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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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Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
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Gnterprsei Recorber


Our 146th Year, Number 32


Friday, April 8, 2011


Madison, Florida


www.greenepublishing.com


County Commission Paves


Way For Two New


Businesses In Area


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Lynette Norris, April 6, 2011
Commissioners pose with Guillermo Gonzalez of New York, who will be moving his meat-packing busi-
ness to Madison. Left to right: Commissioners Justin Hamrick, Roy Ellis, Alfred Martin, Commission Chair
Renetta Parrish, Guillermo Gonzalez, and Commissioner Wayne Vickers. In the background, behind Vickers,
is Attorney Tom Reeves


By Lynette Norris
Greene Publishing, Inc.
At the April 6 meeting of the County Commis-
sion meeting, Commissioners voted unanimously to
grant Guillermo Gonzalez a 10 year ad valorem tax
exemption to relocate his business from New York
City to Madison County
Gonzalez, who has owned and operated Stahl-
Meyer Meat Processing Plant in New York since
1936, is looking to move to an area where he can ex-
pand his operation. In the Bronx neighborhood
where it is currently located, he has literally run out
of room, with nowhere to go but up - not an efficient
design for meat processing.
With the ad valorem exemption offsetting some
of the costs of relocating, he will be closing his 60-
employee plant in New York and reopening in the
old Smithfield/Dixie Packers building. He made no
guarantees, but he hopes to eventually expand to far
more than 60 employees during the ten years the ad
valorem exemption remains in effect.
In another effort to bring more jobs to Madison,
the commission also voted to donate five acres of
land near the Interstate exchange to Annett Bus
Line, for a new 6000-8000 square foot bus termi-
nal/operations facility Brian Annett, who moved to
Madison four years ago, addressed the commission
and spoke about the need to expand in the North
Florida market, choosing Madison for a rural con-
necting route from Tallahassee to Jacksonville.
"I think this company is a great fit for this
area," Annett told the Commission. "We're a family
owned company."
When people asked him why his business start-
ed out in Sebring, "in the middle of nowhere," An-
nett would tell them it was because the little town
was central to both the east and west coasts of Flori-
da, as well as Miami and Orlando. In the same way,
Madison is also the ideal location for a north Flori-
da expansion of their coach lines. Rural, yes, but
right where it needs to be for their company, central
to Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Orlando and Valdosta.


When asked if the new jobs would go to local
people and not transfers from Sebring, Annett, who
played baseball at North Florida Junior College and
married the former Christie Webb of Lee, replied
that he believed local people were the key "It's im-
portant to me to hire local people. You always hear
'location, location, location.' Our business is about
'people, people, people.' We don't sell a product; we
sell a service."
Eddie Bell, Mayor of Lee, the town that has an-
nexed the property in question, said the Lee Town
Council had voted the previous evening to help with
getting paperwork together in support of the bus
line coming to Madison, if the County Commission
ended up agreeing to donate the property
Annett hopes the new facility, with eight to ten
motor coaches, will be up and running "by football
season, if that's realistic." It will provide about 15
jobs at first, but he hopes to hire more people even-
tually


ureene rumlisning, Inc. Pnhio by Lyneue norris, Aprli o, u' II
Brian Annett of Annett Bus lines makes his case
to the Board of County Commissioners.


On Tuesday, March 29, Madison City Commis-
sioners Rayne Cooks, Judy Townsend and Myra
Valentine attended National Guard Day held at the
Capitol courtyard in Tallahassee. Also attending
the event were Governor Rick Scott, Lt. Governor
Jennifer Carroll, and General Emmett Titshaw, Jr.,
Adjutant General of the Florida National Guard.
The state officials addressed the event attendees
and thanked the men and women of the Florida Na-
tional Guard for their service.
During the event, a resolution was signed by the
Governor declaring March 29, 2011, as National
Guard Day in Florida. Florida National Guard ve-
hicles and equipment were on display for viewing by
the public. The more than 12,000 members of the
Florida National Guard protect our homeland, re-
spond to natural disasters, assist in humanitarian
emergencies and protect against all threats foreign
and domestic.
City Commissioner and former Mayor
Townsend addressed the assembled state officials,
honored guests and citizens. She spoke about Madi-
son being the City of Four Freedoms. The four free-
doms, as articulated by President Franklin D.
Roosevelt in his state of the Union Address on June
6, 1941, that people everywhere in the world ought to
enjoy are freedom of speech and expression, free-


Inoto sunmitteda
Three Madison City Commissioners went and
presented the key to the city to Lt. Gov. Jennifer Car-
roll. Left to right: City Commissioner Rayne Cooks,
City Commissioner Myra Valentine, Lt. Governor Jen-
nifer Carroll and City Commissioner Judy Townsend.
dom of worship, freedom from want and freedom
from fear. These four freedoms are the theme of the
Four Freedoms monument located in the City Park
in downtown Madison.
Please see "Local Officials" on Page 3


County Still Recovering
From Tuesday's Storm
By Kristin Finney
Greene Publishing, Inc.
In the early morning hours on Tuesday, Madison Coun-
ty and hundreds of other counties across the southeast,
were hit by a violent storm system. The storm began to ef-
fect Madison at about 4 a.m. and did not see a break until al-
most 6:30 a.m. Wind gusts upwards of 50 mph were
reported; rain ravaged the streets; some even reported hear-
ing tornados, though none of these claims have been con-
firmed.
Tri-County Electric reported that approximately 2000
homes, mostly in Cherry Lake, were left without power fol-
lowing the storm. As of press time Thursday, two of these
homes were still without power. Progress Energy reported
that almost 1100 of their Madison customers had reported
losing power. They serve a total of 3700 in the county
Pinetta Elementary School did not have power on
Tuesday morning, but decided not to cancel class this close
to FCAT. They overcame the lack of power by opening the
blinds and using window light to light the classrooms. Lee
Elementary School was without power until 11 a.m. Tues-
day morning. However, despite the lack of electricity, the
teachers
Please see "Storm" on Page 3

Preparing For FCAT
By Kristin Finney
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Florida Department of Education has been ad-
ministering the FCAT (Florida Comprehensive Assess-
ment Test) since 1998. This test has since been the main
focus of most of Florida's public school systems. The
FCAT is administered to students in grades 3-11. The
FCAT measures the Sunshine State Standards in reading
and mathematics for grades three through eleven, science
for grades fifth, eighth and eleventh and writing, in grades
fourth, eighth and tenth.
FCAT is a huge factor in many different areas. FCAT
is a large factor in whether a high school senior will grad-
uate. It determines a child's placement in classes and it
also can prevent children from being promoted to the next
grade. While many schools try to play down the large roll
of FCAT, the truth is, this test is a big deal.
Alana Ellison, an eleventh grader at Madison County
High School, stated, "I believe that, for the most part, it
[the FCAT] is a good way to measure what we have learned
throughout the year. However, I believe it is weighted too
much. Whether a student passes into the next grade or not
shouldn't be determined by test scores from a two-day test.
Instead, passing should be based on semester grades."
Schools spend much of the year preparing students
for these tests, which usually take 2-4 days to complete, de-
pending on how many a student has to take. There are
workbooks, practice tests and vocabulary terms that stu-
dents face throughout the year, all in preparation for the
FCAT.
Students can prepare for FCAT away from school, as
well as during school. There are several websites that al-
low students to take practice tests online. One of the
largest websites is www.fcatexplorercom. This site offers
practice tests on each of the areas tested on the FCAT. The
practice tests are based on real FCAT tests and are a great
way to prepare students for test day.
Another way to help prepare students for FCAT is to
make sure that they focus in school. Studying and keeping
their grades on track will help greatly on the FCAT. Since
most classes are focusing on preparing students for FCAT,
most homework is also based on lessons needed for the
FCAT.
The night before FCAT testing, make sure that your
child gets plenty of sleep. Send them to bed an hour or so
earlier than normal. If a child is tired during a test, they
will have a hard time focusing on the questions. On FCAT
test day, it is important for a child to eat a good breakfast.
This ensures that they will be full and focused on
what they are about to do. Some good foods include eggs,
toast and cereals. Fruits are also a great addition to any
breakfast.
Town Of Lee Old Time Days Swap
Meet/Yard Sale Set For Saturday
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Town of Lee Old Time Days Swap
Meet/Yard Sale will be held Saturday, April 9, from 8
a.m.-3 p.m. at the Lee Ball Field.
Events will include live entertainment, booths
(food, churches, service groups, children's games,
Relay for Life, books, plants), a car show, steam en-
gines, antique tractors, bounce houses, and an auc-
tion (cakes, gift cards, quilts and other items).
The cost of vendor booths will be $40 with elec-
tricity $30 without electricity and $10 with yard sale
tables. Participants must bring their own table.
For vendor/yard sale/swappers application,
please contact Carol Bynum at (850) 971-7246 or Lee
Town Hall at (850) 971-5867.
All proceeds benefit the Lee Volunteer Fire De-
partment.

Greenville UMC

Holding Yard Sale
Greenville United available.
Methodist Church will The church is locat-
hold a yard sale at the ed at 174 SW Church Av-
church on Saturday, enue in Greenville.
April 9. The yard sale will
Furniture and other begin at 8 a.m. and end
household items will be at approximately 2 p.m.


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1 Section. 14 Pages
School 8 Around Madison 4-7
Church 10 From Page One 3
Classifieds/Legals 13 Viewpoints & Opinions 2
Obituaries 3 Turn Back Time 11


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Local Officials Present Key To

The City To Lt. Gov. Carroll




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OicTpoints & Opinions


Friday, April 8, 2011


Jacob's
Ladder
Jacob Bembry
ColuImnist
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The Seven


Decisions

I carry the words on a key chain and they are on
the mouse pad on my desk. The words are from the
book The Traveler's Gift by Andy Andrews. He calls
them the Seven Decisions. They are as follows;
1. The Buck Stops Here; Adversity is prepara-
tion for greatness.
2. I Will Seek Wisdom; I will choose my friends
with care.
3. I Am a Person of Action; I can make a decision
and I can make it now.
4. I Have a Decided Heart; My destiny is assured.
5. Today I Will Choose to Be Happy; I am the pos-
sessor of a grateful heart.
6. I Will Greet This Day With a Forgiving Spirit;
I will forgive myself.
7. I Will Persist Without Exception; I will find a
way where there is no way.
I think I've just about mastered a couple of the
Seven Decisions; others are somewhat harder.
As I study these decisions and put them into ac-
tion along with God's Word, I know that I can be-
come a better person. The list all boils down to what
is found in the Bible.
One must never give up working each day to be-
come the person God wants them to be.


