "One major positive Legislative effort was to provide tax relief for the hard working Floridians whose taxes were increased to pay for a budget decit in 2009."TaxWatch Highlights What Passed And Failed For Taxpayers In 2014

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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Madison County Carrier 3A FROMPAGEONEWorld NewsBy Rose Klein Established 1964 A weekly newspaper [USPS 324 800] designed for the express reading pleasure of the people of its circulation area, be they past, present or future residents. Published weekly by Greene Publishing Inc. 1695 South SR 53, Madison, FL 32340. Periodicals postage PAID at the Post Ofce in Madison, FL 32340. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to MADISON COUNTY CARRIER, P.O. Drawer 772, Madison, FL 32341-0772. This newspaper reserves the right to reject any advertisement, news matter, or subscriptions that, in the opinion of the management, will not be for the best interest of the county and/or the owners of this newspaper, and to investigate any advertisement submitted.All photos given to Greene Publishing Inc. for publication in this newspaper must be picked up no later than 6 months from the date they are dropped off. Greene Publishing, Inc. will not be responsible for photos beyond said deadline. P.O. Drawer 772 Madison, FL 32341 (850) 973-4141 Fax: (850) 973-4121 2013E-mail Information:News news@greenepublishing.comAdvertisement ads@greenepublishing.comClassifieds / Legals classifieds@greenepublishing.comWeb Site: www.greenepublishing.com PublisherEmerald GreenePath Of Faith WriterJacob BembryStaff WritersLynette Norris, Rose Klein, Jessie BoxGraphic DesignersTori Self, Hunter GreeneAdvertising Sales RepresentativesJeanette DunnBookkeeping Brooke Kinsley Classified and Legal AdsCheltsie KinsleyDeadline for classieds is Monday at 3 p.m.Deadline for legal advertisements is Monday at 5 p.m. There will be a $7 charge for affidavits.Circulation DepartmentSheree MillerSubscription Rates:In-County $35 Out-of-County $45 E-Edition $25 ($5 add on to existing subscription) (State & local taxes included) Stale Cinnamon Roll Results In Shooting ThreatIn Mount Pleasant, S.C., a customer became so upset over an alleged stale cinnamon role that she threatened to shoot down the place. One of three unidentied women who entered a Burger King in Mount Pleasant became enraged after ordering a Cinnabon roll, saying it wasnt fresh and began yelling at employees. The manager was unable to calm the woman down and she reportedly placed her hand in her purse and said, Im going to shoot down the place. I wasnt scared, said witness Haley Besson, because I was like, the whole time, I was just like, this is over a cinnamon bun right now. They dont have their priorities together. The woman never pulled a gun and left when employees threatened to call police.Bacon SchmaconIn Chicago, at the National Restaurant Association Industry conference, a new food product Schmacon, was unveiled. After about two years in development, Howard Bender of Schmaltz Products, is advertising Schmacon as a bacon alternative. Made of Smoked and cured glazed beef slices (it is) smoky, sweet and outrageously good. According to the products website, It plays nicely with burgers, bread, lettuce, sauces, turkeyyou get the idea. No matter how its enjoyed it spreads happiness, and a strong urge to eat more.Newest Trend In Beijing Created By Owner Of Pet StoreIn Beijing, the newest trend is literally walking out the front door faster than shop owner; Hsin Chen can keep up with. Chinas latest craze is panda dogs; Chow Chow dogs that are dyed to look just like uffy pandas. Chen says all other breeds are passed over now for the panda pups. The dogs take about two hours to dye and their color lasts for around six weeks before touch-ups are needed. There are no chemicals or cruelty involved, Chen said. But the price of the dog does rise signicantly because of the amount of grooming that goes into it. People dont mind paying the extra though, they like the fact that heads turn in the street and they can tell their friends, I have a panda dog. Challenge Cont. From Page 1Acertainly impacted the price of the building. The question is this: how much is reasonable? Argenbright reports that he originally expected the building to cost $100,000 to $150,000 and to be completed in three months. Even with the unforeseen expenses, Argenbright denies that the new price is fair: which is in the range of $200,000 to $250,000. He immediately requested the bid specicationsthat is, the amount each company would charge for their part in the construction. A year has passed since then and almost a dozen phone calls, and Rutherford would not give the bids to Argenbright. This led the latter to accuse the former. Will Rutherford would not provide any bid specs despite 10 phone calls pleading with him to do this over the last two years, said Argenbright. We have nally gotten the bid specs, only after this article was in process. Im frustrated because the equipment I donated has been rusting in a warehouse for two years. I expected the building to be nished sooner, and now there are students who have graduated without being able to use the facility. When the school board said that they could not afford over $200,000, Rutherford brought back a new plan that included no ofces, no bathrooms, and even lacked air conditioning. Argenbright refuses to accept these mean accommodations for the student body. Meanwhile, the equipment he bought has been placed in storage, without being used. The way he has acted is unconscionable after the hard work of so many people to get this effort underway and build a great facility for our students. I am highly suspicious of his motives. When someone is not forthcoming, you wonder what they are really up to, Argenbright said. To that, Rutherford said, The District has had the bids: its their project. I had tried to send them to Mr. Argenbright, but his email would not accept them. You have to understand that I am not being paid for this: I have done my part in this project until the school board approves one plan or another. According to Rutherfords e-mail, Argenbright received the specs on April 30, 2014. And as for the price, Rutherford said, Everyone would like a really nice facility, but someone has to pay for it. The district just doesnt have the money for it. In summary, Rutherford considers that he has done his due diligence by getting the bids to the school district, which is the organization that secured his services, and that the pricing is based on the construction contractors: not his business practices. Argenbright disagrees. I cannot praise Coach Coe, his fellow coaches, Superintendent Brown and the school board members enough they have supported this project from day one. We are united in wanting to provide a gym, with world class equipment, for use by all MCHS students. However, my experience with Will Rutherford, his attitude and lack of communication, all indicate he feels he runs the school in relation to any building project. I care deeply about the people of Madison and I was told MCHS got $18 million for a building project. So, my question is: Are you just going to hand this project and this money to a local architectural rm without competitive bids? Superintendent Doug Brown refused to pick a side, releasing this statement: Our resources are unfortunately limited. We are trying to come up with a design that we can fund. He did, however, reassure the county that they would all continue trying to reach a solution. Said Brown, We are continuing to work together to try and build a facility that meets our budgetary requirements and the needs of the student athletes. Argenbright is not impressed. He closed with this sentiment: My promise is that I will get another architect involved and we will put this building out to bid to several companies to get the best possible price so that we can build this facility for all the kids in Madison County High School to use and we will get it built within our budget. March. Mechanical permits were requested seven times. This is down from the 11 permits issued in March. Plumbing permits were issued six times. Other permits category such as demolition had six permits issued. Fire safety permits was issued three times. Renovations or remodeling permits was issued two times. The mobile homes or modular setup was issued once and the mobile homes permit was issued once. The total fees collected for April was $7,584.02. Permits Cont. From Page 1A

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of the Elsie Kuhl Crowned Miss Lee www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014 4A Madison County CarrierAROUNDMADISONCOUNTY Community CalendarMay 22 ASK (Always Support Kids) and NFCC invite you to be their guest at Art Touched By Autism, an art exhibit and silent auction Thursday, May 22, at 6 p.m. The event will benet children in the community with autism and will feature original works by young autistic artists. The college is located at Hardee Center for the Arts at 325 NW Turner Davis Drive in Madison. For more information, contact Leslie McLeod at (850) 973-1642. May 23 The JV and Varsity MCHS Cheerleaders are hosting a fundraiser to help them raise money to attend Fellowship of Christian Athletes Cheerleading Camp this summer. They are selling 6 pounds of Boston Butts or smoked ham and ve pounds of smoked sausage or ribs for $25 each. They will be cooked and ready for pick-up Friday, May 23 from 2:00-3:30 at the Madison County Courthouse. For more information or to place an order, call or text Ruth Ann Latner at (850) 4640236 or email at ruth.latner@madisonmail.us, or see any MCHS cheerleader.May 24 The Madison County Chapter of Charmettes, Inc. will host their rst Mother/Son Dance on Saturday, May 24 at Madison County Recreational Center from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. This occasion will be a catalyst in supporting Mother/Son relationships in an atmosphere of delightful entertainment and a plethora of delectable dainties. The event is open to mothers and sons of all ages. You may contact Cheryl Clemons at (850) 9482071, Shirley K. Bareld at (850) 9732063 or Annie Jo Martin at (850) 209-6042 for more information regarding donations and tickets.May 24 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, at 1374 West Base Street, is having an International Luncheon, Saturday, May 24, from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. The luncheon will be hosted by the Relief Society, a Latter Day Saints women's organization, dedicated to compassionate service to those in the community who need a helping hand. Members of the society will prepare dishes from countries where they have been on missions, or from their own cultural background, providing the event with a truly international avor. The Relief Society would like to invite other women in the community, who are also interested in helping others, to come on out and get involved. Saturday's International Luncheon is an opportunity for them to learn what the Relief Society is all about as they share good food and fellowship, and listen to speakers from Latter Day Saints churches in Tallahassee. For more information on the International Luncheon, the Relief Society, or directions to the church, contact Beth Brinson at (850) 5566474.May 25 Pallbearer Lodge #4 will hold a fundraiser program on Sunday, May 25, at 11 a.m. at Jeslamb A.M.E. Church. The speaker will be Minister Lindsey Fudge. Please come and help us celebrate this special occasion, Sister Lula Roundtree, Secretary; Brother Kerry Townsend, President; Reverend Debra Warner, Pastor. For more information, contact Eula Donaldson at (850) 510-4822.May 25 Mt. Nebo Baptist Church of Greenville will be observing their annual Dual Day Program. You are cordially invited to attend one or both services. The rst service is at 11 a.m. with speaker Judy Hill. The second service will be at 2 p.m. and service will be rendered by Pineview Freewill Baptist Church out of Quitman, Ga. Dinner will be served.May 26 Monday, May 26 at 11 a.m., The Sunshine Ladies are going to Denny's off of I-10, for their monthly luncheon. All ladies are invited to join. There are no dues, just bring lunch money. Bring your friends and bring quarters if you want a chance at the door prize and above all bring your best happy face. We will be waiting on you. May 31 Pinetta Elementary School will be holding a talent show and silent auction in their gym, Saturday, May 31 at 2 p.m. Doors open at 1 p.m. to browse auction items that will include class art projects, themed baskets (spa, beach, sports, etc.) and more. Concessions of sodas, cotton candy, popcorn and pickles will be for sale. Everyone is invited to attend.July 26 The MCHS Cowboys Football Golf Shootout will be held Saturday, July 26, at Madison Golf and Country Club, starting at 8 a.m. Entry fees are $200 per group or $50 per player and includes green and cart fees and lunch; fees are due by July 23. For more information or questions, contact Coach Ben White at (904) 290-0413, (850) 973-5779 or ben.white@madisonmail.us. ObituaryHave something you would like to add to the Community Calendar? Simply call Greene Publishing, Inc. at (850) 973-4141 or email your information to Rose@greenepublishing.com. Virginia Fox McAbeeVirginia Fox McAbee passed away April 13, after a long illness. She was preceded in death by her husband, William L. McAbee. She is survived by her son, Woodrow McAbee (Diane) of South Carolina; her daughter, Sally Tillman (James) of Madison; two grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; her brother Raymond Fox (Gale) of Plant City and numerous other family members. Services were held Wednesday, April 16 at 1 p.m., at Grace United Methodist Church in Tampa. In lieu of owers donations may be made to Epworth Childrens Home, 2900 Millwood Ave., PO Box 50466, Columbia, S.C. 29250. Beggs Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements (850) 9732258. By Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc. Elsie Kuhl, 17, was recently crowned as Miss Lee. She is a sophomore at Madison County High School. She is the daughter of JoAnn and Kris Kuhl. For the contest, each participant had to write an essay. Kuhl decided to participate because, when I was younger I used to visit my grandparents from Southwest Florida just to see the Lee Day Festival. I had told my parents that one day when I get older, I wanted to be Miss Lee. Kuhl loves being able to represent Lee but she has also gained something more from being crowned Miss Lee. Being crowned Miss Lee helped me with gaining more confidence in myself, said Kuhl. After graduating high school, Kuhl would like to go to college for her LPN license and if that is what she enjoys she wants to pursue her RN degree. Recall UpdatesDiscount School Supply Discount School Supply is recalling its Magnetic Color Sorting Boards. Specifically, the Excellerations Magnetic Color Sorting Board with cupcake cutouts. The magnet in the wand can detach and the plywood backing can crack and release small metal balls that are sandwiched between the board and a clear plastic cover. These pose choking and serious internal injury risks associated with ingestion of a magnet and metal ball. Additionally, the surface paint on the metal balls contains levels of lead that exceed the federal lead paint standard. Those who purchased the board, which retailed for about $36, should immediately put it away, out of the reach of children, and call the company for a full refund. Contact Discount School Supply at (800) 338-4430 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Central Time, Monday through Friday, or online at www.discountschoolsupply.com. Click on Safety Information for more information. Classic Concepts Classic Concepts is recalling its home dcor item, the Aman Trunk because of excessive amounts of lead in paint on the interior metal chains. The trunks were sold through Cost Plus World Market. Consumers should contact the company for free replacement of the interior chains with a leadcompliant ones. Contact Cost Plus World Market toll-free at (877) 9675362 between 7 a.m. and midnight Eastern Standard Time daily, or visit the firms website www.worldmarket.com and click on Product Recalls at the bottom of the page for more information. Coleman Coleman is recalling its Northstar Liquid Fuel Lanterns due to fire hazard. An incorrect gas feed tube was installed on the lantern. When lit, it can release too much fuel causing ignition around the lantern. Customers should contact the company immediately for a replacement. Contact the Coleman Company, Inc. at (800) 835-3278 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Central Time, Monday through Friday, by email at consumerservice@coleman.com or online at www.coleman.com. Click on Important Safety Information for more information. Paramount Paramount is recalling its Trident Ultraviolet Sanitation Systems for pools due to fire hazard. Designed to be used in conjunction with chemical sanitation, these units are plumbed into the pool's water circulation pipes and plugged or hardwired into the electrical system. Water running through the units is sanitized with ultraviolet light. However, electrical arcing can cause these units to catch fire. Trident UV II or Series 2 Trident Ultraviolet Corporation UV Sanitation System is printed on a black label on the front of the units. In addition, a silver sticker on the units has the following wording Paramount Series 2 Ultraviolet Pool Sanitizer System, Trident Series 2 Ultraviolet Water Treatment System or Trident Ultra UV Series 2 Water Treatment System and a date code of 9/9/2013 or later. Some date codes consist of a series of letters. Consumers with letters in the date code need to go to www.1paramount.com to determine if their unit is included in the recall. If so, disconnect units from electrical source, or shut off power immediately and contact the Paramount Company, for a free replacement and installation of new units, at (800) 621-5886 from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mountain Time, Monday through Friday, or online at www.1paramount.com. Click on the red button UV RECALL for more information or email uvrecall@1paramount.com. Avon Not even Avon is immune to recalls. The company is recalling its Ergonomic Eyelash Curler, because it can break and expose a metal pin, posing an eye injury hazard. For a refund or a replacement, call Avon Products toll-free at (877) 217-5076 (English) or (877) 217-5077 (Espaol) from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Eastern Time, Monday through Friday, or online at www.avon.com. Click on Product Recall at the bottom of the page. PicturesPast State Archives Of Florida, Florida MemoryMadison Hotel Madison, Florida in the 1930's.

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By Lynette NorrisGreene Publishing, Inc.The Florida State Genealogical Society (FSGS) has awarded Cary Hardee and his descendants certicates stating that they are ofcially Florida Pioneer Descendants. In order to receive a Florida Pioneer Descendant certication, Hardee had to nd a person who had settled in Florida Territory prior to March 3, 1845, when the territory was admitted as a state. From there, he had to trace and document an unbroken line of descendants from that ancestor to himself. It wasn't as simple as going on ancestry.com. To meet the Florida State Genealogical Society standards and denition of Florida Pioneer Descendant, the task was to trace and document that line, with physical copies of birth certicates, marriage certicates and death certicates for each person. The FSGS handbook for those who want to make an application for Florida Pioneer Descendant certication is 45 pages long, and the application fee is $45. The handbook can be downloaded from the FSGS website, www.sgs.org. Click on the Florida Pioneer tab. Finding the evidence to support Hardee's application took months and months of detective work, tracking down documents, poring through old census records, probate records, last will and testaments, deeds for land ownership and archived newspaper articles. I worked on it little by little, whenever I had time, he said. In some cases, he even trekked out to cemeteries where some of his ancestors were buried and photographed their tombstones. I was lucky to have an old family Bible where a lot of this was recorded as it happened, he added, explaining that such Bibles, in which several generations carefully recorded each birth, marriage and death as it happened, and which were then handed down to children and grandchildren, are acceptable as a certain standard of proof by the FSGS. The family Bible Hardee referred to belonged to his great-great-grandmother, Rhoda Ann Livingston. On the other hand, if I were to go out today, buy a Bible and write all this in it, that would not be accepted. The information had to be recorded as it happened. The further back in time he went, the harder it became to nd documentation. Prior to 1917, the state of Florida did not use death certicates, one of the primary sources accepted by the FSGS. In the absence of a primary source, two secondary sources of proof may be used, such as newspaper articles and tombstones. Also, before newspapers were commonplace here, handwritten death notices bordered with black ribbon were distributed to the townspeople to let them know when the funeral services would be held. Hardee has one of those notices in his possession, dated May 31, 1886, for his greatgreat-grandmother, Rhoda Livingston. In the end, Hardee was able to document his direct line of descent from not one, but two Florida pioneers: Reddin Wallace Parramore and Daniel G. Livingston. After he turned in his paperwork and supporting documentation to the FSGS, it took them nine months to go through his stack of documentation, verify everything and nally award certicates to Hardee and several other family members, ofcially declaring them Florida Pioneer Descendants. www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Madison County Carrier 5AAROUNDMADISONCOUNTY Title: Madison Fire Rescue Firefighter Hometown: Miami, Fl. Why He Chose Firefighting: Ive always been a firebug and then I decided I wanted to go into the field and put it out. Favorite Book: His mothers book, A Walking Miracle, by Patricia Johnson. Favorite Quote: Failure is not an option, said by his old high school principal. Favorite Music: Rap music. Favorite Movie: Scarface. Favorite TV Show: Martin. Favorite Sports: Miami Dolphins football, Miami Heat basketball, Miami Marlins baseball and boxer, Floyd Mayweather. Hero: My dad. He has always been there for me. Hobbies: Playing sports. Sum Yourself Up: Laid back. Charmettes To Host Mother Son DanceBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.Time to dust off the dance shoes. The Madison County Chapter of Charmettes, Inc. will host its rst Mother/Son Dance on Saturday, May 24, at Madison County Recreational Center, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. This event is to provide a catalyst for supporting relationships between mothers and sons and is open to mothers and sons of all ages. There will be entertainment and a plethora of dainties to enjoy. You may contact Cheryl Clemons at (850) 948-2071, Shirley K. Bareld at (850) 9732063 or Annie Jo Martin at (850) 209-6042 for more information regarding donations and tickets. Cary Hardee Certified As Florida Pioneer Descendant Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 15, 2014This notice for Hardee's great-great-grandmother, Rhoda Livingston, is an example of the type of handwritten death notices, bordered with black ribbon, that were used in the 1800s, before newspapers with obituaries were commonplace here. The elegant handwriting can still be appreciated, and although a little faded, it is still legible: The friends and acquaintances of Mrs. R.A. Livingston and family are respectfully invited to attend her funeral services at the Methodist Church this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. Madison, Fla. Monday, May 31, 1886.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 14, 2014Cary Hardee looks over the stack of paperwork he accumulated documenting a line of descendants from Reddin Wallace Parramore; the stack of documentation from the Daniel G. Livingston line is equally large, and the two lines eventually married into each other. To the left of the photo are copies of the certicates issued to Hardee and other family members, including Fraleigh Jeanne Hardee, Thomas Randall Hardee, William Augustus Hardee, Cary Hardee II, Cary Hardee III and Joshua Tuff Hardee.

