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The Madison enterprise-recorder

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The Madison enterprise-recorder
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Madison enterprise recorder
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Enterprise-recorder
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Madison, Fla
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Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
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Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.

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Election Results
Economic Development Tax Breaks, Vickers Win; Johnson,
Ragans, Henderson Go To November General Election
By Jacob - a recount would be
Bembry Ii .I I needed between


Greene
Publishing, Inc.
The econom-
ic development
tax breaks were
renewed, an in-
cumbent county
commissioner
won his primary
and nothing was
settled in the
race to deter-
mine a new Dis-
trict 1 school Ricky Henders
board member.
Tina Johnson was the top vote get-
ter in the District 1 school board race.
She received 347 votes to 200 votes each


n Ronnie Ragans
for Ricky Henderson and Ronnie Ra-
gans.
County Attorney Tom Reeves
checked with the elections law to see if


Sheriff's Budget Will

Not Be Cut This Year


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Sheriff Ben Stewart
was breathing a sigh of
relief after a budget meet-
ing with the county com-
mission on Wednesday,
Aug. 25.
"They're not asking
for any cuts in the Sher-
iff's Office budget this
year," he told this writer
in a telephone interview.
When Stewart took
over as sheriff, he inherit-


ed a budget that had
already been
chopped by $150,000.
His department op-
erated on that for
nine months. His
next budget fell un-
der the blade of the
ax to the tune of
$350,000.
"We had a half-
million dollars in
tax cuts in two
Please see Sheriff's
Budget, Page 3


Dave Galbraith League

Holding Registration


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Dave Galbraith Football and
Cheerleading League will have sign-
ups on Saturday Aug. 28, and Saturday,
Sept. 4, from 9 a.m. until noon at the
Madison County Courthouse.
Parents are is asked to bring their
child with them to sign-ups. They are
also requested to bring a birth certifi-


Photo submitted

Sheriff's Office Seizes

Over $32,000 In

U.S. Currency


Madison County
Sheriff Ben Stewart re-
ports that on Tuesday,
Aug. 24, at 9:45 a.m., in-
vestigators of the Madi-


I t jI
Shavonte T. Holloman


son County Sheriff's Of-
fice Drug Task Force
stopped a vehicle on In-
terstate 10 for a traffic
infraction that resulted
in the arrest of
Bartholomew Demetri
Lawson, 31, of Quincy,
Shavonte T. Holloman,
22, also of Quincy, and
the seizure of $32,155.00
in US currency that is
now pending forfeiture
proceedings.
The Drug Task
Force investigators de-
tected signs of possible
criminal activity and


conducted a consent
search. During the
search, investigators lo
Please see Currency
Seizure, Page 3


Bartholomew Lawson


cate and insurance card to the sign-
ups.
The cost to participate per child is $50.
There will be 6-7-year old teams; 8-
10-year-old teams; and 11-13-year-old
teams. Cheerleaders will range in age
from 5-13 years old.
Remember to go and get registered
for another exciting season of Dave
Galbraith Football and Cheerleading.


Henderson and Ra-
gans. New rules
state that if it were
a presidential pref-
erence primary, the
county would have
to wait until over-
seas absentee bal-
lots were counted.
Since it was a regu-
lar primary, how-
ever, the rule says
that since Hender-
Tina Johnson son and Ragans
tied and Johnson did not receive 50 per-
cent plus one vote in the election, all
three candidates will go to the Novem-
Please see Election Results, Page 3


Pedestrian

Killed In

Columbia

County

Accident
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing,
Inc.
A man, who had
both a Madison and
Live Oak address,
was killed while
crossing the road . .
early Saturday
morning, Aug. 22, in
Columbia County William Smith
According to a
Florida Highway Patrol report, Shanda M.
Woodrum, 22, of Nicholasville, Ky., was
eastbound on Interstate 10 in the area of
the 309-marker.
At that time, William Sentell Smith, 30,
was walking eastbound in the right lane of
1-10.
Woodrum' 2000 Chevrolet Camaro
Please see Pedestrian Killed, Page 3


First 200 KIds o et

Ooodie Bags For

Back-To-School

KIds Pay


Ready for Back to School Kids Day tomorrow at Subway, from left to right,
Miranda Pastor, December L. Webb, assistant manager, Nikki Harris and Tammie
C. Peck, store manager.
By M.K. Graves
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The first week of school has just been completed and children deserve a pat
on the back to celebrate the new school year.
Subway is introducing a fun event called Back to School Kids Day this Sat-
urday, Aug. 28, from 9-11 a.m. at 1-10 and State Road 53. With the help of Dairy
Queen and Wendy's, Subway is giving the first 200 children who come in free
Please see Back-To-School, Page 3


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More Scooter

Than I Wanted
Next Wednesday, Sept. 1, will be my birthday.
Memories of birthdays and Christmases bring back
memories of gifts and the generosity of friends,
families and my parents. I remember the Daisy air
rifle that I got for my 10th birthday. I remember the
guitar (which I never learned to play) that I got for
Christmas one year.
I remember the guitar cost my family a pretty
penny back in the day when pennies were actually
pretty and bought things like Bazooka Joe bubble
gum and candy. If you had a pretty piggy bank full of
pretty pennies, you could use just a few of them and
buy exotic things like candy bars, Coca-Colas, comic
books and trading cards. I remember as a child buy-
ing baseball cards, football cards, basketball cards,
Osmonds trading cards, Brady Bunch trading cards,
Munsters trading cards and taffy with the crew from
the Archies on each package.
One gift from my parents that I got (and I can't
remember if it was for my birthday or Christmas)
was a scooter.
I remember asking Daddy and Mama for a scoot-
er and being told that it was expensive. My less-than-
five-year-old mind couldn't comprehend what
expensive was and I said that I wanted a scooter.
Mama, who wasn't working at the time, went and got
a job just so there would be enough money to buy me
a scooter.
The scooter was beautiful. It was adorned with a
windshield in front with a badge and the words 'PO-
LICE DEPARTMENT." When it was pedaled, it
sounded just like a motorcycle engine. It was every
boy's dream.
I didn't like it. It wasn't what I had wanted.
What I had wanted was a simple scooter that you
had to push along and then jump on and ride. It
would have cost much less than what my parents
had bought.
Back then, I was too young to realize what ap-
preciation was. A few years later, I came to realize
the sacrifices that my parents made for all of us chil-
dren.
Sometimes, when we ask God for something, He
gives us more than we want. The scooter my parents
presented me with was more scooter than I wanted.
Sometimes, God will do that for us. He already
paid the ultimate sacrifice for us by sending His son,
Jesus Christ, to die on the cross for us. We should
think about that and learn to appreciate it.
I hope that God gives me more than I want when
I pray. He has promised us abundance in Ephesians
3:20. We should expect it!
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Make Homework


Family Project


Now that school is in
full swing, homework is
going to be a nightly ritu-
al in many homes. Al-
though children and
parents often dread it,
homework provides an
important opportunity
for children to practice
what they have learned
in school. At home, they


Madison Count
Extension Servi
Diann Douglas
Guest Columnist


can get more in-depth information, apply skills
learned more broadly, obtain important learning
and organizational skills, and learn how to work
independently with self-discipline. Homework
can also provide an opportunity for parents to get
a sense of what their children are doing in
school, how well they are doing, and enhance
their relationship with their children.
Heidi Radunovich, UF/IFAS Extension Spe-
cialist in Family Development offers the follow-
ing suggestions:
* Set a regular family quiet time for work-
ing. It helps to have a family quiet time set aside
in the afternoon or evening for study, reading and
working on homework. Regardless of whether or
not children have homework assigned, everyone
in the family should participate in this quiet
time, and children without homework should use
the time to read or review school lessons.
* Find a good location. It is helpful to set
aside a comfortable place in the home where your
child can do homework, such as a desk or a
kitchen table with a chair. It helps to have good
lighting. Younger children will need more assis-
tance with and monitoring of their homework, so
picking a location that is within easy view of the
parent is helpful.
* Minimize distractions. Turn off the TV
and make video games off-limits during quiet
time. Although some children seem to enjoy
working while listening to music, there is some
evidence to suggest that even music can be dis-
tracting. If you do let children listen to music
while working, make sure that the music is quiet,
and not distracting to other children who are
working.
* Express interest and enthusiasm in your
child's homework. Ask about the assignment,
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are interested and care about their work.
* Set a good example. Children watch
what we do, and if we model good study skills,
read, and organize our time well, our children
will learn from our example.
* Give praise and encouragement. Home-
work can be tiring and frustrating, so make
sure to praise children for their efforts, even if
they are struggling. Give children the message
that they are capable of doing the homework
and that you believe in them. If necessary, en-
courage them to take short breaks after they
finish smaller tasks so that they don't get too fa-
tigued or restless.
* Don't do your child's homework! Al-
though it may be tempting at times, it is impor-
tant for children to do the work themselves.
Not only do they not learn if you do the work
for them, it gives them the message that you
think they can't do it, or they are not important
enough to take the time to help with homework.
Start your homework routine this week to
get everyone off to the right start for a success-
ful school year. For more information on fami-
ly and child development, contact the Madison
County Extension Service.
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Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3


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3By B finy A. Bezick


Conservative

Activis

Starts Here!


