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The Madison enterprise-recorder
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Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
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Our 146th Year, Number 34


Friday, April 22, 2011


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Five Seriously Injured In Wreck
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
ive people were seriously injured in a two ve-
hicle accident near the Agriculture station
on U.S. 90 near Ellaville, Wednesday after-
noon, April 20.
According to a Florida Highway Patrol report,
Carl Frannin, 72, was turned into onto US Highway
90, traveling southeast from NE Drew Way
At the same time, Dale Curtis Norwood, 24, was
traveling west on US Highway 90.
Frannin traveled into the path of Norwood and -
the right front of Norwood's 1995 Jeep Cherokee col-
lided with the left front of Frannin's 1997 Ford Ranger.
The Ranger rotated one-half of a turn in a coun-
terclockwise direction and came to a final rest in the
middle of the roadway on US Highway 90, blocking
both lanes of travel.
'The Jeep Cherokee traveled in a southwesterly
direction and rotated three-quarters of a turn and
then traveled onto the south shoulder. The Jeep then "
overturned one-quarter of a turn onto its ride side ....
and came to a final rest facing north. ...
FHP Trooper John Sleigher was the investigating


officer.
Tracy
Reeves
Dies
Suddenly
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Tracy Reeves,
retired ac-
countant, died
in his sleep on Wednes-
day evening or early
Thursday morning.
Reeves was a comp-
troller at North Florida
Junior College. He also
held other jobs with the
State of Florida.
Funeral arrange-
ments are visitation, Fri-
day, April 22, 6-8 p.m., at
Beggs Funeral Home,
Madison Chapel, Satur-
day, April 23, 3 p.m. at
Beggs Chapel. Burial
Oak Ridge Cemetery
Historic
Baptist
Church
Holding
Homecoming
Easter
Sunday
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing,
Inc.
Concord
Baptt i s t
will hold its annu-
al homecoming
service this Sun-
day, April 24.
The Florida Bap-
tist Association was
formed at Concord
Baptist on Nov. 4, 1854.
Pastor Jamie Ford
will deliver the morn-
ing message.
Sunday School will
begin at 10 a.m. The
morning service will
begin at 11 a.m.
An Easter egg hunt
will immediately fol-
low morning worship.
Dinner on the
church grounds will
immediately following
the Easter egg hunt.
Everyone is wel-
come to attend and cel-
ebrate homecoming
with Concord Baptist
Church.
Concord Baptist
Church is located at
829 NW Concord
Church Road.


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Madison

Moves To

Reduce

Group

Homes
By Ginger Jarvis
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Madison's city commissioners have taken
a step toward reducing the number of
group homes within its residential
zones. By unanimous vote, the board passed the first
reading of an ordinance to allow only homes with
six or fewer residents inside residential zones, while
abolishing an ordinance allowing homes of seven or
more residents. The change was approved at the
board's regular meeting on April 12.
By state mandate, the city must allow group
homes with six or fewer residents in an RSF (resi-
dential single-family) zone. However, the larger
homes are at the discretion of city officials. The
board had earlier requested that City Attorney Clay
Schnitker formulate an ordinance forbidding the
larger groups in Madison's residential areas.
The new ordinance will appear for its second
reading at the May meeting of the commissioners.
Approval at that time will mean that it is passed.
The board also approved the selection of Mike
Connors to create signs for the historic district. The
first such sign would be placed at Linda Barnes' his
Please see Group Homes, Page 3A


Juvenile Justice Circuit

Board Applauds Madison

County's Project Safe Zone


Photo submitted
Project Safe Zone Coordinator Octavious Tookes was applauded for his in-
sightful overview of the Safe Schools/Healthy Students program in Madison
County during a regional workshop sponsored by the DJJ in Alachua on April 15.
Pictured, left to right, are Octavious Tookes, Yvonne Woodard, Sharon Neelands
and C. Curtis Jenkins.
Representatives from Cir- Alachua, board members and staff
cuits 3,4,5,7 & 8 of the De- from the Juvenile Justice Circuit
apartment of Juvenile Boards and County Councils hosted a
Justice praised Project Coordinator regional workshop designed to sharp-
Octavious Tookes following his in- en skills, exchange ideas and address
sightful presentation of the Safe service challenges in the face of bud-
Schools/Healthy Students program in get cutbacks.
Madison County. On April 15 in Please see Juvenile Justice, Page 3A


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Relay For Life
Church
Classifieds/Legals
Outdoors


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15A


Around Madison
Down Home Days
Earth Day
Turn Back Time


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A few clouds. Highs in the low 90s
and lows in the mid 60s.


Cherry Lake

Fire fr Rescue

Announces Pass

Tournament
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
herry Lake Fire & Rescue announces
that a bass tournament will be held at
the Sims Boat Club (Old Wade's
Beach) in Cherry Lake on Saturday, April 30.
The tournament will be held from 6 a.m. un-
til noon and registration will start promptly at 5
a.m. that morning.
There will be an entry fee of $40 per boat
(with two fishermen) or $20 per fishermen.
Registration will be held for the "Big Fish"
pot. The cost to register is $10 per boat and there
will be a 100 percent payback to whoever catches
the biggest fish.
Prize money will be paid to first through
fourth places for 21 boats or more or first
through third place for 20 boats or less.
Proceeds will benefit Cherry Lake Fire &
Rescue.
For more information, please call Cherry
Lake Fire & Rescue at (850) 929-2354 and leave
your name and return number.


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OicTpoints & Opinions


Friday, April 22, 2011


Jacob's
Ladder
Jacob Bembry
ColuInnist
^^^^^ ^^^ m*


Nail It To


The Cross
Everyday is a struggle with me, as I know it is
with all Christians. Many times, I feel that I'm fight-
ing Satan toes-to-toes and nose-to-nose. Like Peter
who got out of the boat and walked with Christ,
sometimes my faith soars. Other times, it's like Pe-
ter on that sea who took his eyes off Jesus and
looked at the boisterous waves around him. He lost
his footing and couldn't walk on the sea then.
Jesus reached down His hand and lifted Peter
up.
Jesus does the same thing for me again and
again. The greatest thing that Christ ever did for me
was when He was nailed to the Cross and raised
from the dead by a power much greater than death.
Sunday night in church, we wrote some of our
sins on pieces of paper and took them forward and
nailed them to a wooden cross in the church.
I think about the Roman soldiers who nailed my
Lord to the Cross at Calvary so many years ago. I
cannot blame His crucifixion on the people who de-
manded His death. I cannot blame the soldiers who
beat and scourged Him and drove nails into His
hands and feet. It was my chants that led to the Cru-
cifixion. It was my hands and hammer that drove the
nails into His hands and feet.
It was my sins that caused Christ to die for them.
I'm not the only guilty one. Look inside yourself
and you will see that you are guilty, too.
The Good News is that Christ rose the third day.
The Good News is that I asked Christ for forgiveness
and He took my sins away The Good News is that
when I do wrong, I can ask Christ to forgive and He
forgives again and again and again.
Not just on Easter Sunday, but on every day, lift
the Name of Christ up and thank Him for your Vic-
tory!


Exercise
Your Brain.
Read The 1ewspaPe~.
Studies show that read-
ing keeps the mind
sharp. Give your brain a
boost. Subscribe to the
newspaper and open
your eyes and your
mind to a world of
information.
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Unless you are on an ex-
tension, you more than like-
ly have filed your tax return
by now and feel that you can
coast along until next year's
tax filing season. Right? Not
exactly Now is the time to
be planning for your fami-
ly's financial future while
taxes are still fresh on your
mind.


Dnth IDA


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Usually when we think nlUUlI I m n
of financial or retirement
planning, we think of our NG G rI TI
own needs and desires, not W W N
necessarily others. And
quite frankly, we usually start planning when it is al-
most too late. Rarely do we think of financial and re-
tirement planning at an early age. However, the earlier
in our lives we plan, the more lucrative and fulfilling
our retirement can be.
Financial planning at an early age is vitally im-
portant. We should even instill the concept in our chil-
dren, especially teenage or young adult children.
However, persuading your working children to plan for
their financial future or to make retirement contribu-
tions may not be easy If your children are like mine,
they are usually more concerned about filling their
gas tank with gas or buying the latest phone. Afterall,
having a savings or retirement account usually isn't
quite as glamorous as being able to communicate to
your Facebook friends on your new smartphone.
However, saving for their future or investing in a
retirement plan may be the wisest possible use of
their savings. One such investment vehicle for indi-
viduals of an early age is a Roth IRA. The nature of
Roth IRAs, coupled with the effects of long-term com-
pounding, can create exceptional returns on early in-
vestments.
Although contributions to Roth IRAs are not de-
ductible, earnings within the accounts (such as inter-
est or dividends) are not taxed, and qualified
withdrawals are completely tax-free. Tax-free com-
pounding can result in sizable accumulation in a Roth.
For example, if a 15-year-old contributes $2,500 for


Madison County
Extension Service

Becky Bennett
GueLst ColunliList




H4: Head, Heart.,

Hands, & Health
As many of us are reflecting on important reli-
gious events and celebrations or participating in
traditional spring cleaning activities and literally
(or metaphorically) cleaning out the closet, the
phrase "out with the old, in with new" comes to
mind. April is Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
month. Now, you may be thinking what in the world
does this have to do with starting fresh in spring?
Let me share an experience I had last month and
maybe the connection will become clearer.
Around the middle of March I began noticing a
young, female German Shepherd hanging around
the end of my parents' road back in Georgia. She
stayed in the same spot day after day; if she left to
find food or water she would return to the exact
same spot. About four days passed and no one came
to claim her...it was clear she had been abandoned.
Well, growing up in the country I know what hap-
pens to stray dogs that don't have a collar and my
tender heart got the better of me. I love animals and
I believe firmly in not treating them cruelly, howev-
er, animals do not come before people in my opinion.
So I decided to try to find her a new loving home be-
cause she was clearly a very loyal animal. I sat at
the end of the road on my tailgate feeding her scraps
and winning her trust. When she was done eating
and taking her fill of water, she went back and laid
down at her post ever vigilant. That was it, my heart
broke and I was determined to find her a home al-
though I didn't know how and I knew my cat was def-
initely not going to like it. I stood up and told her to
load up; in two seconds flat she was in the back of
my truck wagging her tail happy as could be...and
that's where she stayed day and night for the next 24
hours because she was afraid I was going to leave
her like her other owners had previously. She even
came to meet the Extension staff because she re-
fused to leave the back of my truck. Over the next
day I made calls and posted information online to
help find her a home, took her to the vet to set up an
appointment for shots and to be spayed, and gave her
a collar. The response was amazing! Before I knew
it, this sweet dog was at her new loving home with a
family in Jasper who discovered she had been
abused after finding a tender spot on her ribs. The
family called me just last week to thank me for
choosing them and how well Shots (her new name!)
was adjusting...and how spoiled she is now!
Please remember there are several animal shel-
ters and even more families looking for pets if you
feel you are unable to take care of your own. If
you're afraid the shelter will put it down, there are
non-euthanization shelters but if you abandon your
animal you're giving it a small chance of survival.
And like Bob Barker famously promoted, "Help con-
trol the pet population, have you pets spayed or
neutered."
April 15th was also Global Youth Service Day;
take the opportunity to volunteer at a local shelter
or animal clinic. Volunteer to bring one or two of
the animals who haven't been adopted to a local as-
sisted living facility and brighten someone's day!
Most importantly, educate yourself on the impor-
tance of animal cruelty prevention and see what you
can do to contribute to the education of others.


their mindset. They will thank you one day
Mark Buescher, 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 contain
varying effective dates and numerous limitations and
exemptions that cannot be summarized easily. For de-
tails and guidance for your specific situation, contact
your tax advisor