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Story SubmittedThe Corporation for National and Community Service is joining with organizations across the country to honor the powerful impact of Senior Corps volunteers and encourage more Americans 55+ to serve their communities through the fifth annual Senior Corps Week, taking place May 19-23. For more than four decades Senior Corps volunteers have used their lifetime of skills and experience to meet community needs. Today more than 500,000 volunteers age 55+ provide 98+ million hours of service estimated to be worth more than $2 billion through Senior Corps three programs Foster Grandparents, Senior Companions and RSVP. At a time of increased need and declining resources, volunteers age 55 and over are stepping in to fill in the gaps, said Wendy Spencer, CEO of the Corporation for National and Community Service. Today, more than ever, communities need the talents and skills of all Americans to help move this nation forward. Senior Corps volunteers are delivering enormous social and economic benefits to our communities and demonstrating that service is good for the nation and those who serve. In addition to helping others, older volunteers are also helping themselves by living active, healthy lives through volunteering. A growing body of research points to mental and physical health benefits associated with volunteering, including lower mortality rates, increased strength and energy, decreased rates of depression and fewer physical limitations. With nearly one in every five Americans projected to be age 60 or older by 2030, a great opportunity exists to engage older Americans in service to meet critical community needs while contributing to longer healthier lives. Last year, nearly 600 volunteers provided over 262,502 hours of service throughout 15 countries in North Florida making a difference in the lives of more than 15,000 individuals. Frail elders received assistance from Senior Companions to remain independent in their homes; young people received tutoring and mentoring from Foster Grandparents that improved their academic performance, self-esteem and overall social behavior; and families received food and housing assistance from retired and senior volunteers that improved their quality of life. With the theme Making a Difference for Generations, Senior Corps Week highlights the powerful impact of 55+ volunteers and inspires others to get involved. The initiative recognizes that service by older Americans benefits everyone it helps volunteers by keeping them active, healthy and engaged; it helps our communities to have millions more skilled volunteers; and it helps our nation by saving taxpayers dollars and strengthening civic participation. On Friday, May 16, Elder Care Services honored its Senior Companions, Foster Grandparents and RSVP volunteers during this years 2014 Emancipation Celebration sponsored by Smith-Williams Community Center and the city of Tallahassee Parks & Recreation. Festivities started at 10 a.m., at Tom Brown Park and include a fishing tournament and cookout for people over 55. Throughout Senior Corps Week, please take a moment to honor the remarkable SCP, FGP and RSVP volunteers serving in our community. If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact Elder Care Service, Inc., at (850) 921-5554 or visit ecsbigbend.org. Senior Corps is Federally funded by the Corporation for National and Community Service and sponsored locally by Elder Care Service, Inc., a United Way Agency. www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014 6A Madison County CarrierAROUNDMADISONCOUNTY btnfntr btnfr tbtnbfrbtnbfnrbrnfnt No Photocopies Accepted Tickets are good for Saturday, June 7thonly Deadline To Enter June 3, 2014Name____________________________ ___________________________ Address__________________________ __________________________ Phone Number____________________ Fill out and return to Greene Publishing at P.O. Drawer 772 or 1695 South SR 53 Madison, FL 32341 BAILEY MONUMENT CO 740252 Jacob Moore To Attend Boys StateStory SubmittedJacob Moore has been selected by Post #131 in Greenville as the Boys State delegate for 2014. Boys State is the premier youth leadership program sponsored by the American Legion Department of Florida. This 71stsession will be held July 6-12 at Florida State University in Tallahassee. Post Commander Roy Scott explained only males who have successfully completed their junior year of high school and have at least one semester of high school remaining are considered. The candidate must have a 3.2 or above GPA and an interest in the governmental process. Other requirements are outstanding leadership, character and scholarship. Jacob Moore has a 3.9 GPA and is a dual-enrolled student at North Florida Community College. Moore has also been selected to attend Naval Academy Summer Seminar and West Point Summer Leaders Experience. He plays on the Madison County football, tennis and track teams. Moore is also a member of Madison First United Methodist Church where he is active in several activities. He is the son of Beth and Theron Moore. Volunteers 55+ Are Meeting Critical Needs; Are Powerful Resources For CommunitiesSenior Corps Week May 19-23 honors Senior Corps volunteers for Making A Difference for Generations and encourages more communities to harness the talent and skill of American 55+

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By Lynette NorrisGreene Publishing, Inc.It was the last meeting of the 55 Plus Club they'll be taking a break over the summer and meeting again in September and the nal entertainment had been kept a secret. But it was a secret worth waiting to hear: an enthusiastic performance of the Rising Stars Chorus from Madison Academy. Choral director Jay Hicks introduced the Rising Stars, composed of third, fourth and fth graders, a brand new group that had just been formed that year, but had already been busy performing at a United Way function, at the Madison Nursing Center, at Down Home Days, and at Suwannee River Park, where they had made a video of their concert. The Rising Stars rehearsed after school rather than during school hours, so the chorus was composed of a dedicated bunch of students, Hicks told the audience. The group started off with the well-known Down By The Riverside, and rocked the house with Rockin' Robin, rst made popular by Bobby Day in the 1950s and again by Michael Jackson in the 1970s. They followed up with The Best Day of My Life and concluded with another well known favorite of all ages, Amazing Grace, featuring a solo performance by third-grader Riley Niquette. After this school year, the chorus will have to say goodbye to its fth grade members. This was their rst and also their last year with the chorus, but one of them, Kirstin Malone, will leave her mark on the group as the one who came up with the name Rising Stars.Dr. Chuck Oden Speaks About Leadership And MotivationBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.The Madison Rotary Club had guest speaker, Dr. Chuck Oden from St. Leo University. The lecture was about leaders and how they motivated people around them. Dr. Oden teaches business at St. Leo University. He asks his students what motivated them and the usual answer is money. He discussed Dan Pink, who has stated there are three things that motivate people: autonomy, mastery and purpose. Autonomy is the ability to work independently, the ability to come up with your own answers, working your way through things and receiving acknowledgment for your success. Mastery is something that you can say, this is my purpose in life. Purpose is the reason for what you are doing. As an example of motivation, Dr. Oden referenced General Slim, who was in the Fourteenth Army in Burma, where he learned about morale and how to keep his men motivated. He found there were three important aspects to keeping morale up: spiritual, intellectual and material. Spiritual is a great and noble object or a belief in a cause. Intellectual is when the people are convinced that the object can be obtained. Material is when the people must feel they will get a fair deal. How people are motivated to purchase items also intrigues Dr. Oden. Are they motivated by what the item is or why the company is making the item? He went on to discuss how companies are slowly realizing that there needs to be a purpose behind why the item is made. While the main goal of companies is to make money, companies are now turning their focus to the triple bottom line of prot, people and planet. Besides just making money through prot, companies are now focusing on people by being socially responsible and on the planet by being environmentally responsible when manufacturing a product. The next time you buy something, think about what is motivating you to purchase that item. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, May 14, 2014Dr. Chuck Oden (left) accepts a Rotary Pin from Rotary Club President Wayne Conger (right). www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Madison County Carrier 7AAROUNDMADISONCOUNTY CallForAFREEConsultation.NoFeesorCostsUntilRecovery TollFree877-997-8181 www.CaminezLaw.com MonticelloOffice1307S.JeffersonSt.850-997-8181 TallahasseeOffice1882CapitalCircleNE,Suite103 JonD.Caminez,BoardCertifiedCivilTrialAttorney ShannonBrown,ParalegalScottL.Wolf,AttorneyBarneyStallworth,Investigator WWW.CAMINEZLAW.COM Thehiringofalawyerisanimportantdecisionthatshouldnotbebasedsolelyuponadvertisements. Beforeyoudecide,askustosendyouwritteninformationaboutourqualificationsandexperiences.AutoAccidents Truck&Tractor TrailerAccidents MotorcycleAccidents WrongfulDeath DefectiveProducts MedicalNegligence/ Malpractice Slip&Fall PremisesLiability NursingHome Negligence Accidents-Injury-DeathCases PracticingPersonalInjuryLawSince1972 Cinco De Mayo At Lake Park Photo SubmittedLake Park of Madison celebrated Cinco de Mayo with a party that was complete with music, tacos, chips and salsa and even alcohol-free margaritas. Seated around the table enjoying the celebration, from left to right are: Daryl Williams, James Reeves, Rosa Williams and William Holton. Standing is Jo Wesson. Photo SubmittedSeated at the party is Betty Stillwell, and pictured with her are visitors Sandra and Russ Reeves. In the background David Stroman and Rossie Bryant enjoy the festivities. Final Big Surprise At 55 Plus The Rising Stars Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 14, 2014Toe-tapping, feel-good songs like Rockin' Robin and The Best Day Of My Life were performed with an energy that made everyone want to get up and dance along with the choristers. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 14, 2014Kirstin Malone, who came up with the name Rising Stars, is one of the fth graders saying goodbye to the choral group after this school year.

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Story SubmittedOn Saturday, May 10, 2014, the Republican Party of Madison County hosted their annual James Madison US Constitution Celebration Dinner. Guest speakers were US Congressman Steve Southerland, District 2; US Congressman Ted Yoho, District 3; Florida House Representative Halsey Beshears, and State Attorney for the Third Judicial Circuit of Florida, Jeff Siegmeister. The Madison Republicans awarded their 2014 James Blair Award to John and Bunny Maultsby. This award is presented to those individuals, who, without waiting for the government to act or provide assistance, step forward and help their community in times of need. Madison County has been fortunate enough to have all the Maultsbys, owners of Florida Plywood, in their county for many years and we thank them for all their service. Congressmen Southerland and Yoho updated the attendees on what is happening and what needs to happen in Washington, DC. They shared their hopes and aspirations for our county in the coming years: defend our core values, founding principles, and the Constitution, cut Federal spending and save taxpayer dollars, hold leadership accountable, and protect individual liberties and freedoms. Each Congressman focused on an important aspect of our country. Congressman Ted Yoho focused on the here and now issues that are being addressed in Washington and Congressman Southerland enriched our knowledge of the past and how our government was shaped not in spite of faith and religion, but because of its deep emersion and roots as a Christian nation. You can nd more pictures and updates on Facebook at Madison County Republican Party. The Republican Club meets every second Monday at 12 noon at Shelbys and the Executive meetings are every fourth Tuesday at 7 p.m., at Madison County Library. www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014 8A Madison County Carrier AROUNDMADISONCOUNTY CALL ME TODAY.Invest in your dreams. Nate Cruce ChFC, Agent Registered Representative Bus: 850-973-6641 : 850-973-6641 Bus eivtasenteepred RertgiseR entg, ACe ChFuce CrtaN tnemtsevn t i hg e ri h g t n ki aM u yo pl he ya m yad to se icho c omo r t o s f maer r d uo h y caer ,robhgie d n o e a go kiL .ereh s trm i a te F atSrm a te F at t S uob e ak m sA sdnu l F a tu uM. t .worro 2.8141011 vn i sdnu e f h r t edisno c gnitsevn e i rofeB emegana P Mm V ra e F tat t S catnoC g t niniatno s c utcepsor y p rammu r s o .835 /0 5 /0 2102P An d i n s a eitiruceS m B ra e F tat y Sd b eetnarau t g on so p g g in d lu c in p. Y A AY DO E TL M LACx d e n s a egrah c sksi r sevitcejb t o nemtsev utcepsor r a p o 0) f 394-744-008-1 p ( ro t C ne ufera t cd i ae R noitamrofn r i eht d o n s a ih g t a derusn C i ID t F o e n r s a tcudor e p cnarusn kna m B,ksi t r nemtsevn o it t cejbu e s r d a n a .la ip c in r p f o sso l el ib ss .sesnep su .yll er Republican Party Fundraiser Is A SuccessPhoto SubmittedThis year's recipients of the James Blair Constitution Award, Bunny and John Maultsby (left to right) stand with REC State Committeeman Mike Williams. Behind and to the left of Williams is Madison REC Chair Bob Bezick.Photo SubmittedTaking a moment at the podium are (left to right): US Congressman Steve Southerland, State Attorney Jeff Siegmeister and US Congressman Ted Yoho.Photo SubmittedSome of the distinguished guests and REC members at the dinner included (front row, left to right): US Congressman Steve Southerland, REC State Committeewoman Princess Akerman, REC State Committeeman Mike Williams and US Congressman Ted Yoho. Standing directly behind Princess Akerman is Madison REC Chairman Bob Bezick.Photo SubmittedFlorida House Representative Halsey Beshears stands with Madison REC Chairman Bob Bezick.Photo SubmittedRepublican Club Treasurer Carol Ludwick and City Councilwoman Ina Thompson look forward to helping you check in next year at the Annual James Madison US Constitution Celebration and Dinner.

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NATIONALEMS WEEK2014 EMS: ONEMISSION. ONETEAM. www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Madison County Carrier 9A Photo SubmittedThe E.M.S. team of Madison County is proud to serve you. Pictured in the front row, left to right are: Justin Buchanan, Brittan y Bell, Demi Davis, Haley Albanese, Lisa Jordan, Juan Botino, Liz Cotrell and Kevin Shipp. Pictured in the back row, from left to right are: Michael Raines, Jessie Deyerle, Jane Williams, Lori Collins, Chad Massey, Brittney Baldwin and James Byler. Inset: Mica Taylor (left) and Scott Murn (right). By Jessie R. Box Greene Publishing, Inc.National E.M.S. Week is May 18 24 and this years theme is E.M.S: Dedicated. For Life. According to ems.gov, National E.M.S. Week has been observed since it was first declared by President Gerald Ford in 1974. National E.M.S. Week is a great opportunity to thank those who have dedicated their time to providing lifesaving day-to-day services. According to the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), the organization was instrumental in helping establish National E.M.S. Week. The ACEP have been developing and providing E.M.S. Week planning kits since the 1980s free to any E.M.S. service. Take the opportunity this week to thank E.M.S. for all the services that they provide to the community. National E.M.S. Week is Upon Us

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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014 10A Madison County Carrier SCHOOLNew Testament Christian School Career Week Prepares Students For Work And LifeBy Rose Klein Greene Publishing, Inc.The New Testament Christian School held Career Week for their 7th12thgrade students last month, offering presentations from numerous local business owners, a tour of the new Hospital in Madison, a eld trip to the University of Florida and mock interviews that included tips on how to land the perfect job. Career week started on Monday, April 21, with a tour of the new Madison County Memorial Hospital on 309 NE Marion Street. Ted Ensminger, the Coordinator and Director of Marketing for the hospital, said the students from New Testament was the very rst public tour of the hospital and students and instructors were able to tour the entire facility. The tour included the emergency department, operating rooms, radiology and lab departments, all of the behind the scenes maintenance areas and inside the three different types of patient rooms the hospital will offer. Ensminger said most students seemed impressed by the sheer scale of the building and overall ow of the structure, but it was the new helipad that was their favorite, causing imaginations to soar. Tuesday was the biggest day of Career Week as the school had numerous guest speakers from many different career elds speaking to groups of students throughout the day. The speakers presented their careers to students from 8:30 a.m., all the way through 2:30 p.m., with only a few breaks, giving students a full days worth of information. They heard from Wayne Conger, Clinical Psychologist; Sgt. Jake Burgess, National Guard; Judi Wyche, Entrepreneur; John Grosskopf, President of NFCC and Darren Baxley, Veterinarian, to name just a few. Tuesday was more than just discovery of different career elds. Some of the speakers shared stories of how God changed their career plans midstream and in doing so, changed the course of their lives. The message, said Nancy Taylor, a teacher at New Testament, was for students to remain open to changes God may have for them in their careers as well as in their lives. She further said that two scriptures in the Bible, often discussed with students, are both relevant to this suggestion. Jeremiah 29:11 For I know the plans I have for you, says the Lord. They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope, and Colossians 3:23 Work hard and cheerfully at whatever you do, as though you were working for the Lord rather than for people. NLT The next day was a treat for students as they traveled to Gainesville in order to tour the campus of University of Florida where they received an overview of the universitys programs and admissions process. Career Week concluded on Thursday with Becky Bennett, 4-H Extension Agent in Madison, visiting the school to speak on her job as a County Extension Agent. She also gave an overview of the different extension agent jobs: Agriculture, 4-H and Family and Consumer Science, which is the specialty of Extension Director, Diann Douglas and also discussed career camps and programs available through 4-H. The day ended with mock job interviews where students interviewed for one of ve different jobs: marketing/sales representative for a fashion magazine, rearms safety instructor, crime scene investigator, educational program coordinator for an art museum and pediatric nurse. The ve positions selected were to offer a variety of career interests expressed by the students. Three local residents and businesspersons conducted the interviews: Ralph Gray, owner of Suwannee River Supply; Jane McClung, who has a variety of career skills and Gary Webb, co-owner of Greenville Timber. After the interviews, these three shared basic tips on how to improve the students chances for landing the perfect job. At the end of New Testaments Career Week, Taylor said one of the more memorable moments that stood out for students was the trip to the University of Florida. She said all the older students enjoyed seeing the university and one high school student in particular became even more emphatic she would be attending UF and now had plans on becoming a Veterinarian. The younger students also had some excitement as they were enchanted with the Humvee and other military equipment brought to the campus by Sgt. Jake Burgess of the National Guard. Jenny Starling, one of the co-principals at New Testament, said Career Week at the school was even better than she imagined. We had some really fantastic speakers and the kids surprised me. Starling said they were very attentive to the speakers, asked really good questions and engaged in good conversations on the subjects presented. The kids truly impressed me. Photo SubmittedTuyanna McCall, an Adoption Specialist with the Childrens Home Society, reacts to a students question during her presentation at New Testament.Photo SubmittedStudents in 7th-12th grade were able to tour the UF campus during Career Week and reported it was one of the weeks highlights.Photo SubmittedSgt. Jake Burgess of the National Guard shows the younger crowd at New Testament one of the Guards Humvees.

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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Madison County Carrier 11ASCHOOL JMPHS Spring Dance A HitBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.The James Madison Preparatory High School had the rst school dance on April 26 at the Houser Auditorium. The students were allowed to invite one guest each. There was a professional DJ at the dance to treat the students to a wide variety of music. The Houser Auditorium was decorated and refreshments provided by the Parent and Teacher Organization. There was also a professional photographers background for the students to take pictures. There were approximately 70 students in attendance including guests.Photo SubmittedHayden Stout, Shellby Cooke, Ryan Davis, Alexis Bowen, Bo Roebuck and Meghan Tobin are stunning as they pose for a picture at the JMPHS Spring Dance. Photo SubmittedJustin Davis, Derenza Cherry, Zakobe Fead and Trey Mitchell take a moment in between songs to sit and relax at the JMPHS Spring Dance.Photo SubmittedAlexis Bowen, Katelyn McCamman and Haley Rogers pose for the photographer as they enjoy the Spring Dance at JMPHS.Photo SubmittedMichael Goley, Nathan Calhoun and Brandon Segrest hang out at the JMPHS Spring Dance.Photo SubmittedMichael Goley and Samantha Hentges are dazzling in gold at the JMPHS Spring Dance.

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Project Graduation Set To Follow May 30thCeremony www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014 12A Madison County CarrierSCHOOL want investing made easy? Larry DiPietro is an experienced financial advisor committed to helping clients achieve a more secure financial future. His comprehensive planning combined with his experience with wealth management, retirement, education and insurance strategies can help you achieve your financial goals. Call Larry today to find out how his experience and consultative approach can help you! larry.dipietro@investnancial.com 343 West Base St. l Madison 850.402.8028Larry DiPietro, Financial AdvisorRegistered Representative, INVEST Financial CorporationINVEST Financial Corporation is not afliated with Capital City Banc Investments. INVEST Financial Corporation, member FINRA/SIPC, and its afliated insurance agencies offer securities, advisory services and certain insurance products. Products are: 04/15 116288 By Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.Project Graduation will be May 30 at the MCHS starting at 10 p.m., and the event will not end until 6:30 a.m., the next morning. Project Graduation is meant to be a place for students to hang out with their friends in a safe environment after graduation. The students will spend two hours outside where there will be a waterslide, tug-of-war, horseshoes and water balloon volleyball. The Kiwanis Club of Madison will be cooking hamburgers and hotdogs for the students to enjoy. After the outside fun, the students will be in the gym for the rest of the evening. There will be games for the students to enjoy including ping-pong tables and limbo. There will also be a simulation of what it is like drunk driving and crashing. There will be money and prizes given away throughout the evening. If any one would like to make a donation, contact the MCHS or call Gina Sapp at (850) 973-7136. MCHS Band Has Three Students Accepted At VSUSubmitted by Geoff Hill, MCHS Director of Bands On Wednesday, the 7thof May, three seniors from the Madison County High School Bands traveled to Valdosta to audition for the Valdosta State University Department of Music and all three were accepted on the spot. Kammeron Joseph, Taylor Sever and Joshua Stafford will now complete applications and begin the process of pursuing music scholarships. These students are setting the stage for more musicians to graduate from MCHS and perform at the collegiate level. Already attending VSU as a music major from the Madison County High School Bands in his nal year is David Sanders. Sanders is the son of Kim and Ted Sanders of Madison and should be graduating with his Music Education degree next spring. Cullen Gudz also graduated from the bands at MCHS in 2012 and is now attending the Florida State University College of Music. Cullen was accepted on special audition and is now performing with the Concert Band and the Florida State University Marching Chiefs. Gudz is the son of Brigette and Martin Gudz of Madison.Photo SubmittedKammeron Joseph, Taylor Sever and Joshua Stafford (left to right) are all considering music education majors and being accepted by audition to VSU was the rst major step in that direction. Cowboys Football Golf Shootout Is Coming UpBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.The Cowboys Football Golf Shootout is Saturday, July 26 at the Madison Golf and Country Club. It will start at 8 a.m., with a shotgun start. The entry fee is $200 a group or $50 for each player. This entry fee includes the green fee, cart fee and lunch. The tournament will have a super ball tournament, longest drive, closest to the pin and putting contest. All registration fees are due by July 23. Return the entry form and make payment payable to Madison County High School Football, Attention: Coach White, 2649 US 90, Madison, Fl. 32340. For more information or questions, contact Coach Ben White at (904) 290-0413, (850) 973-5779 or ben.white@madisonmail.us. Register Now For Summer Camps At NFCC~NFCC Announces Kids In College Summer Camps~North Florida Community Colleges Kids in College: An Innovation of Fun program offers a creative and educational outlet for children over the summer. Three camps are being offered for children in completed 1stthrough 6thgrades Kelly Center Kids, Art Camp and Culinary Camp June 9-26 and July 7-24 at varying times (see schedule below). Camps will run Monday through Thursday with no camps scheduled during the week of July 4. NFCC is also hosting its annual Health Scholars Camp for completed 6ththrough 9thgraders July 7-10. 2014 NFCC Kids in College Camp Schedule: Kelly Center Kids (Completed 1st6thGrades) Every day is about being healthy and getting active. Find out which fun, healthy activity is for you. Sign up and get challenged. Comfortable clothing and athletic shoes required. DATES: June 9-26 TIME: 8 a.m.-12 p.m. DATES: July 7-24 TIME: 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Art Camp (Completed 1st-6thGrades) Children will draw, color and paint with a variety of mediums. Their creations will become memories of their summer of 2014. The main focus is to be expressive while having fun. DATES: June 9-26 TIME: 1-3 p.m. DATES: July 7-24 TIME: 1:-3 p.m. Culinary Camp (Completed 1st-6thGrades) Cooking made fun! Learn about knife safety, microwave safety, using an electric mixer, blender or other kitchen appliances. Additional kitchen basics such as: how to tell when noodles, cakes and cookies are done, and how to double a recipe or half it. DATES: June 9-26 TIME: 3-5 p.m. DATES: July 7-24 TIME: 3-5: p.m. Health Scholars Camp (Completed 6th9thGrades) Do you know what to do when it comes to first aid? Are you interested in the Health Career field? If you answered yes to either of these questions you are a fit for this camp. DATES: July 7-10 TIME: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. DEADLINE TO APPLY: Monday, June 30, 2014 Children attending camp must be registered prior to the first day of camp; registration deadline for Health Scholars Camp is June 30. Camp costs vary and are based on half or full day camp options. Discounts will be applied for each second and third child in a family for Kelly Center Kids, Art Camp and Culinary Camp. For more information, contact Denise Bell at (850) 973-9481 or belld@nfcc.edu. More information is also available at http://www.nfcc.edu/k ids-in-college.