America's youth are being reached out to by an
internationally recognized organization, the
Young American's Foundation. YAF holds annual
conservative conferences for both college and high
school students. These conferences are held at
George Washington University in D.C. and the Rea-
gan Research Center in Santa Barbara, Cal. This is
a fabulous opportunity for students to embrace be-
ing an American and be surrounded by other stu-
dents who feel a love and support for America. The
conference is geared towards helping the students,
from the U.S., Britain and Canada, bring conser-
vatism and conservative ideas back to America and
its allies, starting with their school campuses. The
YAF conferences are five days filled with powerful
and intriguing speakers who are key leaders of the
"Conservative Movement" in America.
This year, two of our very own from Madison,
Brittany and Brooke Bezick, went to the DC con-
ference from Aug. 2-7. Some of this year's speakers
included Newt Gingrich, Herman Cain, Kate Oben-
shain, Bay Buchanan, Michelle Easton, George
Allen and Fred Thompson. The speakers convey
some of their own experiences fighting the liberals
on their campus while they were in school and how
they continue to fight in their daily lives. They
touch on hot topic issues conservatives are faced
with and give helpful counter arguments to liberal
opinions. Each speaker's message is enveloped in
their pride for America's founding and underlying
want to restore America to its brightest days.
The conferences are truly inspiring and leave
each student with a driving desire to stand up and
make a difference. It is our job, as the future of
America, to take notice of the direction America is
heading and stand up against it. YAF's goal is to in-
still in the hearts of young conservatives the ideas
of individual freedom, a strong national defense,
free enterprise and traditional values. For more in-
formation, visit www.yaf.org.
"Freedom is a fragile thing and is never more
than one generation away from extinction."
- Ronald Reagan
Join the Republican Club of Madison County.
Meets noon on Monday September 13th at
Shelby's Restaurant.
We are intent on working to bring Republicans
into office who will bring sanity, fiscal control,
and respect for the freedoms enshrined in the
Constitution. Guests are welcome.
The Madison County Republican Executive
Committee meets the 4th Tuesday of each
month. If you are a Republican and are
interested in learning how you can help our
efforts, please come join us or contact us as the
below email.
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Currency Seizure Madison County...

cont from Page 1


cated a small amount of marijuana inside Hollo-
man's purse. During further search of the vehicle, a
box was located on the back seat and was found to
contain a large duct-taped package. At that point,
both Lawson and Holloman denied owning the box
and package or knowing who the owner of the box
was.
The duct-taped package was cut open and found
to contain a black plastic trash bag that contained 30
bundles of U.S. currency The currency was pack-
aged in a manner that is indicative of a drug couri-
er's fashion of transporting currency used for drug
transactions. Both Lawson and Holloman voluntari-
ly signed a disclaimer of ownership form for the
currency
Bartholomew Demetri Lawson was arrested and
charged with driving with a suspended license per
court order for child support delinquency.
Shavonte T. Holloman was arrested and charged
with possession of marijuana less than 20 grams
and an active out of county arrest warrant.
The Drug Enforcement Administration (D.E.A.)
has adopted the case for federal forfeiture.

Back-To-School

cont from Page 1
goodie bags filled with school and non-school good-
ies.
Tammie Peck, Subway store manager, treats the
smallest customers right, and she wants to give em-
ployees an exciting, stable place to work.
So, what's inside each goodie bag? Peck revealed
the contents that children will find fascinating are
"a free chocolate chip cookie, bookmark, pencils,
balloons, subman coloring page and a five pack of
crayons, blizzard mobile coloring page with three
crayons, Dairy Queen DQ tattoo, coupons for free
food, discount coupons for stores and the Subway
Welcome Card, which has six free food items, deals
and more."
Tammie Peck said that Subway also kicked off
Kids Night on Tuesday nights, when kids eat free.
She said lots of other celebrations are planned for
this year. "We're hoping to be the Tailgating Head-
quarters for sports," said Peck.
Subway's location at 1-10 and State Road 53 is an
easy drive for most Madison County residents and
visitors. Children are invited to attend with their
families at the Back To School Kids Day tomorrow
morning.
M.K. Graves can be reached at
Marianne@greenepublishing.com


Pedestrian Killed

cont from Page 1
struck Smith with its right front causing damage to
the car's hood, windshield and roof.
After the collision, the Camaro continued east-
bound and came to a final rest in the eastbound
emergency lane, facing south.
Smith's body came to a final rest in the east-
bound grassy shoulder.
On the report, Smith's address was listed as Live
Oak. He also had an address listed as Madison.
FHP Trooper S. Walker was the investigating of-
ficer. FHP Cpl. Phil Sumner was the homicide inves-
tigator.


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8/17
Richard Daniel
Ybarra - Possession of
marijuana less than 20
grams, possession of
drug paraphernalia
Brandon Trevor
Kellstrom - Possession
of marijuana less than
20 grams, possession of
drug equipment
8/18
Ned Richard Mc-
Namer - Out of county
warrant, disorderly in-
toxication
Robert Lewis Hicks,
Jr. - Battery (domestic
violence)
8/19
Theresa Mae Ca-
wood - VOP (driving
while license suspended)
Amanda Fico -
Child neglect
William Register -
Child abuse
Jermaine Quantez
Monson - Fraudulent
use of credit cards, VOP
(circuit)
8/20
Darryl Lorraine
Carter - Out of county
warrant
Daniel Lee Weaver -
Abuse (child neglect),
battery on a spouse, pos-
session of Xanax
James Alvin Waples
- Out of county warrant,


possession of marijuana
less than 20 grams, pos-
session of drug para-
phernalia
8/21
Nichole Charmaine
Wilson - Driving while
license suspended, leav-
ing the scene of an acci-
dent
8/22
Angus Clayborne
Davenport - Battery (do-
mestic violence)
Ozell Jones - Fail-
ure to appear for compli-
ance
Robert Anthony
Seago - Attaching a tag
not assigned
Gary Leonard
Givens - Battery (do-
mestic violence)
Brandon Rostelle
Williams - Aggravated
battery (domestic vio-
lence)
Carlos Bernard
Mitchell - Out of coun-
ty warrant
8/23
Joseph Jermaine
Reddick - Battery (do-
mestic violence)
Cierra Jones - VOP
Barney Joe Turner
- VOP (circuit)
Cathy Suzanne
Lester - Forgery (utter-
ing checks), grand
theft


Election Results

cont from Page 1
ber general election.
A runoff would have been set for November be-
cause school board races are non-partisan. There
are no more runoffs in partisan races.
Wayne Vickers won the primary for District 2
county commissioner. Vickers had 402 votes to 186
for Pat Raines.
The economic development tax exemption ques-
tion was decided with 2,018 voters deciding to con-
tinue giving county commissioners the option to
grant tax exemptions for new or expanding busi-
nesses in the county 1,159 voted "no."
Curtis Richardson garnered most of the votes in
Madison County for State Senate, District 6; howev-
er, former Leon County School Superintendent Bill
Montford won the primary for the district. Montford
will face Republican John Shaw, nonpartisan candi-
date David Abrams and write-in candidate Harrison
Arencibian in the November general election.
For complete results from Madison County,
please see page 5


Sheriff'


Budget


cont from Page 1
years," Stewart said. "The other departments had
not been cut during that time."
While Stewart said that there would not be any
tax cuts, he probably won't be getting any budget
increases. Still, he is glad to escape the budget ax
this year.
"The only other place we could cut was peo-
ple," he said, noting that the salaries, Social Secu-
rity and Medicare expenses were the biggest part
of his budget.
Stewart said that some expenses could not
have been cut at all, like meals for the jail's in-
mates.
"We pay $1.40 per meal three times a day times
70 or 80 inmates," he said. "There is no way that
could be cut."
Stewart said that approximately 30 employees
of the Sheriff's Office showed up. He had not invit-
ed them to come but they showed up to ask the
commission to support their department.
"While we were cutting our budget the last two
years," Stewart said, "everyone else was enjoying
increases. Now, it's someone else's turn."