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CoJns1 native

Corner
By NelsOf A. Prvor


No One Home
You've heard of the "Bridge to Nowhere" that al-
most got funded by the Federal Government just
three years ago? Well, another pork barrel project
did pass Congress, similar to that "Road to
Nowhere", and is just as wasteful. This is a 1200 bed
federal prison already built and standing empty in
Berlin, New Hampshire. (NY Times, 3/15/2011. P24).
The only thing separating the ice, snow and cold
winds of Canada from Berlin is a barbed wire fence,
purportedly broken. Berlin, the northernmost city
in N.H., is in the shadow of Mount Washington, next
to the Androscoggin River, made famous by Bene-
dict Arnold's portage to Quebec City during the
American Revolutionary War.
BORDER BEING FLOODED!
Take the immigrants from one country: El Sal-
vador! "It is estimated that more than 2 million peo-
ple from El Salvador are now in these United States,
legally and illegally That is equal to about one third
of El Salvador's current population." (NY Times,
3/23/2011. P6). And that is only one country!
PRISON NEEDED IN SOUTHWEST
Right now, the immigration authorities are
claiming that they can't protect our borders because
they haven't the processing facilities to hold the ad-
vancing army of border crossers. It must be that
brains are as thick as buttermilk up there in that
puzzle palace known by the name of Washington
City This folly rivals the Spruce Goose, you know,
Howard Hughes' plywood airplane, which he took
out once and then "stored" for ages.
This federal prison in Berlin, NH, costing $276
million dollars, should have been built in our South-
west where the need is greatest. Build on the border,
where the problem is. This is where courts and oth-
er support staff can be concentrated. We need to
protect our border and a prison like this in El Paso,
Yuma or San Diego, would be on the money
And as if the Federal Government wants to re-
ally rub our noses in their poor planning, there sits
near Fresno, in Northern California, at a place
called Medota, another empty federal prison, (Wash-
ington Post, 3/26/2011. P.4) closer to the border but
still not on the money!
IF YOU DON'T WANT A FEDERAL PRISON
Arizona offers another way out. She has the
toughest state law on illegal immigration. To pro-
tect that law against possible lawsuits from the Oba-
ma administration, a defense fund has been crated.
People from all fifty states have donated, so far, $3.7
million dollars. Private individuals from Arizona
have, themselves even, donated $369,067. (Atlanta
Journal-Constitution 3/26/2011. P. 1B).
ATTENTION WASHINGTON
You have run out of our money! Drink your tea!
Taxpayers have had just about enough!


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 the office of
Ameriprise Financial between 9am and 2pm.

each of four years, and the
account earns 5% annually,
Business & the fund willbe worth about
$85,000 when the child
IX In SightS reaches age sixty
It's generally best to
Mark Buescher. C.PA. leave IRA funds untouched
Guest ColumLnist until retirement, but if nec-
Gessary, your child's contri-
butions to a Roth IRA
SA (excluding the earnings)
: You AreC can be withdrawn at any
time without triggering tax-
SYou es or penalties. This flexi-
SU Y UU4g ability provides an
advantage over a traditional
IRA, where most withdrawals before the owner reach-
es age 59 1 will be taxed and penalized.
The owner's ability to deduct contributions is the
one advantage a traditional IRA offers over a Roth
IRA. However, this feature is relatively insignificant
for most young earners. The first $5,800 of a child's
2011 income will be entirely sheltered by the standard
deduction, and any earnings above $5,800 are likely to
be taxed at very low rates.
This year, most working people can contribute up
to the lesser of their earned income or $5000 to a Roth
IRA. Although Roth eligibility is phased out for indi-
viduals with income above certain ceilings (e.g.
$107,000 to $122,000 for a single person in 2011), a work-
ing child's revenue will almost never approach such
thresholds.
Is it time to coast? Absolutely not. With the advent
of budget crises looming before Congress and many
unknowns for our children's financial future, now is
the time to instill strong financial planning concepts in




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Madison Enterprise-Recorder 3A


Juvenile Justice

cont from Page 1A
Building community partnerships and getting
the most out of resources, both human and fi-
nancial, are cornerstones of Project Safe Zone,
Tookes explained; further noting that positive
student behaviors require parental and commu-
nity support to be sustained. All agreed that the
Project Safe Zone strategies were well designed,
as numerous members requested follow-up to
learn more about the program.
Jill Bessette, North Region Director, Proba-
tion and Community Intervention, along with
Rhyna Jefferson, Interim Asst. Secretary, Office
of Prevention, welcomed members and guests
prior to introducing Yvonne Woodard, DJJ Of-
fice of Boards and Councils, who served as facil-
itator for workshop activities and presentations.
Group discussion and management training ex-
ercises were blended with presentations on a va-
riety of successful programs, which included
Project Safe Zone. In the end, each circuit pro-
vided an overview of the best practices working
in their respective region. Among these relevant
topics, truancy and the successful re-entry of
students following formal intervention were
also core components of Project Safe Zone.
The Alachua Office of Circuit Boards and
County Councils supports the local DJJ boards,
including the Madison County Board. These
boards are typically comprised of local stake-
holders who work together to create awareness
of prevention resources while developing solu-
tions that will keep kids in school and out of
trouble, in addition to performing its traditional
judicial and correctional roles. These regional
workshops are designed to support and enhance
those services, as well as provide guidance on
recruiting and organizing local boards, which
was also complemented by Tooke's presentation.
Thanking Sharon Neelands, the Madison
County DJJ representative to Project Safe Zone,
and C. Curtis Jenkins, Executive Director of the
Columbia County Teen Court who requested the
Project Safe Zone presentation, Tookes grateful-
ly urged all in attendance to phone him at (850)
973-5037 or email at tookeso@madison.kl2.fl.us
with any questions or comments.


Maultsby

cont from Page 1A

Shands in Gainesville.
Catherine's father, John Paul "J.P." Maults-
by, said, that Catherine's diagnosis was os-
teosarcoma. The disease is not very common,
with only from 400-800 diagnoses per year. It
generally affects children in their teens while
they are growing fast. The condition is usually
in the long bones, such as the femur or tibia.
"Catherine's is in the upper tibia (shin
bone)," J.P. said.
Catherine is a second grader at Madison
Academy. Her parents describe her as "a very
bouncy person, often hopping and skipping
around."
Catherine has had long stays at Shands and
is expected to undergo surgery in June.
J.P. said that Catherine has maintained an
upbeat attitude during this trial. He said that
the family, himself, his wife Julie and daughter
Claire had also remained positive. J.P. said that
prayers had been coming in from all over the
world for Catherine and the family.
A man of faith, J.P. believes the prayers are
being answered and that the treatments are
working.
When Catherine was asked if there was
anything that would like to say for the newspa-
per, J.P. relayed that she said to tell the people,
"Thank you for all the prayers and thank you
for all that you have given me."
The Team Catherine t-shirts can be pur-
chased at the Busy Bee in Madison. All pro-
ceeds from the shirts benefit the Maultsby
family with travel and lodging expenses and
other needs while Catherine is in the hospi-
tal.


Group Homes

cont from PagelA
toric house in which she plans to open a bed and
breakfast inn. The top of the sign will provide
information about historic Madison; the bottom
will designate the particular business denoted
at that site.
Commissioners Myra Valentine and Judy
Townsend moved that the city pay half the cost
of the sign. At the suggestion of Public Works
Supervisor Chuck Hitchcock, they also moved to
waive the $65 signage fee that would normally be
charged to a business. Both motions passed
unanimously. Schnitker will later present an or-
dinance addressing the waiver of fees.
The commissioners also asked Schnitker to
present a formal policy regarding protests
against annexation. The policy should state that
county residents cannot protest annexation af-


ter utilities have been extended to the area in
question.
Mayor Jim Catron commended Commission-
er Jim Stanley on having the county's new
Emergency Operations Center named in his
honor. Stanley replied, "Having the center
named after me is one of the most important
things that ever happened in my life." The nam-
ing ceremony occurred on Wednesday, April 20.


4/13
Darryl Eugene
Williams - Drug equip-
ment (possession), pos-
session of marijuana
less than 20 grams, de-
stroying evidence
Dave Newton
Barfield - Drugs
Robert Lezella Bal-
lentine - Trespass
O'Brien Calvin
Robinson - VOP (cir-
cuit), arson
Monica Sherelle
Wilson - Out of county
warrant
Maurecia Tywoin
Bellamy - Criminal reg-
istration
Darryl Dwayne
Oliver - Out of county
warrant
Jeremy Moore -
Criminal registration
Allen Levar John-
son - Driving while li-
cense suspended,
possession of drug para-
phernalia, possession of
marijuana less than 20


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Clinton Ronta Davis
- Domestic violence, bat-
tery
4/14
Michael Lorenzo
Barnes - Battery (do-
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George William
Lewis - Possession of a


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Joyce Marie
DUI
Belinda Ba
Grand theft
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Trespass after w
Jason Lee
Abuse
Lakisha


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Possession of cocaine
Sheila Hollifield
Taylor - Grand theft
Phillippa Townsend
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forged instrument,
grand theft


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Alexander - Driving
ailey - while license suspended
Michelle Morgan -
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warning Jason Duwayne Mc-
Trew - Daniel - Burglary of an
occupied dwelling,
Raquel criminal mischief, tres-


pass after warning
4/17
Jennifer Marie
Thompson - Criminal
registration
Elxer Vasquez
Navarro - Out of county
warrant
Shavar Morez
Akins - Battery
4/18
Darrel Lamont
McGee - VOP (county)
Ronald Gardinski -
Out of county warrant
Joseph Henry Pat-
ton - Cheating
Frank Wesley Locke
- Felony registration
Kenneth Sands
Adams - Possession of
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Thomas Joseph
Shannon, 66, passed
away Tuesday, April
19th.
He was a resident of
Pinetta for 13 years, pre-
viously from Jack-
sonville. He was a
veteran of the U.S. Army
and retired from the
Jacksonville Electric Au-
thority in 1998. He was a
member of Immaculate
Conception Catholic
Church in Jacksonville,
IBEW, the American Le-
gion and he was also a
member of the Big
Brothers of Jacksonville
for 10 years and a mem-
ber of Bass Masters of
Jacksonville.
Tom is survived by
his wife of 45 years, San-
dra; three daughters:
Tina Stott (Jonny), Lisa
Milam (Fred) of Jack-
sonville and Joni Shan-
non of Pinetta; five
grandchildren: Destiny
and Shannon Cox, Ash-
ley and Trevor Stott and
Devin Shannon; two sis-
ters: Patsy Hirschler
(Klaus) of Neptune
Beach and Mary Lou
Clayton of Jack-
sonville; a mother-in-law,
Ernestine Herring
Thomas of Pinetta; and
numerous other family
members.
Memorial services
will be held Saturday,
April 23, 2011, at 11 a.m.
at Beggs Funeral Home,
Madison Chapel, (850)
973-2258.
In lieu of flowers,
memorial gifts may be
sent to Pine Grove Bap-
tist Church, 4084 N.
Rocky Ford Road, Madi-
son, FL 32340.
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ther and "Pop" will for-
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23, 2011, at Damascus
Missionary Baptist
Church in Madison. Vis-
itation will be Friday,
April 22, 2011, at Cooks &
Cooper Chapel located at
162 SW Third Ave, from
6-7:30 p.m. Cooks &
Cooper Funeral Home is
in charge of the arrange-
ments (850) 973-6666.
Waymond Benjamin
MacDaniel, fondly
known as Bennie and
Mac, was born the sev-
enth child to the late
Deacon Adolphus, Sr.
and Sister Ida
Roland McDaniel. He
converted in 1957 and
joined Damascus Baptist
Church under the direc-
tion of Reverend M. K.
Jefferson, Lake City
Waymond received
his primary education in
Madison and Broward
County public schools.
He enlisted in the United
States Army in 1961 and,
upon his return home,
completed Masonry
School. He worked the
trade with much pride
and honor, always trying
to help somebody
He was served by a
devoted lady: Ms. Nancy
Mathis; three sons: Villa
Clark, Miami, FL; Shel-
ton Wallace and LeDer-
ick (Ta'Kevia)McDaniel,
Titusville,; five beautiful
daughters: Inza (Lee)
Graves, Temple Hills,
Mich.); Thabathia Par-
rish-Herring, Jack-
sonville; Equilla (Derell)
Jenkins, Alachua; Car-
lotta (Garfield) Canteen,
Ft. Lauderdale; and
Stephanie (Harry)
Warmble, Valdosta, Ga.;
goddaughter: Chaquilla;
16 grandchildren; two
brothers: Everett,
Philadelphia, Pa. and
Felton, Jacksonville; two
wonderful sisters:
Earnestine {Freddie (de-
ceased)} Young,
Hawthorne and Rubell,
Lakeland; six nephews;
six nieces; caregivers:
Mrs. Lelia Edward, Mrs.
Johnnie M. Norman, and
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Business Development
Outreach Project (ERB-
DOP) in partnership with
North Florida Workforce
will be hosting entrepre-
neur education work-
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educate citizens in rural
communities on how to
jump start and/or ex-
pand their own business-
es. Participants will
learn how to write a busi-
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basic education and
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business management is-
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Workshops are held on
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month from 1-3 p.m. at
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Every Other Saturday
Want to have your
taxes prepared at a VITA
site? The Madison Senior
Center at 1161 SW Harvey
Greene Drive, just off
State Road 14, is now
open every other Satur-
dayat 9 a.m. (Feb 5 and 19;
March 5 and 19; and April
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tance (VITA)
effort offers free tax
preparation by IRS-certi-
fied volunteers. VITA vol-
unteers prepare basic,
current year tax returns
free of charge for eligible
taxpayers.
First Wednesday of
Each Month
Caregivers Group,