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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Madison County Carrier 13ASPORTS By Fran HuntGreene Publishing, Inc.After a very successful year, the Aucilla Christian Academy Lady Warriors wrapped up the regular and post season on a 193 record, won their fourth consecutive District Title, the 10thin 11 years and the 11thin 13 years; they won their third Regional Title ever; and they went into the State Finals for the rst time ever to wind up the season as the State Runner-Up. This very productive season has produced some very impressive statistics for the Lady Warriors. As a team, at the plate, Aucilla has played in 22 games, had 701 plate appearances, 582 at bats, 209 hits, 144 singles, 45 doubles, 12 triples, eight homeruns, 165 RBIs, 236 runs, 12 hit by pitches, 48 reach on errors, 16 elders choice, 100 walks, 90 strikeouts, a batting average of .359, an on base percentage of .458 and a slugging average of .519. Abigail Morgan played in 22 games, with 78 plate appearances, 54 at bats, 14 hits, nine singles, three doubles, one triple, one homerun, 18 RBIs, 20 runs, three reach on errors, 21 walks, 12 strikeouts, a batting average of .259, an on base percentage of .449 and a slugging average of .407. Ashlyn Rogers played in two games, with ve plate appearances, ve at bats, four hits, three singles, one triple, ve RBIs, two runs, a batting average of .800, an on base percentage of .800 and a slugging average of 1.200. Carly Joiner played in 21 games, with 75 plate appearances, 69 at bats, 25 hits, 20 singles, ve doubles, 11 RBIs, 33 runs, one hit by pitch, six reach on errors, ve elders choice, ve walks, six strikeouts, a batting average of .362, an on base percentage of .413 and a slugging average of .435. Courtney Watts played in 13 games, with 31 plate appearances, 22 at bats, six hits, ve singles, one double, two RBIs, nine runs, two hit by pitches, one reach on error, two elders choice, seven walks, six strikeouts, a batting average of .273, an on base percentage of .3484 and a slugging average of .318. Elizabeth Hightower played in 20 games, with 74 plate appearances, 70 at bats, 25 hits, 14 singles, four doubles, three triples, four homeruns, 28 RBIs, 22 runs, eight reach on errors, two elders choice, four walks, seven strikeouts, a batting average of .357, an on base percentage of .392 and a slugging average of .671. Emma Witmer played in 19 games, with 46 plate appearances, 40 at bats, 13 hits, eight singles, three doubles, two triples, 14 RBIs, 10 runs, two hit by pitches, three reach on errors, four walks, seven strikeouts, a batting average of .325, an on base percentage of .413 and a slugging average of .500. Gaige Winchester played in eight games, with 14 plate appearances, 10 at bats, six hits, six singles, four RBIs, eight runs, two hit by pitches, two walks, four strikeouts, a batting average of .600, an on base percentage of .714 and a slugging average of .600. Kelly Horne played in 21 games, with 79 plate appearances, 61 at bats, 32 hits, one single, 12 doubles, two triples, one homerun, 27 RBIs, 32 runs, one hit by pitch, four reach on errors, 16 walks, four strikeouts, a batting average of .525, an on base percentage of .620 and a slugging average or .836. Megan Scholl played in three games with six plate appearances, two at bats, six runs, one hit by pitch, one reach on error, three walks, a batting average of .000, an on base percentage of .667 and a slugging average of .000. Monique Restrepo played in three games, with six plate appearances, two at bats, one hit, one single, two runs, four walks, one strikeout, a batting average of .500, an on base percentage of .833 and a slugging average of .500. Natalie Sorensen played in 22 games, with 63 plate appearances, 50 at bats, 19 hits, 12 singles, four doubles, one triple, two homeruns, 21 RBIs, 18 runs, two hit by pitches, six reach on errors, nine walks, seven strikeouts, a batting average of .380, an on base percentage of .476 and a slugging average of .620. Payal Chaudhari played in four games, with ve plate appearances, four at bats, one run, one walk, four strikeouts, a batting average of .000, an on base percentage of .200 and a slugging average of .000. Ramsey Sullivan played in 22 games, with 84 plate appearances, 76 at bats, 32 hits, 28 singles, four doubles, 13 RBIs, 28 runs, one hit by pitch, four reach on errors, three elders choice, seven walks, six strikeouts, a batting average of .421, an on base percentage of .476 and a slugging average of .474. Stormie Roberts played in one game, with one plate appearance, one at bat, one hit, one single, two RBIs, one run, a batting average of 1.000, an on base percentage of 1.000 and a slugging average of 1.000. Taylor Copeland played in 21 games, with 69 plate appearances, 59 at bats, 13 hits, eight singles, three doubles, two triples, 10 RBIs, 15 runs, ve reach on errors, one elders choice, nine walks, 15 strikeouts, a batting average of .220, an on base percentage of .319 and a slugging average of .339. Whitney Stevens played in 20 games, with 65 plate appearances, 57 at bats, 18 hits 12 singles, six doubles, 10 RBIs, 19 runs, seven reach on errors, three elders choice, eight walks, 11 strikeouts, a batting average of .316, an on base percentage of .400 and a slugging average of .421. On the eld, as a team, the Lady Warriors had 508 total chances, 110 assists, 376 putouts, 22 errors, one double play and a elding percentage of .957. Morgan had 88 total chances, ve assists, 83 putouts and a elding percentage of 1.000. Rogers had one total chance, one assist and a elding percentage of 1.000. Joiner had 36 total chances, 19 assists, 11 putouts, six errors and a elding percentage of .833. Watts had 11 total chances, one assist, seven putouts, three errors and a elding percentage of .727. Hightower had 57 total chances, 29 assists, 26 putouts, two errors, one double play and a elding percentage of .965. Witmer had 26 total chances, 26 putouts and a elding percentage of 1.000. Winchester had ve total chances, four assists, one putout and a elding percentage of 1.000. Horne had 107 total chances, eight assists, 97 putouts, two errors and a elding percentage of .961. Scholl had one total chance, one error and a elding percentage of .000. Sorensen had 19 total chances, seven assists, 11 putouts, one error and a elding percentage of .947. Sullivan had 116 total chances, 24 assists, 90 putouts, two errors, one double play and a elding percentage of .983. Copeland had 19 total chances, one assist, 16 putouts, two errors and a elding percentage of .895. Stevens had 22 total chances, 11 assists, eight putouts, three errors and a elding percentage of .864. On the mound, the Lady Warriors pitched 125 innings, in 22 games, a 19-3 record, giving up 77 hits, 44 runs, 17 of which were earned, 46 walks, 181 strikeouts, four hit by pitches and an earned run average of .952. Morgan pitched 23 innings, eight games played, a 4-1 record, giving up 18 hits, 14 runs, ve of which were earned, 13 walks, 36 strikeouts, one hit by pitch and an earned run average of 1.522. Hightower pitched 50 innings, 12 games, had a 6-1 record, giving up 23 hits, 12 runs, ve of which were earned, 24 walks, 70 strikeouts, two hit by pitches and an earned run average of .700. 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Submitted By Madison County Health Dept.What Is Asthma?Asthma is a disease that affects your lungs. It is one of the most common long-term diseases of children, but adults can have asthma, too. Asthma causes wheezing, breathlessness, chest tightness, and coughing at night or early in the morning. If you have asthma, you have it all the time, but you will have asthma attacks only when something bothers your lungs. In most cases, we dont know what causes asthma, and we dont know how to cure it. We know that if someone in your family has asthma you are more likely to have it. How Can You Tell if You Have Asthma? It can be hard to tell if someone has asthma, especially in children under age ve. Having a doctor check how well your lungs work and check for allergies can help you nd out if you have asthma. During a checkup, the doctor will ask if you cough a lot, especially at night, and whether your breathing problems are worse after physical activity or at certain times of year. The doctor will also ask about chest tightness, wheezing, and colds lasting more than 10 days. They will ask whether anyone in your family has or has had asthma, allergies, or other breathing problems, and they will ask questions about your home. The doctor will also ask if you have missed school or work and about any trouble you may have doing certain things. The doctor will also do a breathing test, called spirometry, to nd out how well your lungs are working. The doctor will use a computer with a mouthpiece to test how much air you can breathe out after taking a very deep breath. The spirometer can measure airow before and after you use asthma medicine. What Is an Asthma Attack? An asthma attack may include coughing, chest tightness, wheezing and trouble breathing. The attack happens in your bodys airways, which are the paths that carry air to your lungs. As the air moves through your lungs, the airways become smaller, like the branches of a tree are smaller than the tree trunk. During an asthma attack, the sides of the airways in your lungs swell and the airways shrink. Less air gets in and out of your lungs, and mucous that your body makes clogs up the airways even more. You can control your asthma by knowing the warning signs of an asthma attack, staying away from things that cause an attack and following your doctors advice. When you control your asthma: you wont have symptoms such as wheezing or coughing, youll sleep better, you wont miss work or school, you can take part in all physical activities, and you wont have to go to the hospital. What Causes an Asthma Attack? An asthma attack can happen when you are exposed to asthma triggers. Your triggers can be very different from those of someone else with asthma. Know your triggers and learn how to avoid them. Watch out for an attack when you cant avoid the triggers. Some of the most common triggers are: Tobacco Smoke Tobacco smoke is unhealthy for everyone, especially people with asthma. If you have asthma and you smoke, quit smoking. Smoke from factories being released into the air. Secondhand smoke is smoke created by a smoker and breathed in by a second person. Secondhand smoke can trigger an asthma attack. If you have asthma, people should never smoke near you, in your home, in your car, or wherever you may spend a lot of time. Dust Mites Dust mites are tiny bugs that are in almost every home. If you have asthma, dust mites can trigger an asthma attack. To prevent attacks, use mattress covers and pillowcase covers to make a barrier between dust mites and yourself. Dont use down-lled pillows, quilts, or comforters. Remove stuffed animals and clutter from your bedroom. Wash your bedding on the hottest water setting. Outdoor Air Pollution Outdoor air pollution can trigger an asthma attack. This pollution can come from factories, automobiles, and other sources. Pay attention to air quality forecasts on radio, television, and the Internet and check your newspaper to plan your activities for when air pollution levels will be low. Cockroach Allergen Cockroaches and their droppings can trigger an asthma attack. Get rid of cockroaches in your home by removing as many water and food sources as you can. Cockroaches are often found where food is eaten and crumbs are left behind. At least every two to three days, vacuum or sweep areas that might attract cockroaches. Use roach traps or gels to cut down on the number of cockroaches in your home. Pets Furry pets can trigger an asthma attack. If you think a furry pet may be causing attacks, you may want to nd the pet another home. If you cant or dont want to nd a new home for the pet, keep it out of the person with asthmas bedroom. Bathe pets every week and keep them outside as much as you can. People with asthma are not allergic to their pets fur, so trimming the pets fur will not help your asthma. If you have a furry pet, vacuum often. If your oors have a hard surface, such as wood or tile, damp mop them every week. Mold Breathing in mold can trigger an asthma attack. Get rid of mold in your home to help control your attacks. Humidity, the amount of moisture in the air, can make mold grow. An air conditioner or dehumidier will help you keep the humidity level low. Get a small tool called a hygrometer to check humidity levels and keep them as low as you can no higher than 50 percent. Humidity levels change over the course of a day, so check the humidity levels more than once a day. Fix water leaks, which let mold grow behind walls and under oors. Smoke From Burning Wood or Grass Smoke from burning wood or other plants is made up of a mix of harmful gases and small particles. Breathing in too much of this smoke can cause an asthma attack. If you can, avoid burning wood in your home. If a wildre is causing poor air quality in your area pay attention to air quality forecasts on radio, television, and the Internet and check your newspaper to plan your activities for when air pollution levels will be low. Other Triggers Infections linked to inuenza (u), colds, and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) can trigger an asthma attack. Sinus infections, allergies, breathing in some chemicals, and acid reux can also trigger attacks. Burning incense or candles, of any kind, can be a source of particula te matter, which may trigger an asthma attack in some individuals. Physical exercise; some medicines; bad weather, such as thunderstorms or high humidity; breathing in cold, dry air; and some foods, food additives, and fragrances can also trigger an asthma attack. Strong emotions can lead to very fast breathing, called hyperventilation, that can also cause an asthma attack. How Is Asthma Treated? Control your asthma and avoid an attack by taking your medicine exactly as your doctor tells you and by staying away from things that can trigger an attack. Everyone with asthma does not take the same medicine. Some medicines can be breathed in, and some can be taken as a pill. Asthma medicines come in two typesquick-relief and long-term control. Quick-relief medicines control the symptoms of an asthma attack. If you need to use your quick-relief medicines more and more, visit your doctor to see if you need a different medicine. Long-term control medicines help you have fewer and milder attacks, but they dont help you while you are having an asthma attack. Asthma medicines can have side effects, but most side effects are mild and soon go away. Ask your doctor about the side effects of your medicines. Remember you can control your asthma. With your healthcare providers help, make your own asthma action plan. Decide who should have a copy of your plan and where he or she should keep it. Take your long-term control medicine even when you dont have symptoms. For more information, please call the Florida Department of Health in Madison, (850) 973-5000 or the Florida Department of Health in Jefferson, (850) 342-0170. www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014 14A Madison County CarrierHEALTH May Is Asthma Awareness Month!

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$199 Move-In Special!! 1, 2 & 3 BR HC & non-HC accessible apts. Rental assistance may be available. HUD vouchers accepted. Call 850-948-3056. TDD/TTY 711. 192 NW Greenville Pointe Trail, Greenville, FL 32331. Equal Housing Opportunityrtn, c REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY OWNER MOBILE HOME FOR SALE FOR SALE WANTED FOR RENT HELP WANTED HELP WANTED Classifieds Work Classifieds Work$12 $12(for 20 words or less) Wednesday & Friday & on the website Wednesday & Friday & on the websiteCall 973-4141 Call 973-4141 Buy, Sell or Trade In The ClassiedsCall 973-4141 Call 973-4141One Mans Junk Is Another Mans Treasure www.greenepublishing.com PERSONAL SERVICES Classifieds . . . . . LEGAL -Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Madison County Carrier 15A FLORIDA PRESS SERVICES, INC. STATEWIDE CLASSIFIED PROGRAM STATEWIDE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR 5/19/2014 THROUGH 5/25/2014I am a retired nurse; and want to do private duty work with the elderly. If you can use me, I am available for any shift. Excellent references. 464-7276 (Cell).3/26 rtn, n/c Ofce Building For Rent Across the street from the Courthouse, on Shelby Street. (between Owens Propane and Burnette Plumbing) Newly Renovated 1120 square foot. Call Emerald Greene 850-973-4141.10/16 rtn, n/c Madison Heights Apartments 1,2,3 & 4 bedroom apts. Section 8 Housing designed for low income families 150 SW Bumgardner Dr. Madison, FL Phone 850-973-4290 TDD 711 Equal Housing Opportunity6/22, rtn, cBe A CNA Would you like to work as a nursing assistant? Become a CNA. Quest Training offers a nurse taught, 40 hr. prep class. No GED required if age 18 yr. Day and Evening classes. 386-362-1065.5/7 5/28, pd1/4 inch coat galvanized steel cable for sale .15 cent a foot. We have as much as you need. (850) 464-3041.3/12 rtn, n/cNewspaper Bundles For Sale $1 each Greene Publishing, Inc. 1695 S. SR 53 in Madison (850) 973-4141.3/12 rtn, n/cCDL Class A Driver Needed 2 years veried experience. Runs mostly SE extended area. Good 2 year MVR. Blue Cross and blue shield health insurance offered. (850) 929-2279.4/11 rtn, c Deadline For Classieds (850) 973-4141 3:00 p.m. Every MondayJust received a new supply of repo homes Great price! Call for details (386) 466-8315.1/29 rtn, c Advertising Sales Representative (salesman) needed. Our newspaper ofce is seeking an outstanding individual to join our sales team. Do you possess a sunny, friendly attitude? Can you talk with customers easily and help them feel at home? Do you have a good personality and LOVE to talk on the telephone? If you are a team player, able to handle multiple tasks, have a friendly can-doattitude, a great work ethic, are organized, and self-motivated then this job might be just for you. Valid Drivers License a must! Apply in person only at Greene Publishing, Incs newspaper ofce, located at 1695 South SR 53, in Madison.Too Much Junk? Do you have a garage or barn or attic full of junk and want it clean? Granddads barn that needs to be cleaned or removed? Let us make you an offer on it all And we clean it up at the same time. Call 850-973-7916 and leave a message.2/26 rtn, n/c We want your Ghosts!! We are collecting YOUR stories of Ghosts, Goblins, Spooks, Specters, Aliens, Haunted Houses, Paranormal Events, Angels, and any other Supernatural Tales from Madison County and surrounding counties. We want personal experiences, legends, and family traditions. Call 850-973-7916 and leave a message.2/26 rtn, n/c Set of four (4) Weld (Mountain Crusher) billet aluminum wheels 8 lug with bolt on center caps. Fits Dodge or Chevy. $200 OBO. Call (229) 460-5296.3/26 rtn, n/c A few chickens and a rooster for my yard. (850) 661-6868.4/9 rtn, n/c LAND FOR SALE OWNER FINANCING 1/2 acre lots, $14,995 $1,995 down, $149 mo. City Water, Paved Roads Cleared, Underground Power DWMHs, Modular Homes Hwy 53 North 1/2 mile. Graceland Estates Call Chip Beggs 850-973-4116chipbeggs@embarqmail.com5/7 rtn, c 4 BR, 2 BA House With replace, large yard and no pets. Near Blue Springs. $700 month, $700 security. 1 year lease. (850) 274-5805 or (907) 230-4705.5/7 rtn, cLake Park of Madison CNA Fulltime Contact Kim Browning HR or Connie Walker DON 850-973-8277.5/14, 5/21, c Voice and beginning piano lessons being offered by Shelly Smith. $15 per half hour lesson. Please call (850) 464-7560 to sign up.5/14 rtn, n/cFort Madison SelfStorage on 53 South has 5x10, 10x10 and 10x20 units available. Call (850) 973-4004.5/14 rtn, n/c12x18 building with 6 porch located on State Road 53 South. Ideal for a small or start-up business. Come see for yourself how it could work for you. (850) 973-4141.5/14 rtn, n/c Donations appreciated to get house out of foreclosure. Please donate by making a check out to Bank of America for Kevin Payne. His house is in foreclosure because his wife moved out in April of last year due to mental problems. Then his job cut back on hours and he only could work four days a week. Between his job and his wife, he got behind on house payments. It will take $7,000 to get his house out of foreclosure. Please call him at (850) 948-6974.5/21, pd May 215/21, 5/28Automation and Production Technology (APT) Instructor wanted at North Florida Community College, Madison FL. See www.nfcc.edu for details.5/21, 5/28, c MIG Welders Needed Must have High School diploma or equivalent, the ability to read and understand CAD sketches, also able to read a tape measure to the 1/16th, and you will be required to pass an onsite weld test. You Must have a minimum of two years welding experience or a graduate of a certied welding program, along with no previous employment history with Big Top Mfg. Must pass weld test on-site. Starting Wednesday, 5/21/14 at 8 a.m. Apply in person at Big Top Mfg. 3255 North Hwy 19. We will only accept ten qualied applications. EEO/AA/m/f/vets/disabled5/21, c Vinyl Fabrication Operator Needed Must be able to read a tape measure to 1/4th inch. This job requires heavy lifting, reading sketches, and working with machines. There is only one (1) position available, we will only accept the rst ve (5) qualied applications. Starting Wednesday, 5/21/14 at 8 a.m. Must apply in person at Big Top Mfg. 3255 North US 19 Perry, FL EEO/AA/m/f/vets/disabled5/21, c Adoption Devoted, Affectionate, Professional couple will help you, unconditionally love. Hands on with your baby. Maintain contact. Allowed expenses paid. Doug & Liz 866-777-9344 Susan StockmanFL #0342521. Auctions Bank Owned Auction160+/1 Acres Divided of Higher Elevation Pasture & Timber Land with Beautiful Views for Miles in Clyde, NC, Haywood County. Saturday, May 31st at 11am. Auction At Haywood County Fairgrounds, Iron Horse Auction Co., Inc. ironhorseauction.com 800-997-2248. NCAL3936. Educational Services AIRLINE CAREERS begin here Get FAA approved Aviation Maintenance Technician training. Housing and Financial Aid for qualied students. Job placement assistance. 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Often negative feelings and thoughts drag and pull the mind into horrid pits of unforgiveness, bitterness and past hurts. Sadly, it appears that some people never seem to escape these cesspools of sorrow. One reason for this is that they are not willing to offer or accept forgiveness. In addition, it seems some people wear their tortured anguish like badges of honor in order to garner attention and sympathy from others. An example of this can be found in the book, Lee: The Last Years" As the story goes, former Confederate General Robert E. Lee was traveling through Kentucky after the Civil War when a woman showed him the remains of a grand old tree in front of her house. Its limbs and trunk bore the scars, disfigurement and maiming from direct hits of artillery fire. In the mind of the woman, the tree epitomized all the hurts and realities of the past war. She showed the tree to General Lee and waited for him to condemn the actions of the Federal Army or at least show some sympathy for her loss. After a brief silence, Lee remarked, Cut it down, my dear madam, and forget it. (Charles Bracelen Flood) One can learn several valuable lessons from this excellent advice: First, by cutting down the tree and forgetting it, the woman would begin the process of healing the wounds of conflicts and war. If not, these wounds would continue to besiege the womans mind with daily reminders of her anguish and suffering. Thus, her hurts and emotional trauma would be prolonged and her healing delayed. Second, by allowing such symbols to remain, they promote the desire for sympathy and selfpity, as well as providing ample reasons for hatred, vengeance and resentment. The third lesson is the most important because it offers the most plausible means of avoiding the pits of despair. In his simple statement, Cut it down, my dear madam, and forget it, the General offered the only possible remedy for ridding the heart and head of the toxic effects of hatred and bitterness. Perhaps Lee remembered the words of the apostle Paul when he instructed, Let all bitterness, and wrath, and anger, and clamour, and evil speaking, be put away from you, with all malice: And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ's sake hath forgiven you. (Eph 4:31-32) The ill effects of bitterness can result in defiling both the individual as well as others." (Heb 12:15) The writer of Hebrew warns: Follow peace with all men, and holiness, without which no man shall see the Lord: 15 Looking diligently lest any man fail of the grace of God; lest any root of bitterness springing up trouble you, and thereby many be defiled; 16Lest there be any fornicator, or profane person, as Esau, who for one morsel of meat sold his birthright. 17For ye know how that afterward, when he would have inherited the blessing, he was rejected: for he found no place of repentance, though he sought it carefully with tears. (Heb 12:14-17) 2B Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Path of Faith Cal U Toda! Call us today to chat with one of our Metal Roof Specialists and nd out how a Premium Metal Roof will not only add incredible curb appeal to your project, but will also help you save BIG on your next energy bill! All of our Roong Systems are engineered and ready for installation, and in many cases can be mounted directly over your current roong material.1(855) IT-LASTS (485-2787)www.GulfCoastSupply.com RECEIVE UP TO $500 TAX CREDITCALL OR STOP BY OUR SHOWROOM IN ALACHUA TODAY FOR DETAILS ApproveENERGYTAX CREDIT RECEIVE UP TO $500 TCALL OR STOP BY OUR SHOWROOM IN ALACHUA TODA to chat with one of our Metal Roof Specialists and A X CR T TA CALL OR STOP BY OUR SHOWROOM IN ALACHUA TODA to chat with one of our Metal Roof Specialists and AX CREDITAILS Y FOR DE T TOD A AY to chat with one of our Metal Roof Specialists and AX CREDI G ENERGY T TA ENERGXCREDIT Approve Aprove ApproveNER Call us today nd out how a Pr appeal to your pr next energy bill! All of our Roong Systems installation, and in many cases can be your curr Call us today to chat with one of our Metal Roof Specialists and emium Metal Roof will not only add incr nd out how a Pr oject, but will also help you appeal to your pr next energy bill! All of our Roong Systems installation, and in many cases can be oong material. ent r your curr to chat with one of our Metal Roof Specialists and emium Metal Roof will not only add incr oject, but will also help you save BIG on your All of our Roong Systems eady for ed and r e engineer ar installation, and in many cases can be mounted dir oong material. to chat with one of our Metal Roof Specialists and edible curb emium Metal Roof will not only add incr save BIG on your eady for ectly over mounted dir Cal U Toda! LA S 1 ( 855 ) I T T.GulfCoastSupply www Cal U Toda!-LASTS (485-2787).com .GulfCoastSupply The The Pulpit PulpitBy Rev. Ralph Dillard, Evangelist, Church of GodCut It Down, Dear Madam, and Forget It

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Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 21, 2014 3B Path of Faith Ebenezer United Methodist Church To Celebrate 52ndHomecomingStory Submitted Ebenezer United Methodist Church in Hamburg will be celebrating its 52ndHomecoming on Sunday, May 25. Services will begin at 11 a.m. Ms. Jenny Andrews will be the guest speaker. After the service there will be dinner on the grounds. A Saturday night old-time gospel sing will be held on May 24, beginning at 7 p.m., at the church. Many favorite old hymns will be sung. Clean up of the church and grounds in preparation for the homecoming was held on Saturday, May 17, beginning around 9 a.m. Ebenezer Methodist Church was founded in 1840. The original church, constructed of logs, was down the hill and west of the current site and is now occupied by the cemetery. The present structure was erected in 1901. John R. Wilson, Sr. and Thomas L.H. Rykard helped with the construction. The hand made pulpit, flower stands (used ages ago for lamps), alter and pews are as they were when the sanctuary was constructed. The chandelier (still in use) was given to the church around 1905 by Mrs. S.B. Mays, mother of D.H. Mays, Sr. of Madison. Some of the early families were: Arnold, Bunting, Burnett, Clark, Cooper, Crane, Drew, Edwards, Flowers, Gaston, Hammerly, Harrell, Hinton, Hughey, Kirby, Loper, Manning, Martin, Mays, Morrow, McCardle, McClellan, McDaniel, Overstreet, Paul, Pridgeon, Ragland, Rykard, Sale, Smith, Tooke, Vance, Vann, Wilson, Watts and Will. Many of whom are resting in the cemetery. Regular services were held at the church until 1940, with the late Rev. L.P. Driskell serving as the last pastor. The church sat idle until 1962 when George F. Burnett, Sr., one of the Trustees, whose parents worshiped there, realized the need for a new roof and painting. He shared the need with his friends and family who once worshiped at Ebenezer. They made sufficient donations to re-roof and paint the inside and outside. George Burnett, the Hugheys, Wilsons, Rykards, and many members of the community joined in restoring the well, cleaning the grounds and Jesse Hughey refinished the chandelier, making the first homecoming on Sunday, July 29, 1962 possible. Homecoming is now held every year on the last Sunday in May. Everyone is invited to join us in the homecoming celebration. If you have any questions, feel free to contact any of the Trustees: Jenny Andrews, Carlton Burnette, Eugene Davis, Gene Gaston or Frank Rykard.