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James
Berdie Mae Green
James, 96, a retired sales
and office clerk in Madison
passed away Sunday Au-
gust 22, 2010, in Woodville,
Texas, where she had lived
with her daughter since
July 2000. Mrs. James was
born in Live Oak and lived
most of her life in Madison.
She worked for Western
Auto Store and retired from
Copeland Gas Company in
Madison in 1976. She was a
member of Hillister Baptist
Church in Texas and was
formerly a member of Faith
Baptist Church in Madison.
Survivors include a
daughter, Shelby Jean Tins-
ley (and husband, Bobby) of
Woodville, Texas, and a son,
Wiley James (and wife,
Irma) of Tallahassee; seven
grandchildren; 16 great-
grandchildren; 15 great-
great- grandchildren; a
brother, Shelton Green of
Jacksonville; and a sister,
May Belle Green Hindman
of Middleburg. She was pre-
ceded in death by her hus-
band, Julian M. James in
1958 and by a daughter,
Mary Ann Curles in 1996.
The family will receive
friends from 9:30-10:30 a.m.
on Saturday August 28,2010,
at Beggs Funeral Home in
Madison with burial to fol-
low at Oakridge Cemetery
In lieu of flowers,
memorial contributions
may be made to Odyssey
VistaCare Hospice Founda-
tion, 717 N. Harwood, Suite
1500, Dallas, TX 75201.
Beggs Funeral Home in
Madison (850-973-2258) is in
charge of arrangements.


August 28
Yard sale in front
of O'Neal's benefiting
Mt. Olive Baptist
Church's building and
missionary fund. 6
a.m.-2 p.m.
August 28
Dave Galbraith
Football and Cheer-
leading League sign-
ups, 9 a.m.-12 noon,
Madison County Cour-
thouse. Bring $50 reg-
istration fee, proof of
insurance, birth cer-
tificate and child par-
ticipating.
August 28
Suwannee Valley
Humane Society will
be having a rabies and
micro-chip clinic on
August 28 from 9 a.m-4
p.m. The cost is $10.00
for rabies and $30.00
micro-chip. Services
provided by Dr. Alba
Sosa from Animal
Care Center of Lake
Park. For more infor-
mation contact the Hu-
mane Society at
866-236-7812 or local
850-971-9904.
August 29
Mount Olive Bap-
tist Church, located on
Highway 53 South, will
host the Lighthouse
Children's Home Girls
Choir, from Tallahas-
see, on Sunday, Aug. 29,
beginning at 6 p.m.
Everyone is invited.
August 31
Aucilla Football
Boosters Tuesday
night Fish Fry. Begin-
ning Tuesday August
31st at 6:30 pm - Cost
$8. On the menu is:
Choice of either fried
mullet or fried chicken
or smoked chicken and


cheese grits, coleslaw,
hushpuppies, sweet tea
and some of the best
homemade desserts
you've ever tasted!
Take out is available.
September 1
The Alzheimer's
Project, Inc. is excited
to announce the ar-
rival of a new support
group in Madison.
This support group
will meet the first
Wednesday of each
month beginning
Wednesday, September
1. at First United
Methodist Church, 348
SW Rutledge St., Madi-
son, from 11:30.
September 4
Dave Galbraith
Football and Cheer-
leading League sign-
ups, 9 a.m.-12 noon,
Madison County Cour-
thouse. Bring $50 reg-
istration fee, proof of
insurance, birth cer-
tificate and child par-
ticipating.
First and Third
Saturday of
the Month
Girl Scout Troop
150 meets at Greenville
United Methodist
Church every first and
Third Saturday of the
month from 10 a.m. un-
til noon. Please call
Janice or Sean Carson
at 850/948-6901 or the
Girl Scout Council Of-
fice at 850/386-2131 for
more information.
First Friday of
Each Month
Everyone is invited
to gospel (open mic)
sings at Lee Worship
Center the first Friday
night of each month,
beginning at 7 p.m.


The church is located
at 397 Magnolia Dr. in
Lee. Everyone is asked
to bring a dish for the
potluck supper. There
will be great musi-
cians, so those who can
play an instrument are
welcome to come and
join in. Bring a friend
with you. For more in-
formation, call Allen
McCormick at (850)
673-948
Every First And
Third Monday
Consolidated
Christian Ministries,
located at 799-C SW
Pinckney Street in
Madison has changed
their food distribution
give-out days. Food will
now be given out on the
first and third Mon-
days of each month
from 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
to those who have
signed up and qualified
in accordance with
USDA guidelines. Any-
one can come in and
see if they qualify and
sign up on the follow-
ing days: Tuesday,
Wednesday or Thurs-
day from 9 a.m.-11:45
a.m.
Each Weekday
Except Tuesday
The Senior Citi-
zens Center offers com-
puter classes to seniors
60 and older each week-
day except Tuesday.
For more information
or to sign up, please
call (850) 973-4241.
Every
Tuesday-Saturday
The Diamonds in
the Ruff Adoption Pro-
gram at the Suwannee
Valley Humane Society
is open every Tuesday


through Saturday from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. It is lo-
cated on 1156 SE Bisbee
Loop, Madison, FL
32340. For more infor-
mation, or directions,
call (866) 236-7812 or
(850) 971-9904.
Second and Fourth
Saturday of
Each Month
The Madison
Church of God hosts a
free soup kitchen the
second and fourth Sat-
urday of each month at
the Greenville Senior
Citizens Center. Lunch
is served from noon to
1p.m.
Third Tuesday
of Each Month
The Greater
Greenville Area Dia-
betes Support Group is
a free educational ser-
vice and support for di-
abetes and those
wanting to prevent dia-
betes. The group meets
the third Tuesday of
each month at the
Greenville Public Li-


brary Conference
Room at 312 SW
Church St., Greenville,
11-11:30 a.m. Everyone
is welcome!
Every Wednesday
and Friday
The Senior Citi-
zens Center's sewing
club for seniors 60 and
older meets every
Wednesday and Friday.
For more information
or to sign up, please
call (850) 973-4241.

Fourth Wednesday of
Each Month
An informational
meeting for those in-
jured and needing help
returning to work will
be held the fourth
Wednesday of each
month from 12-3 p.m.
at the Madison County
Extension Office locat-
ed at 184 College Loop,
Madison. The meeting
is free and open to the
public. For more infor-
mation, please call
(850) 245-3489.


Tha/k/ YouY
The family of Archie Jimmy Coody ac-
knowledges with grateful appreciation your
kind expressions of sympathy. Your cards,
phone calls, visits and, most importantly,
prayers throughout our illness and loss have
meant more to us than you will ever know.
Also, the beautiful flowers and plants sent and
the delicious food and various supplies
brought were so very much appreciated. We
will miss our husband, father and grandfather
terribly, but on to God's blessed assurance that
we will see him again one day.
With love,
Carolyn Coody
And
Greg, LaWanda, Magan
and Caroline Jennings
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Madison Enterprise-Recorder 5


Getting To Know Madison's


School Resource Officers


By Kristin Finney
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Madison County is rep-
resented by six public
schools; three elementary,
one combined elementary
and middle, one alternative
school and one high school.
Each of these schools re-
quires at least one resource
officer to be assigned to
them.
A school resource offi-
cer's job is to ultimately pro- Maurice Alexander
tect the students in case of emergency They are also hel
there to inform and educate students on different sub-
jects. The officers are responsible for bringing in sur
speakers to teach students about drug and sex safety the
These men also do presentations with K-9 units to lar
let students know what the K-9 officers do and how they


Marcus Jones


p the police.
Resource officers ar
re student safety They
e day as well as after
activities.
Madison's public sc


Seniors Celebrate

Their Birthdays, Aug. 31
The Senior Citizens Council of Madi- Another upcoming event at the Se-
son County invites all senior citizens to a nior Citizens Center is Pretty Hat Day on
Birthday Celebration this Tuesday, Aug. Wednesday, Sept. 15, at noon. Community
31, during lunchtime. A big cake is judges will make the top choices for a day
planned and plenty of fun is in store for of fashion fun.
Madison County residents age 60 and For more information about senior
over. activities and services, call (850) 973-4241.