April 23
A "Luck of the
Draw" co-ed softball tour-
nament will be held be-
ginning at 830 a.m. at the
Greenville Rec. Park. The
cost to enter is $10. Indi-
viduals are welcome. The
drawing for teams will
begin at 8:30 a.m. All pro-
ceeds benefit the Ameri-
can Cancer Society.
April 24
Midway Church of
God will hold Easter ser-
vices. Following morning
worship, there will be an
Easter egg hunt for the
children and a luncheon
of finger foods will be
served. Midway Church
of God is located off
County Road 255 at 2485
SE Midway Church Road,
south of 1-10, Lee exit.
April 24
Gospel sing and East-
er egg hunt. Lee Worship
Center, 397 SE Magnolia
Drive in Lee. Featuring
the McCormick Family.
April 25, 26, May 2, 3
A homebuyer's se-
ries will be held at the
Madison County Exten-
sion Service on April
25,26 and May 2 & 3 at 6
p.m. Participants will
learn the steps in the
home buying process and
develop financial strate-
gies to achieve home
ownership. To register,
call the Madison County
Extension service at 973-
4138.
May 4
The Tall Pines Club
will meet at noon in the
Mill Conference Room.
Ham will be furnished by
the club. Members may
bring a covered dish to go
with the ham. Please
make plans to attend for
good food, fun and fellow-
ship.
Every First And
Third Monday
Consolidated
Christian Ministries, lo-
cated at 799-C SW Pinck-
ney Street in Madison
has changed their food
distribution give-out
days. Food will now be
given out on the first and
third Mondays of each
month from 10 a.m.-2:30
p.m. to those who have
signed up and qualified
in accordance with USDA
guidelines. Anyone can
come in and see if they
qualify and sign up on
the following days: Tues-
day, Wednesday or Thurs-
day from 9 a.m.-11:45 a.m.
Every First Thursday
There will be a Con-
cerned Citizens meeting
each first Thursday at
5:30 p.m. at the Hickory
Hill Auction location,
224B SW Range Ave., be-
tween Madison Eye Clin-
ic and Ashlyn's Rose
Petals. Open discussions
of community concern.
Everyone is welcome. For
more information, call
850-973-2328.
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Paul Sheffer Has A Heart For Bees


By Kristin Finney
Greene Publishing, Inc.
One could say that bee keeping runs in the fam-
ily One could even say that keeping bees is a way of
life. But no matter what is said, being in the bee
business is no easy task. From maintaining hives to
harvesting honey, from building new hives to pre-
venting a hive from swarming, the list of things that
must be done is seemingly endless.
Paul Sheffer has made it his business to become
a part of the bee business, and has been involved
with bees for 37 years. He began working with bees
after meeting a new girlfriend, his wife now. His fa-
ther-in-law was the largest beekeeper in their home
state of Michigan, with a whopping 6,000 hives.
While Mr. Sheffer's personal hive count is
nowhere near that extensive, he maintains about 100
hives.
His love for the bees is as strong as ever.
Along with the help of his wife, Karen, Sheffer
began his bee business in Florida. They moved from
Michigan in search of a better place to raise the
bees, and found that in Madison. It was in Madison
that the Sheffer's began their family They have four
daughters, Jessie (Juan Jose) Barahona, Margaret
(Brian) MacFarlane, Janet Sheffer and Katie
(Derek) Miller. They also have four grandchildren:
Amaria (Jessie and Juan Jose) Barahoma, Seth
(Margaret and Brian) MacFarlane, and Rowan and
Ceridwyn (Katie) Griffis.
Sheffer's bees are not simple honeybees; he has
Italian, Carniolan, Russian and Caucasian bees. In
each of his 100 hives there is one queen. She is easi-
ly distinguished from the others because her body is
long and slender. The worker bees are all females.
This means that whenever someone sees a bee in a
flower, that is a female bee.


There are anywhere from 20,000-80,000 bees per
hive depending on the season. The stronger the hive
the more honey that they will produce. The idea is to
build the hive up as strong as possible without it
swarming, which means that over half of the work-
er bees as well as the queen leave the hive. A hive
will die out if it swarms. A healthy hive can produce
anywhere from 50-200 lbs of honey deDending on the


strength of the hive and the amount of bees.
Sheffer not only produces honey from his bees,


he also rents his bees to farmers to pollinate their
fields. Bees help crops grow healthier and has also
been proven to increase the total amount of crops
harvested during a season.
When asked what he would say to people who
were afraid of bees, Sheffer replied, "Everyone al-
ways tells me that bees don't like them. But most of
the time if a bee is around you, especially women, it
is because they like the smell of your perfume. Then
people out of fear will swat at the bees, which ag-
gravates the bees just like it would aggravate you if
someone was swatting at you. I understand being
afraid, but don't swat at them because that is what
makes you get stung. Just try to get away from them
as quickly as you can."
Bee stings do not even faze Sheffer. He has been
stung almost anywhere a person can imagine. He
even recalled a time that a bee flew into his ear
canal. At first he was going to go to the emergency
room and have them remove it, but he decided that
the bee would come out eventually. When he got
back home he could feel the bee was close to the out-
er edge of his ear and got a pair of tweezers and
pulled it out. He stated, "It was crazy because the
bee didn't even sting me."
If you or someone you know gets stung by a bee
there are a few ways to handle it. First off one must
understand what causes the swelling and pain when
a bee stings them. When a bee stings a person, their
stinger falls off and remains on the persons skin at
the sting site. Inside of the stinger there is poison,
that is what causes the pain and swelling. If you
simply try to grab the stinger and pull it out then it
will push all of the poison into you and cause
swelling and pain. However, if you take a credit card
or your fingernail and run it horizontally over the
site and scrape the stinger off then the majority of


Photo Submitted.
Rowan Griffis is one
of Paul and Karen Shef-
fer's grandchildren.


Seth MacFarlane is
one of Paul and Karen
Sheffer's grandchildren.


Photo Submitted
Paul and Karen Sheffer are seen with their
daughters. From left to right, they are Jessie Bara-
hona, Margaret MacFarlane, Janet Sheffer, Karen and
Paul Sheffer, and Katie Miller.


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Sheffer's grandchildren.


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Madison County Community Bank Celebrates


"People You Know, A Bank You Can Trust"


By Lynette Norris
Greene Publishing, Inc.
A large white banner hangs from the second-
storey balcony, between two white columns in front of
the Madison County Community Bank, proclaiming
'April is Community Banking Month."
For the entire month of April, independent, com-
munity-based banks across the country are celebrating
their investment in their hometown communities and
their unique connection with their customers, things
they believe set them apart from large, corporately
owned mega-banks with branches in multiple loca-
tions.
Since 1999, when a group of local people came to-
gether and formed Madison County Community Bank,
MCCB is Madison County's only locally-owned bank.
MCCB President Edward Meggs underscores that
local connection, describing it as a pattern typical of
locally-owned community banks: "Our board mem-
bers, officers, employees and most of our shareholders
live, work and play in this community; we have a vest-
ed interest in the success of our community. Our em-
ployees know our customers' first names, their
spouses, their kids, their grandkids...we see them in
civic clubs, churches, community events. As a result,
we make decisions for the betterment of everyone, not
just the bank."


Greene Publishing Inc. Photo by Lynette Norris, April 20, 2011
Madison County Community Bank proudly dis-
plays the banner for Community Banking Month.
In contrast to branch banks with multiple loca-
tions spread far and wide, he adds, "While the employ-
ees (of these banks) are good people, most of the
decisions are made at another location, outside the
community. These decisions are sometimes good for
the bank, not the community where they do business."
Corporate headquarters for MCCB is right here in
Madison. "We're not shipping money off to other lo-
cations for salaries and benefits, and like most com-
munity banks, we're a mirror image of our


community When they're hurting, we're hurting, and
when they're prosperous, we prosper."
Because it keeps profits here at home, MCCB has
been able to help fund scholarships to Madison Coun-
ty High School graduates, through the Madison Coun-
ty Foundation for Excellence in Education, as well as
with North Florida Community College.
The bank is also heavily involved in several local
events that benefit Madison County, such as Down
Home Days, Relay For Life and the United Way
But, one of their most popular events is the annu-
al Veteran's Day Remembrance Ceremony Every No-
vember 11, even though the bank itself is closed,
employees open the lobby doors and invite the citizens
of Madison inside, for ceremony that is typically
standing-room-only well before the service begins.
With local veterans and officials serving as guest
speakers and leading the pledge of allegiance, local
ministers leading the invocations and prayers, and lo-
cal singers performing patriotic music, the obser-
vance is a way of bringing people together to honor
their friends and family members who have served
their country, and remember those who are no longer
with them.
"These are things we have done for years and will
continue to do," said Meggs. "It is our way of giving
back to our community"


"I truly love the employees at
MCCB. They are like a family. Each
person I come into contact with is help-
"I love that MCCB is my communi- ful, has a smile, a joke, or a treat. I just
ty bank. They have great customer love that chocolate! The employees
service, and are open on Saturday." are the best!"
-Bobby Patel -Sharon French


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"Madison County Community
Bank has exemplified the definition of
what Community really is. They have
done an outstanding job in working
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vice they give. It's always good to call wish them continued gro
and hear Miss Sue's sweet voice." cess."
-Leatha Davis