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Submitted by Vanessa Unglaub When planning rallys, revivals and reunions we do not know how the final count of folks attending will tally. It is not so much a science as it is an act of faith when planning a large event to bring the Kingdom of God into a community. Pastor Chris and Jerri Peterson operated in such faith as they prepared for the Rally of April 26 in Greenville. A total of 520 pounds of chicken was donated and pounds upon pounds of beans and coleslaw were purchased. Tea, sodas and water bottles were stacked in preparation for an anticipated 500 souls. Though food was prepared on April 25 and grills for the chickens lit on the following day, Pastor Chris prepared and lit the hearts of his congregation weeks earlier. He prepared them for the multitude and he prepared them for the one. He taught us the working of Matthew 10 and how to go to the lost sheep of the house of Israel, the lost and discouraged of (Greenville) and as ye go, preach saying the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand. Heal the sick, cleanse the lepers, raise the dead, cast out devils, freely ye have received, freely give. And yet, he also taught that there is one certain one that the Lord seeks. For our Lord says how think ye?...doth He not leave the ninety nine and goeth to seek the one? The Lords economy has a way of reducing all counting to the smallest denomination of one. While His count is one, His purpose is many. So, on April 26, 149 people of Greenville registered at the rally. About 200 people were fed after a bonanza of prizes were given out by drawings. CDs, gift cards, books and other prizes were given to the community. Desmond Roberson, the Madison Boys Club and the Inspired Dance Praise team of Madison all set the atmosphere with praise as the people of Greenville ate in the park. When eating was drawing to a close, Pastor Chris began to preach the gospel of the Lord. He powerfully offered the message of a Holy God coming as the Son, in flesh to buy back all that was lost from our rebellion towards Him. He offered an invitation for those who heard this gospel to receive Jesus as their Savior from rebellion and sin. He told them that they could then be a disciple of Jesus. Many raised their hands to this offer from God. But then, Pastor Chris said, Now let me tell you what it means to be His disciple. He then told them that it meant giving it all, everything, your addiction, your time, your money, your lifestyle of the flesh, your everything to Him because He has given you His everything. You have everything you need to give Him everything. He wants it all because He loves you. He paused and then asked Now, who still wants to follow Jesus? Some reluctant, some boldly, raised their hands. More than one gave it all to Jesus. Much more than one. Following the invitation, Pastor briefly explained the meaning of Salvation from the Greek word Sozo. He told the listeners that not only are we redeemed from healing and ransomed from sin, we also receive deliverance from addictions and healing of diseases. He 4B Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Path of Faith Renewed Life Outreach Center Hosts Community Day In Greenville Story cont. on page 7B

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Path of Faith 6B Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Photo Courtesy Of The Florida State ArchivesIn 1946, World War II was a year behind the country as the country struggled to wobbly knees, trying to regain their feet. Many people regained their feet by finding the strength to stand while down on their knees. As many became converted to the Christian faith, baptisms in local ponds were a common site. This baptism, held in 1946 by Sirmans Baptist Church, was one of the events where people celebrated their salvation from sin by being immersed in the water. Shown left to right are: Belle Bailey, Christine Hearn Bailey, Laverne Bailey, Rev. Colin Lewis and Tom Bailey. The woman in the background is unidentified.Picture From The PastBaptism Ceremony Held Baptism Ceremony Held For Sirmans Baptist Church For Sirmans Baptist Church

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Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 21, 2014 7B Path of Faith Renewed Life Cont. From Page 4B proceeded to walk among folks who wanted healing and deliverance. He walked among them laying hands on them, one at a time, with his congregation assisting. Many more than one were given healing and many more than one were given deliverance through the laying on of hands. We watched God work many works, one by one on that day, as Pastor Chris had the congregation move through the crowd. Perhaps, the best summary of the event is from a homeless man who was traveling through Greenville in his van. He walked through the park on this day curiously to just watch a Christian thing. A member of the congregation talked to him and had an opportunity to pray with him. In the moment of prayer, the Lord moved in a unique way within the man. As he came away from the prayer, he said Wow, I have never felt God in prayer before this very moment! I am so certain, for sure without a doubt, that God is in this place. The member said in recollection of the encounter then I remembered that it is all for this one. Photo Submitted By Vanessa UnglaubVolunteers are ready to sign up teen and children participant's at the tables during the community outreach. Photo Submitted By Vanessa UnglaubFolks get into the music led by Marcus Roberson and clap their hands in beat to it. Photo Submitted By Vanessa UnglaubIt's standing room only as the crowd enjoys the outreach done by Renewed Life Outreach Center.

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Path of Faith 8B Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 21, 2014 By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. Approaching their 100thbirthday, four years from now in 2018, Pinetta Baptist Church has had a long and storied history, preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ in the community that is north of Madison on the way to Valdosta, Georgia. In the 1930s, part of their history was recorded for posterity. During the Great Depression, as part of President Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal program, the Works Progress Administration (WPA) was created. A total of $15,500,000 (15.5 million) was allocated to archive the history of churches throughout the country. A number of Madison County churches were archived by the WPA, including Macedonia Baptist Church. According to the WPA record, which may have been collected by WPA worker Margaret Jones in 1937, the church was constituted in 1918 and services were held in a small, white-frame building which was dedicated in 1920. The first settled pastor was Rev. R. Berry, who served from 1918 until 1919. At the time of the WPA record, Rev. James A. Nichols was the pastor, having assumed the seat in 1937. Nichols was a graduate of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky. Today, Rev. Dean Spivey serves as the pastor. At the time of the WPA record, Pinetta Baptist was listed as a quartertime church, meeting the third Thursday of each month and had 137 members. Active organizations included the Sunday School, the Baptist Training Union and the Women's Missionary Union. There were two volumes of church records, dating from 1918, which included the minutes of business meetings, reports, the membership roll, as well as lists of baptisms and deaths. M.G. Law, of Pinetta was the custodian of the church records. There was one volume of financial records, in the custody of Gordon Keeling, of Valdosta, Ga, dating from 1918. The records showed disbursements and receipts. There were two volumes of Sunday School records, dating from 1918. Kept in the custody of Howard Kinsey, the records showed pupils, teachers, officers, attendance, collections and disbursements. There was one volume of Baptist Training Union records. The records showed members, meetings of meetings, collections and disbursements. They were dated from 1927. There was one volume of Women's Missionary Union records, dating from 1925, showing minutes of meetings, members, collections and disbursements. There was no one listed as custodian for either the Baptist Training Union or Women's Missionary Union records. A Short WPA History Of Pinetta Baptist Church Photo Submitted By Retis FlowersRev. Retis Flowers, pastor of Midway Church of God and one of the members of ICAN (Interfaith Community Action Network, Inc.), a benevolent ministry for the needs of people in Madison County, presented certificates of appreciation to Linda Gaston, Rev. James Howes, Deborah Br own and Rev. Octavious Tookes recently for their work as board members of ICAN and with the community. Pictured left to right are: Gaston, Howes' fian ce, who accepted on his behalf, Brown and Tookes. ICAN Representatives Recognized

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By Hunter Greene Greene Publishing, Inc. Let me pose a couple questions. What would you do if you found out someone you knew was pregnant out of wedlock? How would you act if someone you knew was addicted to drugs? Within your church? Would you shun them? Would you hug them? Would you treat them as if you didnt know this life-altering event existed? Would you love them but only from a distance? Would you reject them? God posed me these same questions a couple years ago. It lay extremely heavy on my heart. I was torn from welcoming them, loving them from a distance, or rejecting them because they had major junk to take care of. Part of my heart was saying Shame on them!! They need to keep it together. Get a grip on life. But when Id say that, I would look at myself and say Now Hunter, you were at a point in your life when your life was in the trash. For that matter, you still need to work some things out. And then the third part of my heart would say Yeah, Hunter. Well love them. Well care for them and pray for them, but all from a distance. I mean, we cant really associate with them, can we? Certainly not be seen with them. See what kind of battle I would go through in my head? I was torn between three logics where I could find three different scriptures to back each point. I was torn! I began to ask around. I was asking people I spoke honestly with and got honest answers in return. Some gave good insight and good arguments for each question. We should love them, yes, but only from a distance and pray for them from afar. We do not need to associate with them for Bad company corrupts good character. (1Cor. 15:33). Point taken. I wasnt fully convinced. I began to dig deeper into the Word and try and find some kind of answers. After diligent searches, nothing. All it did was make it even harder for me to find a conclusion. I mean the verses to back my first arguments were all found in the same book. The Bible. See my dilemma? My question was always What/how should a Christian do/act if I began to pray, Father, please give me revelation on my question. Give me scripture to find where YOU stand on this topic. What would YOU do if this happened? Gods response to me was You know, Hunter. My son does have a biography. Check him out. DUH!! I decided, shortly after bouncing randomly between Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, that I would just start from the beginning in Matthew 1:1 and go to the end of Johns last verse. And so I read. I began to find other things in Matthew that I had never known and it caught my interest. Soon, I forgot my main mission and put it to the side and gnawed on other topics. A couple weeks went by and I completely forgot about my original question as it left my thoughts. That was until God kept me up one morning at 2:30. I was doing a little late night studying. Better late than never. I was reading in Matthew 9 that particular night. Matthew 9:9 starts by Jesus going to Matthew (or Levi), who was a tax collector and saying Follow me. In verse 10, Jesus then went to Matthews house and ate. He not only ate with Matthew, and his own disciples, but also with many other tax collectors and sinners. The Pharisees, in verse 11, saw this and asked Jesus' disciples why Jesus was among them and eating with them. The reason they asked this was unknown to me. God bless the study Bible. It says Jewish tax collectors were regarded as outcasts. They could not serve as witnesses or as judges and were expelled from the synagogues. In the eyes of the Jewish community their disgrace extended to their families. WOW!! That means if your dad or brother or son was a tax collector, good luck, because you are gonna need it to make it in life. The phrase sinners also had me stumped. So, again, God bless the study bible. SinnersNotoriously evil people as well as those who refused to follow the Mosaic Law interpreted by the teachers of the law. The term was commonly used of tax collectors, adulterers, robbers and the like. Basically, the Pharisees were asking why Jesus was eating among all these people that are known for evil things, people that have been proclaimed as outcasts. I even asked these questions. His answer is incredible! The answer to my prayers is finally here. Verse 12 On hearing this, Jesus said, it is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick. 13But go and learn what this means: I desire mercy, not sacrifice. For I have not come to call the righteous, but sinners. Jesus was eating among sinners. If you arent aware, when they would eat among each other it was a sign of great friendship. Jesus was declaring them as friends. He was saying to them, Hey, I know what people call you and how they treat you, but you know what, I dont care. Im gonna love you anyway. Ill be your friend. Not from a distance, but at the dinner table. Come break bread with me. Ill accept you. It got the attention of the Pharisees. And 10 out of 10 times when Jesus angered the Men of the Law, he was doing something right. Ive come to the conclusion that you dont have to have everything together for Jesus to be your friend. He loves you! He didnt come to call the righteous, but the sinners. The people like me. Im a sinner. 100 percent guilty. 100 percent forgiven. As the church, I think we struggle with accepting people where they are in life. So what if they are pregnant, or addicted to drugs, or porn. So what if they are a convicted felon, or live on the streets. So what if they smell funny or have a weird hairstyle. How do you expect them to grasp the fact that God accepts them where they are, if we cant accept them? Love them anyway. Isnt the great Sunday school answer Hate the sin, love the sinner. God has called us to walk with each other. As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another. (Proverbs 27:17) We need to get out and touch the lives of the people that need our help. Touch the people that need Gods help. No more telling people they need to leave their junk at the church doors before they enter. No more telling people they need to quit drugs, or prostituting, or any of the sinners credentials before well accept them. It' s nonsense. While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.(Romans 5:8) He accepted you when you had garbage. Reach out and touch the life of someone who isnt accepted by the world, by the law men, or by the church. God bless. Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 21, 2014 9B Path of Faith Friends In High Places

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Path of Faith 10B Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Calling All Churches:Send VBS Information By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. Summer is almost here as children's eyes turn away from the clock in the classroom to the calendar. They anticipate the final bell to ring for the school year, signaling the beginning of summer and their vacation. One of the joys that children often experience during the summer is school itself only this is VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL. If your church is one of those churches who help put smiles on children by offering VBS, please email the information to jacob@jacobbembry.com or call him at (850) 673-8269 (if no answer, please leave a message) and he will be glad to put the information in The Path of Faith for you.

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Madison County Carrier Wednesday, May 21, 2014 11B Path of Faith Sign Up Now For North Florida Youth Camp By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. A Flood Warning is in effect for the North Florida Youth Camps, to be held at the Live Oak Church of God, in Live Oak, this summer. There are two different camps, with two different dates, set for the fourday and three-night camps. The first camp to be held will be the Teen Camp, to be held from July 7-11, and will feature Phil Stacey as the speaker for the evening services. The Primary/Junior Camp will be held July 14-18 and will feature Kevin McGlamery as the speaker for each evening's services. Applications can be picked up for both camps at Madison Church of God or Midway Church of God. The fee for each camp is $90 per person with a $25 deposit. A camp t-shirt is guaranteed if the teen or child is registered by June 20. According to the website for the camp (www.liveoakchurchofgod.com), North Florida Youth Camp facilities are located in the town of Live Oak in beautiful North Florida. Located on Live Oak Church of God's 34 acre campus we have our main sanctuary that seats 400-500 people with a fellowship hall, education wing and a miniature commercial kitchen. In our 15,000 sq. ft. Family Life Center, we have a full size gym where you will find basketball, dodge ball, volleyball and a variety of other games. In this building we also have a cafeteria, full size commercial kitchen, youth room, conference rooms, weight room, showers and lockers in the restrooms. Then, we have our 10 room sleeping lodge (dormitory) each one equipped with 16 beds, two toilets, two showers and two sinks. We also have outdoor activities with a softball field, football and soccer field (under construction). North Florida Youth Camp is known for its food. Our food is not your typical camp foodsome of our food is homemade. We have one of the best camp experiences around, especially for the price. Typical camps like ours will cost upward to $200 per camper but we still offer camp for under $100. We have great moral, great recreation, dynamic worship and speakers. The overall experience is worth every dime. Our heart is to reach young people for Christ! Here are our objectives: To win all campers to Christ. To provide opportunities for Christian growth through prayer, God's Word, and experiencing the fullness of the Holy Spirit. To provide counseling for spiritual needs. To provide a mentor and encourage good habits of personal Christian living. To provide opportunities for leadership, service and the application of spiritual truths. To establish good attitudes toward the body as being God's temple. To provide an atmosphere conducive to Christian fellowship and personal relationships. North Florida Youth Camp has several denominations represented each year at our camps with Church of God, Pentecostal Holiness, Assemblies of God, Baptist and more. We look forward to seeing you here at NFYC in Live Oak soon."

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Wed. May 21, 2014VOL. 50 NO. 40 www.greenepublishing.com 50 cents Index 4 Sections, 66 Pages Local Weather Viewpoints 2A Around Madison 3-8A EMS Spotlight 9A School 10-12A Classieds/Legals 15A Path of Faith Section B Delinquent Taxes Section C Graduation Tab Section D Local Alumnus Challenges Architect On MCHS BuildingBy Amber HoustonGreene Publishing, Inc.Construction is still in the planning stages after two years on a weightlifting building at Madison County High School (MCHS). The weightlifting building was the brainchild of MCHS contributor and Madison native, Frank Argenbright, Jr. When he discovered a weightlifting set for sale that once belonged to the Jacksonville Jaguars, he knew that he very much wanted the set to belong to MCHS: Argenbright bought and donated it on the spot. The set is enough to furnish an entire weightlifting gym, and valued at about $200,000 according to Argenbright. Though he has mostly been a contributor to the football players and team, Argenbright expressed, "I wanted this to be common usefor every student that was interested in weight training." He has donated to MCHS quite generously over 30 years. The class of 1966 soon jumped on board with the same spirit of generosity, raising a considerable amount of money towards a building in which to house the equipment. Class member Martha Beggs said, "We are so fortunate to have Frankie in our class. Some people make it big and forget where they come from, but Frankie has never forgotten his roots and he does so much for Madison students. We're also fortunate to have such a close class: we also try hard to come up with ways to help the student body: this wasn't just some wild idea we had off the top of our headsa lot of planning, fundraising and time went into it." The arrangement was that the school district would handle the rest of the funding that their generous donations did not cover. This would allow the class to help defray the expensive of the building. Unfortunately, some specications turned out to be more expense than were initially expected. One example is bathrooms for the students: where bathrooms seem to be commonplace and inexpensive, the site is not set up with sewer and water. Extending the sewer and water lines can be expensive, andSee Challenge On Page 3A A f ter seeing these p ictures m y heart is b ro k en b ecause this e q ui p ment w as in v er y good sha p e w hen I p urchased it in D ecem b er 2012. W hat a shame … Frank Argenbright. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photos By Rose Klein, May 13, 2014Madison County BuildingDep a r t me ntIssu e s 54 P erm itsBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc. The April permit report for Madison County Building Department shows that there was a total of 54 permits issued. This is down from the 59 permits issued in March. New residential construction had one permit issued. There were no commercial projects for the month of April. The electrical permits were the highest of permits issued with 15 in total. Roong permits were the second most requested with eight permits, which is up from the one request inW e t W int er S pr ing P r odu c e s H ig h e st L e v e ls S in c e 200 5April marked the fth month of above average rainfall for most counties within the Suwannee River Water Management District (District). According to the District's hydrologic conditions report, an average of 6.47 inches of rainfall fell in April which is almost double the historical average. It has been the 9thwettest winter and spring since 1932. Most of the rainfall in April was caused by three systems that dropped up to 14 inches in the upper Suwannee River basin and 12 inches in coastal areas. Minor to moderate ooding occurred on portions of the Suwannee and Alapaha rivers. Portions of the Aucilla and Steinhatchee rivers also experienced minor ooding. The Santa Fe River at Three Rivers Estates experienced major ooding as the river rose to its highest level since April 2009. Three Rivers Estates has been above ood stage since March 21. Many springs on the Suwannee River have been or are closed to swimming and diving due to inundation from river water. Rising river levels can slow or reverse spring ow, causing river water to ow into springs. In April, the Suwannee River owed into White Sulphur Springs for the fourth month in a row. The ow into the aquifer was measured at 86 million gallons per day on April 16 just before the springhouse became ooded. Fanning Springs also experienced a reversal in ow last month. Groundwater levels have been increasing since February, and levels are currently the highest since 2005. The high groundwater levels, including the highest levels in 20 years near Mayo in Lafayette County, will sustain spring and river levels for months. "When the river drops, we expect to see spring ows we haven't seen since 1998," said District Senior Professional Engineer Megan Wetherington. To keep informed on hydrologic conditions, visit the District's website atwww.mysuwanneeriver. com.Resolution Marks 100thAnniversary Of The Cooperative Extension ServiceGreene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 14, 2014At its regular meeting, Madison County Commission approved Resolution 2014-05-14, recognizing the 100thanniversary of the Cooperative Extension Service. The service is a partnership between federal, state and county governments to provide useful scienti“c knowledge and expertise to the public in areas such as sustainable agriculture, livestock, health and nutrition, food safety, consumer issues and caregiving among other things, through a network of county and local of“ces. Representing the Cooperative Extension Services for Madison County are (left to right): Diann Douglas, Melva Morfaw, Becky Bennett and Dan Fenneman. Graduation Tab Inside! All Local Graduates Featured! 2013 Delinquent Tax Notices Inside Todays Edition! See Permits On Page 3A Greenville Resident Dies in Car WreckCharles Berton DelahuntBy Jessie R. Box Greene Publishing, Inc. ALocal Greenville resident died in a car wreck on Monday, May 19 in Taylor County at 5 p.m. According to the Florida Highway Patrol report, Austin Levi Goit, age 21, a resident of Greenville, was traveling westbound on Pleasant Grove Road, east of US Hwy 19, on a curve and traveled into the path of Charles Berton Delahunt, age 43, also a resident of Greenville. Delahunt had been traveling eastbound on Pleasant Grove Road. The front of Goit's Chevrolet Trailblazer collided with the front of Delahunt's Dodge Dakota. Goit's vehicle rotated clockwise onto the south shoulder and came to a final resting place facing north on the shoulder. Delahunt's vehicle came to a resting place facing the southeast direction in the eastbound lane. Goit had minor injuries and was transported to Doctor's Memorial Hospital, in Perry. Delahunt was pronounced deceased at the scene.