United Way




Sets Goal




At $115,000


By M.K. Graves
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The United Way of
the Big Bend met last
Tuesday morning at
Shelby's Restaurant for
the kickoff of the 2010
Madison County cam-
paign.
"We've got a group
that's different this
year," said Willie
Gamalero, UWBB cam-
paign chair. He was
pleased with last year's
participation and he
thinks participation will
increase with the new
team.
Gamalero an-
nounced this year's
Madison County goal of
$115,000, which is almost
$10,000 more than was
raised last year. "We're
going to shoot to be done
by Oct. 31," he said.
Last year, United
Way in Madison County
raised $106,021.10 in
about five months.
"That's a huge feat," said
Gamalero, considering
the market. Those funds
were recently allocated
to 21 Madison County
human service agencies
and will be distributed
soon. Sam McGhee, Gin-
ger Jarvis and Walter
Boatright attended Tues-
day's meeting; they were


part of the volunteer
team that allocated
funds to provide ser-
vices for local people in
need.
"This is a very nur-
turing, supportive group
around this table," said
Walter Boatright of
Madison County District
Schools. He believes
United Way's communi-
ty investment is going to
have an impact, and a
rippling effect. "If every-
body could give $5 a
week or more, we could
grow," said Boatright,
who said giving up a
$1.25 Coke each week
would make a donation
of $12,500 expand to
$25,200.
Gamalero, assistant
VP/investment officer
with Madison County
Community Bank, said,
"If you look at Consoli-
dated Christian Min-
istries, they served
14,583 meals. That's
meeting a lot of needs,
ladies and gentlemen."
Rosa Richardson, ex-
ecutive director of the
Madison County Senior
Citizens Council, said,
"I'm here to express ap-
preciation and grati-
tude. Our main goal is to
help our seniors stay in
their homes as long as


re also at the schools to en-
y are school security during
school during extracurricu-
hools share three different
resource officers. Sgt.
Maurice Alexander is
responsible for Madison
Excel Alternative
School, Greenville Ele-
mentary, Pinetta Ele-
mentary and Lee
Elementary School. Cpl.
Josh Harris is over Madi-
son County Central


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possible and also to give
services to caretakers."
The agency will re-
ceive $28,800, the largest
allocation for 2009 from
United Way of the Big
Bend.
Deanna Samaha of
Nestle Waters in Lee has
expanded their team for
United Way this year.
She said they'll focus on
Nestle's participation
rate, leadership giving
and company match to
continue to do well to-
ward United Way's goal.
Howard Phillips not-
ed that Madison County
Community Bank had
100 percent participa-
tion in the United Way
campaign last year. He is
the bank's senior vice
president and Chief Fi-
nancial Officer.
Heather Mitchell,
vice president of re-
source development for
United Way of the Big
Bend, covers eight coun-
ties and she compliment-
ed Madison County
volunteers on three ar-
eas: "There is great need
and you recognized it;
all of you came together
to do something about it;
and the fact is, you do it
with joy in your hearts.
Thank you for that," she
said.
The next meeting is
Sept. 7 at noon at Madi-
son County Community
Bank.
Mary Carol Kaney,
who is Madison Coun-
ty's campaign associate,
has invited Agriculture
Commissioner Charles
Bronson to the Oct. 2
United Way of the Big
Bend's celebration
event. ""He said he'll at-
tend," said Kaney "It's
not an FSU or Florida
week at home, either."
At the end of the
United Way kickoff
meeting, Jackie Johnson
said, "Start your engines

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School. Finally, Deputy
Marcus Jones, who is
over Madison County
High School.
Sgt. Alexander is
married to Tresca. They
have two children, Asia,
who is 14, and Amari,
who is four. Sgt. Alexan-
der told this reporter, "I
do this because I enjoy
investing in our kids
and the future. These
Josh Harris kids are our future."
Deputy Marcus Jones is married to Priscilla.
He and his wife have five children: Darrius, 13; Mar-
cus, 10; Mar'Quez, seven; Savannah, five; and
Mar'Kazius, four. When asked what brought him
into this business, Deputy Jones said, "Just striving
to try to keep kids in touch with education and re-
ality Trying to show the importance of a good edu-
cation to our kids. We're just trying to save every
kid we can."
Cpl. Josh Harris has been married for 12 years
to Amber. They have four-year old triplets, Caro-
line, Emma and Malachi. When asked what made
him decide to become a school resource officer he
said, "It was an opportunity to work with kids and
since I have kids I thought it would be good to work
with kids on safety in school."


By Kristin Finney
Greene Publishing, Inc.
On Saturday, Aug. 28, the Suwan-
nee Valley Humane Society will be
hosting a rabies-microchip clinic. It
will begin at 9 a.m. and last until 4 p.m.
There is no need to make an appoint-
ment ahead of time. The shelter is lo-
cated two miles south of Lee at 1156 S.
E. Bisbee Loop.
Dr. Sosa, a licensed vet of the Ani-
mal Care Center of Lake Park, will be
performing these services. The costs
are as follows: Rabies vaccinations $10
or Microchip implantation $30. They
will only be accepting cash. The rabies
shot is a prevention medication and
the microchip is like an ID for your pet.
Anyone in need of more informa-
tion can call (850) 971-9904 or (866) 236-
7812.
The Suwannee Valley Humane So-
ciety, which located in Lee, is home to


hundreds of dogs and cats. With over
50 volunteers the animals at SVHC are
very well taken care of. The Suwannee
Valley Humane Society is a no kill
shelter.
"I push both of these services. The
rabies shot is very important because
a lot of rabid animals that can get
ahold of pets. The ID is also very im-
portant, it helps an owner find their
pet if it gets lost. It also proves that the
animal is their pet. This goes especial-
ly for pure breed owners if their ani-
mal gets stolen because it is proof you
own the animal. A shelter or vet can
scan the chip and get everything they
need to know about the pet: Its owners
name, phone number and address.
Both are very important. We are hop-
ing for a huge success this year and we
hope to see everyone here," said Bar-
bara Tippie of the Suwannee Valley
Humane Society


Election Results


US Senator - R
(Total Precincts: 11; Reported Precincts:
Wm Escoffery Iii 38 (5.467%)
William Billy Kogut 55 (7.913%)
Marco Rubio 602 (86.61%)
US Senator - D
(Total Precincts: 11; Reported Precincts:
Glenn A. Burkett 257 (10.63%)
Maurice A. Ferre 65 (2.689%)
Jeff Greene 998 (41.29%)
Kendrick B. Meek 1,097 (45.38%)


Governor - R
11; Reported Precincts:
61 (8.543%)
264 (36.97%)
389 (54.48%)
Governor - D
11; Reported Precincts:
684 (29.40%)
1,642 (70.59%)
Attorney General -
11; Reported Precincts:
233 (34.72%)
165 (24.59%)
273 (40.68%)
Attorney General -
11; Reported Precincts:
886 (41.71%)
1,238 (58.28%)
State Senator Dist 6


(Total Precincts:
Mike Mccalister
Bill McCollum
Rick Scott

(Total Precincts:
Brian P Moore
Alex Sink

(Total Precincts:
Holly Benson
Pam Bondi
Jeff Kottkamp

(Total Precincts:
Dave Aronberg
Dan Gelber


11 [100%]) Total: 695




11 [100%]) Total: 2,417





11 [100%]) Total: 714




11 [100%]) Total: 2,326


R
11 [100%]) Total: 671



D
11 [100%]) Total: 2,124


(Total Precincts: 9; Reported Precincts: 9 [100%]) Total: 2,167
Bill Montford 1,070 (49.37%)
Curtis Richardson 1,097 (50.62%)
Co Commissioner Dist 2 - D
(Total Precincts: 3; Reported Precincts: 3 [100%]) Total: 588
Pat Raines 186 (31.63%)
Wayne Vickers 402 (68.36%)
School Board Dist 1
(Total Precincts: 1; Reported Precincts: 1 [100%]) Total: 747
Ricky Henderson 200 (26.77%)
Tina Johnson 347 (46.45%)
Ronnie Ragans 200 (26.77%)
Economic Dev Tax Question
(Total Precincts: 11; Reported Precincts: 11 [100%])
Total: 3,177 Yes 2,018 (63.51%) No 1,159 (36.48%)


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Church


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By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A choir from the Lighthouse Chil-
dren's Home will perform on Sunday
evening, Aug. 29, at Mount Olive Bap-
tist Church in Madison.
The girls' choir is well known in
the area and performs at different
churches, schools and civic events
throughout the year.


Everyone is invited to attend the
concert, which is scheduled to begin at
6p.m.
There is no charge for the concert.
A love offering will be received to ben-
efit the Lighthouse Children's Home
in Tallahassee.
Mount Olive Baptist Church is lo-
cated on Highway 53, south of Madi-
son.


I regret to inform the readers of
my column that this will be my last ar-
ticle. The Happenings at Madison
First Baptist will continue once a new
writer can be found. However, at this
time I am unable to continue with this
column. I have recently entered into
my first full time semester at college, I
will also continue working for Greene
Publishing, Inc. full time. All of this
makes my schedule very hectic and I
believe that the Happenings at Madi-
son First Baptist deserves more time
than I will be able to give.
I have loved writing this article
and it has been a true blessing to serve
my church through writing the Hap-
penings. I was bestowed this honor by
a very dear friend, Miss Nell Dobbs. I
would like to thank her for allowing
me to write this weekly column. Also,
thank you to all of my loyal readers
and I would encourage you to continue
reading the future Happenings.
Thank you, First Baptist of Madi-
son, for the opportunity and I have ap-
preciated it greatly God Bless!
Upcoming events at Madison First
Baptist are as follows; All of the de-
partment heads, committee chairper-
sons, etc. must have their budgets
submitted to the Finance Committee
by September 15. They can be turned
into the church office to Sandra Shan-
non. August 29 will be Madison First
Baptist's annual Sunday School
Round-Up! This years goal is 170.