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By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The Walk for Life to benefit A
Women's Pregnancy Center in Madi-
son was held Saturday, April 9.
Approximately 75 walkers walked
from the Courthouse, down to Lake
Francis and back to the Courthouse,
to raise aware for millions of unborn


children being aborted each year.
A Women's Pregnancy Center of-
fers alternatives to abortion and
helps train young mothers in child
rearing.
For more information on A
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By Kristin Finney
Greene Publishing, Inc. .
At this year's Relay For Life, attendees will like no-
tice a large tent resembling a hunting lodge. This make
shift hunting lodge will be home to Lake Park of Madi-
son's Relay for Life team.
The entire Relay for Life is themed based on birthday
parties, so Lake Park of Madison is having a hunting
birthday party The tent will be covered in camouflage
and the workers will be wearing hunter orange t-shirts.
Their booth will be selling hamburgers, hot dogs,
french fries and sweet potato fries. There are three teams
for Lake Park of Madison with 15 members on each team.
The team captains are Melanie Seago, Connie Walker and
Carla Barrett.
Team member Deena Hamines stated, "I enjoy work-
ing together as a team, especially for such a good cause. It I
is great to work together for a good cause."
This year the Lake Park of Madison team has been
raising money for Relay for Life in many different ways.
They have sold several different food items such as hot- .
dogs, hamburgers and sloppy joes.
They also sold balloons during Valentines Day for
residents, employees and their family and friends. Each -
week Lake Park or Madison also has "jean Wednesdays"
which allows employees to wear jeans on Wednesdays if
they pay $1.
For Easter they also sold several tickets for beautiful Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Kristin Finney October 19, 2010
Easter Baskets. They have also hosted bake sales for their Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Kristin Finney October 1, 2010
residents so that they can purchase some sweet treats. A portion of this year's Lake Park of Madison Relay for Life team is seen above. From left to right in the
Lake Park of Madison has been a part of the Relay back row are: Cassandra Williams, Christina Brooks, Carla Barrett (Team Captain), Karen Kocan, Deena
for Life since 2003. They have been able to rally almost 50 Hames, Connie Walker (Team Captain), Kelli Croft and Candace Webb. In the front row, from left to right are
percentoftheiremployeestojoininontheRelayforLife :Rhonda Garner, Kim King, Roberta Agner, DeShayla Frazier, Melanie Seago (Team Captain) and Ashley
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* iJ 1st Annual Relay For Life 5K
5K & 1-Mile Fun Run
Benefiting Madison County Relay For Life
Date: Saturday, April 30, 2011
Time: 5K-8:30am; 1 mile-8:00am
Place: Madison County High School Track
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Sign waiver below & mail with check payable to Relay For Life to Fellowship Baptist
Church, PO Box 831, Madison, Florida, 32341.

WAIVER: In consideration of your acceptance of my entry as a participant in the Relay For Life 5K, & 1-Miler, I, the undersigned, for
myself, my heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, waive and release any and all claims for damages, for death, personal injury
* or loss of property against Madison County Relay for Life, its officers and directors, members or representatives and all volunteers 0
and others promoting or assisting in anyway the promotion or organization of The Relay For Life 5K & 1-Miler, which may arise from
my participation in the these races on April 30, 2011, or while traveling to or from the event, even if caused in part by the negligence
or negligent actions or other fault of the parties or persons I am hereby releasing by the dangerous or defective condition of any
property or equipment owned, maintained or controlled by them and/or because of the liability without fault. My participation is
voluntary and done at my own risk. I understand that running a road race is a potentially hazardous activity and that I should not
enter unless I am medically able and properly trained. I attest that I am physically fit and sufficiently trained for the competition of
this event. I fully understand I am forever giving up in advance any right to sue or make claims against the parties I am releasing if I
S suffer injuries and damages even though I do not know to what extent those injuries and damages might be and am voluntarily
assuming the risk of such injuries and damages. I will assume my own medical and emergency expenses in the event of an accident
or other incapacity or injury resulting from or occurring in my participation. I have read and understand everything written above and
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Luminaria Ceremony

Is Highlight Of

Relay For Life Event
The Madison County Relay For Life will conduct their Relay For Life event
on April 29 and 30, at the Madison County High School, Boothill.
The highlight of the evening, for everyone in attendance, is the Luminaria
Ceremony, held at 9:00 pm, on the 29.
The American Cancer Society's Relay For Life Luminaria Ceremony is one
of the most beloved ceremonies during the two-day event. The Luminaria Cere-
mony is conducted in order to recognize those touched by cancer in Madison
County.
Individuals, or companies, can make contributions in memory of those who
have lost the fight with cancer or memorials may be purchased in honor of
those who have survived. Each will be recognized by a lighted luminaria dis-
played at the Relay For Life event. The Luminarias line the track and are left
burning throughout the night to remind participants of the incredible impor-
tance of their contributions.
Luminaria contributions/memorials can be made by contacting Kelly
Minter at minterk@madison.kl2.fl.us.
There will also be a memorial slideshow of pictures of those who have lost
their battle with cancer. If anyone has pictures they would like to submit, they
can email them to minterk@madison.kl2.fl.us. If you are unable to email a pho-
to, you can take a photo by the Madison County Community Bank. Please in-
clude names and pertinent dates, as well as the type of cancer. (Photos are not
guaranteed to be returned.)


Mark your calendars for Sweet-Tees
Luck of the Draw Co-Ed Softball
Tournament on April 23 at 8:30 am
at the Greenville Rec Park.
$10.00 per person.
If you are interested in participating,
you can contact Vicki Sherrard
at 971-5323.


Health Department


Holds "Freezer Full


Of Food" Raffle


By Lynette Norris
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Bonnie Webb, of the Madison
County Health Department, addressed
the 55 Plus Club briefly at their April
13 meeting, to promote the depart-
ment's raffle for a freezer full of food.
Webb and 14 other members of Team
Health Department in the Relay For
Life are holding the raffle to raise
money for Relay For Life cancer re-
search.
The five cubic foot freezer will
hold "a little bit of everything," said


Fran Tuten of the MCHD. To find out
what, enter the drawing and see if you
win. Raffle tickets are $5 each, and are
available at the Health Department;
drop by the facility at 218 SW Third
Ave., any time during business hours.
People can purchase tickets at the
MCHD until closing time Friday, April
29. Later that same evening, Team
Health Department will hold the draw-
ing at the Relay for Life event, and an-
nounce the winner.
After that, "the winner just needs
to come by and pick it up," said Tuten.


Relay For Life Committee

Snacks Their Way To A Cure


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, April 16, 2011
Relay For Life committee members were on hand during Down Home Days
selling different varieties of snacks, in order to raise money for the Madison
County Relay For Life event. Pictured left to right: Barbara Barett, Christina
Downer, Marcia Webb, Lori Newman, and George Webb.


Putting Old Cell


Phones to Work...


FightiHg Calcer
By Lynette Norris
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Cell phone technology evolves so fast, most folks probably have at least one
(if not several) old phones sitting in a drawer somewhere, just taking up
space...and probably they have no idea what to do with them or where to recy-
cle them.
Now they can recycle those phones to help find a cure for cancer.
That's right. By rounding up those old cell phones and dropping them off at
the collection box in Madison County Community Bank, people can help raise
money in the fight against cancer.
The American Cancer Society and Cellular Recycler have created a unique
program to raise money by collecting and reselling old cellular phones collect-
ed from people who no longer need or want them. Every unused phone donated
equals a direct donation to the American Cancer Society
In the United States alone, there are an estimated 130 million old cell phones
sitting around collecting dust. That represents about three billion dollars in
valuable technology going to waste, which could be put to use raising money for
cancer research.
To donate your old cell phone, take it to the Madison County Community
Bank, 301 E. Base Street, any time during business hours.




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Milltown Becomes Lakeland: On September 15, 1925, the Mayor and Councilmen of Milltown approved a resolution to change this town's name to Lakeland.
This mural, created in 1998, depicts the scene that day as the Councilmen gathered for the historic meeting. Mayor Lawson Patten stands at the door of the Town
Hall waiting for Councilman Lint Miller in his Model T Ford, Jim Lovejoy, Tom Church, Tom Miller, H.E. Brown and Lige Tucker to assemble. Prominent citizens Joe
and Irma Cameron and Policeman Carl Thigpen complete the scene. The dog, Hatch, owned by Church Hotel boarder Ben Smith, followed Mr. Church to the meet-
ing. A close observer will notice the water tank painter changing "Milltown" to "Lakeland".


The Ice House: Joe Patten, manager, and Clarence
Patten, deliveryman, stand in front of Lawson Patten's
cold storage business.


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Old Jail
The Milltown Murals are so named
because they depict the history of the
town as it was in 1925, when its name
was changed to Lakeland. Originally
the town was called Alapaha, from the
time the post office was established in
1838 until 1857, when it became Mill-
town.
About 1830 Joshua Lee dammed up
a creek to form Lee's Mill Pond, in-
stalling a water powered cotton gin and
gristmill. William Lastinger bought the
Lee property in 1848 and added a
sawmill. Lastinger sold his holdings to
Henry Banks, an Atlantan, in 1862, and
since that time it has been called Banks
Lake.
George Gress, a prominent At-
lantan, had a tremendous impact on
Milltown in 1902. He established a large
lumber mill on the south edge of the
town. His son Morgan, who managed
the mill, built the Log Cabin (depicted


on a mural) for his private residence.
The new industry set off a building
boom in Milltown, residences, stores, a
hotel, a Baptist college, and two banks.
Gress sold his property to Barney &
Smith Car Company in 1905, and the
lumber mill burned to the ground in
1918.
Lanier County was created in 1920.
That same year E.D. Rivers moved his
family from Cairo to Milltown to prac-
tice law, and was instrumental in get-
ting the town's name changed to
Lakeland. He became Governor of
Georgia in 1937. During his adminis-
tration many roads were paved
throughout Georgia, the Georgia High-
way Patrol was created, and numerous
new programs were introduced, among
them free school books, and the Depart-
ment of Public Welfare.
The Milltown Murals are reviving
the town's colorful history


Shoe Shop, Blacksmith: In 1925 Henry Wilcox, shoemaker and harness repairman, operated his shop at this location. John D. ("Doss") Jackson, blacksmith and
wheelwright, moved to Milltown in 1908 to practice his trade as a wheelwright and blacksmith for the big lumber mill. He had his shop on Oak Street beside his resi-
dence.


R.N. Burch, M.D.: Dr. Burch returns from a house call to find Pitt Darsey com-
forting his son John. The sympathizing onlooker is Perry Carter.


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Bancshare Building - Starting at 10 am :
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Friday, April 22, 2011


HospitaCl onors Pink Ladvy


Volunteers


By Lynette Norris
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Last Friday, April 15, Madison County Memori-
al Hospital honored its long-time core of volun-
teers, the Pink Ladies Hospital Auxiliary, with a
luncheon, poetry from Hospital CEO David Aber-
crombie, and small gifts of appreciation.
The ladies who gathered in the hospital cafete-
ria brought over a hundred collective years of ex-
perience, said Vicki Howerton, who, together with
Susan Yonce, Tammy Stevens (Chief of Operations
Officer) and Cindi Burnett (Human Resources Offi-
cer) served the luncheon.
Each lady received a pewter pin in the shape of
a bonsai tree, while Susan Yonce read the poem at-
tached to each one: "Caring for the bonsai is a com-
mitment that requires time, skill and
patience.. .like the artist, your continuous hard
work and attention to detail improve our team and
shape our future."
Most of the ladies present had been hospital
volunteers since the early to mid nineties. Betty
Sirmon and Frances Mercer had been there the
longest, since 1993, but neither lady was quite sure
who had started first. The newest member was
Beth Ward, who had joined the volunteer corps in
either September or October of last year, "and I
just got my pink jacket last week," she said.
Gean McCullough, the historian for the Pink
Ladies, remembers when they used to be called the
Gray Ladies, and included Rachel Reichmann, Ros-
alee Russell and Eunice Clark among their num-
bers. She also spoke of Lifetime Member Mildred
Bruner, now living in a nursing home in Tallahas-
see, who is thought to have started the Pink Ladies,
and mentioned honorary members Joy Gensel and


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Cherry Lake Fire &
Rescue announces that a
bass tournament will be
held at the Sims Boat Club
(Old Wade's Beach) in
Cherry Lake on Saturday,
April 30.
The tournament will
be held from 6 a.m. until
noon and registration will
start promptly at 5 a.m.


that morning.
There will be an entry
fee of $40 per boat (with
two fishermen) or $20 per
fishermen.
Registration will be
held for the "Big Fish" pot.
The cost to register is $10
per boat and there will be
a 100 percent payback to
whoever catches the
biggest fish.
Prize money will be


paid to first through
fourth places for 21 boats
or more, or first through
third place for 20 boats or
less.
Proceeds will benefit
Cherry Lake Fire & Res-
cue.
For more informa-
tion, please call Cherry
Lake Fire & Rescue at (850)
929-2354 and leave your
name and return number.