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National Security There seem to be a lot of scandals these days revolving around Washington politics. The list is exhaustive and growing: ATF gun running; Benghazi; IRS targeting; GSA malfeasance; false Obamacare promises; and now, a VA waiting list that has resulted in untreated patient deaths. Many of these scandals also involve a ‘cover up’ where ofcials have misled the public and Congress, maybe even destroying incriminating documents. Of course, not everyone thinks these incidents are scandals. President Obama has referred to at least some as “phony scandals” when speaking to his supporters. Regardless of where you stand on whether or not these incidents rise to the standard of scandal or rather, political hype, they are certainly messy affairs and lead to an overall mistrust in the Federal government. From my viewpoint, politics has been involved in at least some of these affairs. For example, the IRS targeting business specically addressed conservative organizations. Their applications for tax-exempt status have been unduly delayed and some of their donors audited. Now that House Speaker John Boehner has approved a select committee to investigate the September 11, 2012 Benghazi consulate attack, we may get lingering questions nally answered, such as: 1) why were we still in Benghazi when every other western diplomatic mission had been withdrawn because of the dangerous situation; 2) why were we unprepared for the attack on the anniversary of 9/11 and why was Ambassador Stevens left essentially unprotected; 3) why didn’t military forces in Italy respond when the attack rst happened to protect the consulate annex; and 4) why were the American people mislead as to the motive of the attack? These are the big questions; a good prosecutor will ask many more to unwind this ball of string. The most recent scandal involving the Veterans Administration will be interesting to watch unfold because so far, everyone appears to be outraged by these untreated veteran’s deaths, rst in Phoenix and now at hospitals elsewhere. Now, there are 19 states where VA hospitals are the targets of similar patient complaints. The criticism seems to be non-partisan but be wary -initially the criticism of the IRS targeting was also nonpartisan, but that certainly isn’t the case now. I have a new theory to advance that takes some of these scandals outside the realm of politics. What if the underlying cause of these incidents is merely government bureaucracy run amuck? Has government (in this case, Federal) gotten so large and intrusive that it stumbles over itself, generating poor service at best and scandalous behavior at worst? I wouldn’t be surprised if this was at least some of the answer in every case. If I’m right, then I don’t see any improvement in the future. Washington only gets bigger. Republicans beat their chests and talk about smaller government all the time, but all I ever see them do is possibly slow the rate of growth. Democrats love government; the bigger, the better. From where I sit, Washington only seems to grow. Bloat, overlap and inefciency are the hallmarks. If not, then why are there 47 job training programs spread across nine cabinet level agencies? Is it metaphoric that the most popular current movie is a remake of Godzilla? For the life of me, I don’t see any way to tame the beast. If the budget is cut in real terms (as opposed of the rate of growth), then maybe there will be some shrinkage, but when is the last time you saw that happen? Twenty years ago, Bill Clinton assigned Al Gore to reform government services. How did that work out? If I sound a little cynical, you’re right! After years of withering criticism, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sibelius nally resigned, and now the long knives are out for VA Secretary Eric Shinseki, but is anyone capable of taming a huge government bureaucracy like the ones we’re talking about? I have my doubts. If Hilary Clinton becomes the Democrat nominee in 2016, then there will plenty of criticism of her tenure at State. Do you realize that more than 90 thousand people work in the Department of State? Turning around such an organization is like changing course for an aircraft carrier running at ank speed. In closing, let me advance one more theory -these types of scandals proliferate and plague a president’s second term. It happened with Johnson, Nixon, Reagan, Clinton and Bush. Now Obama is similarly beset. It’s going to get worse. Standby.Imust be on a blueberry kick, because here I am with another blueberry recipe. When I have blueberries, there are two foods I usually think of rst: pancakes and mufns. Both of these are considered breakfast foods, but I use “breakfast” loosely because I enjoy eating these foods at any hour of the day. Blueberry mufns are something I make different every time I bake them. I haven’t been able to nd my “perfect” mufn yet and so I’m always playing with my recipe, adjusting things here and there, searching for the recipe that will create the mufn I “taste” in my mind. I can’t say I’m “there” just yet, but I nally have the base recipe that I think will give me what I’m looking for. Sometimes I wonder if my search for perfection goes too far. Perfectionists have a rough road in life, as do those around them. Not only are perfectionists hard on themselves, criticizing every fault they feel they make, but they also tend to be too hard on those around them, making it uncomfortable for all involved. In my personal life, I’m striving to ease up on perfection and have actually made progress. My home is not as spotless as it once was and I can now focus on my family and friends more when they visit instead of worrying if my baseboards are squeaky clean. I don’t worry as much about what others think of me (my “too many” dogs, my clothes, my words, etc.), but sometimes I still regress and beat myself up unnecessarily. Unfortunately, I know I’m not alone in dealing with perfection and all that goes with it, but I do have hope that I (and others) will learn to see themselves as well as those around them in a more positive light and to focus on the good, and not on perfection. Food, on the other hand, I still strive for perfection on, well, because it is FUN. Adjusting recipes and playing with additions and subtractions of ingredients is more than work or a hobby, it is playtime for me. I also know I’m not the only one out there who feels this way either, so I’m offering my “base” blueberry mufn recipe for you to play with. Have fun! Almost There Blueberry Mufns Mufns: 1 c our c sugar 1 tsp. baking powder tsp. salt c buttermilk c cooking oil 1 egg 1 tsp. vanilla extract 1 c (6 oz.) fresh blueberries Streusel: c our c brown sugar c old-fashioned oats tsp. cinnamon tsp. salt 4 tbsp. butter, melted Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Line 12 mufn cups with liners and spray with non-stick cooking spray; set aside. For mufns: In a medium bowl, combine our, sugar, baking powder and salt. In a small bowl, whisk buttermilk, oil, egg and vanilla until combined and add to our mixture. Stir in blueberries and divide evenly into prepared mufn cups. For streusel: In a small bowl, combine our, sugar, oats, cinnamon and salt. Stir in butter until crumbly and sprinkle evenly over batter in cups. Bake about 15 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Allow mufns to cool in pan for a few minutes, remove from pan and cool on a wire rack.www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014 2A € Madison County CarrierVIEWPOINTS& OPINIONS Letter To The Editor Joe Boyles Guest ColumnistSearching For Ambrosia Rose KleinColumnistLetters to the Editor are typed word for word, comma for comma, as sent to this newspaper. All submitted letters must be 600 words or less -Breakfast Food Is Almost PerfectionScandalDear Editor,In regards to the recent letter “Let’s Review Congressman Steve Southerland,” I feel compelled to set the record straight. First off, Congressman Southerland voted over four times to avert a government shutdown, but the refusal of Senate Democrats to give up their special exemptions under Obamacare caused the government to shutdown not Congressman Southerland. Regarding the House budget, I think most residents of North Florida would prefer a budget that actually cuts spending and balances, instead of the Senate Democrats who have yet to even consider a budget other than the President’s budget that will never balance and raises taxes. Even further from the truth is attacking Congressman Southerland’s record on transportation. As a conferee on the previous transportation reauthorization bill, he helped deliver one of the most critical pieces of legislation in recent years. Congressman Southerland also served a conferee on the recent Farm Bill, helping pass another vital piece of legislation for our area. Being a small business owner before being elected to Congress, Congressman Southerland is also aware of the dangers that have come with drastically raising the minimum wage. Non-partisan researchers have already made clear that the President’s plan to raise the minimum wage could cost America one million jobs. The market will set wages based on supply and demand, that's why the vast majority of workers today earn above minimum wage. As a local business owner I want the right to set the wages of my employees not the federal government. Lastly and probably the most ridiculous claim, is the idea Congressman Southerland is opposed to equal pay. Having four daughters of his own, you can hear the passion and pride the Congressman has for his daughters when he talks about them. Attacks on equal pay are part of the Washington political game that is aimed at dividing the American people. Let me nish with this. Congressman Southerland is one of us. He was raised here in North Florida and shares our values. Does the Left really think of us as ignorant and we need to be told what insurance to buy, how much to pay our workers, or where and when it's ok to practice our Christian faith? I can say with certainty Congressman Southerland believes he can save the U.S. tax payers time and money by allowing us to make intelligent decisions on our own, with out the help of Washington.Sincerely,J.D. JamesLet’s Set The Record Straight Anew report from Florida TaxWatch highlights the nal status and scal implications of major legislation considered during the 2014 Legislative Session. The report, 2014 Legislative Wrap Up, analyzes bills aligning with Florida TaxWatch research and recommendations, and explains how they will impact taxpayers. "Florida TaxWatch applauds the Legislature for prioritizing important reforms for Floridians this year that will save taxpayers' hard-earned dollars," said Dominic M. Calabro, President and CEO of Florida TaxWatch, an independent, nonpartisan, nonprot taxpayer research institute and government watchdog. "While the Legislature took up and passed many bills containing TaxWatch recommendations based on our independent analysis, we look forward to them returning to Tallahassee next year to continue advancing cost-saving reforms, such as pension reform and telemedicine expansion." Several of the bills supported by TaxWatch that are highlighted in the report are bills to expand reentry and diversion programs to reduce the state's prison population, a measure to create an Agency for State Technology to oversee the state's IT spending, and a comprehensive tax cut package expected to save Florida taxpayers $500 million. In addition to identifying measures passed by the Legislature during the 2014 Session, the report also identies bills with a scal impact that were not sent to the Governor's desk. Several of these bills, supported by TaxWatch, include pension reform measures at the state and local levels, expanding access to health care through APRN and telemedicine expansion, and reducing the Communications Services Tax for Floridians, which can be greater than 16 percent in some parts of the state. "Overall the Legislature led and passed fewer bills during the 2014 Session than in any year since at least 2001, but many of them will result in a positive impact on Florida taxpayers, ," said Kurt Wenner, Vice President of Tax Research at TaxWatch. "One major positive Legislative effort was to provide tax relief for the hard working Floridians whose taxes were increased to pay for a budget decit in 2009."TaxWatch Highlights What Passed And Failed For Taxpayers In 2014

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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014Madison County Carrier € 3A FROMPAGEONEWorld NewsBy Rose Klein Established 1964 A weekly newspaper [USPS 324 800] designed for the express reading pleasure of the people of its circulation area, be they past, present or future residents. Published weekly by Greene Publishing Inc. 1695 South SR 53, Madison, FL 32340. Periodicals postage PAID at the Post Of“ce in Madison, FL 32340. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to MADISON COUNTY CARRIER, P.O. Drawer 772, Madison, FL 32341-0772. This newspaper reserves the right to reject any advertisement, news matter, or subscriptions that, in the opinion of the management, will not be for the best interest of the county and/or the owners of this newspaper, and to investigate any advertisement submitted.All photos given to Greene Publishing Inc. for publication in this newspaper must be picked up no later than 6 months from the date they are dropped off. Greene Publishing, Inc. will not be responsible for photos beyond said deadline. P.O. Drawer 772 Madison, FL 32341 (850) 973-4141 Fax: (850) 973-4121 2013E-mail Information:News news@greenepublishing.comAdvertisement ads@greenepublishing.comClassifieds / Legals classifieds@greenepublishing.comWeb Site: www.greenepublishing.com PublisherEmerald GreenePath Of Faith WriterJacob BembryStaff WritersLynette Norris, Rose Klein, Jessie BoxGraphic DesignersTori Self, Hunter GreeneAdvertising Sales RepresentativesJeanette DunnBookkeeping Brooke Kinsley Classified and Legal AdsCheltsie KinsleyDeadline for classi“eds is Monday at 3 p.m.Deadline for legal advertisements is Monday at 5 p.m. There will be a $7 charge for affidavits.Circulation DepartmentSheree MillerSubscription Rates:In-County $35 Out-of-County $45 E-Edition $25 ($5 add on to existing subscription) (State & local taxes included) Stale Cinnamon Roll Results In Shooting ThreatIn Mount Pleasant, S.C., a customer became so upset over an alleged stale cinnamon role that she threatened to “shoot down the place.” One of three unidentied women who entered a Burger King in Mount Pleasant became enraged after ordering a Cinnabon roll, saying it wasn’t fresh and began yelling at employees. The manager was unable to calm the woman down and she reportedly placed her hand in her purse and said, “I’m going to shoot down the place.” I wasn’t scared,” said witness Haley Besson, “because I was like, the whole time, I was just like, ‘this is over a cinnamon bun right now. They don’t have their priorities together.’” The woman never pulled a gun and left when employees threatened to call police.Bacon SchmaconIn Chicago, at the National Restaurant Association Industry conference, a new food product Schmacon, was unveiled. After about two years in development, Howard Bender of Schmaltz Products, is advertising Schmacon as a bacon alternative. Made of “Smoked and cured glazed beef slices (it is) smoky, sweet and outrageously good.” According to the product’s website, “It plays nicely with burgers, bread, lettuce, sauces, turkey…you get the idea. No matter how it’s enjoyed it spreads happiness, and a strong urge to eat more.”Newest Trend In Beijing Created By Owner Of Pet StoreIn Beijing, the newest trend is literally walking out the front door faster than shop owner; Hsin Ch’en can keep up with. China’s latest craze is panda dogs; Chow Chow dogs that are dyed to look just like uffy pandas. Ch’en says all other breeds are passed over now for the panda pups. The dogs take about two hours to dye and their color lasts for around six weeks before touch-ups are needed. “There are no chemicals or cruelty involved,” Ch’en said. “But the price of the dog does rise signicantly because of the amount of grooming that goes into it. People don’t mind paying the extra though, they like the fact that heads turn in the street and they can tell their friends, “I have a panda dog.” Challenge Cont. From Page 1Acertainly impacted the price of the building. The question is this: how much is reasonable? Argenbright reports that he originally expected the building to cost $100,000 to $150,000 and to be completed in three months. Even with the unforeseen expenses, Argenbright denies that the new price is fair: which is in the range of $200,000 to $250,000. He immediately requested the bid specications—that is, the amount each company would charge for their part in the construction. A year has passed since then and almost a dozen phone calls, and Rutherford would not give the bids to Argenbright. This led the latter to accuse the former. “Will Rutherford would not provide any bid specs despite 10 phone calls pleading with him to do this over the last two years,” said Argenbright. We have nally gotten the bid specs, only after this article was in process. I’m frustrated because the equipment I donated has been rusting in a warehouse for two years. I expected the building to be nished sooner, and now there are students who have graduated without being able to use the facility.” When the school board said that they could not afford over $200,000, Rutherford brought back a new plan that included no ofces, no bathrooms, and even lacked air conditioning. Argenbright refuses to accept these mean accommodations for the student body. Meanwhile, the equipment he bought has been placed in storage, without being used. “The way he has acted is unconscionable after the hard work of so many people to get this effort underway and build a great facility for our students. I am highly suspicious of his motives. When someone is not forthcoming, you wonder what they are really up to,” Argenbright said. To that, Rutherford said, “The District has had the bids: it’s their project. I had tried to send them to Mr. Argenbright, but his email would not accept them. You have to understand that I am not being paid for this: I have done my part in this project until the school board approves one plan or another.” According to Rutherford’s e-mail, Argenbright received the specs on April 30, 2014. And as for the price, Rutherford said, “Everyone would like a really nice facility, but someone has to pay for it. The district just doesn’t have the money for it.” In summary, Rutherford considers that he has done his due diligence by getting the bids to the school district, which is the organization that secured his services, and that the pricing is based on the construction contractors: not his business practices. Argenbright disagrees. “I cannot praise Coach Coe, his fellow coaches, Superintendent Brown and the school board members enough – they have supported this project from day one. We are united in wanting to provide a gym, with world class equipment, for use by all MCHS students. However, my experience with Will Rutherford, his attitude and lack of communication, all indicate he feels he runs the school in relation to any building project. I care deeply about the people of Madison and I was told MCHS got $18 million for a building project. So, my question is: Are you just going to hand this project and this money to a local architectural rm without competitive bids?” Superintendent Doug Brown refused to pick a side, releasing this statement: “Our resources are unfortunately limited. We are trying to come up with a design that we can fund.” He did, however, reassure the county that they would all continue trying to reach a solution. Said Brown, “We are continuing to work together to try and build a facility that meets our budgetary requirements and the needs of the student athletes.” Argenbright is not impressed. He closed with this sentiment: “My promise is that I will get another architect involved and we will put this building out to bid to several companies to get the best possible price so that we can build this facility for all the kids in Madison County High School to use and we will get it built within our budget.” March. Mechanical permits were requested seven times. This is down from the 11 permits issued in March. Plumbing permits were issued six times. Other permits category such as demolition had six permits issued. Fire safety permits was issued three times. Renovations or remodeling permits was issued two times. The mobile homes or modular setup was issued once and the mobile homes permit was issued once. The total fees collected for April was $7,584.02. Permits Cont. From Page 1A

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of the Elsie Kuhl Crowned Miss Lee www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014 4A € Madison County CarrierAROUNDMADISONCOUNTY Community CalendarMay 22 ASK (Always Support Kids) and NFCC invite you to be their guest at Art Touched By Autism, an art exhibit and silent auction Thursday, May 22, at 6 p.m. The event will benet children in the community with autism and will feature original works by young autistic artists. The college is located at Hardee Center for the Arts at 325 NW Turner Davis Drive in Madison. For more information, contact Leslie McLeod at (850) 973-1642. May 23 The JV and Varsity MCHS Cheerleaders are hosting a fundraiser to help them raise money to attend Fellowship of Christian Athletes Cheerleading Camp this summer. They are selling 6 pounds of Boston Butts or smoked ham and ve pounds of smoked sausage or ribs for $25 each. They will be cooked and ready for pick-up Friday, May 23 from 2:00-3:30 at the Madison County Courthouse. For more information or to place an order, call or text Ruth Ann Latner at (850) 4640236 or email at ruth.latner@madisonmail.us or see any MCHS cheerleader.May 24 The Madison County Chapter of Charmettes, Inc. will host their rst Mother/Son Dance on Saturday, May 24 at Madison County Recreational Center from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. This occasion will be a catalyst in supporting Mother/Son relationships in an atmosphere of delightful entertainment and a plethora of delectable dainties. The event is open to mothers and sons of all ages. You may contact Cheryl Clemons at (850) 9482071, Shirley K. Bareld at (850) 9732063 or Annie Jo Martin at (850) 209-6042 for more information regarding donations and tickets.May 24 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, at 1374 West Base Street, is having an "International Luncheon," Saturday, May 24, from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. The luncheon will be hosted by the Relief Society, a Latter Day Saints women's organization, dedicated to compassionate service to those in the community who need a helping hand. Members of the society will prepare dishes from countries where they have been on missions, or from their own cultural background, providing the event with a truly international avor. The Relief Society would like to invite other women in the community, who are also interested in helping others, to come on out and get involved. Saturday's "International Luncheon" is an opportunity for them to learn what the Relief Society is all about as they share good food and fellowship, and listen to speakers from Latter Day Saints churches in Tallahassee. For more information on the International Luncheon, the Relief Society, or directions to the church, contact Beth Brinson at (850) 5566474.May 25 Pallbearer Lodge #4 will hold a fundraiser program on Sunday, May 25, at 11 a.m. at Jeslamb A.M.E. Church. The speaker will be Minister Lindsey Fudge. Please come and help us celebrate this special occasion, Sister Lula Roundtree, Secretary; Brother Kerry Townsend, President; Reverend Debra Warner, Pastor. For more information, contact Eula Donaldson at (850) 510-4822.May 25 Mt. Nebo Baptist Church of Greenville will be observing their annual Dual Day Program. You are cordially invited to attend one or both services. The rst service is at 11 a.m. with speaker Judy Hill. The second service will be at 2 p.m. and service will be rendered by Pineview Freewill Baptist Church out of Quitman, Ga. Dinner will be served.May 26 Monday, May 26 at 11 a.m., The Sunshine Ladies are going to Denny's off of I-10, for their monthly luncheon. All ladies are invited to join. There are no dues, just bring lunch money. Bring your friends and bring quarters if you want a chance at the door prize and above all bring your best happy face. We will be waiting on you. May 31 Pinetta Elementary School will be holding a talent show and silent auction in their gym, Saturday, May 31 at 2 p.m. Doors open at 1 p.m. to browse auction items that will include class art projects, themed baskets (spa, beach, sports, etc.) and more. Concessions of sodas, cotton candy, popcorn and pickles will be for sale. Everyone is invited to attend.July 26 The MCHS Cowboy's Football Golf Shootout will be held Saturday, July 26, at Madison Golf and Country Club, starting at 8 a.m. Entry fees are $200 per group or $50 per player and includes green and cart fees and lunch; fees are due by July 23. For more information or questions, contact Coach Ben White at (904) 290-0413, (850) 973-5779 or ben.white@madisonmail.us. Obituary Have something you would like to add to the Community Calendar? Simply call Greene Publishing, Inc. at (850) 973-4141 or email your information to Rose@greenepublishing.com. Virginia Fox McAbeeVirginia Fox McAbee passed away April 13, after a long illness. She was preceded in death by her husband, William L. McAbee. She is survived by her son, Woodrow McAbee (Diane) of South Carolina; her daughter, Sally Tillman (James) of Madison; two grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; her brother Raymond Fox (Gale) of Plant City and numerous other family members. Services were held Wednesday, April 16 at 1 p.m., at Grace United Methodist Church in Tampa. In lieu of owers donations may be made to Epworth Children's Home, 2900 Millwood Ave., PO Box 50466, Columbia, S.C. 29250. Beggs Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements (850) 9732258. By Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc. Elsie Kuhl, 17, was recently crowned as Miss Lee. She is a sophomore at Madison County High School. She is the daughter of JoAnn and Kris Kuhl. For the contest, each participant had to write an essay. Kuhl decided to participate because, "when I was younger I used to visit my grandparents from Southwest Florida just to see the Lee Day Festival. I had told my parents that one day when I get older, I wanted to be Miss Lee." Kuhl loves being able to represent Lee but she has also gained something more from being crowned Miss Lee. "Being crowned Miss Lee helped me with gaining more confidence in myself," said Kuhl. After graduating high school, Kuhl would like to go to college for her LPN license and if that is what she enjoys she wants to pursue her RN degree. Recall UpdatesDiscount School Supply Discount School Supply is recalling its Magnetic Color Sorting Boards. Specifically, the "Excellerations" Magnetic Color Sorting Board with cupcake cutouts. The magnet in the wand can detach and the plywood backing can crack and release small metal balls that are sandwiched between the board and a clear plastic cover. These pose choking and serious internal injury risks associated with ingestion of a magnet and metal ball. Additionally, the surface paint on the metal balls contains levels of lead that exceed the federal lead paint standard. Those who purchased the board, which retailed for about $36, should immediately put it away, out of the reach of children, and call the company for a full refund. Contact Discount School Supply at (800) 338-4430 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Central Time, Monday through Friday, or online at www.discountschoolsupply.com. Click on "Safety Information" for more information. Classic Concepts Classic Concepts is recalling its home dŽcor item, the "Aman Trunk" because of excessive amounts of lead in paint on the interior metal chains. The trunks were sold through Cost Plus World Market. Consumers should contact the company for free replacement of the interior chains with a leadcompliant ones. Contact Cost Plus World Market toll-free at (877) 9675362 between 7 a.m. and midnight Eastern Standard Time daily, or visit the firm's website www.worldmarket.com and click on "Product Recalls" at the bottom of the page for more information. Coleman Coleman is recalling its Northstar Liquid Fuel Lanterns due to fire hazard. An incorrect gas feed tube was installed on the lantern. When lit, it can release too much fuel causing ignition around the lantern. Customers should contact the company immediately for a replacement. Contact the Coleman Company, Inc. at (800) 835-3278 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Central Time, Monday through Friday, by email at consumerservice@coleman.com or online at www.coleman.com Click on "Important Safety Information" for more information. Paramount Paramount is recalling its Trident Ultraviolet Sanitation Systems for pools due to fire hazard. Designed to be used in conjunction with chemical sanitation, these units are plumbed into the pool's water circulation pipes and plugged or hardwired into the electrical system. Water running through the units is sanitized with ultraviolet light. However, electrical arcing can cause these units to catch fire. "Trident UV II" or "Series 2 Trident Ultraviolet Corporation UV Sanitation System" is printed on a black label on the front of the units. In addition, a silver sticker on the units has the following wording "Paramount Series 2 Ultraviolet Pool Sanitizer System," "Trident Series 2 Ultraviolet Water Treatment System" or "Trident Ultra UV Series 2 Water Treatment System" and a date code of 9/9/2013 or later. Some date codes consist of a series of letters. Consumers with letters in the date code need to go to www.1paramount.com to determine if their unit is included in the recall. If so, disconnect units from electrical source, or shut off power immediately and contact the Paramount Company, for a free replacement and installation of new units, at (800) 621-5886 from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mountain Time, Monday through Friday, or online at www.1paramount.com Click on the red button UV RECALL for more information or email uvrecall@1paramount.com. Avon Not even Avon is immune to recalls. The company is recalling its Ergonomic Eyelash Curler, because it can break and expose a metal pin, posing an eye injury hazard. For a refund or a replacement, call Avon Products toll-free at (877) 217-5076 (English) or (877) 217-5077 (Espa–ol) from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Eastern Time, Monday through Friday, or online at www.avon.com Click on Product Recall at the bottom of the page. PicturesPast State Archives Of Florida, Florida MemoryMadison Hotel Madison, Florida in the 1930's.