The Good News Clubs have begun
meeting. Anyone interested in signing
up or volunteering should let the
church know as soon as possible. The
group meets every Thursday at Madi-
son County Central School as well as
Pinetta Elementary. Anyone interest-
ed should contact Kara Washington.
We would like to invite you to join
us for our services! Our worship
schedule is as follows: Sunday school
9:45-11 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship
11 a.m.-noon. Sunday Evening Wor-
ship 6-7 p.m. followed by youth dinner
and fellowship until 8p.m. Wednesday
evening services begin at 6 p.m. for
both the adults and youth and lasts un-
til 8 p.m.
"Command and teach these things.
Don't let anyone look down on you be-
cause you are young, but set an example
for the believers in speech, in life, in
love, in faith and in purity. Until I
come, devote yourself to the public read-
ing of Scripture, to preaching and to
teaching. Do not neglect your gift,
which was given you through a
prophetic message when the body of el-
ders laid their hands on you. Be dili-
gent in these matters; give yourself
wholly to them, so that everyone may
see your progress. Watch your life and
doctrine closely. Persevere in them, be-
cause if you do, you will save both your-
self and your hearers" 1 Timothy
4:11-16.
God Bless!


Alzheimer's Support

Group Meeting At

Madison First UMC


The Alzheimer's Project, Inc. is
excited to announce the arrival of a
new support group in Madison.
This support group will meet the
first Wednesday of each month be-
ginning Wednesday, September 1. at
First United Methodist Church, 348
SW Rutledge St., Madison. They will
meet from 11:30 to 1:00 p.m. in the
Fellowship Hall.
The Alzheimer's Project, Inc., a
non-profit organization based in Tal-
lahassee, would like to extend a
warm supportive welcome to all
caregivers.
This support group empowers
caregivers with knowledge and infor-


mation through fellowship and shar-
ing of life experiences with like-
minded individuals who are caring
for a loved one.
A light lunch will be provided
during the meeting. After an initial
assessment, respite care is available
upon request for their loved ones.
All of the services are free of charge.
Please call 850-386-2778 to make your
reservation for the first visit.
Any questions or comments,
please contact Recie Culpepper or
Geno Santopadre, The Alzheimer's
Project, Inc. at (850) 386-2778 or visit
our website at http://www.
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Sports


Friday, August 27, 2010


A Big "Thank You" From The Aucilla Football Boosters


The Aucilla Football Boosters would like to
thank and recognize those individuals and busi-
nesses that helped to fund buses for our four away
games. Our team will be traveling to Destin, Jack-
sonville, Gainesville and Hawthorne. We can assure
you the boys will appreciate and enjoy the comfort
of the buses after their hard fought battles against
these opponents.


Steve Walker Realty
Total Landscape Supply
Big Bend Timber
Kirk Reams
Jefferson County Kennel club
Robert and Marsha Plaines


Waring and Lynn Wyche
Anthony and Charlotte Christy
Waukeenah Fertilizer
Jefferson Farmers Market
Caleb and Lauren Burnette
Farmers and Merchants Bank
Kevin and Leah Aman
Malloys Nursery
Don and Cheryl Turner
Greg and Cindy Watts
Jackson Drug Store-Greenville-Danny Jackson
Capital City Bank
Jackson Drug Store-Monticello-Tracey Jackson
Morris Petroleum
Chicken Delite


Roy Schleicher/Senta Goudy
Mike and Sandy Holm
Monticello Milling
Marty Bishop
Clay Evans
Brick House Eatery
David and Brenda Hobbs
Eric and Patricia Sorensen
Tom and Debbie Copeland
Dave and Tonya Roberts
Clifton and Linda Williams
Felix (Skeet) Joyner


A special thank you to Kevin Aman for making
this possible for the team.


By


Baseball Championships Set For Sunday In Madison
Jacob Bembry The winner of the game will face the South Georgia Diamondbacks at 4:30


Greene Publishing, Inc.
The rains came and washed out last week's baseball tournament in Madi-
son with two games left to play. The tournament and the cake auction have been
reset to begin at 4 p.m. at Madison County High School.
Last weekend, the Georgia Starz were leading the Valdosta Dodgers 4-2 in
the third inning when the rains game. Play will resume in that game.


p.m.
Prior to the game, a cake auction will be held at 4 p.m. to raise money for
the Madison County Senior Citizens Center. Brandon Mugge, of Hickory Hill
Auctions, will be the auctioneer.
The North Florida-South Georgia MABL would like to thank the Tourist De-
velopment Council (TDC) for helping fund the tournament.


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Economic Investment

Environmental
Restoration
Health and Safety
Wildlife


I was born in New Orleans. My family still lives here. We have
to restore the Gulf communities for the shrimpers, fishermen,
hotel and restaurant owners who live and work here.
- Iris Cross, BP Community Outreach


No oil has flowed into the Gulf for weeks. But we know this is just the
beginning of our work. BP has taken full responsibility for the cleanup
in the Gulf and that includes keeping you informed.

Restoring Gulf Communities
We can't undo this tragedy. But we can help people get back on their feet.
We have been working with impacted communities since day one.

Partnering with local governments and community organizations, my job is
to listen to people's needs and frustrations and find ways to help. We have
19 community centers and teams in four states, listening and helping.

Restoring The Economy
BP is here in Gulf communities with shrimpers, fishermen, hotel and
restaurant owners, helping to make them whole.

More than 120,000 claim payments totaling over $375 million have
already gone to people affected by the spill. We have committed a
$20 billion independent fund to pay all legitimate claims, including lost
incomes until people impacted can go back to work. And none of this
will be paid by taxpayers.

BP has also given grants of $87 million to the states to help tourism
recover and bring people back to the Gulf beaches.

Restoring The Environment
We're going to keep looking for oil and cleaning it up if we find it. Teams
will remain in place for as long as it takes to restore the Gulf Coast.

And we've dedicated $500 million to work with local and national scientific
experts on the impact of the spill and to restore environmental damage.

Thousands of BP employees have their roots in the Gulf. We support
over 10,000 jobs in the region and people here are our neighbors. We
know we haven't always been perfect, but we will be here until the oil
is gone and the people and businesses are back to normal. We will do
everything we can to make this right.


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From the October 22, 1971 Enterprise-Recorder
The Bank of Greenville wishes to salute the faculty of Greenville Middle School. Left to right, front row: Crocia Reams,
Lueva Demps, Jackie Purvis, Elizabeth Warren, Dianne Lipscomb, Virginia Fulford, Rose Mary Williams and Jan Brown.
Middle row, left to right: Barbara Montgomery, Lillian Balloon, Anna Golden, Elzada Jackson, Colleen Campbell, Mary Lee
Nesbitt, Leitha Cooks and Cora Lee Peacock. Back row, left to right: John Greene, Nelson Cone, George Pridgeon, Dale
Auten, Wayne Boyd, Pat Doyle and Edward Hill.


From the November 12, 1971
Madison Enterprise-Recorder
Accepting their cash award for an eleventh place finish in
the first Florida 4-H Forest Ecology Contest are Senior Divi-
sion Team members Mike Rowell, Jonathan Jackson, David
Combass and Henry Fountain. Art Alston, second from right,
is the Madison County Extension Director. Presenting the
award is Florida Forestry Association Executive Carroll Lamb.