Madison County m
Extension Service

Diann Douglas :
Guest Columist L1i
Isl


Small Steps To

Health And

WealthTM Online

Challenge


Just in time for
warm spring weather
and more time spent out-
doors, the Cooperative
Extension system is
launching an online
Small Steps to Health
and WealthTM (SSHW)
Challenge called
"Spring 2011 SSHW
Challenge." This free
five-week program, open
to anyone who enrolls
online, will be held from
Sunday, April 10th,
through Saturday,
Mayl4th.
To sign up for the
SSHW Challenge, follow
the "Challenges" link on
the Small Steps to
Health and Wealth'TM
Web site at
http://njaes.rutgers.edu/
sshw/. Set up a user
name and password and
download a simple one-
page user's guide with
instructions about how
to proceed. Enroll in the
Challenge titled "Spring
2011 SSHW Challenge."
The SSHW Chal-
lenge is part of Small
Steps to Health and
WealthTM, a national Co-
operative Extension pro-
gram developed to
motivate Americans to
take action to simultane-
ously improve their
health and personal fi-
nances. SSHW was built
around a framework of
25 research-based behav-
ior change strategies.
The Challenge was origi-
nally developed in a "pa-
per and pencil" format
with printed worksheets
and is now available on-
line.
It has been well doc-
umented that, when peo-
ple monitor their
behavior and measure
their how they're doing,
they are often inspired
to do better and achieve
positive results. Partici-
pants in a SSHW Chal-
lenge are "on their
honor" to report their
activities accurately.
The SSHW Chal-
lenge is based on the per-
formance of ten
recommended practices
on a daily basis: five that
involve health and nutri-
tion and five that involve
financial management.
Ten points are given for
performing each one for
a maximum of 700
points per week and
3,500 points for the en-
tire challenge. "The
Challenge is a great way
to convert ambitious
personal goals, like los-
ing weight and saving
money, into daily action
steps," notes Dr. Barbara
O'Neill, Extension Spe-
cialist in Financial Re-
source Management for
Rutgers Cooperative Ex-
tension.
The five daily health
and nutrition practices
are: eat at least 4 cups of
fruits and vegetables;
get at least 30 minutes of


exercise; drink water or
unsweetened beverages
instead of sugar-sweet-
ened beverages; walk
10,000 or more steps with
a pedometer; and learn
something new about
health and nutrition.
The five daily finan-
cial management prac-
tices included in the
SSHW Challenge are:
save a $1 bill (or more)
and/or pocket change;
invest $5 or more per day
(including automated re-
tirement savings plan
deposits); track money
spent throughout the
day; eat lunch prepared
at home; and learn
something new about
personal finance. The
latter activity, for both
health and personal fi-
nances, can be accom-
plished by visiting Web
sites, attending semi-
nars, or by reading, lis-
tening to, or viewing
media reports.
Spring 2011 SSHW
Challenge participants
will also have an oppor-
tunity, if they choose, to
replace one daily health
activity and one daily
personal finance activity
with unique daily per-
sonal challenges of their
own. "Providing some
adaptation of the tradi-
tional SSHW Challenge
format will make the
Challenge more "person-
al" for participants and
give them an opportuni-
ty to practice new behav-
iors if they are already
doing all of the 10 pre-se-
lected activities," ex-
plained Dr. O'Neill.
As participants en-
ter their personal data,
they will see their point
totals for each day of the
week and for each of the
ten activities described
above. They'll also see a
bar graph that compares
their personal progress
to the average scores of
everyone else participat-
ing in the Challenge.
Daily motivational mes-
sages will also be provid-
ed to participants. Paper
tracking forms can be
downloaded to keep
track of daily activities
until they are entered
online. To sign up for
"Spring 2011 SSHW
Challenge" visit the
SSHW Web site at
http://njaes.rutgers.edu/
sshw/.
The University of
Florida Extension/
IFAS Extension - Madi-
son County is an Equal
Employment Opportu-
nity Affirmative Action
Employer authorized to
provide research, edu-
cational information
and other services only
to individuals and insti-
tutions that function
without regard to race,
color, national origin,
sex, age, religion, polit-
ical beliefs or disabili-
ty.


-F�T


The REPUBLICAN CLUB will meet at noon on
Monday April 11h at Shelby's Restaurant. Mark
your calendars and join us! All are welcome.

The REPUBLICAN PARTY of Madison County
will meet 7pm Tuesday April 19th at the Madison
County Public Library meeting room.
Republicans are welcomed.

Paid for and approved by the Madison County
Republican Executive Committee
MadisonRepublican@embarqmail.com


Its Time for an Upgrade!

Would you like to give up the name tag for a business card? Ready to
sell that old TV to make room for a new one? Well, this is your chance.
Check out the Classifieds today!


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Publisher Classified and
Emerald Greene Legal Ads
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Editor Deadline for classified
Jacob Bembry is Monday at 3 p.m.

Production Manager Deadlinefor
Heather Bowen legal advertisements is
Wednesday at 5 p.m.
Staff Writers There will be a $3 charge
Kristin Finney and for affidavits.
Marianne Graves
Circulation
Graphic Designers Department
Stephen Bochnia Sheree Miller
and Dee Hall
Subscription Rates:
Advertising Sales In-County $35
Representatives Out-of-County $45
Mary Ellen Greene, (State & local
Dorothy McKinney taxes included)
Jeanette Dunn and
Kimberly McLeod

-Since 1865-
"Telling it like it is with honesty and integrity."
Zhe Mlabison Enterprise-Recorter
Madison Recorder established 1865
New Enterprise established 1901
Consolidated June 25, 1908
Published weekly by Greene Publishing Inc., 1695 S SR 53,
Madison, FL 32340. Periodicals postage PAID at Madison Post Office
32340. Publication No. 177.400.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Madison Enter-
prise-Recorder, P.O. Drawer 772, Madison, FL 32341-0772.
This newspaper reserves the right to reject any advertisement,
news matter or subscriptions that, in the opinion of the management,
will not be for the best interest of the county and/or the owners of this
newspaper, and to investigate any advertisement submitted.
All photos given to Greene Publishing Inc. for publication in
this newspaper must be picked up no later than 6 months from the
date they are dropped off. Greene Publishing Inc. will not be respon-
sible for photos beyond said deadline.


Conservative

Corner
By Claudia Anderson,
Vice Presiderinl t'llie Replublicanii C'll


THE "ANTI" PATRIOT ACT

On October 25, 2001, Senator Russ Feingold (D-
WI) stated his concerns regarding the passage of the
USA Patriot Act. He said: "Of course, there is no
doubt that if we lived in a police state, it would be
easier to catch terrorists. If we lived in a country
that allowed the police to search your home at any
time for any reason; if we lived in a country that al-
lowed the government to open your mail, eavesdrop
on your phone conversations, or intercept your
email communications; if we lived in a country that
allowed the government to hold people in jail indefi-
nitely based on what they write or think, or based on
mere suspicion that they are up to no good, then the
government would no doubt discover and arrest
more terrorists. But that probably would not be a
country in which we would want to live. And that
would not be a country for which we could, in good
conscience, ask our young people to fight and die. In
short, that would not be America." (Not America?)
Since passage of this Act, Congress, the presi-
dent and agencies of the federal government have
powers which have grown unchecked. Where's the
Bill of Rights in:
- Spying on Americans without showing any
evidence that they may be involved in criminal or
terrorist activities. The FBI can now write and ap-
prove its own search orders.
- Detaining Americans indefinitely without
granting them access to an attorney, or the courts
simply because someone in the government has de-
clared them an "enemy combatant". (Tea Party
grandma?)
- The ability to search and seize Americans' pa-
pers and effects without showing probable cause.
- The FBI unlimited wiretapping of home
phones without having to identify the target or
phone number, just because the suspect "might" use
the phone.
- Agents or informants may attend religious or
political gatherings to monitor what is being said
and who is attending. (Politically correct sermons
only? WWJD?)
Senator Feingold was the only one to vote
against the ominous USA Patriot Act, warning that
the massive piece of legislation would open the door
to graver dangers than terrorism. (America becom-
ing a police state?)
Almost no debate or real consideration was giv-
en before the original Patriot Act was passed and it
has been extended each year since by voice vote and
with little protest.
In February, when the Senate attempted to push
through a THREE YEAR extension of expiring pro-
visions of the Patriot Act, again without a vote, it
was stopped temporarily with a 90 day extension.
Within weeks now, after they devote at least one
full week of time to the Patriot Act, with debate and
amendments, there will be a vote.
Before it is too late, we must tell Senators Marco
Rubio and Bill Nelson to join those who oppose the
USA Patriot Act and vote NO TO THE MADNESS
OF THE "'ANTI" PATRIOT ACT.


YOU ARE INVITED!
The Constitution / James Madison Dinner
With Special Guest
Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll
Thursday April 28th, 2011, 6 - 8 pm,
at Shelby's Restaurant
Tickets presold at $30 per person
For info and tickets, call Judy at 929-9122, or Mark
at 973-8888, or stop by Ameriprise Financial's
office between 9am and 2pm.



The US debt is now $14.27 TRILLION (source:
www.usdebtclock.org 4/5/11). YOUR SHARE (each
taxpayer) is $128,446, which has increased by $434
over the past month!




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Mr. Milton Parrish,
age 91, of Madison Coun-
ty, passed away peaceful-
ly at his home on April 3,
2011, of natural causes.
He was born on June
24, 1919, in St. Augustine
to Jennie Rebecca (Con-
ner) Parrish and George
Daniel Parrish. He was
the youngest of three
brothers. When Mr. Par-
rish was two years old,
his family moved to Mia-
mi, where he grew up.
He attended Buena Vista
Elementary School,
Robert E. Lee Junior
High, and in 1937, gradu-
ated from Miami Senior
High. Shortly thereafter,
he joined the carpenters
and joiners union and
began an apprenticeship
as a carpenter, where he
soon earned his journey-
man card. On Feb. 16,
1940, he married Mary
Winifred Batton and that
same year, he began
working as a switchman
on the FEC railroad. He
continued to work with
railroads until he enlist-
ed in the Army and be-
came an aviation cadet.
On July 2, 1941, his first
child, Michael Milton
Parrish, was born in Mi-
ami. Following his train-
ing as an air cadet, Mr.
Parrish served as a flight
instructor at various
bases in the USA. In the
fall of 1944, Mr. Parrish
was sent to England
where he was assigned
to be a B-24 pilot for the
duration of the war in
Europe. Most of his com-
bat service was with the
506th Squadron of the
44th Bomb Group, which
was based in Shipdham,
England.
During 1944-45, Mr.
Parrish flew many long
range bombing missions
deep into Germany He
flew several of his mis-
sions in a B-24 named
"Joplin Jalopy" in ap-
preciation for the citi-
zens of Joplin, Mo., who
purchased enough war
bonds to pay for a B-24.
At the end of the war in
Europe, Mr. Parrish flew
the Joplin Jalopy back to
the United States.
In early 1946, after
completing his military
service, Mr. Parrish
moved to Bogota, Colom-
bia, where he fist worked
as a pilot for a passenger
airline. In November of
that year, he moved to
Shellmera, Ecuador,
where he spent a year as
a pilot for the Shell Oil
Company. In November
of 1947, he returned to
Colombia and in Decem-
ber of 1948, his daughter,
Mary Lucretia Parrish
(Pfeil) was born. He
stayed in South America
working as an airplane
pilot for the Colombian
Petroleum Company and
other companies in
Colombia until early


1958, when he moved to
Madison and began
farming. His home from
1958 until he passed
away was a farmhouse
he built himself on the
west side of Lake
Rachel. A few years lat-
er, he bought a second
farm near Lee, where he
eventually based his
crop dusting business.
Mr. Parrish had a
lifetime interest in and
enthusiasm for flying
and after about 15 years
of not doing any flying
at all, he decided to add
crop dusting to his farm-
ing activities. He started
his crop dusting busi-
ness with a small PA-18
airplane. Shortly there-
after, he obtained FAA
approval to use a twin-
engine Navion for crop
dusting, and eventually,
he did all of his crop
dusting with a conven-
tional crop dusting air-
plane.
For many years, Mr.
Parrish was engaged in
both crop dusting and in
raising crops, cattle,
hogs and sheep on his
two farms. He continued
both activities as long as
possible, but with ad-
vancing age, he found it
prudent to retire from
active business activi-
ties, so he sold his air-
planes and farms and
enjoyed a long and com-
fortable retirement in
the house he built beside
Lake Rachel.
He is survived by his
oldest brother, G. David
Parrish of Miami; by his
children, Mary Lucretia
Pfeil, of Madison and
Michael M. Parrish, of
Tallahassee; by his three
grandchildren, Michael
Marshall Parrish of Ky-
oto, Japan, Jenny Rebec-
ca Black of Lakeland
and William Jackson
"Jake" Pfeil of Tallahas-
see. He is also survived
by four great-grandchil-
dren, Varn Michael
Black of Lakeland, Julie
Christine Black of Lake-
land, Ewan Michael Fu-
rumoto Parrish of
Kyoto, Japan, and, most
recently, Cole Jackson
Pfeil of Tallahassee; as
well as being survived
by a number of nieces
and nephews.
He was predeceased
by his first wife, Mary
Winifred (Batton) Par-
rish, who was the moth-
er of his children and by
his middle brother, Ran-
dolph "Randy" Parrish.
Visitation will be held
Wednesday, April 6, 2011,
from 6-8 p.m. at Beggs Fu-
neral Home, Madison
Chapel. Graveside ser-
vices will be held Thurs-
day at 11 a.m. at Oakridge
Cemetery in Madison.
Beggs Funeral
Home, Madison Chapel
(850) 973-2258, was in
charge of arrangements.