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By Lynette NorrisGreene Publishing, Inc.The Florida State Genealogical Society (FSGS) has awarded Cary Hardee and his descendants certicates stating that they are ofcially Florida Pioneer Descendants. In order to receive a Florida Pioneer Descendant certication, Hardee had to nd a person who had settled in Florida Territory prior to March 3, 1845, when the territory was admitted as a state. From there, he had to trace and document an unbroken line of descendants from that ancestor to himself. It wasn't as simple as going on ancestry.com To meet the Florida State Genealogical Society standards and denition of "Florida Pioneer Descendant," the task was to trace and document that line, with physical copies of birth certicates, marriage certicates and death certicates for each person. The FSGS handbook for those who want to make an application for Florida Pioneer Descendant certication is 45 pages long, and the application fee is $45. The handbook can be downloaded from the FSGS website, www.sgs.org Click on the Florida Pioneer tab. Finding the evidence to support Hardee's application took months and months of detective work, tracking down documents, poring through old census records, probate records, last will and testaments, deeds for land ownership and archived newspaper articles. "I worked on it little by little, whenever I had time," he said. In some cases, he even trekked out to cemeteries where some of his ancestors were buried and photographed their tombstones. "I was lucky to have an old family Bible where a lot of this was recorded as it happened," he added, explaining that such Bibles, in which several generations carefully recorded each birth, marriage and death as it happened, and which were then handed down to children and grandchildren, are acceptable as a certain standard of proof by the FSGS. The family Bible Hardee referred to belonged to his great-great-grandmother, Rhoda Ann Livingston. "On the other hand, if I were to go out today, buy a Bible and write all this in it, that would not be accepted. The information had to be recorded as it happened." The further back in time he went, the harder it became to nd documentation. Prior to 1917, the state of Florida did not use death certicates, one of the primary sources accepted by the FSGS. In the absence of a primary source, two secondary sources of proof may be used, such as newspaper articles and tombstones. Also, before newspapers were commonplace here, handwritten death notices bordered with black ribbon were distributed to the townspeople to let them know when the funeral services would be held. Hardee has one of those notices in his possession, dated May 31, 1886, for his greatgreat-grandmother, Rhoda Livingston. In the end, Hardee was able to document his direct line of descent from not one, but two Florida pioneers: Reddin Wallace Parramore and Daniel G. Livingston. After he turned in his paperwork and supporting documentation to the FSGS, it took them nine months to go through his stack of documentation, verify everything and nally award certicates to Hardee and several other family members, ofcially declaring them "Florida Pioneer Descendants." www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014Madison County Carrier € 5AAROUNDMADISONCOUNTY Title : Madison Fire Rescue Firefighter Hometown: Miami, Fl. Why He Chose Firefighting: Ive always been a firebug and then I decided I wanted to go into the field and put it out.Ž Favorite Book: His mothers book, A Walking Miracle,Ž by Patricia Johnson. Favorite Quote: Failure is not an option,Ž said by his old high school principal. Favorite Music: Rap music. Favorite Movie: Scarface.Ž Favorite TV Show:  Martin.Ž Favorite Sports: Miami Dolphins football, Miami Heat basketball, Miami Marlins baseball and boxer, Floyd Mayweather. Hero: My dad. He has always been there for me.Ž Hobbies: Playing sports. Sum Yourself Up: Laid back.Ž Charmettes To Host Mother Son DanceBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.Time to dust off the dance shoes. The Madison County Chapter of Charmettes, Inc. will host its rst Mother/Son Dance on Saturday, May 24, at Madison County Recreational Center, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. This event is to provide a catalyst for supporting relationships between mothers and sons and is open to mothers and sons of all ages. There will be entertainment and a plethora of dainties to enjoy. You may contact Cheryl Clemons at (850) 948-2071, Shirley K. Bareld at (850) 9732063 or Annie Jo Martin at (850) 209-6042 for more information regarding donations and tickets. Cary Hardee Certified As Florida Pioneer DescendantŽ Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 15, 2014This notice for Hardee's great-great-grandmother, Rhoda Livingston, is an example of the type of handwritten death notices, bordered with black ribbon, that were used in the 1800s, before newspapers with obituaries were commonplace here. The elegant handwriting can still be appreciated, and although a little faded, it is still legible: The friends and acquaintances of Mrs. R.A. Livingston and family are respectfully invited to attend her funeral services at the Methodist Church this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. Madison, Fla. Monday, May 31, 1886.ŽGreene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 14, 2014Cary Hardee looks over the stack of paperwork he accumulated documenting a line of descendants from Reddin Wallace Parramore; the stack of documentation from the Daniel G. Livingston line is equally large, and the two lines eventually married into each other. To the left of the photo are copies of the certi“cates issued to Hardee and other family members, including Fraleigh Jeanne Hardee, Thomas Randall Hardee, William Augustus Hardee, Cary Hardee II, Cary Hardee III and Joshua Tuff Hardee.

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Story SubmittedThe Corporation for National and Community Service is joining with organizations across the country to honor the powerful impact of Senior Corps volunteers and encourage more Americans 55+ to serve their communities through the fifth annual Senior Corps Week, taking place May 19-23. For more than four decades Senior Corps volunteers have used their lifetime of skills and experience to meet community needs. Today more than 500,000 volunteers age 55+ provide 98+ million hours of service estimated to be worth more than $2 billion through Senior Corps’ three programs – Foster Grandparents, Senior Companions and RSVP. “At a time of increased need and declining resources, volunteers age 55 and over are stepping in to fill in the gaps,” said Wendy Spencer, CEO of the Corporation for National and Community Service. “Today, more than ever, communities need the talents and skills of all Americans to help move this nation forward. Senior Corps volunteers are delivering enormous social and economic benefits to our communities and demonstrating that service is good for the nation and those who serve.” In addition to helping others, older volunteers are also helping themselves by living active, healthy lives through volunteering. A growing body of research points to mental and physical health benefits associated with volunteering, including lower mortality rates, increased strength and energy, decreased rates of depression and fewer physical limitations. With nearly one in every five Americans projected to be age 60 or older by 2030, a great opportunity exists to engage older Americans in service to meet critical community needs while contributing to longer healthier lives. Last year, nearly 600 volunteers provided over 262,502 hours of service throughout 15 countries in North Florida making a difference in the lives of more than 15,000 individuals. Frail elders received assistance from Senior Companions to remain independent in their homes; young people received tutoring and mentoring from Foster Grandparents that improved their academic performance, self-esteem and overall social behavior; and families received food and housing assistance from retired and senior volunteers that improved their quality of life. With the theme “Making a Difference for Generations,” Senior Corps Week highlights the powerful impact of 55+ volunteers and inspires others to get involved. The initiative recognizes that service by older Americans benefits everyone – it helps volunteers by keeping them active, healthy and engaged; it helps our communities to have millions more skilled volunteers; and it helps our nation by saving taxpayers dollars and strengthening civic participation. On Friday, May 16, Elder Care Services honored its Senior Companions, Foster Grandparents and RSVP volunteers during this year’s 2014 Emancipation Celebration sponsored by Smith-Williams Community Center and the city of Tallahassee Parks & Recreation. Festivities started at 10 a.m., at Tom Brown Park and include a fishing tournament and cookout for people over 55. Throughout Senior Corps Week, please take a moment to honor the remarkable SCP, FGP and RSVP volunteers serving in our community. If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact Elder Care Service, Inc., at (850) 921-5554 or visit ecsbigbend.org Senior Corps is Federally funded by the Corporation for National and Community Service and sponsored locally by Elder Care Service, Inc., a United Way Agency. www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014 6A € Madison County CarrierAROUNDMADISONCOUNTY No Photocopies Accepted € Tickets are good for Saturday, June 7thonly € Deadline To Enter June 3, 2014Name____________________________ ___________________________ Address__________________________ __________________________ Phone Number____________________ Fill out and return to Greene Publishing at P.O. Drawer 772 or 1695 South SR 53 Madison, FL 32341 BAILEY MONUMENT CO 740252 Jacob Moore To Attend Boys StateStory SubmittedJacob Moore has been selected by Post #131 in Greenville as the Boy’s State delegate for 2014. Boy’s State is the premier youth leadership program sponsored by the American Legion Department of Florida. This 71stsession will be held July 6-12 at Florida State University in Tallahassee. Post Commander Roy Scott explained only males who have successfully completed their junior year of high school and have at least one semester of high school remaining are considered. The candidate must have a 3.2 or above GPA and an interest in the governmental process. Other requirements are outstanding leadership, character and scholarship. Jacob Moore has a 3.9 GPA and is a dual-enrolled student at North Florida Community College. Moore has also been selected to attend Naval Academy Summer Seminar and West Point Summer Leaders Experience. He plays on the Madison County football, tennis and track teams. Moore is also a member of Madison First United Methodist Church where he is active in several activities. He is the son of Beth and Theron Moore. Volunteers 55 + Are Meeting Critical Needs; Are Powerful Resources For CommunitiesSenior Corps Week … May 19-23 … honors Senior Corps volunteers for Making A Difference for GenerationsŽ and encourages more communities to harness the talent and skill of American 55+

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By Lynette NorrisGreene Publishing, Inc.It was the last meeting of the 55 Plus Club – they'll be taking a break over the summer and meeting again in September – and the nal entertainment had been kept a secret. But it was a secret worth waiting to hear: an enthusiastic performance of the Rising Stars Chorus from Madison Academy. Choral director Jay Hicks introduced the Rising Stars, composed of third, fourth and fth graders, a brand new group that had just been formed that year, but had already been busy performing at a United Way function, at the Madison Nursing Center, at Down Home Days, and at Suwannee River Park, where they had made a video of their concert. The Rising Stars rehearsed after school rather than during school hours, so the chorus was composed of a dedicated bunch of students, Hicks told the audience. The group started off with the well-known “Down By The Riverside,” and rocked the house with “Rockin' Robin,” rst made popular by Bobby Day in the 1950s and again by Michael Jackson in the 1970s. They followed up with “The Best Day of My Life” and concluded with another well known favorite of all ages, “Amazing Grace,” featuring a solo performance by third-grader Riley Niquette. After this school year, the chorus will have to say goodbye to its fth grade members. This was their rst and also their last year with the chorus, but one of them, Kirstin Malone, will leave her mark on the group as the one who came up with the name “Rising Stars.”Dr. Chuck Oden Speaks About Leadership And MotivationBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.The Madison Rotary Club had guest speaker, Dr. Chuck Oden from St. Leo University. The lecture was about leaders and how they motivated people around them. Dr. Oden teaches business at St. Leo University. He asks his student’s what motivated them and the usual answer is money. He discussed Dan Pink, who has stated there are three things that motivate people: autonomy, mastery and purpose. Autonomy is the ability to work independently, the ability to come up with your own answers, working your way through things and receiving acknowledgment for your success. Mastery is something that you can say, ‘this is my purpose in life.’ Purpose is the reason for what you are doing. As an example of motivation, Dr. Oden referenced General Slim, who was in the Fourteenth Army in Burma, where he learned about morale and how to keep his men motivated. He found there were three important aspects to keeping morale up: spiritual, intellectual and material. Spiritual is a great and noble object or a belief in a cause. Intellectual is when the people are convinced that the object can be obtained. Material is when the people must feel they will get a fair deal. How people are motivated to purchase items also intrigues Dr. Oden. Are they motivated by what the item is or why the company is making the item? He went on to discuss how companies are slowly realizing that there needs to be a purpose behind why the item is made. While the main goal of companies is to make money, companies are now turning their focus to the triple bottom line of prot, people and planet. Besides just making money through prot, companies are now focusing on people by being socially responsible and on the planet by being environmentally responsible when manufacturing a product. The next time you buy something, think about what is motivating you to purchase that item. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, May 14, 2014Dr. Chuck Oden (left) accepts a Rotary Pin from Rotary Club President Wayne Conger (right). www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014Madison County Carrier € 7AAROUNDMADISONCOUNTY CallForAFREEConsultation.NoFeesorCostsUntilRecovery TollFree877-997-8181 www.CaminezLaw.com MonticelloOffice€1307S.JeffersonSt.850-997-8181 TallahasseeOffice€1882CapitalCircleNE,Suite103 JonD.Caminez,BoardCertifiedCivilTrialAttorney ShannonBrown,ParalegalScottL.Wolf,AttorneyBarneyStallworth,Investigator WWW.CAMINEZLAW.COM Thehiringofalawyerisanimportantdecisionthatshouldnotbebasedsolelyuponadvertisements. Beforeyoudecide,askustosendyouwritteninformationaboutourqualificationsandexperiences.€AutoAccidents €Truck&Tractor TrailerAccidents €MotorcycleAccidents €WrongfulDeath €DefectiveProducts €MedicalNegligence/ Malpractice €Slip&Fall €PremisesLiability €NursingHome Negligence Accidents-Injury-DeathCases PracticingPersonalInjuryLawSince1972 Cinco De Mayo At Lake Park Photo SubmittedLake Park of Madison celebrated Cinco de Mayo with a party that was complete with music, tacos, chips and salsa and even alcohol-free margaritas. Seated around the table enjoying the celebration, from left to right are: Daryl Williams, James Reeves, Rosa Williams and William Holton. Standing is Jo Wesson. Photo SubmittedSeated at the party is Betty Stillwell, and pictured with her are visitors Sandra and Russ Reeves. In the background David Stroman and Rossie Bryant enjoy the festivities. Final Big Surprise At 55 Plus – The Rising Stars Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 14, 2014Toe-tapping, feel-good songs like Rockin' RobinŽ and The Best Day Of My LifeŽ were performed with an energy that made everyon e want to get up and dance along with the choristers. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Lynette Norris, May 14, 2014Kirstin Malone, who came up with the name Rising Stars,Ž is one of the “fth graders saying goodbye to the choral group after this school year.

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Story SubmittedOn Saturday, May 10, 2014, the Republican Party of Madison County hosted their annual James Madison US Constitution Celebration Dinner. Guest speakers were US Congressman Steve Southerland, District 2; US Congressman Ted Yoho, District 3; Florida House Representative Halsey Beshears, and State Attorney for the Third Judicial Circuit of Florida, Jeff Siegmeister. The Madison Republicans awarded their 2014 James Blair Award to John and Bunny Maultsby. This award is presented to those individuals, who, without waiting for the government to act or provide assistance, step forward and help their community in times of need. Madison County has been fortunate enough to have all the Maultsbys, owners of Florida Plywood, in their county for many years and we thank them for all their service. Congressmen Southerland and Yoho updated the attendees on what is happening and what needs to happen in Washington, DC. They shared their hopes and aspirations for our county in the coming years: defend our core values, founding principles, and the Constitution, cut Federal spending and save taxpayer dollars, hold leadership accountable, and protect individual liberties and freedoms. Each Congressman focused on an important aspect of our country. Congressman Ted Yoho focused on the here and now issues that are being addressed in Washington and Congressman Southerland enriched our knowledge of the past and how our government was shaped not in spite of faith and religion, but because of its deep emersion and roots as a Christian nation. You can nd more pictures and updates on Facebook at Madison County Republican Party. The Republican Club meets every second Monday at 12 noon at Shelby's and the Executive meetings are every fourth Tuesday at 7 p.m., at Madison County Library. www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014 8A € Madison County Carrier AROUNDMADISONCOUNTY CALL ME TODAY.Invest in your dreams. Nate Cruce ChFC, Agent Registered Representative Bus: 850-973-6641 : 850-973-6641 Bus e iv t a sent e epr ed R er t gis e R ent g A C e ChF uc e Cr t a N t n e m t s e v n t i h g e ri h g t n ki a M u yo p l he y a m y a d to s e ic ho c o m o r t o s f m a e r r d u o h y c a e r r o b h g i e d n o e a go k i L e r e h s t rm i a te F a t Srm a te F a t t S u o b e a k m s A s d n u l F a tu u M. t w o r r o 2 8 1 4 1 0 1 1 v n  i s d n u e f h r t e d i s n o c g n i t s e v n e i r o f e B e m e g a n a P M m V r a e F t a t t S c a t n o C g t n i n i a t n o s c u t c e p s o r y p r a m m u r s o 8 3 5 /0 5 /0 2 1 0 2 P And i n s a e i t i r u c e S m B r a e F t a t y S d b e e t n a r a u t g o n s o p g g in d lu c in p. Y A AY D O E T L M L A Cx d e n s a e g r a h c s k s i r s e v i t c e j b t o n e m t s e v u t c e p s o r r a p o 0) f 3 9 4 7 4 4 0 0 8 1 p ( r o t C n e u f e r a t c d i a e R n o i t a m r o f n r i e h t d o n s a i h g t a d e r u s n C i ID t F o e n r s a t c u d o r e p c n a r u s n k n a m B, k s i t r n e m t s e v n o i t t c e j b u e s r d a n a l a ip c in r p f o s s o l e l ib s s s e s n e p s u y l l e r Republican Party Fundraiser Is A SuccessPhoto SubmittedThis year's recipients of the James Blair Constitution Award, Bunny and John Maultsby (left to right) stand with REC State Committeeman Mike Williams. Behind and to the left of Williams is Madison REC Chair Bob Bezick.Photo SubmittedTaking a moment at the podium are (left to right): US Congressman Steve Southerland, State Attorney Jeff Siegmeister and US Congressman Ted Yoho.Photo SubmittedSome of the distinguished guests and REC members at the dinner included (front row, left to right): US Congressman Steve Southe rland, REC State Committeewoman Princess Akerman, REC State Committeeman Mike Williams and US Congressman Ted Yoho. Standing directly behind Princess Akerman is Madison REC Chairman Bob Bezick.Photo SubmittedFlorida House Representative Halsey Beshears stands with Madison REC Chairman Bob Bezick.Photo SubmittedRepublican Club Treasurer Carol Ludwick and City Councilwoman Ina Thompson look forward to helping you check in next year at the Annual James Madison US Constitution Celebration and Dinner.

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NATIONALEMS WEEK2014 EMS: ONEMISSION. ONETEAM. www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014Madison County Carrier € 9A Photo SubmittedThe E.M.S. team of Madison County is proud to serve you. Pictured in the front row, left to right are: Justin Buchanan, Brittan y Bell, Demi Davis, Haley Albanese, Lisa Jordan, Juan Botino, Liz Cotrell and Kevin Shipp. Pictured in the back row, from left to right are: Michael Raines, Jessie Deyerle, Jane Williams, Lori Collins, Chad Massey, Brittney Baldwin and James Byler. Inset: Mica Taylor (left) and Scott Mur“n (right). By Jessie R. Box Greene Publishing, Inc.National E.M.S. Week is May 18 24 and this year’s theme is “E.M.S: Dedicated. For Life.” According to ems.gov National E.M.S. Week has been observed since it was first declared by President Gerald Ford in 1974. National E.M.S. Week is a great opportunity to thank those who have dedicated their time to providing lifesaving day-to-day services. According to the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), the organization was instrumental in helping establish National E.M.S. Week. The ACEP have been developing and providing E.M.S. Week planning kits since the 1980’s free to any E.M.S. service. Take the opportunity this week to thank E.M.S. for all the services that they provide to the community. National E.M.S. Week is Upon Us

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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014 10A € Madison County Carrier SCHOOLNew Testament Christian School Career Week Prepares Students For Work And LifeBy Rose Klein Greene Publishing, Inc.The New Testament Christian School held Career Week for their 7th12thgrade students last month, offering presentations from numerous local business owners, a tour of the new Hospital in Madison, a eld trip to the University of Florida and mock interviews that included tips on how to land the perfect job. Career week started on Monday, April 21, with a tour of the new Madison County Memorial Hospital on 309 NE Marion Street. Ted Ensminger, the Coordinator and Director of Marketing for the hospital, said the students from New Testament was the very rst public tour of the hospital and students and instructors were able to tour the entire facility. The tour included the emergency department, operating rooms, radiology and lab departments, all of the behind the scenes maintenance areas and inside the three different types of patient rooms the hospital will offer. Ensminger said most students seemed impressed by the sheer scale of the building and overall ow of the structure, but it was the new helipad that was their favorite, causing imaginations to soar. Tuesday was the biggest day of Career Week as the school had numerous guest speakers from many different career elds speaking to groups of students throughout the day. The speakers presented their careers to students from 8:30 a.m., all the way through 2:30 p.m., with only a few breaks, giving students a full day's worth of information. They heard from Wayne Conger, Clinical Psychologist; Sgt. Jake Burgess, National Guard; Judi Wyche, Entrepreneur; John Grosskopf, President of NFCC and Darren Baxley, Veterinarian, to name just a few. Tuesday was more than just discovery of different career elds. Some of the speakers shared stories of how God changed their career plans "midstream" and in doing so, changed the course of their lives. The message, said Nancy Taylor, a teacher at New Testament, was for students to remain open to changes God may have for them in their careers as well as in their lives. She further said that two scriptures in the Bible, often discussed with students, are both relevant to this suggestion. Jeremiah 29:11 “For I know the plans I have for you, says the Lord. They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope,” and Colossians 3:23 “Work hard and cheerfully at whatever you do, as though you were working for the Lord rather than for people.” NLT The next day was a treat for students as they traveled to Gainesville in order to tour the campus of University of Florida where they received an overview of the university's programs and admissions process. Career Week concluded on Thursday with Becky Bennett, 4-H Extension Agent in Madison, visiting the school to speak on her job as a County Extension Agent. She also gave an overview of the different extension agent jobs: Agriculture, 4-H and Family and Consumer Science, which is the specialty of Extension Director, Diann Douglas and also discussed career camps and programs available through 4-H. The day ended with mock job interviews where students "interviewed" for one of ve different jobs: marketing/sales representative for a fashion magazine, rearms safety instructor, crime scene investigator, educational program coordinator for an art museum and pediatric nurse. The ve positions selected were to offer a variety of career interests expressed by the students. Three local residents and businesspersons conducted the interviews: Ralph Gray, owner of Suwannee River Supply; Jane McClung, who has a variety of career skills and Gary Webb, co-owner of Greenville Timber. After the interviews, these three shared basic tips on how to improve the student's chances for landing the perfect job. At the end of New Testament's Career Week, Taylor said one of the more memorable moments that stood out for students was the trip to the University of Florida. She said all the older students enjoyed seeing the university and one high school student in particular became even more emphatic she would be attending UF and now had plans on becoming a Veterinarian. The younger students also had some excitement as they were enchanted with the Humvee and other military equipment brought to the campus by Sgt. Jake Burgess of the National Guard. Jenny Starling, one of the co-principals at New Testament, said Career Week at the school was even better than she imagined. "We had some really fantastic speakers and the kids surprised me." Starling said they were very attentive to the speakers, asked really good questions and engaged in good conversations on the subjects presented. "The kids truly impressed me." Photo SubmittedTuyanna McCall, an Adoption Specialist with the Childrens Home Society, reacts to a students question during her presentation at New Testament.Photo SubmittedStudents in 7th-12th grade were able to tour the UF campus during Career Week and reported it was one of the weeks highlights.Photo SubmittedSgt. Jake Burgess of the National Guard shows the younger crowd at New Testament one of the Guards Humvees.

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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014Madison County Carrier € 11ASCHOOL JMPHS Spring Dance A HitBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.The James Madison Preparatory High School had the rst school dance on April 26 at the Houser Auditorium. The students were allowed to invite one guest each. There was a professional DJ at the dance to treat the students to a wide variety of music. The Houser Auditorium was decorated and refreshments provided by the Parent and Teacher Organization. There was also a professional photographers background for the students to take pictures. There were approximately 70 students in attendance including guests.Photo SubmittedHayden Stout, Shellby Cooke, Ryan Davis, Alexis Bowen, Bo Roebuck and Meghan Tobin are stunning as they pose for a picture at the JMPHS Spring Dance. Photo SubmittedJustin Davis, Derenza Cherry, Zakobe Fead and Trey Mitchell take a moment in between songs to sit and relax at the JMPHS Spring Dance.Photo SubmittedAlexis Bowen, Katelyn McCamman and Haley Rogers pose for the photographer as they enjoy the Spring Dance at JMPHS.Photo SubmittedMichael Goley, Nathan Calhoun and Brandon Segrest hang out at the JMPHS Spring Dance.Photo SubmittedMichael Goley and Samantha Hentges are dazzling in gold at the JMPHS Spring Dance.