August 25, 1950
A.C. Coody of Pinetta left last week
for Harrow, Ontario, Canada, where he
will work for six weeks in tobacco.
Mr. and Mrs. James Copeland and
children spent last week at the Ashley
Lodge at Cherry Lake.
Clifton Clark, who has been visit-
ing his step-dad and mother, Mr. and
Mrs. Hazel Malone, has returned to
Avon Park, where he will resume his
senior year school studies.
A bulletin issued at Henderson-
ville, N.C. on Aug. 15 stated former
Florida Gov. Cary Hardee of Live Oak
was recuperating after an operation
Monday

August 26, 1960
Madison's record of no traffic fatal-
ities for 1960 was marred Saturday
when two motorists were instantly
killed in a traffic accident on US 90,
three-quarters of a mile east of
Greenville.
Tommy Bland celebrated his third
birthday with a party at the home of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bland,
on Saturday, Aug. 20.
ScottyWooley, 1960 Madison High
School graduate, has enrolled at North
Florida Junior College.
Prof. and Mrs. L.C. Glass returned
last Thursday from a visit in Indiana
and in California. Mr. Glass is a mem-
ber of the NFJC faculty
August 28, 1970
About 20 Madison County boys at-
tended 4-H Camp at Cherry Lake.
Fall classes begin Sept. 8, 1970 at
Becky Robinson School of Dance.
The dedication of the Farmers'
Mutual Exchange Center combined the
best in the atmosphere of the old coun-
try store with an informal reception
Friday, when around 300 customers
came to the ceremonies.
Mrs. W.C. Copeland, Jr., Miss Alice
Sims, Mrs. Emy Howerton, Mrs. J.C.
Burnette, Mrs. Howard Studstill and
Mrs. J.P. Johnson were recent weekend
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National Goat Conference


To Strength
Florida A&M University is host-
ing the National Goat Conference from
Sept. 12-15 at the Leon County Civic
Center in Tallahassee.
The objective of the three-day con-
ference is to provide information, en-
hance awareness, and develop
national linkages in order to strength-
en the goat and sheep industry. The
program will focus on relevant topics
facing producers, researchers, regula-
tors, extension and teaching person-
nel.
Topics relating to goat and sheep
health, nutrition, management, eco-
nomics, regulatory issues and more
will be presented by speakers from
across the nation.
For registration information, visit
famu.edu/goats and click on National
Goat Conference.
You may also contact Joy Dixon at
(850) 875-8555 or email
joyl.dixon@famu.edu.

FWC To Hold Pi

To Get Input I
The Florida Fish bear is a s
and Wildlife Conserva- ened speci
tion Commission (FWC) populations
wants public and local pending in
government input on a while still
draft plan that will en- stricted in o
sure a sustainable and cause o
socially acceptable variability,
Florida black bear popu- proposes to
lation throughout the eral Bear M
state. Units, which
The FWC will hold sider the sp(
public meetings to gath- lenges
er input on the plan in characterist
several locations around different ge
the state. The first meet- locations.
ing was held on Aug. 26 The pla
at 6 p.m. in Apalachico- broad object
la City Hall. Other which each
meeting dates will be agement Uni
announced as arrange- erate. With
ments are finalized, units, local s
"The plan proposes groups will
a framework to manage the FWC to s
bears at the local lev- ment objec
el," said Dave Telesco, standards fo
the FWC's bear man- human-bear
agement coordinator. If the plan i
"This includes conserv- the next stag
ing appropriate to seek out
amounts of bear habi- ers to partic:
tat, stabilizing the level visory grou
of complaints about each Bear M
bears, and securing ad- Unit. At the
equate funding to im- the FWC w
plement the plan. brief present
FWC staff drafted lining the i
the Bear Management tives and
Plan with assistance questions fi
from a technical advi- dees. Anyon
sory group that includ- ed in
ed representatives from statements
environmental, hunt- plan at the mi
ing and government or- be able to do
ganizations. or through
The Florida black comment cai


Industry


Ureene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Marianne Uraves,
Aug. 17, 2010.
The National Goat Conference pro-
vides detailed industry information.

public Meetings

On Bear Plan


tate-threat-
es whose
are ex-
some areas
quite re-
Dthers. Be-
f this
the plan
create sev-
anagement
h will con-
ecific chal-
and
ics of the
ographical

n sets up
ives under
Bear Man-
it would op-
hin those
stakeholder
work with
et manage-
:tives and
r resolving
conflicts.
s accepted,
ge would be
stakehold-
ipate in ad-
Lps within
management
meetings,
vill give a
station out-
plan objec-
answer
Tom atten-
.e interest-


(FWC photo by Donald Bailey)
This bear, killed by a
vehicle on April 23 in Jef-
ferson Co., is the third-
largest on record in
Florida.
"We encourage the
public and local gov-
ernments to help us im-
prove this draft and
develop the final plan,"
Telesco said. "Feed-
back is essential to
make this plan effec-
tive."
The draft plan is
available online for


making public review and com-
about the ment through Oct. 1. To
meeting will see the draft plan, or
so verbally more information on
h written Florida black bears, go
rds. to MyFWC.com/Bear.


"As I See It"
By FWC Chairman Rodney Barreto


State Wildlife

Grants Program

Kicks Off

For 2011


Keeping common
species common is the
battle cry for the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Con-
servation Commission's
(FWC) Wildlife Legacy
Initiative. This program
creates strategic ap-
proaches for conserving
all of Florida's wildlife,
from the fish in fresh
and salt water to the in-
vertebrates that remain
unseen to the naked eye.
There are many
ways the initiative
works behind the scenes
to prevent any new
species from ever having
to be listed as threatened
by extinction. First, it
develops the state's
Wildlife Action Plan, the
strategy that manages
all wildlife in Florida.
Second, it develops and
maintains partnerships
so resources can be
pooled to conserve
wildlife throughout the
state. Finally, this is the
place where Florida's
State Wildlife Grants
program is adminis-
tered.
These grants, fund-
ed by the federal govern-
ment, provide the
opportunity for some
very important conser-
vation work and re-
search by the FWC and
our partners. This year's
grant application period
started Aug. 20. Applica-
tions will be taken
through 5 p.m. Oct. 15.
Grants will be awarded
in February, and select-
ed projects will begin on
July 1, 2011.
This is a milestone
year as the State Wildlife
Grants program cele-
brates 10 years of pro-
viding funding to states
for managing and con-
serving wildlife. Team-
ing with Wildlife Week,
Sept. 4-12, celebrates this
occasion by highlighting
some of the projects
over the past decade that
have benefitted from
these funds. These pro-


jects no
mon s
through
States,
species
come s
price to
comes
nomica
environ
The
Grants
state bo
to work
entire
species.
in 2008
habitat
aded v
volves
Alabam
Florida
federal
Grant
cost of
hill hab
appeared
southea
States
rate int
tury. N
restorat
habitat
aded wo
other s]
on the
fit. Proj
clude
and thiu
stands.
Anc
ject, hea
da N
Invento
the disc
species
The Au
scarab
by a v(
known.
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scrub
This
hope th,
species
be dis
points
tats
species.
Ap
last yea
pacts of
across t
reef tre
County


)t only keep com- gas. This project provid-
pecies common ed further detail on the
hout the United genetic makeup of the
but conserve all two species of coral
so they don't be- studied. Its data will as-
o rare that the sist scientists in the fu-
protect them be- ture as the stresses on
too costly eco- our coral systems be-
lly, socially and come greater.
mentally Grant applications
State Wildlife this year must be rele-
program crosses vant to the Florida's
)undaries as well State Wildlife Action
throughout the Plan and address a con-
habitat of a servation threat to a pri-
A project begun ority habitat or address
, to restore the the needs of a Species of
of the red-cock- Greatest Conservation
woodpecker, in- Need. Priority habitats
the states of include coral reef, sand-
la, Georgia and hill, scrub, softwater
as well as the stream, spring and
government, spring run, and sea-
funds cover the grass. Preference will be
restoring sand- given to projects that ad-
itat that has dis- dress multiple Species of
ed in the Greatest Conservation
astern United Need and climate
at an alarming change. In addition, pro-
the past half-cen- jects must be collabora-
ot only does the tive in nature and
:ion conserve the contain a non-federal
of the red-cock- match of 35 percent.
)odpecker, but all Each year Florida's
species dependent Wildlife Legacy Initia-
ecosystem bene- tive gives out dozens of
iect activities in- grants to worthy pro-
prescribed fires jects that are feasible,
inning dense pine logical and have a high
probability of success.
other 2008 pro- This program stands for
aded by the Flori- the very best of what we
natural Areas can do as wildlife man-
)ry, resulted in agers to ensure the fu-
covery of a new ture sustainability of
of invertebrate, our fish and wildlife re-
iburndale scrub sources.
was discovered Here's the chance
volunteer, and its for our partners to come
habitat is only in together in a win-win
small patch of situation for Florida's
in Polk County. species. Doing some-
gives scientists thing now to conserve
at there are more our common species will
out there yet to prevent the high price
covered, which we'll have to pay in the
to healthy habi- future to keep a species
and thriving from going extinct. To
find out more about
project completed Florida's Wildlife Lega-
r, studied the im- cy Initiative and Flori-
f coral bleaching da's State Wildlife
he South Florida Grants program, go to
act from Martin MyFWC.com/WildlifeLe
to the Dry Tortu- gacy.


Ranger Greene Receives 5 Year Service Pin

Tanner Greene, (left), with The Division of Forestry
receives his five year service pin from Forest Area Super-
. visor Elijah Terrell.
Tanner has been employed since 2005 with the Divi-
, i . .sion of Forestry here in Madison. Along with fighting
fires and helping protect the property of Madison County
S.residents, he continues to serve the people of Madison

A ~ - information on pile burning and broadcast burning. Tan-
ner is also one of Smokey's Helpers, working to help pre-
vent wildfires with Smokey programs in area schools and
other events.
Tanner has had the opportunity to go and lend assis-
tance in other areas of Florida and in other states on Hur-
FIRE ricanes details, and on numerous large fire incidents.