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Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Lynette Norris, April 15, 2011
The Pink Ladies Auxiliary gather for a group photo after their luncheon and several games of bingo.
Back row, starting in the corner, left to right: Christine Blanton, Frances Mercer and Mary Colson. Middle
row, standing, left to right: Sue Quick, Beth Ward, Betty Sirmon and Mary Lou Surles. Front row, seated, left
to right: Doris Cowart, Frances Sanders and Gean McCullough.
Ruby Ulm. Ward.
After the luncheon, Susan Yonce called five "It's privilege and a pleasure to work with
games of bingo, with prizes of various angel fig- every one of you," said Howerton at the conclusion
urines. Winners were: Sue Quick, Doris Cowart, of the event. "I say that from the bottom of our
Christine Blanton, Frances Sanders and Beth hearts, from the Madison County Hospital Family"


Sexual Assault


Awareness Month:


Sheila Combs of


Refuge House


Speaks To


Woman's Club


TOWN OF GREENVILLE
FAIR HOUSING NOTICE

It is the policy of the Town Council of the Town of Greenville to
promote, through fair, orderly and lawful procedure the
opportunity for each person so desiring to obtain housing of
such person's choice in the town without regard to race, religion,
color, ancestry, national origin, sex, familial status, marital status,
handicap or age, and that, to that end, to prohibit discrimination
in housing by any person.

The Town Clerk is authorized to implement the Town's fair
housing policy, as contained in Ordinance Number 173, as
amended by Ordinance Number 181, in accordance with state
and federal laws. These ordinances are available for public
inspection at the Office of Town Clerk, Greenville Town Hall, 154
SW Old Mission Avenue, Greenville, Florida 32331, during
normal business hours Monday - Friday from 8:00 A.M. to 4:30
P.M., with the exception of Thursday, when Town Hall is open
from 8:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.

A written complaint of any local fair housing discrimination
should be made to the Town Clerk, P.O. Box 235, Greenville,
Florida 32331. The written complaint must be received within 60
days of the alleged occurrence. An investigation will be
conducted within 30 days of receipt of the complaint and a
determination of probable cause will be generated. If there is
cause to believe discrimination took place, the Town Clerk will
attempt to conciliate the parties.

Any aggrieved person may also file a complaint of a fair housing
discrimination act with the following State and/or Federal
agencies:

Florida Commission on Human Relations
325 John Knox Road, Bldg. F., Suite 240
Tallahassee, FL 32303-4149
Toll-Free Telephone: 1-800-342-8170
or
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
451 Seventh Street, S.W.
Washington, D.C. 20410
Toll-Free Telephone: 1-800-424-8590

For further information, or to register a fair housing complaint,
please contact Ms. Sherry Roland, Town Clerk, at 850/948-2251.

The Town of Greenville is an Equal Opportunity Housing Agency


By Lynette Norris
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Sexual violence isn't something
people like to talk about and would
rather push under the rug, said Sheila
Combs of Refuge House, addressing
the April 14 meeting of the Madison
Woman's Club.
April is Sexual Violence Aware-
ness Month, and Combs' presentation
laid out the
stark facts:
That sexual vi-
olence can oc-
cur any time
one person
has control
over another,
and it occurs
across all age,
racial, educa-
tional, and so-
cio-economic
lines.
"It does
not have a
face, gender or
color," said I
Combs, adding .
that one out of
seven boys ',
have been sex-
ually assault- .
ed by age 18,
and that most
of these cases - . .
are likely un-
reported. One . . . .
out of three Greene Publishing, Inc. PI
girls have Sheila Combs of Ri
been sexually Madison Woman's Clul
assaulted by
that same age.
Although sexual violence can hap-
pen to anyone, certain groups may be
more vulnerable to attack than others:
girls in the 16 to 24 age range, because
this is when most of them are dating,
and the elderly, because they may be
less able to fight off an attack and are
most likely to be in the care and con-
trol of someone else. Statistics show
that 800% of elderly victims know their
attackers.
There is help available, said
Combs, help that is free and confiden-
tial. Refuge House, (850) 973-4144, has
two shelters, one in Leon County and
another in Taylor County and also op-
erates a 24 Hour Crisis Hotline, 1-800-
500-1119, offering counseling, advice
and referral to needed services. To re-
port abuse of an elderly person, call 1-


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800-962-2873.
In addressing what other commu-
nity members can do to help, Combs
said that the most important thing of
all was making sure the victim knows
she is not to blame, and the second
thing was listening when they wanted
to talk. Schoolteachers should try to
find out what is really behind a stu-
dent's disruptive behavior, excessive
absences or
suddenly
fai ing
grades.
Women
should also
practice a
safety plan
even if they
don't think
they'll need
it. 'An at-
tacker will
most likely
try to pre-
vent you
f r o m
and will
W , ttake away
your cell
phone.
" m\ d Think
about what
you would
Sh do. You
need to
S have a plan
to by Lynette Norris, April 14, 2011 B, C, D, and
uge House speaks to the D o n 't
travel alone,
she added, and if you think you're be-
ing followed, go to a public place with
lights and people outside. If you
think you're being threatened in a so-
cial situation, yell "fire" instead of
"help."
Combs, a survivor of sexual vio-
lence herself, emphasized that getting
away from the attacker is key. Some-
times women don't want to uproot
their children or may be afraid to
leave. But leaving is necessary, said
Combs, both to survival and to break-
ing the cycle of violence. "I didn't
want my daughter to think it was
okay for women to be treated this way
I didn't want my son to grow up think-
ing it was okay to treat a woman that
way...I'm a survivor because I left. If I
hadn't left, I believe someone would
have had to bury me and my children."


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Mt. Zion House Of

Prayer Holds Car Wash


At

Madison

First Baptist

Church

By Nell Dobbs

The question for each of us is washed his hands; and He endured un-
"What will I do with Jesus?" on Sun- believable agony of body and soul.
day, we will be saying "Hallelujah! He We give thanks that Mrs. Laura
is risen indeed!" When Pilate asked Coleman and Sabrina Register have
Him if He were the King of the Jews, come into fellowship with us and will
Jesus said, "Thou sayest." Jesus is the pray for their families and them. After
Way, the Truth and the Life. the message, we partook of the Lord's
Our Sunday School was about Supper and ave thanks for Jesus' gift
"Knowing the Truth" from Colossians: of forgiveness and His Resurrection.
"because of the hope reserved for you The Holy Week service for Good
in Heaven, you have already heart Friday will be at our church. On
about this hope in the message of Wednesday night, AWANA had a hot-
truth, the gospel." dog picnic and then decorated the
Todd Gordon prayed a touching of- table for the lunch. Thanks.
fertory prayer, giving God thanks for The Association Brotherhood Sup-
His great love and mercy Special mu- per/Meeting was held Tuesday night
sic was "Beautiful, Terrible Cross" by at Faith Baptist.
David Fries, Jim Carey and Mark On Saturday, April 23, at 11 a.m.,
Branham. We are so blessed by their the church-wide covered dish fellow-
talent and love for the Lord. ship/Easter egg hunt will be held at
Sunday's message was about Palm the Beggs' Barn.
Sunday and the week before Jesus' A note of thanks to Frances
Crucifixion from Luke 19. He was on Copeland for Easter bags filled for so
His way to Jerusalem. He sent two dis- many. It is said that God uses "busy
ciples to get the animal He would ride people" to do His will. Prayers espe-
into the city on - not a horse but a colt. cially for WC. and their entire family
The multitude went before and after and her mother, Mrs. Eloise Stewart to
Him- some put clothes on the colt and be 100 soon - and able to be back at
set Him thereon. Some spread their home after a hospital stay.
garments in the way; some cut olive There's still sadness among us.
branches and fig leaves (Preacher said. Death has come. Illness is among us.
I'd never heard that before) and the Earnest prayers for my special
crowd shouted "Hosanna." friend, Nancy Sugan in Pennsylvania
The next day, Jesus was hungry with more serious illnesses. Pray for
and He saw a fig tree full of leaves but all in the nursing homes and those
no figs and He said it would never have who care for them. Often, someone
figs on it. Next day, it was withered. In came to mind - Merton Morse of Lake
the city, He celebrated the Passover; Park, Ga. - a special friend of school
prayed in Gethsemane that God's will and otherwise. Thankful Al Spurlock
would be done; was ridiculed; endured is home! Thankful for SCHOOL and
a mock trial; was found innocent by for reunions. Thankful for every good
Pilate but Pilate told the crowd to do deed done! Thankful for God's gift!
with Him what they would and Blessed Easter!


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By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Lee First Baptist Church and Lee United Methodist Church will hold a com-
bined sunrise service on Resurrection Sunday, April 24.
The Easter sunrise service will begin at 7 p.m. at Lake Brittany, just north
of the Lee Town Hall.
Everyone is encouraged to bring a flower to place on the cross.


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
The McCormick Family will perform a gospel concert on Easter Sunday,
April 24, at the church.
Following the sing, there will be an Easter egg hunt on the church
grounds for the children.
Lee Worship Center is located at 397 SE Magnolia Drive in Lee.
Rev. Charles Lasseter is the pastor of the church.


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By Kristin Finney
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Dr. David Howell Yates is a name that not many
recent generation Madisonians would recognize.
However, many of you pass his place of business on
a regular basis. His office is located on the corner of
Base and Horry Streets, it almost looks out of place
among the plantation like homes found on those
streets. The reason that many residents do not rec-
ognize his name is because his business began in
1914.
When the building was originally built it was a
sanitarium. A sanitarium is a location that has been
set aside to meet the needs of people facing illness-
es. The sanitariums would normally allow patients
to receive a lot of fresh air and rest; they would also
be given a special diet of nutritious foods. This was
believed to help in the healing process of people fac-
ing chronic illnesses.
Dr. Yates' sanitarium was especially successful
in treating Pellagra. Pellagra is a vitamin deficiency
disease that is normally caused by a lack of niacin.
Pellagra is normally described as causing "the four
D's" which are diarrhea, dermatitis, dementia and
death.
Dr. Yates was also the first person in Madison to
own a car. He had drums of gasoline sent to him by
train. He was also the first person in Madison to re-
ceive a traffic citation; he did not turn on his rear
lights at night and was given a $1.00 citation. Yates
also was the first president of the Chamber of Com-
merce and was a member of the Kiwanis Club.
David Howell Yates also had the first static X-Ray
machine in the state of Florida.
The building currently found on Base and Hor-
ry Streets is not the original Yates Sanitarium. The
original sanitarium contained 20 rooms, baths, a
kitchen, a dining room, a reading room and a recep-
tion lobby The building burnt down in 1922. This
gave Dr. Yates the opportunity to improve his facili-
ties.
An ad can be found in the American Journal of
Electrotherapeutics and Radiology, Volume 34, Issue


Looking Back

At Th Hi store

Of Yates Sanitatium


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Kristin Finney, April 19, 2011
A current view of Yates Sanitarium.