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Project Graduation Set To Follow May 30thCeremony www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014 12A € Madison County CarrierSCHOOL want investing made easy? Larry DiPietro is an experienced financial advisor committed to helping clients achieve a more secure financial future. His comprehensive planning combined with his experience with wealth management, retirement, education and insurance strategies can help you achieve your financial goals. Call Larry today to find out how his experience and consultative approach can help you! larry.dipietro@invest“nancial.com 343 West Base St. l Madison 850.402.8028Larry DiPietro, Financial AdvisorRegistered Representative, INVEST Financial CorporationINVEST Financial Corporation is not af“liated with Capital City Banc Investments. INVEST Financial Corporation, member FINRA/SIPC, and its af“liated insura nce agencies offer securities, advisory services and certain insurance products. Products are: 04/15 … 116288 By Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.Project Graduation will be May 30 at the MCHS starting at 10 p.m., and the event will not end until 6:30 a.m., the next morning. Project Graduation is meant to be a place for students to hang out with their friends in a safe environment after graduation. The students will spend two hours outside where there will be a waterslide, tug-of-war, horseshoes and water balloon volleyball. The Kiwanis Club of Madison will be cooking hamburgers and hotdogs for the students to enjoy. After the outside fun, the students will be in the gym for the rest of the evening. There will be games for the students to enjoy including ping-pong tables and limbo. There will also be a simulation of what it is like drunk driving and crashing. There will be money and prizes given away throughout the evening. If any one would like to make a donation, contact the MCHS or call Gina Sapp at (850) 973-7136. MCHS Band Has Three Students Accepted At VSUSubmitted by Geoff Hill, MCHS Director of Bands On Wednesday, the 7thof May, three seniors from the Madison County High School Bands traveled to Valdosta to audition for the Valdosta State University Department of Music and all three were accepted on the spot. Kammeron Joseph, Taylor Sever and Joshua Stafford will now complete applications and begin the process of pursuing music scholarships. These students are setting the stage for more musicians to graduate from MCHS and perform at the collegiate level. Already attending VSU as a music major from the Madison County High School Bands in his nal year is David Sanders. Sanders is the son of Kim and Ted Sanders of Madison and should be graduating with his Music Education degree next spring. Cullen Gudz also graduated from the bands at MCHS in 2012 and is now attending the Florida State University College of Music. Cullen was accepted on special audition and is now performing with the Concert Band and the Florida State University Marching Chiefs. Gudz is the son of Brigette and Martin Gudz of Madison.Photo SubmittedKammeron Joseph, Taylor Sever and Joshua Stafford (left to right) are all considering music education majors and being accepted by audition to VSU was the “rst major step in that direction. Cowboys Football Golf Shootout Is Coming UpBy Jessie R. BoxGreene Publishing, Inc.The Cowboys Football Golf Shootout is Saturday, July 26 at the Madison Golf and Country Club. It will start at 8 a.m., with a shotgun start. The entry fee is $200 a group or $50 for each player. This entry fee includes the green fee, cart fee and lunch. The tournament will have a super ball tournament, longest drive, closest to the pin and putting contest. All registration fees are due by July 23. Return the entry form and make payment payable to Madison County High School Football, Attention: Coach White, 2649 US 90, Madison, Fl. 32340. For more information or questions, contact Coach Ben White at (904) 290-0413, (850) 973-5779 or ben.white@madisonmail.us. Register Now For Summer Camps At NFCC~NFCC Announces Kids In CollegeŽ Summer Camps~North Florida Community College's "Kids in College: An Innovation of Fun" program offers a creative and educational outlet for children over the summer. Three camps are being offered for children in completed 1stthrough 6thgrades Kelly Center Kids, Art Camp and Culinary Camp June 9-26 and July 7-24 at varying times (see schedule below). Camps will run Monday through Thursday with no camps scheduled during the week of July 4. NFCC is also hosting its annual Health Scholars Camp for completed 6ththrough 9thgraders July 7-10. 2014 NFCC “Kids in College” Camp Schedule: Kelly Center Kids (Completed 1st6thGrades) Every day is about being healthy and getting active. Find out which fun, healthy activity is for you. Sign up and get challenged. Comfortable clothing and athletic shoes required. DATES: June 9-26 TIME: 8 a.m.-12 p.m. DATES: July 7-24 TIME: 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Art Camp (Completed 1st-6thGrades) Children will draw, color and paint with a variety of mediums. Their creations will become memories of their summer of 2014. The main focus is to be expressive while having fun. DATES: June 9-26 TIME: 1-3 p.m. DATES: July 7-24 TIME: 1:-3 p.m. Culinary Camp (Completed 1st-6thGrades) Cooking made fun! Learn about knife safety, microwave safety, using an electric mixer, blender or other kitchen appliances. Additional kitchen basics such as: how to tell when noodles, cakes and cookies are done, and how to double a recipe or "half" it. DATES: June 9-26 TIME: 3-5 p.m. DATES: July 7-24 TIME: 3-5: p.m. Health Scholars Camp (Completed 6th9thGrades) Do you know what to do when it comes to first aid? Are you interested in the Health Career field? If you answered yes to either of these questions you are a fit for this camp. DATES: July 7-10 TIME: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. DEADLINE TO APPLY: Monday, June 30, 2014 Children attending camp must be registered prior to the first day of camp; registration deadline for Health Scholars Camp is June 30. Camp costs vary and are based on half or full day camp options. Discounts will be applied for each second and third child in a family for Kelly Center Kids, Art Camp and Culinary Camp. For more information, contact Denise Bell at (850) 973-9481 or belld@nfcc.edu More information is also available at http://www.nfcc.edu/k ids-in-college.

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www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014Madison County Carrier € 13ASPORTS By Fran HuntGreene Publishing, Inc.After a very successful year, the Aucilla Christian Academy Lady Warriors wrapped up the regular and post season on a 193 record, won their fourth consecutive District Title, the 10thin 11 years and the 11thin 13 years; they won their third Regional Title ever; and they went into the State Finals for the rst time ever to wind up the season as the State Runner-Up. This very productive season has produced some very impressive statistics for the Lady Warriors. As a team, at the plate, Aucilla has played in 22 games, had 701 plate appearances, 582 at bats, 209 hits, 144 singles, 45 doubles, 12 triples, eight homeruns, 165 RBIs, 236 runs, 12 hit by pitches, 48 reach on errors, 16 elder's choice, 100 walks, 90 strikeouts, a batting average of .359, an on base percentage of .458 and a slugging average of .519. Abigail Morgan played in 22 games, with 78 plate appearances, 54 at bats, 14 hits, nine singles, three doubles, one triple, one homerun, 18 RBIs, 20 runs, three reach on errors, 21 walks, 12 strikeouts, a batting average of .259, an on base percentage of .449 and a slugging average of .407. Ashlyn Rogers played in two games, with ve plate appearances, ve at bats, four hits, three singles, one triple, ve RBIs, two runs, a batting average of .800, an on base percentage of .800 and a slugging average of 1.200. Carly Joiner played in 21 games, with 75 plate appearances, 69 at bats, 25 hits, 20 singles, ve doubles, 11 RBIs, 33 runs, one hit by pitch, six reach on errors, ve elder's choice, ve walks, six strikeouts, a batting average of .362, an on base percentage of .413 and a slugging average of .435. Courtney Watts played in 13 games, with 31 plate appearances, 22 at bats, six hits, ve singles, one double, two RBIs, nine runs, two hit by pitches, one reach on error, two elder's choice, seven walks, six strikeouts, a batting average of .273, an on base percentage of .3484 and a slugging average of .318. Elizabeth Hightower played in 20 games, with 74 plate appearances, 70 at bats, 25 hits, 14 singles, four doubles, three triples, four homeruns, 28 RBIs, 22 runs, eight reach on errors, two elder's choice, four walks, seven strikeouts, a batting average of .357, an on base percentage of .392 and a slugging average of .671. Emma Witmer played in 19 games, with 46 plate appearances, 40 at bats, 13 hits, eight singles, three doubles, two triples, 14 RBIs, 10 runs, two hit by pitches, three reach on errors, four walks, seven strikeouts, a batting average of .325, an on base percentage of .413 and a slugging average of .500. Gaige Winchester played in eight games, with 14 plate appearances, 10 at bats, six hits, six singles, four RBIs, eight runs, two hit by pitches, two walks, four strikeouts, a batting average of .600, an on base percentage of .714 and a slugging average of .600. Kelly Horne played in 21 games, with 79 plate appearances, 61 at bats, 32 hits, one single, 12 doubles, two triples, one homerun, 27 RBIs, 32 runs, one hit by pitch, four reach on errors, 16 walks, four strikeouts, a batting average of .525, an on base percentage of .620 and a slugging average or .836. Megan Scholl played in three games with six plate appearances, two at bats, six runs, one hit by pitch, one reach on error, three walks, a batting average of .000, an on base percentage of .667 and a slugging average of .000. Monique Restrepo played in three games, with six plate appearances, two at bats, one hit, one single, two runs, four walks, one strikeout, a batting average of .500, an on base percentage of .833 and a slugging average of .500. Natalie Sorensen played in 22 games, with 63 plate appearances, 50 at bats, 19 hits, 12 singles, four doubles, one triple, two homeruns, 21 RBIs, 18 runs, two hit by pitches, six reach on errors, nine walks, seven strikeouts, a batting average of .380, an on base percentage of .476 and a slugging average of .620. Payal Chaudhari played in four games, with ve plate appearances, four at bats, one run, one walk, four strikeouts, a batting average of .000, an on base percentage of .200 and a slugging average of .000. Ramsey Sullivan played in 22 games, with 84 plate appearances, 76 at bats, 32 hits, 28 singles, four doubles, 13 RBIs, 28 runs, one hit by pitch, four reach on errors, three elder's choice, seven walks, six strikeouts, a batting average of .421, an on base percentage of .476 and a slugging average of .474. Stormie Roberts played in one game, with one plate appearance, one at bat, one hit, one single, two RBIs, one run, a batting average of 1.000, an on base percentage of 1.000 and a slugging average of 1.000. Taylor Copeland played in 21 games, with 69 plate appearances, 59 at bats, 13 hits, eight singles, three doubles, two triples, 10 RBIs, 15 runs, ve reach on errors, one elder's choice, nine walks, 15 strikeouts, a batting average of .220, an on base percentage of .319 and a slugging average of .339. Whitney Stevens played in 20 games, with 65 plate appearances, 57 at bats, 18 hits 12 singles, six doubles, 10 RBIs, 19 runs, seven reach on errors, three elder's choice, eight walks, 11 strikeouts, a batting average of .316, an on base percentage of .400 and a slugging average of .421. On the eld, as a team, the Lady Warriors had 508 total chances, 110 assists, 376 putouts, 22 errors, one double play and a elding percentage of .957. Morgan had 88 total chances, ve assists, 83 putouts and a elding percentage of 1.000. Rogers had one total chance, one assist and a elding percentage of 1.000. Joiner had 36 total chances, 19 assists, 11 putouts, six errors and a elding percentage of .833. Watts had 11 total chances, one assist, seven putouts, three errors and a elding percentage of .727. Hightower had 57 total chances, 29 assists, 26 putouts, two errors, one double play and a elding percentage of .965. Witmer had 26 total chances, 26 putouts and a elding percentage of 1.000. Winchester had ve total chances, four assists, one putout and a elding percentage of 1.000. Horne had 107 total chances, eight assists, 97 putouts, two errors and a elding percentage of .961. Scholl had one total chance, one error and a elding percentage of .000. Sorensen had 19 total chances, seven assists, 11 putouts, one error and a elding percentage of .947. Sullivan had 116 total chances, 24 assists, 90 putouts, two errors, one double play and a elding percentage of .983. Copeland had 19 total chances, one assist, 16 putouts, two errors and a elding percentage of .895. Stevens had 22 total chances, 11 assists, eight putouts, three errors and a elding percentage of .864. On the mound, the Lady Warriors pitched 125 innings, in 22 games, a 19-3 record, giving up 77 hits, 44 runs, 17 of which were earned, 46 walks, 181 strikeouts, four hit by pitches and an earned run average of .952. Morgan pitched 23 innings, eight games played, a 4-1 record, giving up 18 hits, 14 runs, ve of which were earned, 13 walks, 36 strikeouts, one hit by pitch and an earned run average of 1.522. Hightower pitched 50 innings, 12 games, had a 6-1 record, giving up 23 hits, 12 runs, ve of which were earned, 24 walks, 70 strikeouts, two hit by pitches and an earned run average of .700. 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Submitted By Madison County Health Dept.What Is Asthma?Asthma is a disease that affects your lungs. It is one of the most common long-term diseases of children, but adults can have asthma, too. Asthma causes wheezing, breathlessness, chest tightness, and coughing at night or early in the morning. If you have asthma, you have it all the time, but you will have asthma attacks only when something bothers your lungs. In most cases, we don’t know what causes asthma, and we don’t know how to cure it. We know that if someone in your family has asthma you are more likely to have it. How Can You Tell if You Have Asthma? It can be hard to tell if someone has asthma, especially in children under age ve. Having a doctor check how well your lungs work and check for allergies can help you nd out if you have asthma. During a checkup, the doctor will ask if you cough a lot, especially at night, and whether your breathing problems are worse after physical activity or at certain times of year. The doctor will also ask about chest tightness, wheezing, and colds lasting more than 10 days. They will ask whether anyone in your family has or has had asthma, allergies, or other breathing problems, and they will ask questions about your home. The doctor will also ask if you have missed school or work and about any trouble you may have doing certain things. The doctor will also do a breathing test, called spirometry, to nd out how well your lungs are working. The doctor will use a computer with a mouthpiece to test how much air you can breathe out after taking a very deep breath. The spirometer can measure airow before and after you use asthma medicine. What Is an Asthma Attack? An asthma attack may include coughing, chest tightness, wheezing and trouble breathing. The attack happens in your body’s airways, which are the paths that carry air to your lungs. As the air moves through your lungs, the airways become smaller, like the branches of a tree are smaller than the tree trunk. During an asthma attack, the sides of the airways in your lungs swell and the airways shrink. Less air gets in and out of your lungs, and mucous that your body makes clogs up the airways even more. You can control your asthma by knowing the warning signs of an asthma attack, staying away from things that cause an attack and following your doctor’s advice. When you control your asthma: you won’t have  symptoms such as wheezing or coughing, you’ll sleep better,  you won’t miss work  or school, you can take part in  all physical activities, and you won’t have to go  to the hospital. What Causes an Asthma Attack? An asthma attack can happen when you are exposed to “asthma triggers.” Your triggers can be very different from those of someone else with asthma. Know your triggers and learn how to avoid them. Watch out for an attack when you can’t avoid the triggers. Some of the most common triggers are: Tobacco Smoke Tobacco smoke is unhealthy for everyone, especially people with asthma. If you have asthma and you smoke, quit smoking. Smoke from factories being released into the air. “Secondhand smoke” is smoke created by a smoker and breathed in by a second person. Secondhand smoke can trigger an asthma attack. If you have asthma, people should never smoke near you, in your home, in your car, or wherever you may spend a lot of time. Dust Mites Dust mites are tiny bugs that are in almost every home. If you have asthma, dust mites can trigger an asthma attack. To prevent attacks, use mattress covers and pillowcase covers to make a barrier between dust mites and yourself. Don’t use down-lled pillows, quilts, or comforters. Remove stuffed animals and clutter from your bedroom. Wash your bedding on the hottest water setting. Outdoor Air Pollution Outdoor air pollution can trigger an asthma attack. This pollution can come from factories, automobiles, and other sources. Pay attention to air quality forecasts on radio, television, and the Internet and check your newspaper to plan your activities for when air pollution levels will be low. Cockroach Allergen Cockroaches and their droppings can trigger an asthma attack. Get rid of cockroaches in your home by removing as many water and food sources as you can. Cockroaches are often found where food is eaten and crumbs are left behind. At least every two to three days, vacuum or sweep areas that might attract cockroaches. Use roach traps or gels to cut down on the number of cockroaches in your home. Pets Furry pets can trigger an asthma attack. If you think a furry pet may be causing attacks, you may want to nd the pet another home. If you can’t or don’t want to nd a new home for the pet, keep it out of the person with asthma’s bedroom. Bathe pets every week and keep them outside as much as you can. People with asthma are not allergic to their pet’s fur, so trimming the pet’s fur will not help your asthma. If you have a furry pet, vacuum often. If your oors have a hard surface, such as wood or tile, damp mop them every week. Mold Breathing in mold can trigger an asthma attack. Get rid of mold in your home to help control your attacks. Humidity, the amount of moisture in the air, can make mold grow. An air conditioner or dehumidier will help you keep the humidity level low. Get a small tool called a hygrometer to check humidity levels and keep them as low as you can— no higher than 50 percent. Humidity levels change over the course of a day, so check the humidity levels more than once a day. Fix water leaks, which let mold grow behind walls and under oors. Smoke From Burning Wood or Grass Smoke from burning wood or other plants is made up of a mix of harmful gases and small particles. Breathing in too much of this smoke can cause an asthma attack. If you can, avoid burning wood in your home. If a wildre is causing poor air quality in your area pay attention to air quality forecasts on radio, television, and the Internet and check your newspaper to plan your activities for when air pollution levels will be low. Other Triggers Infections linked to inuenza (u), colds, and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) can trigger an asthma attack. Sinus infections, allergies, breathing in some chemicals, and acid reux can also trigger attacks. Burning incense or candles, of any kind, canbe a source of particulate matter, which may trigger an asthma attack in some individuals. Physical exercise; some medicines; bad weather, such as thunderstorms or high humidity; breathing in cold, dry air; and some foods, food additives, and fragrances can also trigger an asthma attack. Strong emotions can lead to very fast breathing, called hyperventilation, that can also cause an asthma attack. How Is Asthma Treated? Control your asthma and avoid an attack by taking your medicine exactly as your doctor tells you and by staying away from things that can trigger an attack. Everyone with asthma does not take the same medicine. Some medicines can be breathed in, and some can be taken as a pill. Asthma medicines come in two types—quick-relief and long-term control. Quick-relief medicines control the symptoms of an asthma attack. If you need to use your quick-relief medicines more and more, visit your doctor to see if you need a different medicine. Long-term control medicines help you have fewer and milder attacks, but they don’t help you while you are having an asthma attack. Asthma medicines can have side effects, but most side effects are mild and soon go away. Ask your doctor about the side effects of your medicines. Remember – you can control your asthma. With your healthcare provider’s help, make your own asthma action plan. Decide who should have a copy of your plan and where he or she should keep it. Take your long-term control medicine even when you don’t have symptoms. For more information, please call the Florida Department of Health in Madison, (850) 973-5000 or the Florida Department of Health in Jefferson, (850) 342-0170. www.greenepublishing.com Wednesday, May 21, 2014 14A € Madison County CarrierHEALTH May Is Asthma Awareness Month!