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Call Chip Beggs
850-973-4116.
8/18, rtn, c


*LAND ON SALE*
1 acre wooded on county
road less than 1/4 mile to
Withlacoochee River
park/boat ramp.
GREAT FAMILY FUN
$12,500

S. Rissman, Realtor
(OMEGA MGMT.)
Monticello (850) 997-56191
or 997-5618 After Hours
8/18,8/25, c





For Sale:
House & Lot
In the Town of Suwannee
was $135,000, Now $99,000.
2 BR/1 BA. Fully Furnished,
New Metal Roof, and New
Paint. Utility Building with
Washer and Dryer. Nice Fruit
Trees. 386-719-0421
rtin, n/c






Commercial/Industrial
Property
with state highway frontage.
Corner lots. Fronts both
Harvey Greene Dr.
& Highway 53 South.
Enterprise Zone
Natural gas line, 8 inch wa-
ter main, access to city utili-
ties, fire hydrant, and service
from two power companies.
Property has easy access to
1-10, via SR 53 & SR 14.
Will build to suit tenant or
short or long term lease.
Call Tommy Greene 850-
973-4141
rtn, n/c






Estate Property For Sale

Like new 2005 2 bedroom,
2 bath mobile home partial-
ly furnished and fenced
with 2 buildings and carport
with 3 lots on corner of
Blue Springs Church Rd
next to Blue Springs State
Park near Nestle Waters.
receipts total $93,000, make
offer, 704-929-2606, serious
inquiries only
8/25 - 9/15, pd


Office Space For Rent
Call the Fitness Place at
973-3517 for more info
S5/12, rm:

Classifiecds
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2006 Hyundai Sonata V6
GLS 4 door, 46,000 miles,
golden beige, leather, loaded,
extra clean, $10,888. Call
954-288-6802, Life time
warranty


8/18 - 9/8, c


2008 Jeep Compass SPT
SUV, 4 cylinder, 52,000
miles, loaded, excellent
cond., life time warranty,
$13,888, 954-288-6802


8/18 - 9/8, c The City of Madison is accepting applications for
1 full-time Police Officer with the following qualifications:
Applicants must be at least 19 years of age and a citizen of
2008 Hyundai Elantra GLS the United States, possess a valid FLORIDA DRIVER'S LI-
4 door, 22,000 miles, beige, CENSE with a clean driving record must be a High School
full factory warranty, loaded, Graduate, must pass a drug test, background check, a
one owner. $12,888 physical examination and vision test. The applicant must be
954-288-6802 in excellent physical condition and it is preferred that the ap-
plicant be Florida Law Enforcement Certified. The applicant
8/18- 9/8, c must have the ability to read write and speak effectively, un-
derstand and carry out oral and written instructions.
2010 Hyundai Sonata GLS Job applications are available upon request from the
4 door, like new, 27,000 Police Department located at 310 SW Rutledge Street, Madi-
miles, glasier blue, full facto- son, Florida, 32340 from 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM daily Mon-
ry warranty, save thousands, day through Friday.
must see, only $16,988 call We will be accepting applications for this position
954-288-6802 from Monday, August 16, 2010 until the position has been
filled.
8/18- 9/8, c The City of Madison is an Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer and recognizes veteran's preference.


8/20, 8/25, c


Piano lessons are now being
offered for individuals who
are beginners or veteran
players who wish to build or
polish their skills. Lessons
are one-on-one and reason-
ably priced! For more infor-
mation, please call (850)
464-0114 or (850) 973-4622.
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ADMINISTRATIVE
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team player and enjoys
multi tasking. Applicant
must be proficient in
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This is not an entry level
position. Email Resume to
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No telephone calls please
8/25, c


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Rd, equipment. Ideal applicant is
items dependable and trustworthy.
out! Welding and mechanical ex-
perience needed. Compensa-
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Environmental:
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Mystery Shoppers
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judge retail and dining estab-
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required. Call
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8/4 - 8/25, pd


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8/6 - 9/1, pd


CITY OF MADISON
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
DILAPIDATED HOUSING

Please be aware that the City of Madison
will be accepting bids on Thursday, Septem-
ber 9, 2010 at 3:00 p.m. on the first phase of
a program to remove existing dilapidated
structures. Necessary paper work on propos-
als, will be required to submit, can be ob-
tained at the City of Madison, City Hall.
These documents will provide interested, the
guidelines, the City of Madison will require.
The City of Madison will also provide an op-
portunity for interested parties to visit the
sites and ask questions on Thursday, Septem-
ber 2, 2010. at 10:00 a.m. All bidders must
have presentation at walk thru.

To be qualified you must obtain the paper-
work from City Hall met the requirements
established within. Any questions should be
directed toward, Chuck Hitchcock, at 850-
973-5083. The City of Madison reserves the
right to reject all proposals.

Additional information will be will be hand-
ed out at City Hall.

8/27, c




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I LEGAL


CERTIFICATE NO.: 03-312-TD
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2003
CERTIFICATE HOLDER: MORTON and SHEILA L ERSTLING
NAME IN, WHICH ASSESSED: LORANZO POWELL

NOTICE OF TAX DEED APPLICATION
We are enclosing a notification of application for Tax Deed on property in
Madison County, Florida, which is presently assessed in your name. If the
property is not redeemed by 11:00 a.m. on September 9, 2010, it will be sold
on the WEST FRONT STEPS of the Madison County Courthouse.
Deposit paid by Applicant Holder......................$328.32
Grand Total to Tax Collector..........................$3,509.71
Interest........................................................$115.14
Total.........................................................$3,953.17

The Clerk will accept only a certified check, money order or cash for the
cost of redeeming the tax certificate. The address of the clerk's office is:
125 SW Range Avenue Clerk of Courts
Room 106 or P.O 0. Box 237
Madison, Florida 32340 Madison, Florida 32341

If we can be of additional assistance in this matter, please contact our office
Monday through Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; telephone number: (850)
973-1500.
Sincerely,
TIM SANDERS
CLERK OF COURTS

BY: Ramona Dickinson
DEPUTY CLERK

8/6, 8/13, 8/20, 8/27

The following is a list of unclaimed bond money held by the Madison County
Sheriff's Office. Persons having or claiming any interest in said funds or any
portion of them shall file their written claims with the Sheriff or Clerk of
Court and shall, make sufficient proof to said Sheriff or Clerk of his owner-
ship and upon so doing shall be entitled to receive any part of the money so
claimed. Unless such bond money is claimed on or before the first day of
September, 2009, same shall be declared forfeited and all claims in reference
thereto are forever barred.

DEFENDANT DATE POSTED AMOUNT POSTED
GWENETTE T. LAWRENCE 6/20/02 $250.00
SLATER WILLIAMS 11/27/09 $290.00
FRANCO CRUZ 12/31/09 $80.90
CHARLES QUITERIO 07/17/09 $350.00
WILLIE INGRAM 3/13/04 $116.00
$1086.90
8/6, 8/13, 8/20, 8/27



City of Madison, Florida Surplus Property
Sealed bids will be accepted, from August 20, 2010 through September 1,
2010, 2:00 PM. Bid must be sealed and clearly labeled on the outside of the
bid envelope "SEALED BID", list of property bidded on.
Sealed bids will be submitted to City of Madison, Purchasing Agent, Jack
Sealey at 171 SE Rutledge St., Madison, Florida. Phone 850-973-5073.
The highest bidder is the winning bidder. Should there be a tie bid; the win-
ner will be decided by a coin toss with 2 witnesses present.
The winning bidder must take possession of the property no later than 2:00
PM, September 3, 2010 PM. If the winning bidder does not take possession
of the property, the next highest bidder shall be awarded the property. All
property listed will be sold "AS IS". No warranty or guarantee is implied or
guaranteed.
1. 2002 Ford Crown Vic vin#X115280 - White - Minimum Bid $500.00
2. 2003 Ford Crown Vic vin#X173744 - White - Minimum Bid $500.00
The City of Madison, Florida reserves the right to accept or refuse all bids.