4/1
Bruce Blackshear - Driving while license
suspended (habitual offender)
4/2
Antonio Aviles Armas - Expired drivers li-
cense
4/3
Franklin McClamma - Aggravated assault to
a vehicle, abuse (domestic violence), VOP (cir-
cuit)
Loranza Powell - DUI
Matthew Gregory Maples - Driving while li-
cense suspended or revoked (knowingly)
4/4
Joel Nathan Folsom - Driving while license
suspended with knowledge, out of county war-
rant
Tortarian Lashardra Alexander - Failure to
appear
Jahman Dewan Harris - VOP (trespass after


Milton

Parrish


warning), trespassing
Seth Thomas Folsom
rant


Commissioner Townsend also spoke
of Madison's long and proud history of
military service and community support
of military personnel, military families
and veterans. Beginning in 1864, when
the St. John's Seminary, Dickinson Resi-
dence and historic Wardlaw-Smith Gaza
Mansion in Madison were used as hospi-
tals to treat wounded soldiers following
the Battle of Olustee fought east of Lake
City to America's first World War II
hero, aviator and Madison native Capt.
Colin P. Kelly, Jr. to the present day when
Madison's sons and daughters are serv-
ing either active duty or reserve duty in
defending and protecting our freedoms
around the world.
Finally, she spoke about the Madi-
son Military Family and Community
Covenant signed on Feb. 5, at the Madi-
son County Courthouse. The covenant
is a U.S. Army initiative to encourage
communities to pledge their support of


military personnel, military families
and veterans by signing a community
covenant. She stated that the Madison
community was honored to have Lt. Gov-
ernor Carroll attend the Madison Com-
munity Covenant Signing Ceremony
and deliver the keynote address.
Lt. Governor Carroll is an individ-
ual who has served her country and her
state with great distinction and honor.
From her 20 years of military service to
her public service, she has been and con-
tinues to be a great champion of mili-
tary personnel, military families and
veterans.
Following her remarks, Commis-
sioner Townsend thanked Lt. Governor
Carroll for her attendance at the Madi-
son Community Covenant Signing Cere-
mony and deliverance of the keynote
address by presenting her with the Key
to the City of Madison.


Tommy

Greiner
On Monday, April 4,
Tommy Greiner, age 68,
passed away doing ex-
actly what he loved. A
family man to the core
he spent his last mo-
ments on this earth on
horseback with his son,
Rick.
The funeral service
will be held Friday,
April 8, 2011, at Beggs
Funeral Home, Madi-
son Chapel at 11 a.m.
Burial to follow funeral
service at Hanson Unit-
ed Methodist Cemetery.
Visitation will be held
Thursday, April 7, 2011
from 6-8 p.m.
Tommy was born
May 2, 1942, in Sparta,
Mich. He was the son of
late Fred and Mary Nell
Greiner.
He is sur-
vived by his wife of 39
years, Barbara
Townsend Greiner;
three children, Leigh
Ann Greiner of Jack-
sonville, Leslie Stokes
(Robert) of Okee-
chobee, and Rick Grein-
er of Highmore, S.D. He
has three grandchil-
dren, Justina Stokes,
Cade Stokes and Reese
Greiner Stokes. He is
also survived by his sis-
ter, Barbara Robinson
(Robbie) of McDo-
nough, Ga., and nieces
and nephews.
He was co-owner
and operator of
Townsend Livestock
Market. He was a mem-
ber of Fellowship Bap-
tist Church, the Florida
Cattleman's Associa-
tion and a longtime
member of both Flori-
da Junior and High
School Rodeo Associa-
tions.
Tommy was a mem-
ber of the National
Guard and was actively
involved in the North
Florida Livestock
Show.
His family was his
passion and he spent
many hours with his
wife Barbara and their
three children. You
could find him in the
practice pen, on the ball
field or just relaxing in
his recliner surround-
ed by those he
loved. His laughter was
infectious. When
he was tickled, you
knew it, and before long
you were tickled
too!
Donations can be
made to The Justin
Cowboy Crisis Fund.
Information on this
fund can be found at
www.justinboots.com.











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hunkered down and continued to do
lessons. They, like Pinetta, used win-
dow light to light the classrooms, and
several classes rearranged to get clos-
er to the windows. Principal Jack Mc-
Clellan stated of the teacher's
response to the storm, "They went
above the call of duty, they had a hard-
ship and could have used it as a chance
to coast but they continued teaching,
and quality teaching at that. They did-
n't have any technology that they
could use, so they went to the old
school way of teaching. They were
great."
Dorothy McKinney, of Greene
Publishing, Inc., told this reporter,
"We were without power for two days.
It wasn't fun, especially since we live
out in the boonies. That means we had
no water, no air condition and no heat,
which was awful because I am always
cold, so I nearly froze during the night.


I am really glad we finally have power
again."
Valdosta Highway, Rocky Ford,
State Road 53 and several other major
roads in the county were covered with
debris. Though much of the destruction
has been cleaned up, the bike trail along
Valdosta Highway is still covered with
overturned trees and huge limbs.
In order to be better prepared for
storms such as this, all homes should
keep emergency kits. These should
contain bottled water, batteries, a bat-
tery operated radio and nonperishable
food items. Other tips for keeping safe
during large storms include avoid be-
ing outdoors or driving, if weather
conditions are dangerous. Stay in
rooms in your home that have few or
no windows such as a bathroom or a
hallway. Pet owners should also re-
member to bring all pets indoors so
that they are safe during the storm.


Is An Extension Right For You?


April 18, the tax filing
deadline for 2010 returns,
will be here before you
know it. If you won't be
able to file your income
tax return by then, be
sure to file a Form 4868
with the IRS. The exten-
sion is automatically
granted, and it gives you
until Oct. 17, 2011, to file
your return. The exten-
sion process is usually
quick and easy
Be aware, however,
that an extension to file
does not extend your time
to pay The IRS will still
assess interest on any un-
paid tax balance. In addi-
tion, unless you pay at
least 90% of your estimat-
ed tax liability by April 18,
you may be hit with a late-
payment penalty The
late-paying penalties,
however, are generally
minor compared to other
types of IRS penalties.
The penalty is 12 % of tax
due for each month that it
is not paid, up to a maxi-
mum of 250%.
Through the years, I
have seen many well-justi-
fied reasons for filing an
extension. However, in
certain circumstances,
even if you have no prob-
lem submitting your tax
return by the April 18
deadline, getting an exten-


Out of county war-


Bobby Elvis Collins, Jr. - Out of county war-
rant
Johnny Williams IV - VOP (circuit)
Kevin Aikens - VOP (circuit)
Walter Boyd - Possession of cocaine with in-
tent to sell, possession of a controlled substance
with intent to sell, possession of marijuana with


Business &
ax Insights
I Mark BiueIcher. C.RA.
Guest Columnist


sion might still be a good
idea.
If you aren't able to
pay all of the taxes that
you owe by April 18, an ex-
tension will allow you to
defer paying some of your
taxes until Oct. 17. As
long as you have paid 90 %
of your total tax liability
by April 18, you should
not be subject to IRS
penalties on the balance
due. And even though
you will owe interest on
the shortfall, the rate of
interest charged by the
IRS may be less than the
cost of borrowing else-
where.
If you are self-em-
ployed and you need a few
extra months to gather
the money necessary to
pay your income taxes
and to fully fund your re-
tirement plan, you might
also benefit by filing an
extension. To deduct con-
tributions made to a re-
tirement plan, the
contributions must be


made prior to the due date
of the tax return, includ-
ing extensions. By filing a
Form 4868 with the IRS,
you have up to six addi-
tional months to fund
your retirement plan.
One strategy commonly
used by self-employed in-
dividuals is to pay the full
amount of tax due with
the extension, and then to
fund their retirement
plan six months later.
Mark Buesche, CPA
is owner and principal
of Buescher and Ruff,
LLC, a local full service
accounting firm in
Madison, specializing
in tax preparation, busi-
ness consulting and tax
planning. Tax laws con-
tain varying effective
dates and numerous
limitations and exemp-
tions that cannot be
summarized easily. For
details and guidance for
your specific situation,
contact your tax advi-
sor.


intent to sell, possession of drug paraphernalia
Tiara Davis - Out of county warrant
Tolerance Dontay Straughter - Criminal reg-
istration
Elizabeth Maldonado - Criminal registration
4/5
Larry Bernard Joseph - Intent to purchase
cocaine
Alejandro Jiminez-Ruiz - No valid drivers li-
cense
Johnietha Izadella Boykins - Aggravated
battery (domestic violence)
Isaiah Jeremiah Robinson - Battery (domes-
tic violence)
Frome Ladale Akins - VOP (circuit, drug of-
fender probation)
Correction: In last week's newspaper, Ricar-
do Armondo Resindiz had been listed as being
arrested for failure to appear. It was a mistake by
the court and charges were dropped.


Storm


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Representative
Leonard Bembry (D-
Greenville) was pleased
to sponsor Ms. Savannah
Salter from Madison
County, to serve as a
page at the Capitol in
Tallahassee, for the
week of March 7-11 Leg-
islative Session. Ms.
Salter is the daughter of
Donny and Mickie
Salter, and she has four
brothers, Chris, Cole,
Steven and Dillan. Her
grandparents are Sam
and Sybil Hodge of En-
glewood, and Gracie
Adams of Suwannee
County. Ms. Salter is an
honor roll student in the
seventh grade at Madi-
son County Central
School. She participates
in the Saddles and Spurs
4-H Riding Club and
shows steers through
FFA and the Madison
County 4-H Livestock
Club and also partici-
pates on the Livestock
Judging Team for Madi-
son Central School FFA.
"The Florida House
of Representatives has
allowed interested mid-
dle and high school stu-
dents the opportunity to
participate in the legisla-
tive process for many
years. The Page and


Savannah Salter and
Representative Leonard Bembry


Messenger Program is a
wonderful learning expe-
rience for our young peo-
ple to see their state
government in action. In
my own personal experi-
ence, I was sponsored to
participate in a similar


program during session
in my seventh grade year.
I was truly inspired by
that opportunity and
knew that I would one
day run for political of-
fice," said Representative
Bembry


NFCC Seeks Entries For

Annual Quilt Show

Quilts on display April 14-16 in
conjunction with
Madison Down Home Days event


Attention, quilters
and quilt owners.
North Florida Commu-
nity College is seeking
entries for its ANNUAL
QUILT SHOW. Quilts
will be displayed at the
Wardlaw-Smith-Goza
Conference Center in
Madison, Florida in
conjunction with Madi-
son County's "Down
Home Days" celebra-
tion in April. The ex-
hibit will be open to the
public with free admis-
sion Thursday through
Saturday, April 14-16,
from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Show organizers are
calling on area quilt
owners to display hand-
made quilts whether
new or old, a treasured
heirloom or a recent
gift. Quilts will be dis-
played on the first and
second floors of the his-
toric WSG Conference
Center, known locally as
The Mansion. The Madi-
son County Garden Club
will also host a National
Garden Club level juried


flower show entitled quilt or multiple quilts
"Kaleidoscope" at The in NFCC's ANNUAL
Mansion to compliment QUILT SHOW are avail-
the quilt show April 14- able by contacting Maria
16. Greene, WSG Confer-
Don't miss this op- ence Center Coordina-
portunity to show off tor, at (850) 973-9432 or
your quilted treasures. email GreeneM@nfcc
Applications to enter a .edu.