4. The ad reads "The Sanitarium is located in a
small Florida town, on the National Highway. Good
R.R. facilities. Thoroughly equipped for the treat-
ment of Pellagra, Chronic Deafness, Nervous Trou-
bles, Neuritis, including Rheumatism, Gout,
Asthma and mild mental cases. Treatment of Can-
cer. Sanitarium is equipped with steam heat, is well
ventilated and screened. Eight rooms with bath
lavatories and hot and cold water in every room.


Rates $20.00 per week and upwards."
Following the fire the new building was built.
This building is two stories tall. The walls are
built of 12" stucco and the foundation is poured
concrete.
Following Dr. Yates' death the building became
the Madison County Hospital. Today, it is a private
residence. The current owners affectionately refer
to the building as "The Money Pit."


April 25, 1941 Freshman Week at Brenau College in
A terrific hailstorm, which at Gainesville, Ga., the week of April 7-8,
brief intervals was said to have at- she tried out for the Speech Scholar-
tained almost cyclonic intensity, ship given to prospective freshmen
struck the Hanson and Cherry Lake and which will be presented the next
vicinities Tuesday afternoon between college year to entering freshmen at
4 and 8 o'clock, doing considerable Brenau. Miss Gross was notified Mon-
damage to crops and disrupting tele- day that she had won the scholarship.
phone and electric lighting facilities. She gave the beautiful reading, "Four
The hailstones were reported to be the Men of God," which she read in the
size of large marbles. county declamation contest recently
Two modernistic tables and chairs and won.
to match have been installed in the Cut Sumpter James has opened an un-
Rate Drug Co., Inc., J.M. Wexler, man- dertaking establishment in his build-
ager, announced yesterday The chairs ing on South Parramore Street and
and tables are steel, trimmed in red has caskets on hand. Ephraim Tillman
and are very attractive, of Monticello, a young undertaker and
Word was received here this week embalmer, will serve as undertaker.
from Editor T.C. Merchant and party,
consisting of Mrs. Merchant, Mrs. April 21, 1961
D.G. Smith and Mrs. T.C. Coody, they Tommy Beggs, J.L. Brinson and
were not in the earthquake which Maury Blalock were visitors in Talla-
struck Southern Mexico Tuesday of hassee Monday where they attended a
last week. The local party, which had luncheon for ATO alumni.
been spending several days in Mexico Memorial services honoring the
City, left the morning of the earth- Confederate dead in Oak Ridge ceme-
quake for Acapulco, 300 miles away on tery will be held at the graves at 2 p.m.,
the Pacific Coast. Wednesday, April 26, sponsored by the
C.L. Milford reported Tuesday he Madison Jaycees. The Madison High
had found boll weevils in a patch of School band will furnish music.
Sea Island cotton belonging to R.C. Bill and Milton Cave are celebrat-
Dickinson. Mr. Milford expressed the ing the third anniversary of Cave's
opinion that now is a good time to be- Feed & Farm Supply Store in Madison.
gin treating their cotton. Gordon W Selman expects to at-
tend the state conference of Woodmen
April 20, 1951 of the World Life Insurance in Jack-
Joe Brinson was arrested last Fri- sonville at the beginning of next week.
day afternoon by Sheriff's and Bever-
age Department officers in the April 23, 1970
Champaign section, together with a Susan Walker is valedictorian of
200-gallon still, 600 gallons of mash the Madison High School Class of
and 25 gallons of moonshine. He pled 1971.
guilty to possession of moonshine and Sherrod Lumber Company of
possession of a still and was fined $100 Greenville was hit by fire Wednesday
on each count. night. Fire departments from Madi-
Sheriff Edward Porter, Jr., son, Perry and Live Oak were called.
nephew of Mrs. J.D Scruggs of this Freddie Reeves won the Madison
city, was killed near Ocala last Friday County Spelling Bee. Frances Benitez
by a 16-year-old. Porter had arrested was second.
Orion Johnson in connection with Funeral services for Angus H.
forgery of a $22 check. The youth Armstrong, 80, Madison Tax Assessor
stabbed the sheriff with an ice pick for 36 years will be held Saturday af-
and shot him with the sheriff's own ternoon, 4 p.m., in the chapel of T.J.
pistol. Beggs & Sons Funeral Home. Mr. Arm-
When Miss Norma Gross, Madi- strong died Wednesday in Alachua
son High School senior, attended General Hospital after a long illness.


From the Friday, September 29, 1972

Madison Enterprise-Recorder


Robbie Henderson has two daughters standing, Lee Anne and Lynn Hender-
son. She is holding Master Rodney Richardson, a cousin.

From the Friday, September 29, 1972

Madison Enterprise-Recorder


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SRWMD Governing

Board Officers Elected


Photo submitted
New officers of the Suwannee River Water Management District Governing Board are pictured from left,
Donald "Ray" Curtis, secretary/treasurer; Donald Quincey, chairman; and Alphonas Alexander, vice-chair-


man.
The Suwannee River Water Management Dis-
trict Governing Board held an election of officers on
March 8. Donald J. Quincey, Jr., will serve as chair-
man; Alphonas Alexander will serve as vice-chair-
man; and Donald R. "Ray" Curtis III, will hold the
positions of secretary/treasurer.
Quincey, a resident of Chiefland, was appointed
by Governor Charlie Crist in April 2008 to represent
the Lower Suwannee River Basin.
Quincey earned an Associate of Arts degree
from Santa Fe Community College in 1976. He is the
owner and president of Quincey Cattle Company
and is currently the president-elect of the Florida
Cattleman's Association.
Alphonas Alexander, of Madison, was appoint-
ed by Governor Crist in March 2010 and he repre-
sents the Upper Suwannee River Basin.
Alexander holds a Bachelor of Science degree


in animal science from Florida A&M University He
serves as an independent contractor for The
Forestry Company, of Perry, and is a member of the
Forestry Stewardship program and the Florida
Forestry Association.
Donald "Ray" Curtis III, of Perry, was appointed
by Governor Charlie Crist in March 2010. Curtis rep-
resents the Coastal River Basin.
Curtis is an attorney with Howard & Curtis, P.A.
in Perry He received his Juris Doctorate from Flori-
da Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville after earn-
ing a Bachelor of Arts degree in business
administration, with a minor in agricultural law,
from the University of Florida.
Curtis serves as a member of the City of Perry
Zoning and Planning Board and the City of Perry
Board of Adjustment. Currently he is chair of the
City of Perry Code Enforcement Board.


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Do your children long to spend their summer
days in the great outdoors? Would they love the
chance to learn about fish and wildlife from experts,
and hike or canoe with other children their age?
Then it's time to sign them up for the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's
(FWC) Ocala Outdoor Adventure Camp. The facility
is located in the Ocala National Forest, and regis-
tration for the 2011 summer sessions has already be-
gun.
The summer camp is for boys and girls, ages 9-
15, and focuses on fish and wildlife conservation,
outdoor skills and firearm safety This year, the
camp offers six one-week sessions beginning June
19.
The camp's primary goal is to help children be-
come conservation-minded and good stewards of
our fish and wildlife resources. They learn these
skills and values through fun and educational,
hands-on activities such as fishing, canoeing, swim-
ming, hiking, archery and many other outdoor pro-
grams.
Tuition is still only $295 per camper per week
and includes lodging, food, program materials and
instruction. Each week-long session is divided into
four groups, based on individual interest: hunter
safety, archery and bowhunting skills, wilderness
outdoor skills, and the new and exciting angler's
program.


"Campers who want to learn about fish and fish-
ing, will want to sign up for our new Anglers Fish
Camp," said Greg Workman, director of the Ocala
Outdoor Adventure Camp. "They learn about fish bi-
ology, identification, fishing techniques and boating
safety, and enjoy many traditional camp activities,
such as swimming and canoeing. Each camper will
receive a rod and reel with tackle when they com-
plete the program."
For the camper who wants to take the state-man-
dated hunter safety course, the hunter safety group
is the way to go.
The wilderness outdoor skills group will experi-
ence several outdoor adventures, including an
overnight primitive camping trip and hiking on the
Florida Trail. Before leaving base camp, campers
prepare for the experience by learning the funda-
mentals of surviving in the wilderness, orienteer-
ing, backpacking and preparing a campsite.
The Ocala Conservation Center is on a 57-acre
peninsula, rich in history and wildlife, in Marion
County. It is 20 miles east of Ocala, on Lake Eaton, in
the heart of the Ocala National Forest. The facilities
are rustic, yet comfortable, with air-conditioned
cabins and dining hall. The classrooms are fishing
piers, shooting ranges, nature trails, Lake Eaton
and the vast Ocala National Forest.
For more information or to register, go to
www.OcalaAdventureCamp.com or call 352-625-2804.


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See


It

Florida's outdoors has positive
impact on people and economy

Florida attracts people who enjoy the outdoors:
anglers trying to lure the big one, birdwatchers
waiting in silence, kids trying to catch a glimpse of
everything from manatees and alligators to Mickey
Mouse, retirees who saved a lifetime to come down,
and people from all walks of life wanting to enjoy
our warm rays and vast outdoor recreational oppor-
tunities.
Our state is known for hosting millions of visi-
tors each year - some 41 million, to be exact.
We are lucky to live in a state that affords us the
opportunity to enjoy the outdoors most months of
the year. Just ask those visiting from the North.
Where else can you experience temperatures in the
80s in the middle of February? While it is no secret
that Florida has diverse recreational resources,
what you might not know about the fiscal impact of
fishing, hunting and wildlife viewing in Florida
could surprise you.
Fish and wildlife contribute to Florida's tourism
industry Each year, $20 billion and 250,000 jobs come
directly from fish and wildlife in the state, and an ad-
ditional $18 billion and another 200,000 jobs are the
indirect benefit of boating in state waters.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) oversees these waterways and
protects fishing and hunting resources for this gen-
eration and beyond. Those of us who work for the
FWC are thankful that we get to enjoy the fruits of
our labor while positively impacting others by cre-
ating jobs and revenue.
In fiscal year 2011-12 alone, the combined rev-
enue from recreational fishing license sales and fed-
eral aid through the Sport Fish Restoration
Program is projected to be $45,229,260. In today's
economy, where Florida families are doing more
with less, I am proud that the FWC does its part
every year to contribute to the state's economy in a
winning way.
Wildlife viewing is a significant economic en-
gine in Florida, accounting for $5.6 billion and 51,367
jobs of the $20 billion and 250,000 jobs noted earlier.
The Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail repre-
sents only one aspect of wildlife viewing enjoyed by
residents and visitors alike. The FWC partnered
with the Wildlife Foundation of Florida and the
Florida Department of Transportation to create this
network of 500 birding sites and 2,000 miles of self-
guided highway trails throughout Florida.
During the February FWC Commission meeting
in Apalachicola, my fellow commissioners and I ex-
perienced first-hand the impact of fishing and its
role in the economy of the quaint fishing communi-
ty We heard from residents and business owners as
we conducted our meetings, toured an oyster-pro-
cessing company alongside Gov. Rick Scott and en-
joyed lunch from the local bounty The community
depends on the marine life in its estuaries and Gulf
waters.
Apalachicola is a piece of Florida locked away
in time, guided by the traditions of years past. It re-
juvenates us and reminds us of the importance of
what we do at the FWC. We take our responsibilities
to heart as we consider those who enjoy what Flori-
da has to offer and those who make a living from its
harvest.