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STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
NOTICE OF INTENT TO FIND THE
CITY OF MADISON
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS IN COMPLIANCE
DOCKET NO. 08-1-NOI-4004-(A)-(I)
The Department gives notice of its intent to find the Amendment
to the Comprehensive Plan for City of Madison adopted by Ordinance No.
2007-10 on May 13, 2008, IN COMPLIANCE, pursuant to Sections
163.3184, 163.3187 and 163.3189, ES.
The adopted City of Madison Comprehensive Plan Amendments
and the Department's Objections, Recommendations and Comments Report,
(if any), are available for public inspection Monday through Friday, except
for legal holidays, during normal business hours, at the City of Madison,
City Hall, 109 West Rutledge Street, Madison, Florida 32340.
Any affected person, as defined in Section 163.3184, F.S., has a
right to petition for an administrative hearing to challenge the proposed
agency determination that the Amendments to the City of Madison Compre-
hensive Plan is In Compliance, as defined in Subsection 163.3184(1), ES.
The petition must be filed within twenty one (21) days after publication of
this notice, and must include all of the information and contents described in
Uniform Rule 28-106.201, EA.C. The petition must be filed with the Agency
Clerk, Department of Community Affairs, 2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard,
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2100, and a copy mailed or delivered to the local
government. Failure to timely file a petition shall constitute a waiver of any
right to request an administrative proceeding as a petitioner under Sections
120.569 and 120.57, ES. If a petition is filed, the purpose of the administra-
tive hearing will be to present evidence and testimony and forward a recom-
mended order to the Department. If no petition is filed, this Notice of Intent
shall become final agency action.
If a petition is filed, other affected persons may petition for leave
to intervene in the proceeding. A petition for intervention must be filed at
least twenty (20) days before the final hearing and must include all of the in-
formation and contents described in Uniform Rule 28 106.205, EA.C. A pe-
tition for leave to intervene shall be filed at the Division of Administrative
Hearings, Department of Management Services, 1230 Apalachee Parkway,
Tallahassee, Florida 32399 3060. Failure to petition to intervene within the
allowed time frame constitutes a waiver of any right such a person has to re-
quest a hearing under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, ES., or to participate in
the administrative hearing.
After an administrative hearing petition is timely filed, media-
tion is available pursuant to Subsection 163.3189(3)(a), ES., to any affected
person who is made a party to the proceeding by filing that request with the
administrative law judge assigned by the Division of Administrative Hear-
ings. The choice of mediation shall not affect a party's right to an adminis-
trative hearing.

-s- Mike McDaniel, Chief
Office of Comprehensive Planning
Department of Community Affairs
2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard
Tallahassee, Florida 32399 2100

8/27


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For Sale

LEATHER LIVING
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plastic, never used. Orig
price $3000, Sacrifice
$975. Can deliver. Call
Bill (407)574-4955

CHERRY BEDROOM
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"4 2= D " =" +0 D> 3 3 3 M M 7 6 2 D. F ' 3 @ ." 0 0 8 G =-" D D F& @ 5 3 M 8 A E7 6 r G = + " 8 "= = " A& 5 F 8 A # 17 6 n "$ $ = "" 0 " 11 # 5 ' 3 8 F 17 6 " 0 = + 8 r" " 3 M 1 @ 5 ' & 8 E #7 6 5 2D . = " + 0 D > 33 ? "4 2= D " =" +0 D> 3 3 3 M M 7 6 2 D. @ 3 ' r + -" r .+ >D" = A3 5 # 8 & ' E7 6 + .. r 2..G / FA ' 5 E A 8 1 @7 6 + 2D D E# 1 5 & ' 8 ' #7 6 5 2D . = " + 0 D > 33 ? "4 2= D " =" +0 D> 3 3 3 M M 7 6 2 D. F E F A = + 0 8 r 22= " A# ' 5 F 1 8 ' M7 6 ." J + 03 A ' F 5 @ M 8 & 17 6 5 2D . = " + 0 D > 33 ? "4 2= D " =" +0 D> 3 3 3 M M 7 6 2 D. A @ 3 b 2..K "0 >20 FE E 5 E ' 8 @ F7 6 / 20 + 3A & 5 F ' 8 & 17 6 n "$ $ 2DD -/4 F@ E 5 ' M 8 A #7 6 5 2D . = " + 0 D > 33 ? "4 2= D " =" +0 D> 3 3 3 M M 7 6 2 D. F 3 F ' H" = 20 " = ( ## A 5 ' 3 8 @ 37 6 0 " . "= 3 F E # 5 & # 8 F #7 6 b b 5 2D . = " + 0 D > 1? "4 2=D" =" + 0 D> 1 3 M M 7 6 2 D . F 3 A @ + .. r 20 D$ 2= 3 M @ M 5 ' 1 8 E @7 6 G = D +> + ) = >20 3 M 1 @ 5 & M 8 A F7 6 5 2D . = " + 0 D > E? "4 2=D" =" + 0 D> E 3 M M 7 6 2 D . & # # D +0 " > 3# A 5 E 3 8 A E7 6 K 0 " + -" => 'M F 5 A # 8 E A7 6 b f r 5 2D . = " + 0 D > 3? "4 2=D" =" + 0 D> 3 3 M M 7 6 2 D . @ ' @ + -K b " 0 " => 20 FM M 5 F A 8 @ @7 6 + 0 n2) 0 >20 E' @ 5 ' A 8 ' &7 6 2 00 + " (0 > FM M 5 F A 8 @ @7 6 f f t 5 2D . = " + 0 D > 33 ? "4 2= D " =" +0 D> 3 3 3 M M 7 6 2D . E 3 @ @ " > F M 3 # 5A E8 & 3 7 6 2 3 3 & 1 5 E A 8 ' # 76t n r r n n b b n n t t KC =+ >D +0C +0 0 " K ff f b rn t 0 C D G= K CG( 8 CF# CD ) " CG I 0 * 0" " C .." KCb G/ 0"C 2 +"D KCI+. .C " ) 2> D+ 0 (C C= +"> * / += 2 ) + 4C . + 0 + 8 C t D I + ..C " ( +0 C D C 1C 8/ 8C 0 C .>D C G 0D +.C ' C 4 8 / 8 )" = " C+ > C0 2C0 " " C D2 C / " C 0 C 4 4 2+0 D * / "0 D C) " C2$ CD+/ "8 C ) " C>) " . D" = C+> C.2 * D " C DI2 C/+. "> C>2 GD ) C2$ Cf " " CDC 33& AC 8 8 C + >" "C f2 248 = 8 C2> CC.+ " 0> " C H " D C2$ CD )" C 0 + * / . 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C 2 $ C 4" D> 8 C ) " C t C +> C . > 2C H " = K C+ / * 4 2= D 0 D C+ DC ) " .4> C 0 C 2 I 0 " = C% 0 C D )" + = 4 " DC +$C +D C ( " D> C.2> D8 C t D C .> 2C 4 = 2H " > CD ) DCD ) " 0 + / .C +> CD )" + =C 4 " D8 C ) +> C (2" > C " > 4" + . * . KC $2 = C 4 G = " C = " " C 2 I 0 " = > C +$ C D ) "+ =C 0 + * / . C ( " D> C> D2. "0 C " G > "C + D C+ > C 4 = 22 $C K2G 2 I 0 CD ) " C 0 + / .8 CC> ) " .D " = C2= CH " D C 0 > 0 C D) " C ) +4 C 0 C( " D C "H " = K D) +0 ( CD )" K 0 " " C D2 C -0 2 IC 2G DC D ) " C 4 " D CtD >C 2I 0 " => 0 /" C 4)2 0"C 0 G/ "= C 0 C = "> >8 2D) C = " C H " = K C +/ 4 2=D0 D8 C "C = " C ) 24 * + 0 (C $ 2= C C ) G ( " C> G " >> CD ) + > CK " = C0 CI" ) 24 " CD2 C > "" C"H " = K20 " C ) " = " ; C> + C = * = C + 4 4 + " C2 $ CD ) " C G I 0 0 "" C .. "K b G / 0 " C 2 + "D K8 C bb b nr b trrnnfrrrn b b n n t t t t f f r r t t )" C"0 +2=C +D+L"0 > C2G0 +.C2$Cr + * > 2 0C 2 G0 D KC+0H +D"> C..C> "0 +2= C+D+L"0>CD2C += D) KC ". " =D +20 C D)+> C G "> K C G (8 E 3 C G =+0( C.G0 )D +/"8 C C+( C-" C+> 4 . 0 0" C0 C4 ." 0DK C2$C$ G 0C+> C+0 C> D2=" C$2= r +> 2 0C 2G 0D KC="> + " 0D >C( "CA MC0 2 H "=8 C 02 D )"= CG4 2/+ 0 (C" H"0 DCDCD) "C" * 0 + 2 =C +D +L "0 >C " 0 D" =C +>C = "DDK C bDC KC20 " 0 "> KC "4 D 8C3 & C DC0 220 8C 2//G 0+ DK , G ( ">CI +. . C/"CD ) "C D24 C ) 2+ " > C$2=CC K 2 $ C$ > ) +2 0 C$G 0 8 2 =C /2 = " C + 0 $2=/ D+20 C 2GDC > "0+ 2= D+ H+ D+"> C 0 C>" =H+ "> C . .C 5# & M 6 C1 @ E *'F'38 b r f r n r t t f trb t

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