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Dessert Bake-Off/Tasting Returns Set


"Mama's Kitchen" is the perfect
theme for the very popular Annual
Down Home Days Dessert Bake Off
and Tasting. This event, easily one of
the most popular and well received
each year. Once again, this tradition
is being sponsored by Bali's Base
Street/The Rosery Florist, located in
beautiful up-town Madison on the cor-
ner of Pinckney and Horry Streets.
Every entrant receives a Certifi-
cate of Appreciation, and a chance to
have that special dessert scored and
competitively evaluated by the multi-
faceted team of expert judges. Lucky
winners take home Blue, Red or White
Ribbon Rosettes, and as a token of ap-
preciation, a specially selected thank
you gift from the Base Street Staff.
From all the entries, a Grand Prize
winner is selected by the Judges' Vote
and awarded the coveted Purple
Rosette and the bragging rights as the
Best of the Best 2011.
All entries must be received at
Base Street Florist, located at 321 SW
Pinckney St, no later than 5 p.m. on
Thursday, April 14. Each entry should
be accompanied by TWO copies of the
original recipe-one to display during
the judging phase (with no name or
identifying marks of any kind) and


the second with your name and the
recipe for all the public to see and taste
during the Friday Night Down Town
festivities. Your picture will be made
with your entry if you like.
This year there is no limit to the
number of entries you may enter, how-
ever EACH entry must be accompa-
nied by the proper identification and
entry forms.
The Chamber is also proud to rec-
ognize three divisions again this year.
The Professional Division for those
who have received compensation for
their baking, Amateur for those who
have never been paid to bake, as well
as the Junior division for those en-
trants under the age of 16. Prizes will
be awarded 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in each
category as well as the Grand Prize for
the overall winner.
Come, join the fun and enter the
challenge!! The community is anxious-
ly awaiting the opportunity to sample
your prized concoction!!
For further information, please
contact Bali Thigpen or any member
of the Base Street Florist Staff for fur-
ther information, entry forms, rules,
sample score sheets, or for further as-
sistance, you may call 850-973-2525.
They look forward to seeing you there.


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The Fourth Annual Walk for Life to benefit A Women's Pregnancy Cen-
ter of Madison will be held Saturday, April 9.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. The Walk begins at 9 a.m. at the court-
house then around Lake Frances.
Visit 222.1ifeline-awpc.org to sponsor your favorite walker, print a reg-
istration form, make a donation, or register to walk.
Go out and walk to save the unborn.
For more information, please call (850) 973-6970.



Florida Farm Bureau


Annual State Wide


Agents Meeting


Your Wild Adventures
STAYCATION is calling!
We are the Official Park Hotels,
so come stay & play!


Photo submitted
On March 28-30 the Madison County Farm Bureau Agents went to
Gainesville, to attend the Annual State Wide Agents Conference. On the agenda
for this conference they discussed responsible growth, taking care of members,
membership benefits, new life products, (which will be available May 1) and
many, many more issues concerning Farm Bureau Insurance. The company is
very excited about the future and its growth. Pictured above are: Jimmy King
(agent) Freddy Pitts (agency manager) and Glen King (agent) holding several
plaques. Freddy was awarded these plaques because his counties (Madison, Jef-
ferson, Lafayette and Taylor) were number one in the district on paid / in force
life & health premiums, paid / in force life actual volume. The agents worked very
hard this year and got rewarded at the end. Freddy was also recognized by the
Underwriting Department for his commitment to integrity and professionalism
while providing outstanding service to our member policyholders and our com-
panies. Last but not least, he was also awarded for being the top agency man-
ager in his district and the STATE. Congratulations to Freddy (Madison,) Jimmy
(Madison), Glen (Madison), Lance (Lafayette), Ryan (Taylor) and Richie (Jeffer-
son) on a job well done. Hard work pays off and it shows.


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Representative Leonard Bembry
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As A Page At The Capitol During
The Week Of March 7-11


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Madison Chapter OES Installs New Officers


By Emerald Greene
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Madison Chap-
ter of the Eastern Star en-
tertained visitors and
members, Thursday
evening, March 17, and
installed its new slate of
officers for the ensuing
2011 year. The special
event took place at the
Masonic Lodge/Eastern
Star building in down-
town Madison.
The special slated
meeting began at 5:00 p.m.
with the 2010 officers of
the local chapter opening
the chapter in long form.
The installing offi-
cers, Helen Miller, Past
Grand Matron of GA; Ed-
ward Morrow, Past Pa-
tron; Carolyn Boles, Past
Matron; Mary Alice
Dowdy, Past Matron; and
Linda Peace, Past Ma-
tron, installed the new
Madison Chapter officers
with style and grace.
The Order of the
Eastern Star, Madison
Chapter 109 officers for
2011 year include: Worthy
Matron, Edith E. Terry;
Worthy Patron, Richard
Terry; Assoc. Matron,
Jennifer Stanley; Assoc.
Patron, Homer Melgaard;
Secretary, Karen FerDon;
Treasurer, Beth Ward;
Conductress, Marcia
Sawin; Assoc. Conduc-
tress, Stacy Lundell;
Chaplain, Albert "Bert"
Banks; Marshal, April
Lundell; Adah, Judith
Lundell; Ruth, Mary He-
len Studebaker; Esther,
Nancy Banks; Electa,
Imogene "Yvonne"
Smith; Warder, Roy Hi-
bbs; and Sentinel, C.D.
Agner, Jr.
Following installa-
tion all guests, members


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, March 17,2011
The new 2011 officers from Madison Chapter #109 are (Front row, left to right:) Edith E. Terry, Worthy Matron; Richard Terry, Worthy
Patron; and Jennifer Stanley, Assoc. Matron. Back row, left to right: Karen FerDon Secretary; Albert "Bert" Banks, Chaplain; April Lun-
dell, Marshal; Mary Helen Studebaker, Ruth; Nancy Banks, Esther; Imogene "Yvonne" Smith, Electa; and C.D. Agner, Jr., Sentinel. (Not
pictured: Homer Melgaard, Assoc. Patron; Beth Ward, Treasurer; Marcia Sawin, Conductress; Stacy Lundell, Assoc. Conductress; Ju-
dith Lundell, Adah; and Roy Hibbs, Sentinel.)


and visitors enjoyed deli-
cious refreshments down-
stairs, and then the
regular March meeting
was held at 7 p.m.
The Madison Eastern
Star is a service organiza-
tion, a sister group of the
Masons.
The Order of the
Eastern Star, or OES, is
an adoptive rite of
Freemasonry with its
philosophy clearly based
on the Holy Bible. Its ob-
jectives are charitable,
and benevolent. OES is a
social order, comprised of
persons with spiritual
values, but it is not a reli-
gion. Its appeal rests in
the true beauty of the re-
freshing and character-
building lessons that are
so sincerely portrayed in
its ritualistic work.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, March 17,2011
Installing Officers - Helen Miller, Past Grand Matron of GA, Installing Officer; Edward Morrow, Past Pa-
tron, (gave Obligation); Carolyn Boles, Past Matron, Installing Marshal; Mary Alice Dowdy, Past Matron, In-
stalling Chaplain; Linda Peace, Past Matron, Installing Organist; Edith E. Terry, Worthy Matron and E.
Richard Terry, Worthy Patron.


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searchable access to public notices aggregated from Florida newspapers.
Government posting of government notices on government websites takes away
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Making government officials responsible for notifying the public on their own
websites carries with it a potential for abuse. For example, it may create the
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public notice is not published or contains false information, the newspaper is more
likely to catch the mistake.
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The internet does not provide as reliable an archival history of public notices as
newspapers due to its vulnerability in the form of hackers, viruses, and downed
servers.
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publication and a secure and verifiable paper trail
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Madison Junior Auxiliary Celebrates Service In April


15,039 - The number
of women serving their
communities through
the National Associa-
tion of Junior Auxil-
iaries.
106,767 - The num-
ber of service hours Ju-
nior Auxiliary members
worked in their commu-
nities in 2009-10.
$2,430,656 - The
amount of money Ju-
nior Auxiliaries invest-
ed in eight southeastern
states in 2009-10.
Return on that in-
vestment - priceless
The hard work goes
on year-round, but dur-
ing the first week of
April each year, the Ju-
nior Auxiliary of Madi-
son pauses to say thanks
to the community for an-
other great year.
A year packed with
service to families and
children through ser-
vice projects that in-
clude everything from
Coat Drives and Thanks-
giving Baskets to "Car-
oling with the Elderly"
and having "Cookies
with Santa" for the chil-
dren.
This month JA of
Madison County will be
working with area youth
at our annual Fitness
Fair on Thursday, April
21, at MCHS, capping a
year of emphasis on
healthy lifestyles. Other
activities have included
speakers Sarah Panzau,
making smart decisions
and driving safety, Fu-
tureNow presentations,
and suicide prevention
training by the Jason
Foundation for area
teachers.
JA of Madison has
25 members who each
donate over 1,000 service
hours every year to the
chapter's various pro-
jects. The chapter raises
funds each year through
their JA Jewels (corpo-
rate sponsors) and a big
event - this year's Luau
at the Lake scheduled
for Saturday, April 9,
2011 at the Barksdale
Farm..
"This is such an ex-
citing week for us, be-
cause it gives us a
chance to thank all of
the citizens of Madison
for supporting us in this
work, and to recognize
our wonderful corporate
sponsors who finance
these projects," Janis
Bunting, president,
said. "The families and
children we serve are so
deserving and thankful
for this assistance, and
none of that would be
possible without the
support of the entire
community"
Junior Auxiliary
has a rich history of ser-
vice, and the Junior
Auxiliary of Madison, is
carrying on that tradi-
tion. This Chapter em-
braces the founding
principles of our nation-
al organization, "help-
ing children and making
a difference in their
lives," said Charlotte
Seals, NAJA President.
Madison Junior
Auxiliary is a part of
the National Associa-
tion of Junior Auxil-
iaries (NAJA), a
non-profit organization
founded in 1941 with
headquarters in
Greenville, Miss. NAJA
has more than 15,000 ac-
tive, associate, and life
members in 101 chapters
in Alabama, Arkansas,
Florida, Louisiana, Mis-
sissippi, Missouri, Ten-
nessee and Texas.
The NAJA slogan is
"Care Today - Character


Tomorrow" and when
teamed with the current
focus of the Association,
Junior Auxiliary Chap-
ters are working more
than ever before to in-


Photo submitted


JA members and guests at the Fitness Fair, chaired by Cathy Rogers.


Photo submitted


The 2010-11 Junior Auxiliary chapter members.


Photo submitted


The Cherrys and Becky Driggers carol with the elderly.


Photo submitted
Missy Cherry and other JA members are pictured with Thanksgiving baskets following their march in the Four Freedoms Parade.
crease awareness of futures. ductible donation to JA Cathy Rogers or incom- formation on NAJA, vis-
child health and welfare For more informa- of Madison County, con- ing Treasurer Wendy it www.najanet.org or
and how it affects their tion, or to make a tax de- tact incoming President Anderson. For more in- call (662) 332-3000.