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(850) 973-4141
3:00 p.m. Every Monday


HANDYMAN SERVICES
No job too big or too small.
Quality work, reasonable
rates. Call Michael at (850)
464-2706 or (850) 290-6572
4/13-10/5, c
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: 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
Wanted: Chickens, turkeys,
guineas and peafowl.
850-661-6868
rtn, n/c



2002 Isuzu Trooper
4 WD, white/gold, $7,900.
Excellent condition.
Call 850-464-6267.
4/20, pd
GOWNS FOR SALE
Beautiful, Affordable prom
& wedding gowns.
ACT 2 Resale Shop
(behind Madison Post Of-
fice)
W-F 10-5 and Sat 10-2
4/15-4/29, c
Diamond Plate Alum.
Pick-up truck tool boxes.
Various sizes. $50 each. Call
973-4172 - 8am-5pm M-F
5/6-rtn, n/c

Buy, Sell or Trade
In The Classifieds

Call 973-4141

One Man's Junf Is
Another Man's Treasure


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 crisis
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




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

To Place Your Classified
Call 973-4141

$12 for 20 words


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






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


1 bedroom, 1 bathroom.
2 1/2 miles from town.
Call 973-6991.
4/20,rtn c
2 bed, 1 bath, mobile home,
washer & dryer, close to
NFCC. Adults only.
Non-smokers. No pets.
$400 month,
$400 security deposit.
Call (850) 843-0980.
4/6 -4/13, 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
rtni


2 Bedroom, 1 Bath House
$450. mo. Call 869-0916
3/9, rtn, 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


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
Director of Allied Health
Programs (RN)
wanted at North Florida
Community College. See
www.nfcc.edu for details.
4/13-4/27 ,c
FULL TIME
APPRENTICE LINEMAN
Tri-County Electric Coopera-
tive has an opening for a full-
time Apprentice Lineman in
our Madison Office.
The candidate is required to
have a minimum of five years
experience in power line con-
struction and maintenance.
The candidate must also have
a Class A, Commercial Dri-
vers License and live no more
than 20 miles from the Madi-
son warehouse location at
2862 West US 90.

The Cooperative offers com-
petitive salary and benefits.

Tri-County is an EOE and
DFWP.

Please send resume and com-
pleted Tri-County Employ-
ment Application Form,
which is available at any
TCEC office or online at
www.tcec.com, before May
6, 2011 to:

Stephanie Carroll
Tri-County Electric
Cooperative, Inc.
2862 West US 90
Madison, FL 32340
4/13 - 4/20, c


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 3RD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.:2010-593-CA

STANLEY DOWDY and VICKI B. DOWDY,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
CLOVER FARM GROCERY, INC.,
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
DEFENDANT (S) WHO ARE NOT KNOWN
TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
Defendant,

CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE UNDER F.S. CHAPTER 45
NOTICE GIVEN that, in accordance with the Default Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated April 11, 2011 in the above-styled cause, I will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for cash at the Madison County Courthouse, 125 SW Range
Ave, Madison, FL 32340 at 11:00 am on May 12, 2011, the following described
property:
Lots 7, 8, 9 and 10 of Block 3 and Lot 8 of Block 6 of East Madison Subdivision,
according to the Plat thereof recorded in the Public Records of Madison County,
Florida.
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I certify that a copy hereof of the Clerk's Notice of Sale has been furnished to the
following parties by U.S. Mail on April 11, 2011.
Dated: April 11, 2011
TIM SANDERS
Clerk of Court
By: /s/ Ramona Dickinson
Deputy Clerk
4/15,4/22

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY,
Plaintiff,
v. CASE NO. 2010-CA-000506

MARIE GEORGES; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF MARIE GEORGES;, ANY
AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; TENANT
#1; TENANT #2,
Defendants /
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Final Judgment of Foreclo-
sure for Plaintiff entered in this cause, in the Circuit Court of MADISON
County, Florida; I will sell the property situated in MADISON County, Flori-
da described as:
Commence at an iron rod marking the Northeast corner of Section 36, Town-
ship 1 South, Range 6 East, Madison County, Florida and run South 00 de-
grees 2847 East, a distance of 2716.91 feet to a point in the approximate
center of Alligator Creek for a POINT OF BEGINNING; thence from said
Point of Beginning, run North 00 degrees 2847 West, a distance of 2716.91 feet
to a point, thence North 00 degrees 0502 West, a distance of 307.57 feet to a
point in the centerline of an 80 foot wide roadway, utility and drainage ease-
ii in- l. I.dI ' thence run along said centerline as follows: South 67 de-
gi,,. ' -11 I \ .i , distance of 422.48 feet to a point, thence South 73 degrees
5341 West, a distance of 94.44 feet to a point, thence South 82 degrees 0555
West, distance of 72.78 feet to a point, thence South 89 degrees 0636 West, a
distance of 152.51 feet to a point, thence leaving said centerline, run South 05
degrees 1202 West, a distance of 1937.27 feet to a point in the approximate
center of the aforementioned Alligator Creek, thence run in a Southeasterly
direction along the approximate center of said Alligator Creek, a distance of
1341.6 feet, more or less, (Chord of said creek being South 45 degrees 2134
East, a distance of 1269.42 feet) to the Point of Beginning. Containing 42.72
acres, more or less.
SUBJECT TO an 80 foot wide roadway, utility and drainage easement (Road
3008) over and across the Northerly 40.00 feet thereof.
ALSO SUBJECT TO a 10 foot utility easement along the side and rear lot
lines.
TOGETHER WITH AND SUBJECT TO that certain Declarations of Ease-
ments, Reservations and Protective Covenants for Aucilla Plantations record-
ed December 15, 2005 in Official Records Book 791 Page 298, of the Public
Records of Madison County, Florida, and any amendments thereto.
and commonly known as: Lot 48, Aucilla Plantation, Pinetta, FL 32350, at
public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash, at the West Front Steps
of the Madison County Courthouse, 125 SW Range Avenue, Madison, Flori-
da 32340, on May 12, 2011, at 11:00 A.M.
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
60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
Disability Language:
If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order
to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the pro-
vision of certain assistance. Please contact Nancy K. Nydam, Court Admin-
istrator, P.O. Box 1569, Lake City, Florida 32056-1569 (904) 758-2163 within
2 working days of your receipt of this notice; if you are hearing or voice im-
paired, call 1-800-955-8771.
Dated this April 12, 2011

TIM SANDERS
Clerk of the Circuit Court

By: /s/ Ramona Dickinson
Deputy Clerk

4/22, 4/29


Pursuant to F. S. 713.585(6), Elsie Title Services, LLC w/power of attorney
will sell the listed autos to highest bidder subject to any liens;
Net proceeds deposited with clerk of court per 713.585; owner/lienholders
right to a hearing per F. S. 713.585(6); to post bond per F. S. 559.917;
Owner may redeem vehicle for cash sum of lien; all auctions held
w/reserve; inspect 1 wk prior at lienor facility; cash or cashier's check; 25%
Buyer prem; anyone interested phone (941) 486-0800
Sale date 05/09/2011 at 9:00 am at 6025 S SR 53 Madison FL. Storage at
$34.98 per day inc tax
JFS M16; lien amt $1,616.10; 2000 Dodg Ram 3500 Pk; White;
3B6MC3656YM226456
Lienor Jimmie's Firestone & Service Center, Inc; 6025 S SR 53 Madison FL
32340-9428; Reg # MV-11691 (850) 973-8546.
4/22

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
FOR
CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES FOR
MADISON COUNTY COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
MADISON, MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
I. INTRODUCTION
Madison County Community Hospital Board is requesting written propos-
als from qualified construction firms to provide professional At-Risk Con-
struction Management Services for the Budgeting and Construction Phase
on the new proposed Madison County Community Hospital. The construc-
tion of the new hospital will include all applicable sitework, 25 single bed-
rooms, x-ray, emergency room, dietary, labs, heli-pad, support spaces,
maintenance and administrative areas.
The project will consist of approxi- mately 55,000 gross sq. ft.
II It is the Madison County Community Hospital Board's intention to employ
the Construction Firm at Risk to provide overall Project Construction Man-
agement. In addition Cost Benefit Studies and Information Management as
required by and for Architect, Owner and USDA.
The Construction of Scope of Work and overall
Project Management during the Construction process shall be
on a cost plus a fee basis, with a guaranteed not to exceed m a x i m u m
price. The project shall be financed through the USDA-Rural
Development Office.
III. PROPOSAL INSTRUCTIONS AND GENERAL INFORMATION
Proposal Submissions: Submit eight (8) copies of a written proposal no lat-
er than:
Tuesday, May 3, 2011 @4:00 PM.
to
Mr. David Abercrombie
Madison County Community Hospital
309 NE Marion
Madison, Florida 32340
Proposals must be responsive to the requirements and questions of the Request for
Proposal.
Reservations: Madison County Community Hospital Board reserves the right to
reject any and all proposals, to negotiate changes in the new scope of work or ser-
vices to be provided, and to otherwise waive any technicalities or informalities.
Method of Selection: Proposals will be reviewed by the Madison County Com-
munity Hospital Board's designee and a ranking of firms will be recommended to
the Board. Upon acceptance of the recommendation, presentations may be enter-
tained or a selection made from the submittal process. This will be at the Board's
discretion.
Please respond by including but not limiting your response to the following:
1. Company name and length of time in business.
2. Company location.
3. Availability of time to start and complete project within Owner's re-
quirements should construction start in 2011.
4. Insurance carrier and applicable coverage.
5. Name of Bond Company with appropriate letter from Bonding Agent
to support capability of bonding this project.
6. Qualifications of staff to be utilized on this project with names, re-
sumes, length of time with firm and previous clients served.
7. Your specific experience with Critical Access Hospitals or small rur-
al hospitals.
8. Names of five (5) previous hospital clients with phone numbers and
contact person.
9. Description of previous experience, to include budget, time schedule,
change orders, final cost, etc.
10. Your position and experience with liquidated damages.
11. Your experience with Bond financed projects
A pre-proposal conference will be held for the CM's only on Wednesday, April 20,
2011@2:00 PM at the County Extension Office @184 NW College Loop, Madi-
son, Florida.
Request for information shall be in . ... ,,. No calls or visits to Madison Coun-
ty Community Hospital Board. Refer all request to Clemons, Rutherford & As-
sociates, Inc., Attention: Lee Ann Mullis. All requests will be responded in
writing to all interested firms.
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Madison Down XHome Days

Foreword I .