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$199 Move-In Special!! 1, 2 & 3 BR HC & non-HC accessible apts. Rental assistance may be available. HUD vouchers accepted. Call 850-948-3056. TDD/TTY 711. 192 NW Greenville Pointe Trail, Greenville, FL 32331. Equal Housing Opportunityrtn, c REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY OWNER MOBILE HOME FOR SALE FOR SALE WANTED FOR RENT HELP WANTED HELP WANTED Classifieds Work Classifieds Work$12 $12(for 20 words or less) Wednesday & Friday & on the website Wednesday & Friday & on the websiteCall 973-4141 Call 973-4141 Buy, Sell or Trade In The ClassiedsCall 973-4141 Call 973-4141One Man’s Junk Is Another Man’s Treasure www.greenepublishing.com PERSONAL SERVICES Classifieds . . . . . LEGAL Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Madison County Carrier € 15A FLORIDA PRESS SERVICES, INC. STATEWIDE CLASSIFIED PROGRAM STATEWIDE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR 5/19/2014 THROUGH 5/25/2014 I am a retired nurse; and want to do private duty work with the elderly. If you can use me, I am available for any shift. Excellent references. 464-7276 (Cell).3/26 rtn, n/c Ofce Building For Rent Across the street from the Courthouse, on Shelby Street. (between Owens Propane and Burnette Plumbing) Newly Renovated 1120 square foot. Call Emerald Greene 850-973-4141.10/16 rtn, n/c Madison Heights Apartments 1,2,3 & 4 bedroom apts. Section 8 Housing designed for low income families 150 SW Bumgardner Dr. Madison, FL Phone 850-973-4290 TDD 711 Equal Housing Opportunity6/22, rtn, cBe A CNA Would you like to work as a nursing assistant? Become a CNA. Quest Training offers a nurse taught, 40 hr. prep class. No GED required if age 18 yr. Day and Evening classes. 386-362-1065.5/7 5/28, pd1/4 inch coat galvanized steel cable for sale .15 cent a foot. We have as much as you need. (850) 464-3041.3/12 rtn, n/cNewspaper Bundles For Sale $1 each Greene Publishing, Inc. 1695 S. SR 53 in Madison (850) 973-4141.3/12 rtn, n/cCDL Class A Driver Needed 2 years veri“ed experience. Runs mostly SE extended area. Good 2 year MVR. Blue Cross and blue shield health insurance offered. (850) 929-2279.4/11 rtn, c Deadline For Classieds (850) 973-4141 3:00 p.m. Every MondayJust received a new supply of repo homes Great price! Call for details (386) 466-8315.1/29 rtn, c Advertising Sales Representative (salesman) needed. Our newspaper of“ce is seeking an outstanding individual to join our sales team. Do you possess a sunny, friendly attitude? Can you talk with customers easily and help them feel at home? Do you have a good personality and LOVE to talk on the telephone? If you are a team player, able to handle multiple tasks, have a friendly can-doattitude, a great work ethic, are organized, and self-motivated then this job might be just for you. Valid Drivers License a must! Apply in person only at Greene Publishing, Incs newspaper of“ce, located at 1695 South SR 53, in Madison.Too Much Junk? … Do you have a garage or barn or attic full of junk and want it clean? Granddads barn that needs to be cleaned or removed? Let us make you an offer on it all … And we clean it up at the same time. Call 850-973-7916 and leave a message.2/26 rtn, n/c We want your Ghosts!! We are collecting YOUR stories of Ghosts, Goblins, Spooks, Specters, Aliens, Haunted Houses, Paranormal Events, Angels, and any other Supernatural Tales from Madison County and surrounding counties. We want personal experiences, legends, and family traditions. Call 850-973-7916 and leave a message.2/26 rtn, n/c Set of four (4) “Weld” (Mountain Crusher) billet aluminum wheels 8 lug with bolt on center caps. Fits Dodge or Chevy. $200 OBO. Call (229) 460-5296.3/26 rtn, n/c A few chickens and a rooster for my yard. (850) 661-6868.4/9 rtn, n/c LAND FOR SALE OWNER FINANCING 1/2 acre lots, $14,995 $1,995 down, $149 mo. City Water, Paved Roads Cleared, Underground Power DWMHs, Modular Homes Hwy 53 North 1/2 mile. Graceland Estates Call Chip Beggs 850-973-4116chipbeggs@embarqmail.com5/7 rtn, c 4 BR, 2 BA House With “replace, large yard and no pets. Near Blue Springs. $700 month, $700 security. 1 year lease. (850) 274-5805 or (907) 230-4705.5/7 rtn, cLake Park of Madison CNA Fulltime Contact Kim Browning HR or Connie Walker DON 850-973-8277.5/14, 5/21, c Voice and beginning piano lessons being offered by Shelly Smith. $15 per half hour lesson. Please call (850) 464-7560 to sign up.5/14 rtn, n/cFort Madison SelfStorage on 53 South has 5x10, 10x10 and 10x20 units available. Call (850) 973-4004.5/14 rtn, n/c12’x18’ building with 6’ porch located on State Road 53 South. Ideal for a small or start-up business. Come see for yourself how it could work for you. (850) 973-4141.5/14 rtn, n/c Donations appreciated to get house out of foreclosure. Please donate by making a check out to Bank of America for Kevin Payne. His house is in foreclosure because his wife moved out in April of last year due to mental problems. Then his job cut back on hours and he only could work four days a week. Between his job and his wife, he got behind on house payments. It will take $7,000 to get his house out of foreclosure. Please call him at (850) 948-6974.5/21, pd May 215/21, 5/28Automation and Production Technology (APT) Instructor wanted at North Florida Community College, Madison FL. See www.nfcc.edu for details.5/21, 5/28, c MIG Welders Needed Must have High School diploma or equivalent, the ability to read and understand CAD sketches, also able to read a tape measure to the 1/16th, and you will be required to pass an onsite weld test. You Must have a minimum of two years welding experience or a graduate of a certi“ed welding program, along with no previous employment history with Big Top Mfg. Must pass weld test on-site. Starting Wednesday, 5/21/14 at 8 a.m. Apply in person at Big Top Mfg. 3255 North Hwy 19. We will only accept ten quali“ed applications. EEO/AA/m/f/vets/disabled5/21, c Vinyl Fabrication Operator Needed Must be able to read a tape measure to 1/4th inch. 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Often negative feelings and thoughts drag and pull the mind into horrid pits of unforgiveness, bitterness and past hurts. Sadly, it appears that some people never seem to escape these cesspools of sorrow. One reason for this is that they are not willing to offer or accept forgiveness. In addition, it seems some people wear their tortured anguish like badges of honor in order to garner attention and sympathy from others. An example of this can be found in the book, Lee: The Last Years" As the story goes, former Confederate General Robert E. Lee was traveling through Kentucky after the Civil War when a woman showed him the remains of a grand old tree in front of her house. Its limbs and trunk bore the scars, disfigurement and maiming from direct hits of artillery fire. In the mind of the woman, the tree epitomized all the hurts and realities of the past war. She showed the tree to General Lee and waited for him to condemn the actions of the Federal Army or at least show some sympathy for her loss. After a brief silence, Lee remarked, “Cut it down, my dear madam, and forget it.” (Charles Bracelen Flood) One can learn several valuable lessons from this excellent advice: First, by cutting down the tree and forgetting it, the woman would begin the process of healing the wounds of conflicts and war. If not, these wounds would continue to besiege the woman’s mind with daily reminders of her anguish and suffering. Thus, her hurts and emotional trauma would be prolonged and her healing delayed. Second, by allowing such symbols to remain, they promote the desire for sympathy and selfpity, as well as providing ample reasons for hatred, vengeance and resentment. The third lesson is the most important because it offers the most plausible means of avoiding the pits of despair. In his simple statement, “Cut it down, my dear madam, and forget it,” the General offered the only possible remedy for ridding the heart and head of the toxic effects of hatred and bitterness. Perhaps Lee remembered the words of the apostle Paul when he instructed, “Let all bitterness, and wrath, and anger, and clamour, and evil speaking, be put away from you, with all malice: And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ's sake hath forgiven you.” (Eph 4:31-32) The ill effects of bitterness can result in defiling both the individual as well as others." (Heb 12:15) The writer of Hebrew warns: “Follow peace with all men, and holiness, without which no man shall see the Lord: 15 Looking diligently lest any man fail of the grace of God; lest any root of bitterness springing up trouble you, and thereby many be defiled; 16Lest there be any fornicator, or profane person, as Esau, who for one morsel of meat sold his birthright. 17For ye know how that afterward, when he would have inherited the blessing, he was rejected: for he found no place of repentance, though he sought it carefully with tears.” (Heb 12:14-17) 2B € Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Path of Faith Cal U Toda! Call us today to chat with one of our Metal Roof Specialists and “nd out how a Premium Metal Roof will not only add incredible curb appeal to your project, but will also help you save BIG on your next energy bill! All of our Roo“ng Systems are engineered and ready for installation, and in many cases can be mounted directly over your current roo“ng material.1(855) IT-LASTS (485-2787)www.GulfCoastSupply.com RECEIVE UP TO $500 TAX CREDITCALL OR STOP BY OUR SHOWROOM IN ALACHUA TODAY FOR DETAILS ApproveENERGYTAX CREDIT RECEIVE UP TO $500 TCALL OR STOP BY OUR SHOWROOM IN ALACHUA TODA to chat with one of our Metal Roof Specialists and A X CR T TA CALL OR STOP BY OUR SHOWROOM IN ALACHUA TODA to chat with one of our Metal Roof Specialists and AX CREDITAILS Y FOR DE T TOD A AY to chat with one of our Metal Roof Specialists and AX CREDI G ENERGY T TA ENERGXCREDIT Approve Aprove ApproveNER Call us today “nd out how a Pr appeal to your pr next energy bill! All of our Roo“ng Systems installation, and in many cases can be your curr Call us today to chat with one of our Metal Roof Specialists and emium Metal Roof will not only add incr “nd out how a Pr oject, but will also help you appeal to your pr next energy bill! All of our Roo“ng Systems installation, and in many cases can be oo“ng material. ent r your curr to chat with one of our Metal Roof Specialists and emium Metal Roof will not only add incr oject, but will also help you save BIG on your All of our Roo“ng Systems eady for ed and r e engineer ar installation, and in many cases can be mounted dir oo“ng material. to chat with one of our Metal Roof Specialists and edible curb emium Metal Roof will not only add incr save BIG on your eady for ectly over mounted dir Cal U Toda! LA S 1 ( 855 ) I T T.GulfCoastSupply www Cal U Toda!-LASTS (485-2787).com .GulfCoastSupply The The Pulpit PulpitBy Rev. Ralph Dillard, Evangelist, Church of GodCut It Down, Dear Madam, and Forget It

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Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 21, 2014 € 3B Path of Faith Ebenezer United Methodist Church To Celebrate 52ndHomecoming Story Submitted Ebenezer United Methodist Church in Hamburg will be celebrating its 52ndHomecoming on Sunday, May 25. Services will begin at 11 a.m. Ms. Jenny Andrews will be the guest speaker. After the service there will be dinner on the grounds. A Saturday night old-time gospel sing will be held on May 24, beginning at 7 p.m., at the church. Many favorite old hymns will be sung. Clean up of the church and grounds in preparation for the homecoming was held on Saturday, May 17, beginning around 9 a.m. Ebenezer Methodist Church was founded in 1840. The original church, constructed of logs, was down the hill and west of the current site and is now occupied by the cemetery. The present structure was erected in 1901. John R. Wilson, Sr. and Thomas L.H. Rykard helped with the construction. The hand made pulpit, flower stands (used ages ago for lamps), alter and pews are as they were when the sanctuary was constructed. The chandelier (still in use) was given to the church around 1905 by Mrs. S.B. Mays, mother of D.H. Mays, Sr. of Madison. Some of the early families were: Arnold, Bunting, Burnett, Clark, Cooper, Crane, Drew, Edwards, Flowers, Gaston, Hammerly, Harrell, Hinton, Hughey, Kirby, Loper, Manning, Martin, Mays, Morrow, McCardle, McClellan, McDaniel, Overstreet, Paul, Pridgeon, Ragland, Rykard, Sale, Smith, Tooke, Vance, Vann, Wilson, Watts and Will. Many of whom are resting in the cemetery. Regular services were held at the church until 1940, with the late Rev. L.P. Driskell serving as the last pastor. The church sat idle until 1962 when George F. Burnett, Sr., one of the Trustees, whose parents worshiped there, realized the need for a new roof and painting. He shared the need with his friends and family who once worshiped at Ebenezer. They made sufficient donations to re-roof and paint the inside and outside. George Burnett, the Hugheys, Wilsons, Rykards, and many members of the community joined in restoring the well, cleaning the grounds and Jesse Hughey refinished the chandelier, making the first homecoming on Sunday, July 29, 1962 possible. Homecoming is now held every year on the last Sunday in May. Everyone is invited to join us in the homecoming celebration. If you have any questions, feel free to contact any of the Trustees: Jenny Andrews, Carlton Burnette, Eugene Davis, Gene Gaston or Frank Rykard.

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Submitted by Vanessa Unglaub When planning rallys, revivals and reunions we do not know how the final count of folks attending will tally. It is not so much a science as it is an act of faith when planning a large event to bring the “Kingdom of God” into a community. Pastor Chris and Jerri Peterson operated in such faith as they prepared for the “Rally” of April 26 in Greenville. A total of 520 pounds of chicken was donated and pounds upon pounds of beans and coleslaw were purchased. Tea, sodas and water bottles were stacked in preparation for an anticipated 500 souls. Though food was prepared on April 25 and grills for the chickens lit on the following day, Pastor Chris prepared and lit the hearts of his congregation weeks earlier. He prepared them for the “multitude” and he prepared them for the “one.” He taught us the working of Matthew 10 and how to “go to the lost sheep of the house of Israel, the lost and discouraged of (Greenville) and as ye go, preach saying the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand. Heal the sick, cleanse the lepers, raise the dead, cast out devils, freely ye have received, freely give.” And yet, he also taught that there is one certain “one” that the Lord seeks. For our Lord says how think ye?...doth He not leave the ninety nine and goeth to seek the one?” The Lord’s economy has a way of reducing all counting to the smallest denomination of “one.” While His count is “one”, His purpose is “many.” So, on April 26, 149 people of Greenville registered at the rally. About 200 people were fed after a bonanza of prizes were given out by drawings. CDs, gift cards, books and other prizes were given to the community. Desmond Roberson, the Madison Boys Club and the Inspired Dance Praise team of Madison all set the atmosphere with praise as the people of Greenville ate in the park. When eating was drawing to a close, Pastor Chris began to preach the gospel of the Lord. He powerfully offered the message of a Holy God coming as the Son, in flesh to buy back all that was lost from our rebellion towards Him. He offered an invitation for those who heard this gospel to receive Jesus as their Savior from rebellion and sin. He told them that they could then be “a disciple of Jesus.” Many raised their hands to this offer from God. But then, Pastor Chris said, “Now let me tell you what it means to be His disciple.” He then told them that it meant “giving it all, everything, your addiction, your time, your money, your lifestyle of the flesh, your everything to Him because He has given you His everything. You have everything you need to give Him everything. He wants it all because He loves you.” He paused and then asked Now, who still wants to follow Jesus?” Some reluctant, some boldly, raised their hands. More than one gave it all to Jesus. Much more than one. Following the invitation, Pastor briefly explained the meaning of Salvation from the Greek word “Sozo.” He told the listeners that not only are we redeemed from healing and ransomed from sin, we also receive deliverance from addictions and healing of diseases. He 4B € Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 21, 2014Path of Faith Renewed Life Outreach Center Hosts Community Day In Greenville Story cont. on page 7B

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Path of Faith 6B € Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Photo Courtesy Of The Florida State ArchivesIn 1946, World War II was a year behind the country as the country struggled to wobbly knees, trying to regain their feet. Many people regained their feet by finding the strength to stand while down on their knees. As many became converted to the Christian faith, baptisms in local ponds were a common site. This baptism, held in 1946 by Sirmans Baptist Church, was one of the events where people celebrated their salvation from sin by being immersed in the water. Shown left to right are: Belle Bailey, Christine Hearn Bailey, Laverne Bailey, Rev. Colin Lewis and Tom Bailey. The woman in the background is unidentified.Picture From The PastBaptism Ceremony Held Baptism Ceremony Held For Sirmans Baptist Church For Sirmans Baptist Church

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Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 21, 2014€ 7B Path of Faith Renewed Life Cont. From Page 4B proceeded to walk among folks who wanted healing and deliverance. He walked among them laying hands on them, one at a time, wi th his congregation assisting. Many more than “one” were given healing and many more than “one” were given deliverance through the laying on of ha nds. We watched God work many works, one by one on that day, as Pastor Chris had the congregation move through the crowd. Perhaps, t he best summary of the event is from a homeless man who was traveling through Greenville in his van. He walked through the park on this day cu riously to “just watch a Christian thing.” A member of the congregation talked to him and had an opportunity to pray with him. In the moment of prayer, the Lord moved in a unique way within the man. As he came away from the prayer, he said “Wow, I have never felt God in prayer before this very mome nt! I am so certain, for sure without a doubt, that God is in this place.” The member said in recollection of the encounter “then I remembered that it is all for this one.” Photo Submitted By Vanessa UnglaubVolunteers are ready to sign up teen and children participant's at the tables during the community outreach. Photo Submitted By Vanessa UnglaubFolks get into the music led by Marcus Roberson and clap their hands in beat to it. Photo Submitted By Vanessa UnglaubIt's standing room only as the crowd enjoys the outreach done by Renewed Life Outreach Center.

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Path of Faith 8B € Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 21, 2014 By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. Approaching their 100thbirthday, four years from now in 2018, Pinetta Baptist Church has had a long and storied history, preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ in the community that is north of Madison on the way to Valdosta, Georgia. In the 1930s, part of their history was recorded for posterity. During the Great Depression, as part of President Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal program, the Works Progress Administration (WPA) was created. A total of $15,500,000 (15.5 million) was allocated to archive the history of churches throughout the country. A number of Madison County churches were archived by the WPA, including Macedonia Baptist Church. According to the WPA record, which may have been collected by WPA worker Margaret Jones in 1937, the church was constituted in 1918 and services were held in a small, white-frame building which was dedicated in 1920. The first settled pastor was Rev. R. Berry, who served from 1918 until 1919. At the time of the WPA record, Rev. James A. Nichols was the pastor, having assumed the seat in 1937. Nichols was a graduate of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky. Today, Rev. Dean Spivey serves as the pastor. At the time of the WPA record, Pinetta Baptist was listed as a quartertime church, meeting the third Thursday of each month and had 137 members. Active organizations included the Sunday School, the Baptist Training Union and the Women's Missionary Union. There were two volumes of church records, dating from 1918, which included the minutes of business meetings, reports, the membership roll, as well as lists of baptisms and deaths. M.G. Law, of Pinetta was the custodian of the church records. There was one volume of financial records, in the custody of Gordon Keeling, of Valdosta, Ga, dating from 1918. The records showed disbursements and receipts. There were two volumes of Sunday School records, dating from 1918. Kept in the custody of Howard Kinsey, the records showed pupils, teachers, officers, attendance, collections and disbursements. There was one volume of Baptist Training Union records. The records showed members, meetings of meetings, collections and disbursements. They were dated from 1927. There was one volume of Women's Missionary Union records, dating from 1925, showing minutes of meetings, members, collections and disbursements. There was no one listed as custodian for either the Baptist Training Union or Women's Missionary Union records. A Short WPA History Of Pinetta Baptist Church Photo Submitted By Retis FlowersRev. Retis Flowers, pastor of Midway Church of God and one of the members of ICAN (Interfaith Community Action Network, Inc.), a benevolent ministry for the needs of people in Madison County, presented certificates of appreciation to Linda Gaston, Rev. James Howes, Deborah Br own and Rev. Octavious Tookes recently for their work as board members of ICAN and with the community. Pictured left to right are: Gaston, Howes' fian ce, who accepted on his behalf, Brown and Tookes. ICAN Representatives Recognized

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By Hunter Greene Greene Publishing, Inc. Let me pose a couple questions. What would you do if you found out someone you knew was pregnant out of wedlock? How would you act if someone you knew was addicted to drugs? Within your church? Would you shun them? Would you hug them? Would you treat them as if you didn’t know this life-altering event existed? Would you love them but only from a distance? Would you reject them? God posed me these same questions a couple years ago. It lay extremely heavy on my heart. I was torn from welcoming them, loving them from a distance, or rejecting them because they had major junk to take care of. Part of my heart was saying “Shame on them!! They need to keep it together. Get a grip on life.” But when I’d say that, I would look at myself and say “Now Hunter, you were at a point in your life when your life was in the trash. For that matter, you still need to work some things out.” And then the third part of my heart would say “Yeah, Hunter. We’ll love them. We’ll care for them and pray for them, but all from a distance. I mean, we can’t really associate with them, can we? Certainly not be seen with them.” See what kind of battle I would go through in my head? I was torn between three logics where I could find three different scriptures to back each point. I was torn! I began to ask around. I was asking people I spoke honestly with and got honest answers in return. Some gave good insight and good arguments for each question. “We should love them, yes, but only from a distance and pray for them from afar. We do not need to associate with them for “Bad company corrupts good character.” (1Cor. 15:33). Point taken. I wasn’t fully convinced. I began to dig deeper into the Word and try and find some kind of answers. After diligent searches, nothing. All it did was make it even harder for me to find a conclusion. I mean the verses to back my first arguments were all found in the same book. The Bible. See my dilemma? My question was always “What/how should a Christian do/act if…” I began to pray, “Father, please give me revelation on my question. Give me scripture to find where YOU stand on this topic. What would YOU do if this happened?” God’s response to me was “You know, Hunter. My son does have a biography. Check him out.” DUH!! I decided, shortly after bouncing randomly between Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, that I would just start from the beginning in Matthew 1:1 and go to the end of John’s last verse. And so I read. I began to find other things in Matthew that I had never known and it caught my interest. Soon, I forgot my main mission and put it to the side and gnawed on other topics. A couple weeks went by and I completely forgot about my original question as it left my thoughts. That was until God kept me up one morning at 2:30. I was doing a little late night studying. “Better late than never.” I was reading in Matthew 9 that particular night. Matthew 9:9 starts by Jesus going to Matthew (or Levi), who was a tax collector and saying “Follow me.” In verse 10, Jesus then went to Matthew’s house and ate. He not only ate with Matthew, and his own disciples, but also with “many other tax collectors and ‘sinners.’” The Pharisees, in verse 11, saw this and asked Jesus' disciples why Jesus was among them and eating with them. The reason they asked this was unknown to me. God bless the study Bible. It says “Jewish tax collectors were regarded as outcasts. They could not serve as witnesses or as judges and were expelled from the synagogues. In the eyes of the Jewish community their disgrace extended to their families.” WOW!! That means if your dad or brother or son was a tax collector, good luck, because you are gonna need it to make it in life. The phrase “sinners” also had me stumped. So, again, God bless the study bible. “SinnersNotoriously evil people as well as those who refused to follow the Mosaic Law interpreted by the teachers of the law. The term was commonly used of tax collectors, adulterers, robbers and the like.” Basically, the Pharisees were asking why Jesus was eating among all these people that are known for evil things, people that have been proclaimed as outcasts. I even asked these questions. His answer is incredible! The answer to my prayers is finally here. Verse 12 “On hearing this, Jesus said, ‘it is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick. 13But go and learn what this means: ‘I desire mercy, not sacrifice.’ For I have not come to call the righteous, but sinners.” Jesus was eating among sinners. If you aren’t aware, when they would eat among each other it was a sign of great friendship. Jesus was declaring them as friends. He was saying to them, “Hey, I know what people call you and how they treat you, but you know what, I don’t care. I’m gonna love you anyway. I’ll be your friend. Not from a distance, but at the dinner table. Come break bread with me. I’ll accept you.” It got the attention of the Pharisees. And 10 out of 10 times when Jesus angered the “Men of the Law,” he was doing something right. I’ve come to the conclusion that you don’t have to have everything together for Jesus to be your friend. He loves you! He didn’t come to call the righteous, but the sinners. The people like me. I’m a sinner. 100 percent guilty. 100 percent forgiven. As the church, I think we struggle with accepting people where they are in life. So what if they are pregnant, or addicted to drugs, or porn. So what if they are a convicted felon, or live on the streets. So what if they smell funny or have a weird hairstyle. How do you expect them to grasp the fact that God accepts them where they are, if we can’t accept them? Love them anyway. Isn’t the great Sunday school answer “Hate the sin, love the sinner.” God has called us to walk with each other. “As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.” (Proverbs 27:17) We need to get out and touch the lives of the people that need our help. Touch the people that need God’s help. No more telling people they need to leave their junk at the church doors before they enter. No more telling people they need to quit drugs, or prostituting, or any of the “sinners” credentials before we’ll accept them. It' s nonsense. “While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” (Romans 5:8) He accepted you when you had garbage. Reach out and touch the life of someone who isn’t accepted by the world, by the “law men,” or by the church. God bless. Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 21, 2014€ 9B Path of Faith Friends In High Places

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Path of Faith 10B € Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Calling All Churches:Send VBS Information By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. Summer is almost here as children's eyes turn away from the clock in the classroom to the calendar. They anticipate the final bell to ring for the school year, signaling the beginning of summer and their vacation. One of the joys that children often experience during the summer is school itself – only this is VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL. If your church is one of those churches who help put smiles on children by offering VBS, please email the information to jacob@jacobbembry.com or call him at (850) 673-8269 (if no answer, please leave a message) and he will be glad to put the information in The Path of Faith for you.

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Madison County Carrier € Wednesday, May 21, 2014€ 11B Path of Faith Sign Up Now For North Florida Youth Camp By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. A “Flood Warning” is in effect for the North Florida Youth Camps, to be held at the Live Oak Church of God, in Live Oak, this summer. There are two different camps, with two different dates, set for the fourday and three-night camps. The first camp to be held will be the Teen Camp, to be held from July 7-11, and will feature Phil Stacey as the speaker for the evening services. The Primary/Junior Camp will be held July 14-18 and will feature Kevin McGlamery as the speaker for each evening's services. Applications can be picked up for both camps at Madison Church of God or Midway Church of God. The fee for each camp is $90 per person with a $25 deposit. A camp t-shirt is guaranteed if the teen or child is registered by June 20. According to the website for the camp ( www.liveoakchurchofgod.com ), “North Florida Youth Camp facilities are located in the town of Live Oak in beautiful North Florida. Located on Live Oak Church of God's 34 acre campus we have our main sanctuary that seats 400-500 people with a fellowship hall, education wing and a miniature commercial kitchen. In our 15,000 sq. ft. Family Life Center, we have a full size gym where you will find basketball, dodge ball, volleyball and a variety of other games. In this building we also have a cafeteria, full size commercial kitchen, youth room, conference rooms, weight room, showers and lockers in the restrooms. “Then, we have our 10 room sleeping lodge (dormitory) each one equipped with 16 beds, two toilets, two showers and two sinks. We also have outdoor activities with a softball field, football and soccer field (under construction). “North Florida Youth Camp is known for its food. Our food is not your typical camp foodsome of our food is homemade. We have one of the best camp experiences around, especially for the price. Typical camps like ours will cost upward to $200 per camper but we still offer camp for under $100. We have great moral, great recreation, dynamic worship and speakers. The overall experience is worth every dime. Our heart is to reach young people for Christ! Here are our objectives: To win all campers to Christ. To provide opportunities for Christian growth through prayer, God's Word, and experiencing the fullness of the Holy Spirit. To provide counseling for spiritual needs. To provide a mentor and encourage good habits of personal Christian living. To provide opportunities for leadership, service and the application of spiritual truths. To establish good attitudes toward the body as being God's temple. To provide an atmosphere conducive to Christian fellowship and personal relationships. “North Florida Youth Camp has several denominations represented each year at our camps with Church of God, Pentecostal Holiness, Assemblies of God, Baptist and more. “We look forward to seeing you here at NFYC in Live Oak soon."

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