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School


Friday, April 8, 2011


NTCS Hosts Career Day


On Wednesday,
March 23, New Testa-
ment Christian School
held its first Career Day.
The theme of Career
Day for all seventh
through 12th grade stu-
dents was "M.A.P. it Out"
which represented the
Motivation and Abilities
of each student and the
Pursuit of each student's
dream. Maritza and Raul
Dominguez, members of
New Testament Christ-
ian Center from Miami
and Madison, gave very
motivational talks enti-
tled "It's Your Time!" and
"Pursuing Your Dream".
Maritza gives leadership
training and motivation-
al presentations around
the world as an employee
of Ken Blanchard Com-
panies. In her talk, she
used video clips from
"Chariots of Fire," the
story of Eric Liddell.
Raul was a heli-
copter pilot in Vietnam
and is now a charter jet
pilot and helicopter in-
structor and pilot.
Two others who pre-
sented very interesting
and educational talks in-
cluded Tinka Brannon
and Vicki Stanton, a
paramedic and EMT,


Photo submitted
Tinka Brannon of Madison EMS explains ambulance procedures to Kallai
Collinsworth, Baleigh Gray and Jeremy Scott.


from Madison County's
Emergency Medical Ser-
vices. These ladies also
gave the students a tour
of the ambulance. Pre-
senting an informative
talk on Agriculture was
Dan Fenneman, Agent
from Madison County
Extension Office. Then
Julie Townsend from


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Maritza and Raul Dominguez, motivational
speaker and pilot, have homes in Miami and Madison
and are a part of NTCC.


NFCC gave an enlighten-
ing and enjoyable presen-
tation on the different
aspects of Nursing.
She was followed by
Gary Calhoun, Chief of
Police, who used a Pow-
erPoint presentation on
Law Enforcement.
Chief Calhoun also
relayed some of his per-
sonal experiences in his
pursuit of becoming a
law officer. A short por-
tion of the video, "Work-
ing in Your Strengths" by
Dave Ramsey, was also
watched by the partici-
pating students.
After a lunch buffet
for students and guests,
Cecy Sessions, a radiolo-
gist at South Georgia
Medical Center in Val-
dosta, gave an overview
of Radiologic Technolo-
gy and answered specific
questions. Ron Dress-
man, member of NTCC,
gave a talk on his career
as an engineer and also
presented information
about other fields of en-
gineering. Ron Zant, also
of NTCC, shared some of


his life experiences and
wisdom on Learning and
Law.
Following the speak-
ers for the day, students
were given brochures
from various colleges
and the armed forces,
sample resume forms,
and information on
Bright Futures Scholar-
ships. Adrian Peters,
graduate of NTCS, for-
mer NFCC Student of the
Year, and senior at FSU,
gave a brief breakdown
of the differences be-
tween loans, grants, and
scholarships.
Elaine Doyle, Princi-
pal of NTCS, said, "Our
students were excited
about Career Day, and we
look forward to seeing
the impact that this day
makes in the lives of our
young people."


Photo submitted
Cecy Sessions, radiologist at South Ga. Medical
Center, gives a talk on radiologic technology.


Photo submitted
Gary Calhoun, Madison Chief of Police, shares
information on law enforcement.


Four madison Central Students

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Brandon Wisor, and Corey Brandies.
By Lynette Norris
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The patron saint of poetry has
been busy at the Madison County Cen-
tral School, where four students took
top honors in the seventh grade divi-
sion of the Florida State Poets Associ-
ation (FSPA) 2010-11 Student Poetry
Contest.
There were more than 300 student
entries from school districts all over
Florida, and of those 300, Out-of-state
judges for the FSPA selected the best 30
in Florida, 15 for place winners and 15
honorable mentions.
In the seventh grade division, four
of the top six spots went to Madison
County Central School students: Asha
Davis (First Place), Brandon Wisor
(Third Place), Corey Brandies (Second
Honorable Mention) and Ashlyn
Blount (Third Honorable Mention).
"I'm really proud of my students,"
said Celeste Fleming, who teaches sev-
enth grade English Language Arts at
Madison Central. "That they took this
on and followed through with it and
did so well." Fleming, in her third
year at MCCS, said she wanted her stu-
dents to broaden their horizons and
encouraged them to type up their po-
ems, fill out the entry forms, and go for
it.
Ironically, Fleming added, first
place winner Asha Davis initially
thought she couldn't write poetry, even


though she often wrote extra verses for
songs at her church. Davis took the top
spot for her poem entitled "Extra Foot-
prints."
Brandon Wisor's "The Ocean"
earned third place honors. Corey
Bandies received Second Honorable
Mention with "The Best Doggone Dog"
and Ashlyn Blount took third honor-
able mention with "The Purest Heart."
Each poet received a congratulato-
ry letter and an award certificate im-
printed with his or her name and the
title of the poem. On the back of each
certificate were handwritten notes of
praise from the judges. The winners
will also have their poems automati-
cally forwarded to the national level to
compete in the National Manningham
Trust Student Poetry Contest for possi-
ble cash prizes. Winners at the nation-
al level will be announced sometime in
May
This fall, the four winners from
Madison will also see their poems pub-
lished. They will be included in the
Student Section of this year's FSPA an-
nual anthology of members' poetry,
which comes out in the fall.
Madison County Central School
will receive a copy of the anthology,
and each of the four winners will also
receive a complimentary copy mailed
to their home address.
Congratulations, Asha, Brandon,
Corey and Ashlyn.


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Church


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By Nell Dobbs
'And an highway shall be there, ing their children morning, noon and
and a way..." part of Isaiah 35:8 and as night and so should we.
I travel the Valdosta Highway, I give In night church, Preacher Dave
thanks that it's better than ever (ex- Lamb of Grand Rapids, Mich., pre-
cept a short space just south of Han- sented pictures and gave a report of
son) and that it is finally finished, his recent three-week trip to Central
There are so many references to the Africa and answered questions. He
word WAY. Jesus said, "I am the Way gave thanks for those who had prayed
and there is no other way." for him and the others who went. In
On the news, we hear much about their churches, the individual church
BULLYING and the consequences (of- sponsors missionaries.
ten suicide). In the absence of our We are to pray for others and to
Sunday School teacher (Kathy McCol- give thanks for those who pray. I had
lum (and Roger) on a special vacation seen Elmire Cantey and asked about
given by their daughters and families, her Michael. She said how touched
Sue and I joined Robin Hill's class and blessed and thankful he is to know
taught by Lynne Sapp. They are using he's thought about and prayed for.
Vibrant Church and in the lesson from Amen! We give thanks, too, for people
Titus 1:7 (Holman Christian Standard and to God that He thinks about us and
Bible): "For an overseer, as God's man- calls us by name.
ager, must be blameless, not quick-tern- What Good Samarian deeds for
pered, not addicted to wine, not a your families in our church did in An-
bully..." dulusia, Ala., as they worked in a
Such a blessed morning service as thrift store and did other missions of
Brady Browning, son of Mark and mercy - the Driggerses, the Hills, the
Jennifer, was baptized by Preacher Pikes and the Washingtons.
Law and then as Rhett Rutherford, son Remember to pray for North
of Will and Kim, came forward wish- American Missions this week and give
ing to join the church as he has been to the Annie Armstrong Easter Offer-
saved and the whole church rejoiced ing. Our goal is $2,000.
over these two and with them. Holy Week is April 18-22, and at
Jim Carey led us in singing "No- noon daily Friday, the service will be
body Fills My Heart Like Jesus." It is at our church.
so touching. David Fries blessed us as The annual children's Easter Egg
he always does. Milton Driggers Hunt will be Saturday, April 23, at 11
prayed for WC. and Frances Copeland a.m. at the Beggs' barn.
and her mother, Mrs. Stewart, in How beautiful the sidewalks, the
Smith Hospital, as I asked him to as he fence and the grass between the sanc-
prayed the offertory prayer. Thanks. tuary and the fellowship hall!
The choir sang "Not Guilty" Beth "It is the business of Christians
Carey had the lead part. to pray" and we pray we'll remember
Preacher Law used Luke 6:48-49 to be about the King's business and
about being wise and building our pray for all the ill ones, sad ones, lost
houses upon the Solid Rock to be safe. ones at home and abroad and given
Then, in Judges 2 about Joshua's Gen- thanks for answered prayers.
eration of Following God's Way, teach- Amen!


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Renowned Author And Speaker, Dr David Jeremiah,
To Host Rally In Tallahassee

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The heart of Turning Point is to
communicate the Gospel of Jesus
Christ to the lost, encourage the
church, strengthen faith, deepen un-
derstanding, and share life-changing
Biblical truths throughout the world.
Dr. David Jeremiah has a message
heavy on his heart to share, where the
sole intent is to build-up the body and
grow God's kingdom, the local church.
Turning Point ministers to people
all around the world through its radio
and television ministries. The pur-
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miah" Rally in Tallahassee on
Thursday, April 14, is not only for the
people who faithfully tune in each
week to come to a live Turning Point
event, but to provide another bold av-
enue for the truth of Jesus Christ, to
be heard in Glendale and across the
nation!
When attending "'An Evening with
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encouraged by Christ-centered wor-
ship, special musical guests, and pow-
erful teaching by Dr. David Jeremiah.
This event in Tallahassee at the Leon
County Civic Center is also a great op-
portunity to invite friends and family
who don't know the Lord. During this
evening, they will hear, with urgency,


Dr David Jeremiah
the importance of knowing Jesus
Christ as their personal Savior.
This Tallahassee Rally on April
14 is offered to the public at no cost.
Invite friends and family to come join
and be encouraged by the promise
and hope in Jesus Christ! Compli-
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Yogi Bear's Jellystone Campground will host a gospel sing in the
Opry Hall on Saturday, April 9.
Featured performers for the evening will be the McCormick Fami-
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Admission is $3 at the door or two for $5.
There will be food, fun and prizes for everyone.
Go early, so you can get a good seat.
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as a mission.
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Church as a mission. The three paintings recognize all three churches.
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From the May 25, 1973

Madison Enterprise-Recorder


The Mavericks are pictured left to right: Allen McCormick, Joe McClamma, Clyde Reid and Mac McCormick. They were called "Pinetta's Gift to the World of
Country Western, Modern and Rock." They had just returned from Nashville, Tenn., where they had recorded the song "Can't I Have This Woman?" and the in-
strumental "Al-Mac."


On This Day In History
April 8th
History Channel
History. com

Hank Aaron Hits Career Home Run
On this day in 1974, Hank Aaron of the Atlanta Braves hit his 715th ca-
reer home run, breaking Babe Ruth's legendary record of 714 homers. A
crowd of 53,775 people, the largest in the history of Atlanta-Fulton County
Stadium, was with Aaron that night to cheer when he hit a 4th inning pitch
off the Los Angeles Dodgers' Al Downing. However, as Aaron was an
African American who had received death threats and racist hate mail dur-
ing his pursuit of one of baseball's most distinguished records, the achieve-
ment was bittersweet.


From the May 31, 1973
Madison Enterprise-Recorder


April 11, 1941
George Carter and C.G. Campbell
are lodged in the county jail, charged
with stealing $1,000 from Howard Ox-
ford, local businessman.
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Bell and chil-
dren attended church at Midway
Church of God Sunday and were din-
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Quincy
Thomas.
Mrs. Frank Shackelford of Cherry
Lake was visiting R.S. Shackelford
Monday.
Walter Bishop of Greenville is
opening a lunch stand near his garage.
Short orders and regular meals will be
served and Walt invites his many
friends to drop by and sample some
good cooking.
April 6, 1951
Sheriff Moore has installed a two-
way radio in his automobile, connect-
ed with the highway patrol stations,
which enables him to put in and re-
spond to calls in many cases more
quickly.
W Newt Webb of Lee is in the
Madison hospital, desperately ill. He
suffered a stroke while a manager at
the town election in Lee Tuesday af-
ternoon.
Pvt. J.W Wynn of Ft. Jackson visit-
ed his parents, Mr. and Mrs. WM. Wynn,
last weekend.
The WCTU will meet next Tuesday,
April 10, at the Presbyterian church.


April 7, 1961
Jimmy Davis, manager of Davis
Service Station, which is holding a
three-day Farmers Days celebration
this weekend, has a pig to give away.
Jimmy says guess the pig's weight and
the oinker is yours.
The bookmobile is scheduled to
be at the Lee School on Saturday,
from 11:45 a.m.-3:15 p.m. and then at
the Lee Post Office from 3:20-3:45 p.m.
Youth night will be Friday, April
7, at Pinetta Baptist Church. Rev. J.D.
Young of Brewer Lake will bring the
message.
A 1948 Chevy 4-door Hound Dog
is for sale at Hardee Motor Company
for $95.
April 9, 1971
Mr. and Mrs. John Butler Whitty
of Lee celebrated their 50th wedding
anniversary on Sunday, April 4.
At the opening of the North Val-
dosta Race Track last Saturday
night, Sputter Ragans, of Madison,
took up where he left off at the end
of last season - winning the 30-lap
feature sportsman class.
Jim Sale was host recently at a
delightful supper party, honoring
Miss Jane McClellan, of Atlanta, Ga.
Mrs. Frankie Henderson and
Mrs. Frances Poppell of Jack-
sonville were visiting with Mrs.
Hazel Plant and Mrs. Laila Edwards
Saturday.


Adding greatly to the homecoming program at Ebenezer Church were Carl
and Kayte Fuqua, talented singers. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Fuqua.


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Outdoors


Friday, April 8, 2011


NFCC, 4-IH CONTINUE TRADITION OF EDIJUCATING AREA

THIRD GRADERS ABOUT ITHEI (llEAT OUTDOORS


For the past 21 years, North Florida Communi-
ty College has opened its campus to Madison Coun-
ty third graders for a one-day exploration focused on
the environment and preserving our natural re-
sources. Ecology Day 2011, sponsored by Madison
County 4-H and NFCC, kept that tradition alive with
almost 250 area third graders visiting the NFCC
campus and Ladell Brothers Outdoor Environmen-
tal Center on March 25.
"It gets kids out of the classroom and into na-
ture's classroom where they can learn to respect na-
ture while they are having fun," said Beth Moore,
Principal of Pinetta Elementary School.
Coordinated by NFCC instructor Bonnie Little-
field, Becky Bennett and Diann Douglas of the Madi-
son County Extension Office, this year's Ecology
Day consisted of seven outdoor stations that chil-
dren rotated among to learn about recycling, ento-
mology, forest ecology, water quality, fish and
insects, plants, beekeeping and overall preservation
of the environment.
"We learned about recycling, fresh water, ponds
and lakes; we learned about bee hives and honey
and different kinds of trees," said Karissa of Lee El-
ementary School. "I learned you can recycle many
things and if you recycle you can keep Madison
beautiful," said Gregory Denson of Madison County
Central School.
Many community and student volunteers assist-
ed with Ecology Day including approximately 45
NFCC students and S.O.A.R. (Save Our Animal Re-
sources) club members. S.O.A.R. also sponsored
lunch for Ecology Day volunteers, presenters and
assistants. "S.O.A.R. members feel that this outdoor
educational experience is extremely important to
support for future generations," said Littlefield.


Photo submitted
Jan Peters of Florida A&M University's Depart-
ment of Entomology talks to area third graders about
biodiversity.


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Photo submitted
Tony Hogg shows third grader Erin Taylor a bee
hive during Ecology Day 2011.

"Many of them remember when they were 3rd
graders and enjoyed the experience."
Most of the presenters at Ecology Day return
year after year to share their knowledge and love of
nature with area students. Madison County Recy-
cling representative James Fudge spoke to the chil-
dren about the importance of recycling and
explained what items can and can't be recycled.
Area foresters led discussions on forest ecology
teaching the children about forestry and fire safety.
NFCC instructor Barry Barnhart spoke to the
third graders about early pioneers, American Indi-
ans and plants. He explained how nature is used in
everyday foods, beverages and medicines. Tony
Hogg, owner of Full Moon Apiary of Jefferson
County, led a beekeeping station and shared infor-
mation on the life of bees and the important role
they play in pollination.
Jan Peters of Florida A&M University's Depart-
ment of Entomology, identified insects and bugs
caught by the students and set up a butterfly and in-
sect display for the children to view. Dr. Sharon Fitz-
Coy of the University of Florida's Department of
Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences helped children cap-
ture small pond creatures with nets and then identi-
fied the creatures and answered questions from
students. Representatives from the Department of
Environmental Protection were also on site teach-
ing the young students about water quality and
preservation. "Kids are pretty disconnected with
nature these days and it's important to get them out


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Dr. Sharon Fitz-Coy
of the University of Flori-
da's Department of Fish-
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Sciences identifies small
pond creatures and an-
swers questions for stu-
dents at Ecology Day
2011.


Photo submitted
Karissa Kervin of Lee Elementary School cap-
tures some small pond creatures to study at Ecology
Day 2011.
into their local environment where they can make
observations and learn," said one DEP representa-
tive.
The hands-on approach to learning is very pop-
ular among area elementary teachers and third
graders who attend Ecology Day each year. Schools
attending Ecology Day 2011 were Madison County
Central, Pinetta Elementary, Lee Elementary,
Greenville Elementary, Madison Academy, LATMA
Christian Academy and New Testament Christian
School.
The NFCC Ladell Brothers Outdoor Environ-
mental Center is open year round to visitors. School
groups or other groups interested in a guided tour
should contact Bonnie Littlefield, (850) 973-1687 or
LittlefieldB@nfcc.edu, or Dr. Michael Stine at (850)
973-1645 or Stinem@nfcc.edu. More information is
also available at http://www.nfcc.edu/community-
programs/ladell-nature-center For more informa-
tion on Madison County 4-H, visit
http://madison.ifas.ufl.edu/4h.shtml.


Photo submitted
Third grader Bailey Watts shows off a butterfly at
Ecology Day 2011.

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House Keeping-Cooking,
Yard Work, Rentals
850-971-5880 or
850-464-2920
4/6, pd
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. 464-0353 (Cell)
rtn, n/c
I CAN DO
Artificial Insemination and
Embryo Transfer. Certified
in AI through ABS and ET
through Texas A&M
850-661-6868

6/23, rtn, n/c
Piano lessons are being
offered for individuals who
are beginners or veteran
players who wish to build or
polish their skills. Lessons
are one-on-one and
reasonably priced! For more
information, call (850) 464-
0114 or (850) 973-4622.

6/18, rtn, n/c



Wanted: Chickens, turkeys,
guineas and peafowl.
850-661-6868
rtn, n/c
Wanted: 4-wheel drive
tractor with front-end loader
& backhoe.
Call Tommy Greene 8-5
Monday - Friday at 973-4141
rtn, n/c
Wanted: BAND SAWMILL
CALL 850-973-4004. IF NO
ANSWER, PLEASE LEAVE
NAME, TELEPHONE NUMBER
AND INFO ABOUT THE MILL
rtn, n/c


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Diamond Plate Alum.
Pick-up truck tool boxes.
Various sizes. $50 each. Call
973-4172 - 8am-5pm M-F
5/6-rtn, n/c
PEANUT HAY
1000 pound rolls, $30 each
(or buy all 800 rolls
for $20 each)
Call 673-7711
12/8, rtn, n/c
Children's Dresses...
Size 3 - white long dress,
worn as flower girl dress,
sequin/beadwork all on
bodice, sequin/beadwork/
appliques on bottom,
built-in crinoline. - $50
Size 4 - off white dress, worn
as flower girl dress, lace
work around
bodice, pretty lace work at
bottom, cap sleeves - $25
Size 7-8 - off white dress,
worn as a flower girl dress,
overlay of lace
over entire dress, probably
knee to calf length - $25
Size 8 - white, long dress,
lace around neck with deco-
rative bodice - $25
Size 16 - white long pageant
gown, cap sleeves, white
sequin work across entire
bodice and sleeves, buttons
around neck with circular
cut-out on back, beautiful
gown - $100
Teen dresses.....

Size 14 (child's size 14 but
dress is for a teen division
approximately 13-15) -
GORGEOUS lime green
dress, strapless but with
spaghetti straps that criss
cross across the back,
sequins spotted across the en-
tire gown, built-in
crinoline - absolutely
gorgeous. - $300
(paid over $500 for it)
Call 850-973-3497
and leave message.
3/3, rtn, n/c

To Place

Your Classified
Call 973-4141


YARD SALE -
ESTATE SALE
Saturday 9'
5581 South State Road 53 *
Madison
CHINA * FURNITURE
Many other items!
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
850-973-6996
cell 850-973-7011
4/8, pd



2 Bedroom, 1 Bath House
$450. mo. Call 869-0916
3/9, rtn, c
House For Rent
3 BR, 2 Full Baths.
Convenient shopping,
located up town
behind Harvey's.
HUD/Section 8 accepted.
Call 850-973-6748

4/6, pd.
2 bed 1 bath mobile home,
washer & dryer, close to
NFCC. Adults only.
Non-smokers. No pets.
Call (850) 843-0980.

4/6 - 4/13, c
3 BR, 2 BA Mobile Home
Private large yard
No Pets
1 year lease.
$600 month, $600 security.
907-887-3812
3/9, rtn, c

1 bedroom, 1 bath house,
Storage shed, double
carport, private, no pets,
near Blue Springs. 1 year
lease. $475 month, $475
security. 907-887-3812
3/9, rtn, c

Studio Apartment
For Rent
Adults only.
Quiet Country Setting.
Modern Kitchen,
Large Bedroom,
and Family Room
Heating & A/C.
Ideal for
Retired Persons.
Non-smokers
Call 850-973-8548
1/5, rtn, n/c

Madison Heights
Apartments
1,2,3 & 4 bedroom apts.
Section 8 Housing designed
for low income families
150 SW Burngardner Dr.
Madison, FL
Phone 850-973-4290
TDD 711
Equal Housing
Opportunity
8/11, rtn, c


$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
Opportunity
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Rental assistance may be
available. HUD vouchers
accepted. 1, 2, & 3 BR
HC & non-HC accessible
apts. Call 850-973-8582,
TDD/TTY 711. 315 SW
Lawson Circle,
Madison, FL 32340.
Equal Housing
Opportunity


HOME FOR SALE
3 BR, 2.5 BA, manufactured
home on 40 acres, 5 miles
from Madison. Fenced and
cross-fenced. Well water, all
pastures. Several out
buildings. $199,000.
Call 973-3885.

3/16 - 4/6, pd
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
rtn, n/c

County Camp Rd - 2ac.
city water, $1,000 down
$225/mo, or $15,000 cash.

Hwy 90 - 3.4ac wooded
between Madison and Lee.
$24,995 Owner financing.

Lee - 5 acres corner
Juniper and Jade Rd.
Cleared, $29,995
Owner
Financing.
Call Chip Beggs
850-973-4116.
3/9, rtn, c





Unique dream kitchen home.
New furniture and
appliances go with this one.
Call CW at 386-719-5560
3/16 - 4/27, c
We do modular homes.
Cheapest in North Fla. Call
Mike today to see if you
qualified for zero down.
386-623-4218.
3/23, rtn, c
I Want To Sell My Home.
Moving Out of State In April
Call 904-504-3986
3/16 - 4/27, c
1999 2 bedroom 14 x 70
2 bath. Only 9,995! Call
Steve at 386-365-8549
3/23, rtn, c
Five bedroom, 3 bath home.
Has bonus room. Lots of
extras. $399 with
air, skirt, and steps
Call CW at 386-719-5641
3/16 - 4/27, c
Trade in your old home
on this display.
Need to move this 2009 4/2.
904-504-3986
3/16 - 4/27, c
New mobile home
with 5 % interest rate.
Cheapest deals in town.
Low down payments.
Call Mike at 386-623-4218.
3/23, rtn, c
No money down.
Home loans,
All applications excepted!
Call For Approval
386-719-5560
3/16 - 4/27, c
Sick and tired of paying
rent? Credit score in the 600
range? $5,000 cash to put
down. Call Lynn at
386-365-4774.
3/23, rtn, c
We do small land home
packages. All under 80K.
Call Mike at 386-623-4218.
3/23, rtn, c

To Place Your Classified
Call 973-4141 |


S S S S S S S S S


EYIEAT LY,
over 2300 sq. ft. suitable for commerical or
residential use, includes:
Extra Lot already fenced, 8 Huge Rooms Plus
Kitchen & 1.5 Baths, Central Heat & Air.

MANY IDEAS FOR USES SUCH AS:
Spa, Salon, Used Car Sales, Excercise, Dance Studio,
Pre-School/Daycare, Residence, Restaurant,
Professional Offices, Retail Space, Wholesale Outlet,
Nursing Home/Multi-Family, Church, Medical,
Photography, Nursery, Catering, Travel Agency, Thrift
Store Or Many other uses.

Call today to set up arrangements for a showing. For
Sale $125,000 includes South Wing & Extra Lot, For
Rent $800 per month for Main House, $350 per month
for South Wing, Extra Lot Negotiable







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Be a CNA! Train now
for jobs in healthcare.
Professional environment and
instructors. No high school
diploma or GED required if
age 18 or over. Day and
evening classes. Quest Train-
ing Services 386-362-1065.
3/16 - 4/6,c
Movie Extras to stand in the
backgrounds for a major film
production. Earn up to $200
per day, experience not
required. 877-718-7069
3/2 - 4/20, pd
Brynwood Center
1656 South Jefferson Street
Monticello, Florida 32344
(850) 997-1800
(850) 997-7269 (Fax)
Open Position:
Certified Nursing Assistant
Full-Time
Call for appointment
EOE - Drug Free Work Place
3/30 - 4/20, c
Dental Assistant
Golden Opportunity! Do you
posses a sunny, energetic atti-
tude? Are you detailed and or-
ganized? Our dental practice is
seeking an outstanding individ-
ual to provide concierge level
service for our patients in the
dental assisting area. Dental or
medical experience a plus but
not mandatory. Is cosmetics
important to you, along with
helping others? If you have a
"can-do" attitude, you are orga-
nized, and self motivated with a
good sense of humor, then you
should apply.
Call 290-5427 to hear a
message from Dr Roderick
Shaw's office with more details
about the position and instruc-
tions on how to apply for this
position.
4/1, rtn, c
Madison County
Road Department

Job Title: Truck Driver

Salary: Starts at a minimum
of $11.04 per hour

Job Duties: Driving pick-up
trucks, dump trucks, flat bed
trucks, and other type trucks
with single or tandem rear
axles with air brakes and stan-
dard/manual shift. May oper-
ate other light mechanized
equipment such as tractors,
mowers, rollers, mixers in-
volved in construction and
maintenance of roads. Duties
may also include laborer work
as needed to maintain work
schedule, or during slack or
seasonal periods.

Minimum Qualifications:
Minimum of one (1)
years experience in the opera-
tion of a combination of
trucks as specified under "Job
Duties."
High School Diploma or
its equivalent preferred
Sufficient health, physi-
cal strength, and ability to do
heavy manual labor
Valid Commercial Dri-
ver's License Class A pre-
ferred

Application Deadline:
5:00 pm, Monday, April
18, 2011

Employment applica-
tions may be obtained from
and submitted to the County
Commission Office between
8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Mon-
day thru Friday in the Court-
house Annex at 112 E.
Pinckney Street, Room 219,
Madison, FL 32340. For fur-
ther information on the job it-
self, contact the Madison
County Road Department of-
fice at Phone Number (850)
973-2156.

Madison County is an
Equal Opportunity Employer
and a Drug Free Workplace.


FEET, THENCE SOUTH 87 DEGREES 00 MINUTES 39 SECONDS WEST, A
DISTANCE OF 161.87 FEET, THENCE SOUTH 85 DEGREES 34 MINUTES
41 SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF 77.28 FEET, THENCE NORTH 00 DE-
GREES 05 MINUTES 55 SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF 15.04 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the
property owner as of the date of the lis pendens, must file a claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
DATED: March 24, 2011
TIM SANDERS
Clerk of the Circuit Court
BY:/s/ Ramona Dickinson
Deputy Clerk


Michael P. Bist
Gardner, Bist, Wiener, Wadsworth & Bowden P.A.
1300 Thomaswood Drive
Tallahassee, Florida 32308


4/1, 4/8


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NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
The Board of Commissioners of the Northwest Florida Regional Housing Author-
ity will hold its Annual Meeting, April 19, 2011, at the Holiday Inn & Suites, 2725
Graves Road, Tallahassee, FLorida. Meeting will begin at 1:00 p.m. EDST. The
meeting will be open to the public.
4/1, 4/8
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CONCERNING AN AMENDMENT TO THE
MADISON COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD OF MADISON COUNTY,
FLORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS THE LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY OF
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT, PUR-
SUANT TO SECTIONS 163.3161, FLORIDA STATUTES, AS AMENDED,
AND THE MADISON COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE, AS
AMENDED, HEREINAFTER REFERRED TO AS THE LAND DEVELOP-
MENT CODE, OBJECTIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS AND COMMENTS
CONCERNING THE AMENDMENT, AS DESCRIBED BELOW, WILL BE
HEARD BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD OF MADISON COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS THE LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY OF
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA, AT A PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE THE
PLANNING & ZONING BOARD ON APRIL 14, 2011 AT 5:30 PM. AND BE-
FORE THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ON APRIL 20,2011 AT
4:00 PM, OR AS SOON THEREAFTER AS THE MATTER CAN BE HEARD,
IN THE COURTHOUSE ANNEX, BOARD ROOM, LOCATED AT 229
SOUTHWEST PINCKNEY STREET, MADISON, FLORIDA.
LDC 11-2 AN APPLICATION BY THE PLANNING & ZONING BOARD
AMENDING SECTION 4.3-2 C OUTDOOR RECREATIONAL.
THE PURPOSE OF THE AMENDMENT IS TO CLARIFY ALLOWABLE
USES AND ESTABLISH A SPECIAL EVENT PERMIT AND SUPPLEMEN-
TAL STANDARDS REQUIREMENT.
AT THE AFOREMENTIONED PUBLIC HEARING, ALL INTERESTED PAR-
TIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPEAR AND BE HEARD WITH RESPECT
TO THE AMENDMENT.
COPIES OF THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT ARE AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC
INSPECTION AT THE COURTHOUSE ANNEX, OFFICE OF THE COUNTY
COORDINATOR, LOCATED AT 229 SW PINCKNEY STREET, SUITE 219,
MADISON, FLORIDA, DURING THE REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS OF 8
A.M. TO 5 PM. PERSONS NEEDING SPECIAL ACCESS CONSIDERA-
TIONS SHOULD CALL THE MADISON COUNTY PLANNING AND ZON-
ING DEPARTMENT AT (850) 973-3179 AT LEAST 48 HOURS BEFORE THE
DATE OF THE MEETING FOR SCHEDULING PURPOSES.
4/1, 4/8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
FARM CREDIT OF NORTHWEST
FLORIDA, ACA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CASE NO. 2010-401-CA
A. KEITH ROWELL a/k/a AULEY
KEITH ROWELL, UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF A. KEITH ROWELL a/k/a AULEY
KEITH ROWELL, UNKNOWN
TENTANT(S) - MADISON COUNTY,
and UNKNOWN TENANTS) - TAYLOR
COUNTY,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE is given pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated March
24, 2011, in Case No. 2010-401-CA of the Circuit Court of the Third Judicial Cir-
cuit, in and for Madison County, Florida, in which Farm Credit of Northwest
Florida, ACA is the Plaintiff and A. Keith Rowell a/k/a Auley Keith Rowell,
Unknown Spouse ofA. Keith Rowell a/k/a Auley Keith Rowell, Unknown Ten-
ant(s) - Madison County and Unknown Tenant(s) - Taylor County, are the
Defendants, I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at the West Front
Door of the Madison County Courthouse, 125 SW Range Avenue, Madison
Florida at 11:00 a.m. on April 27, 2011, the property, en masse, set forth in the
Final Judgment of Foreclosure, including property located in both Taylor County,
Florida and Madison County, Florida, and more particularly described as follows:

MADISON COUNTY
PARCEL ONE:
A PARCEL OF LAND LOCATED IN MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA AND
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
THE SOUTHWEST ONE-QUARTER OF SECTION 18, TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH,
RANGE 6 EAST, MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA. LESS AND EXCEPT: A)
TEN ACRES AS DESCRIBED IN DEED BOOK 44, PAGE 533-534 AND B)
LAND AS CONVEYED TO WILLIAM L. WISE AND LOUISE E. WISE AS
DESCRIBED IN O.R. BOOK 239 PAGE 32-33, BOTH RECORDED IN MADI-
SON COUNTY, FLORIDA.
AND
TAYLOR COUNTY
A PARCEL OF LAND LOCATED IN TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA AND DE-
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
THOSE PARTS OF THE NORTHEAST ONE-QUARTER OF THE NORTH-
WEST ONE-QUARTER AND THE EAST ONE-HALF OF THE NORTHWEST
ONE-QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST ONE-QUARTER, ALL LYING
NORTH OF A COUNTY ROAD KNOWN AS THE WILBUR KNOWLES
ROAD AND LOCATED IN SECTION 19, TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH, RANGE 6
EAST, IN TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PARCEL TWO:
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN SECTION 19, TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH,
RANGE 6 EAST, TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING MORE PARTICU-
LARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT A 4 INCH TRIANGULAR CONCRETE MONUMENT (NO
I.D.) MARKING THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF SECTION 19, TOWNSHIP
2 SOUTH, RANGE 6 EAST, TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA AND RUN
NORTH 88 DEGREES 57 MINUTES 16 SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE
NORTH LINE OF SECTION 19, A DISTANCE OF 657.95 FEET TO THE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE EAST HALF OF THE NORTHWEST
QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 19, THENCE
RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES 05 MINUTES 55 SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE
WEST LINE OF THE EAST HALF OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF
THE NORTHWEST QUARTER A DISTANCE OF 539.94 FEET TO THE
SOUTHERLY MAINTAINED RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF MT. GILEAD ROAD
(A COUNTY GRADED ROAD), THENCE RUN NORTH 85 DEGREES 34
MINUTES 41 SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID MAINTAINED RIGHT OF
WAY LINE, A DISTANCE OF 76.33 FEET, THENCE RUN NORTH 87 DE-
GREES 00 MINUTES 39 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 162.12 FEET,
THENCE NORTH 87 DEGREES 30 MINUTES 13 SECONDS EAST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 165.87 FEET, THENCE NORTH 86 DEGREES 51 MINUTES 16
SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 25.96 FEET, FOR A POINT OF BEGIN-
NING, THENCE FROM SAID POINT OF BEGINNING CONTINUE NORTH
86 DEGREES 51 MINUTES 16 SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE OF 148.48
FEET, THENCE NORTH 81 DEGREES 21 MINUTES 55 SECONDS EAST, A
DISTANCE OF 18.50 FEET, THENCE NORTH 81 DEGREES 21 MINUTES 55
SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 75.45 FEET, THENCE NORTH 70 DE-
GREES 02 MINUTES 58 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 250.56 FEET,
THENCE NORTH 62 DEGREES 49 MINUTES 21 SECONDS EAST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 172.93 FEET, THENCE NORTH 71 DEGREES 31 MINUTES 04
SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 128.88 FEET, THENCE NORTH 73 DE-
GREES 21 MINUTES 56 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 205.62 FEET,
THENCE NORTH 68 DEGREES 32 MINUTES 18 SECONDS EAST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 189.76 FEET, THENCE NORTH 74 DEGREES 01 MINUTES 55
SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 198.19 FEET, THENCE NORTH 78 DE-
GREES 04 MINUTES 39 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 230.66 FEET TO
A POINT ON THE EAST LINE OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SEC-
TION 19, THENCE LEAVING SAID MAINTAINED RIGHT OF WAY LINE,
RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES 10 MINUTES 19 SECONDS WEST, ALONG SAID
EAST LINE OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER, A DISTANCE OF 1156.76
FEET, THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 06 MINUTES 22 SECONDS WEST, A
DISTANCE OF 1538.06 FEET, THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES 05 MINUTES
55 SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF 722.69 FEET TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING.
AND
A UTILITY EASEMENT LYING IN SECTION 19, TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH,
RANGE 6 EAST, TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING MORE PARTICU-
LARY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT A 4 INCH TRIANGULAR CONCRETE MONUMENT (NO
I.D.) MARKING THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF SECTION 19, TOWNSHIP
2 SOUTH, RANGE 6 EAST, TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA AND RUN
NORTH 88 DEGREES 57 MINUTES 16 SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE
NORTH LINE OF SECTION 19, A DISTANCE OF 657.95 FEET TO THE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE EAST HALF OF THE NORTHWEST
QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 19, THENCE
RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES 05 MINUTES 55 SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE
WEST LINE OF THE EAST HALF OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF
THE NORTHWEST QUARTER A DISTANCE OF 539.94 FEET TO THE
SOUTHERLY MAINTAINED RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF MT. GILEAD ROAD
(A COUNTY GRADED ROAD) FOR A POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE
FROM SAID POINT OF BEGINNING, RUN NORTH 85 DEGREES 34 MIN-
UTES 41 SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID MAINTAINED RIGHT OF WAY
LINE, A DISTANCE OF 76.33 FEET, THENCE NORTH 87 DEGREES 00 MIN-
UTES 39 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 162.12 FEET, THENCE NORTH
87 DEGREES 30 MINUTES 13 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 165.87
FEET, THENCE NORTH 86 DEGREES 51 MINUTES 16 SECONDS EAST, A
DISTANCE OF 25.96 FEET, THENCE LEAVING SAID MAINTAINED RIGHT
OF WAY LINE, RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES 05 MINUTES 55 SECONDS
EAST,A DISTANCE OF 15.02 FEET, THENCE SOUTH 86 DEGREES 51 MIN-
UTES 16 SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF 25.24 FEET, THENCE SOUTH
87 DEGREES 30 MINUTES 13 SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF 165.89




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C* G F >* / > > C*G* ) C * > > 1 ( > 1(*> * = ) 4 /> / " =. > / / +1J 1 /' / 1 . ) " 1 = C = C * = . /C * / C ( ( 1F > ( F* C > * f , (8 b * > > F =G *G J (*> 1 >C = 1C ( = 8 G* == * >( 1 " r * .* ? J (* > ( * = / r =J fF = C* " * 1 " r * >1/ / r * ( r 8 ==* >( 1 " ( > > ? J (* > C(= ' =/ ( *= / r* ( r = >( ==* >( 1 " J ) 1 C1 n 4/ n//J ) , 1 " f , / / * --* . n ,>1/ : n , ; " * 1 " ( > ) > 8 b *> -> 1 >F= G*G J "1 F= ' = C)' = /(*) = / = / r * ( , 1" f ,/ nF* ( =* > C * / , 1 " f , ) / H / r *( F ) = F. 1C 1 = =* >( 1" J 1C 1 n 4 / / .1 > C = /C-J 1 n ,>1 / " * 1" -( >> ? > H > */ ' > F =G*G J / F. = 1 " /* > / / 4( H > 8 b H > 4 = > J ( * > # =>C H* " r =J * /*"= 5 CC 1 / 6 = ) = *> ( H(1 H > C( .1 C ( ) = 1 " ( * > (*= / / J ( * > . * =1 C( = / ) 14 ( : /J ; ==* >(8 * >* CC *1 / H *( /> J 4=* A EL2 2 " =1 . A) 48.8 C ''> F ) / = b1. r*>1 / ( 48 = G >* > = ) G * > H *-((F= > ) J C 22 8.8 C , =* ' .C= J * / r * >1 /8 '' > F/ = b 1. r * > 1/ ( 4 5 $L6 0@ D) E E $ H> * / ( = ' 1 " == /' ./C>8 fr f n b b t t / B r 1 / JB 4 = * B& 1 . .J B = */ =B 'B A 4 > > BH J B 1* /'B I ) CJ BH( CB( B1G 8B " . *J B . / BC1 B C( B 1 = ( B >4 / C B ( *>B >C B . 1 ) . / C> B1/ B C( *> B =C( B1 / ( 1 => , BH *C( B (* > B >1 / * , 8 ( B" F/ = -B > =G * H * --B B ( -B = * J 4 =* B BEL22B CB'' > F / = -Bb 1. Br * ) > 1 / B ( 4 B CB22B 8. 8 F =* B C1 B " 11 H B " F / = > =G * B CB b/ > 1 /B /* C ) B r C( 1 *> CB . C =J8 *> * CC* 1/ BH *B B ( ( F => JB 4 =* B @B EL22 "= 1 .B A)B4 8. 8B B 1.. JBH >B 1= / r J BEB20&EB*/ B 4 =C r * ( 8Bb BH > BC( B>1 / B1 " CB = B / Br =J B -= */ = 8B b B * >B >F= ) G * G B J B( *> BH *" B1 "BD0 J = > B = = 1 H /> /B =* / = ? C (= B (* -= / B f *' ( / / B =*/ =B 1"B n , ) > 1/G * --B f >-* B C1, > 5 1= C 6B1 " B , ) ( 1 B / B * ,B= */ ) = B 1 "B b* '( . 1 = B 8 8B b ( >BC( = B'= / (* ) =/ Bn F >C * / B C1, > B C1, > B / B > = */ = B C 1, > 8B b B *> -> 1 B>F = G * G B J B( *> B> *> ) C = B = = B 1*/> 1/ 5 1* 6 B1" Br 1 ) / 1 F'( B 8B / B/ * > / B / 4 ( H >8 B b BH >B 1) 1 H / = / B 1 4= C 1= B 1 " 1 H /> /Bf* G >C 1, r = ,C8Bb B H > B B. . ) =B 1 "B -1H > ( *4 B4 ) C*> CB ( F =( BC( B1 =* C C./< >B>>1 * ) C * 1 /B/ BB-1 /' C* . . . =B 1 "B 1 C( B1 =* ) B n F /* 1= B / B b * ' ( ( 1 1 -B 1 1 B > > 1 * ) C*1 / >8B 1 . .J B H > B B . . ) = B1 " BC ( BC * 1/ F = B / B H > B C*G -J * /G1 G B* / B C( B1= C( -1= * Bf* G >C1 , ( 1H8 b *> B " . *-J BH >B ( * > 4 >>* 1/ B/ B( B>4 /C . /JB( 1F= >BH * C ( B(* > H *" B = = B / BC( *= C (= B(* -= /8 B1F 1 F B"* / B ( *. B*/ B C( 4 = C* B 4 / B1 / B C( B "* B 1 =B +F >CB = I */ 'B* / ( *>B = -*/ =B >F ==1 F / ) B JB C ( 1>B ( 1G 8B b*> BF '(C =B H > * /" C* 1F >8 B ( / ( B H >B C * ,BJ1 F , / H B*CB / B "1 = B1/ ' J 1F BH = BC *,C1 1! B 1/ C* 1/ >B / B . B C 1 B ( Bn F>C */ 1 H 1 JB = * >* >B F/ 8 t/ "1=. C *1 /B 1/B C( * > "F / B / B B" 1F/B C ff fb tn ntb 8 f r tr f rf n b f nf f fnbt rf f t n tb r r r r f1. .*> > *1/ = B 1 H/ > / B >1 B>41 , 1" Br *>1 / <> B 1 / 'B / B 4 =1 F B( *> C1 =J B1 " .**C= J B> = G * B / B 1. . F / * C JB > F4 4 1= C 1" B . * *C= JB 4 = > 1/ / B. ** C=J B" . * -* > / B GC= />8 B B '* / / * / 'B * / B 2 A& B H ( / C( B C8B n 1 ( / <> B . * / =J B* , * / > 1 /B > * ) / B / B ( * >C1 =* B = H ). * C(B K r /> *1/ B */ Br * >1 / B H = B F > B >B (1 >4 * ) C> B C 1B C= C B H 1F / B>1 * => B"1 1 H */' C( B C C B1" B F >C B"1 F '( CB >CB1 " B f , *C JB C 1 B . = * <> B#= >C B 1 = B = B t t ( = 1 BG* C1 = B / Br * >1 / B/ C*GB 4C8 1*/ B 8 B JB n = 8B C1 B C( B 4= > / CB JB H ( / r *> 1/ <>B > 1/ > B / B F '( C =>B = B > =G ) */ 'B* C( = B C*G B F C JB 1 =B = > =G B FCJB */ " / */ 'B/ B 4=1 C C* / 'B1 F =B"= 1 . > = 1 F / BC( BH 1 = 8 */ -J B> ( B >4 1 , B 1 F CB C( B r * ) > 1 /B r* -* C =JB .* J B / B 1 ..F/*CJ 1 G/ / CB> *'/ B 1 / B 8B $ B CB C( Br * ) > 1/ B1 F / CJ B 1F =C( 1 F >8B B ( B 1 G / /C * > BB 8 8 B= .J B* / * C* C*G BC1 B / 1 F =' 1.. F/ *C* >BC1 B4 ' B C( * =B >F 44 1 = CB 1 " . * -* C =J B 4 =>1 // B.* -* C =J B ".* -* > / B G C= / > B J B> * '/ * / 'B B 1 .. 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f n r t b 2011 BP, E&P One year later. Our commitment continues. facebook.com/BPAmerica twitter.com/BP_America youtube.com/bp Soon a year will have passed since the Deepwater Horizon accident in the Gulf. From the beginning, we have taken responsibility for the cleanup. Our commitment to the Gulf remains unchanged, as d oes our responsibility to keep you informed.Committed to the GulfNo oil has flowed into the Gulf since July 15th. As our efforts continue, nearly 100% of the waters are open and the beaches are clean and open. To ensure its safety, Gulf seafood has been more r igorously tested by independent researchers and experts than any other seafood in the world. To date, BP has spent more than $13 billion in clean-up costs.Restore the EnvironmentAn additional $282 million has been spent on environmental issues, including wildlife rescue and restoration of wildlife refuges across the region. We have also committed $500 million to the Gulf of Mexico Research Institute to fund scientic studies on the potential impact of the spill.Help to Rebuild the Economy$5 billion in claims have already been paid. Weve committed $20 billion to an independent fund to pay for environmental restoration and all legitimate claims, including lost incomes. More than $200 million in grants have been made to the Gulf Coast States to promote tourism and seafood.Learn and Share the LessonsThis was a tragedy that never should have happened. Our responsibility is to learn from it and share with competitors, partners, governments and regulators to help ensure that it never happens again. We know we havent always been perfect but we are working to live up to our commitments, both now and in the future. For more information, please visit bpamerica.com.

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