By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Thousands of people enjoyed the
Madison Down Home Days Festival
held Friday, April 15, through
Saturday, April 16, in beautiful down-
town Madison.
On Friday, April 15, a flower show
was held; the dog contest was held;
Becky's Dance Steps Studios put on
their annual showcase; there was a
dessert bakeoff. The Beautiful Baby
contest winners were announced and
the Citizen of the Year was
announced with Juan Botino receiv-
ing this year's top honors.
The next morning, the annual
parade was a highlight, as Juan
Botino served as Grand Marshal. A


number of activities, including a
Diaper Derby, a Frog Hop, and a 5K
run were held. There were also lots
of arts and crafts and food booths, as
well as the Marine Band and other
talent to keep everyone entertained.
The Professional Cowboy
Association also held a rodeo, which
was sponsored by Tobacco Free
Florida. A number of local cowboys
and cowgirls participated in the rodeo
and were able to show their home
crowd their roping, riding and barrel
racing skills on Friday and Saturday
evenings.
Everyone who attended Down
Home Days seemed to go away
pleased and smiling and waiting for
next year's event.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, April 16, 2011
The Madison County Community Bank Down Home Days float bears the
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NFCC ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF


COLIN P. KELLY FITNESS RUN


Submitted by NFCC College
Advancement
North Florida Community
College is pleased to announce the
2011 Colin P Kelly Fitness Run win-
ners. A total of 95 participants
entered the event which took run-
ners through the beautiful and sce-
nic NFCC campus. A total of 18 run-
ners ages four to 16 participated in
the 1-Mile Fun Run, with Cody
Smith of Madison Florida taking the
lead to first. NFCC student James
Holben of Madison Florida came in
first with 76 other runners following
him in the 5K Race. Fitness Run win-
ners are:

1-Mile Fun Run Winners:
Girls :
1st Claire Maultsby (Madison)
2nd Mckenzie Brewer (Madison)
3rd Riley Smith and Erin Barrs
(Madison)

Boys:
1st Cody Smith (Madison)
2nd Emery Wilkerson (Madison)
3rd Lance Thigpen (Madison)

5K Winners:
Women (Overall):
1st Cathy Rogers (Madison)
2nd Tiffany Hammock (Leon)
3rd Connie Clark (Madison)

Women (20 & Under):
1st Erin Jarvis (Madison)
2nd Kristen Parks and
Alexis Sowell
(Madison)
3rd Taylor Pool (Leon)

Women (21 to 39):
1st Alicia Waller (Columbia)
2nd Chadra Smith (Madison)
3rd Michelle Stout (Madison)

Women (40 and over)
1st Toni Pool (Leon)
2nd Diane Payne (Madison)
3rd Jo Ragans (Madison)


Men (Overall):
1st James Holben (Madison)
2nd Billy Yonce (Madison)
3rd Wade Harris
(Lexington Park, MD)

Men (20 & Under):
1st Carter Harris
(Lexington Park, MD)
2nd Michael McCamman
(Madison)
3rd Juan Martinez (Madison)

Men (21 & 39):
1st James Johnson (Madison)
2nd Willie Gamalero (Madison)
3rd Matthew Allen (Madison)

Men (40 and over):
1st Freddy Vasquez (Madison)
2nd Jeff Brewer (Madison)
3rd Jim Brookhouser (Lowndes)

The NFCC chapter of AFC spon-
sored the 2011 Colin P Kelly Fitness
Run to raise funds for its Book
Scholarship Program which helps
provide textbooks to NFCC students.
The run was held in conjunction
with the Madison County Down
Home Days.


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Photo submitted
The 2011 5K and 1-Mile Runners are seen before the race.


The 1-Mile Runners get ready to run.
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Photo submitted


Photo submitted
NFCC students Spence Holben
(left) and Billy Yonce(right). Holben
finished first with Yonce falling close
behind.


Photo submitted


The 2011 Fitness Fun Run winners for 1-mile and 5K race.


Friday, April 22, 2011


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By Kristin Finney
Greene Publishing Inc.
Get ready...get set...hop! Contestants at this
years' Down Home Days Frog Hop faced a tough
competition to see which of their amphibious
friends could hop the farthest. This year, Allie
Wilkerson, along with her hopping friend
Snuggly, took home Grand Champion. Snuggly's
winning jump measured 2.60'.
Those competing in the championship are
required to bring their own frog and place it on
the mat. Each frog is given one chance to hop; the
frog that hops the farthest will be named the win-
ner in that category Then, each categories' win-
ner will have a final hop off to determine the
Grand Champion. There are three categories:
Children, Junior, and Senior Divisions.
The top three winners of each division were:
Children's Division (Toddler-K4): First
Place was Micah Newman, with frog "Willie,"
hopping a total distance of 2.48'. Second Place
was Scott Williams, with frog "Big Daddy Frog,"
hopping 2.05'. Third Place was Lane Keeling, with
frog "Towel Whiffle," hopping 1.83'.
Junior Division: First Place was Allie
Wilkerson, with frog "Snuggly," hopping a total
distance of 2.34'. Second Place was Emma Grace
Newman, with frog "Willy," hopping 2.25'. Third
Place was Tyler Platt, with frog "Razor," hopping
2.16'.
Senior Division: First Place was Andrew
Strom, with frog "Frog I," hopping a total dis-
tance of 3.15'. Second Place was Samuel Harris,
with frog "Frog-a-tater," hopping 2.55'. Third
Place was Will Wilson, with frog "Bull's Eye,"
hopping 2.26'.
In the final round of competition Micah
Newman, Allie Wilkerson and Andrew Strom had
a hop off to determine the Grand Champion. Allie
Wilkerson and her frog "Snuggly" took home top
honors with a astounding jump measuring 2.60'.
Tim Sanders and The Madison Veterinary
Clinic sponsored the Frog Hop Contest.


Photo courtesy of Action Photos
Grand Champion Allie Wilkerson is seen with the team from Madison Veterinary Clinic and Tim
Sanders. In the back, from left to right, are Tim Sanders, Sarah Sanders, John Lewis, Ted Sanders and
George Wheeler.


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Friday, April 22, 2011


Down Home Days


Madison Enterprise-Recorder * 5B


Dessert Bake-Off Winners Show Off

Their Sweet Treats


Madison...

We Salute You!


By Kristin Finney
Greene Publishing, Inc.
This years' dessert bake-off was
chock full of the most delicious
treats in Madison. Contests were
separated into three categories: jun-
ior division, under 16 years old, ama-
teur division and the professional
division. Contestants could submit
one entry and that entry would be
judged for deliciousness and overall
appearance.
The winners of the junior divi-
sion were: Samantha Hentges with
her peanut butter cookies came in
first. Ethan Marquardt won second
place with his gooey butter cake.
The winners for the amateur
division were: Judy McClain with
her chocolate covered oreo cake who
came in first. Rebecca Myers came
in second place with her peanut bet-
ter cake. Crystal Bochnia came in
third place with her classic sour
cream cheesecake.
The winners of the professional
division were: In first place was
Ashley Wetmore with her humming-


Photo submitted
Tom Cisco was the overall Edible
Elegance Grand Prize winner
bird cake. Ruth Wetmore came in
second place with her chocolate
coconut cake.
Tom Cisco was the overall Edible
Elegance Grand Prize winner. Cisco
made a beautiful and delicious old
fashioned cream pie.
Congratulations to all of the
winners and their delicious cre-
ations!


Congratulations to Madison's
Miss Essence Winners!
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Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by
Emerald Greene, April 16, 2011
Demesia McCray
smiles and waves dur-
ing the Down Home
Days Parade.


At Nestle Waters, we value the
neighbors and friendships we've made
in Madison over the last six years.
We appreciate your support and look
forward to sharing many years together.
Thank you, Madison!


Greene Publishing,
Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene,
April 16, 2011
The Marine Corps
band led the Down
Home Days Parade,
thrilling the crowd
with their music.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by
Emerald Greene, April 16, 2011
Jessica Williams
was all smiles as Miss
Essence.


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Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by
Emerald Greene, April 16, 2011
Keshauna Johnson
looked regal as Pre-
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Madison

on the

Down Home Days

Celebration


By Kristin Finney
Greene Publishing, Inc.
This year at the
22nd annual Street
Dance, Becky Rob-
inson's lovely dancers
shone like the stars that
they are.
The show began
Friday at 6:00 p.m. as a
kick-off for the Down
Home Days celebra-
tions. The dancers per-
formed several num-
bers to give the audi-
ence a taste of what the
recital will bring.
Each year, Becky
and her students pre-
pare for their recital by
performing at the Street
Dance, as well as Relay
for Life. The Street
Dance performance
this year was a major
success. And has surely
gotten the citizens of
Madison ready for a
spectacular recital.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene April 15, 2011
Savanna Edwards dances to the hit, "Car
Wash."


Join Us In Perry
October 22, 2011
Florida Forest Festival


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Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene April 15, 2011
Performing a kickline to "Medley from Sugar Babies" the broadway musi-
cal, are Cheltsie Kinsley, April Bishop, Elainie Jarvis and Brigitte Blanton.


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Friday, April 22, 2011


Down Home Days


Madison Enterprise-Recorder * 7B


Becky's Dance Step Studios....


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene April 15, 2011
Dancing to "Car Wash" from left to right are Aracely Blesy, Reese
Rutherford, Gracie Galbraith, Aubrey Day, Desirea Alexander, Beyonce
Pullens and Ansley English. Inside the car, from left to right, are Brittany
Edwards and Stephanie English.

Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene
April 15, 2011
Merridy Archambault (front)
and Mackenzie Meyer (back) l
dance to the ballet number,
"Getting to Know You."


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Greene April 15, 2011
Jaidyn Wesley dances to
the classic "Body Rock."


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Friday, April 22, 2011


Down Home Days


Madison Enterprise-Recorder * 9B


Larry Hammock And Olivia Take Home Top Prize In Dog Show


By Kristin Finney
Greene Publishing, Inc.
All of the competitors in this
year's Down Home Days Dog Show
faced extreme competition and even
more extreme fun. There were 17 con-
testants in this year's show, ranging
in size, color and breed. Categories
included small, medium and large.
There were 11 small breed dogs,
three medium breed dogs, and three
large breed dogs. The winnings K-9's
for the competition were judged on
both presentation and skills.
In the small breed category, Larry
Hammock and his companion Olivia
took home first, Roy Ellis and his
furry friend Cookie took home sec-
ond and Cindy Coody with her pre-
cious Emily took home third.
The medium breed winners were:
Becky Lauth, with Gunner, taking
home first place; Cheryl
Abercrombie, with Connie, took
home second place and Crystal
Bochnia, with Brandy, took home
third place.
The winners for the large breed
category were: Christina Brooks and
Parker, of Lake Park of Madison, tak-
ing home first; Larry Martin, with
Misty, taking home second place; and


third place was taken home by Mary
Francis Maulden who had a kind
enough heart to show a stray dog,
nicknamed Homer.
The best overall winners were
Larry Hammock (Olivia), Becky
Lauth (Gunner) and Christina
Brooks (Parker),
Sponsors of this years show were
Christy Killingsworth and Sheila
Martin from the grooming center at
Madison Veterinary Clinic.






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Greene Publishing photo by Brooke Kinsey, April 14, 2011
Winners of the Small Breed were (left to right) Larry Hammock and Olivia,
first place small breed and first place best overall; Roy Ellis and Cookie, sec-
ond place; and Cindy Coody and Emily, third place.


Greene Publishing photo by Brooke Kinsey, April 14,
2011
Sponsors of the Dog Show were
Sheila Martin (right) and Christy
Killingsworth (left). Both are mem-
bers of the grooming team at
Madison Veterinary Clinic.


Greene Publishing photo by Brooke Kinsey, April 14, 2011
Winners of the Large Breed were (left to right): Christina Brooks and
Parker, of Lake Park of Madison, first place in Large Breed and third place
overall; Larry Martin and Misty, second place; Mary Francis Maulden and her
stray dog, nicknamed Homer, took home third.


Greene Publishing photo by
Brooke Kinsey, April 14, 2011
Winners of the
Medium Breed were
(left to right) Becky
Lauth and Gunner,
first place in Medium
Breed and second
place overall; Cheryl
Abercrombie and
Connie, second place;
and Crystal Bochnia
and Brandy, third
place.


Lake Park of


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850-973-8277

We are proud of our dog, Parker,
who won the Large Dog Breed
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Down Home Days


Friday, April 22, 2011


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene, April 16, 2011
Madison County School Board members and the Superintendent were
riding in the Down Home Days parade. Clockwise, from left: Bart Alford
(School Board Member, District 5), Kenny Hall (School Board Member,
District 2), Lou Miller (Madison County School Superintendent) and Tina
Johnson (School Board Member, District 1).










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Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene,
April 16, 2011
Taryn Copeland was beautiful as
Miss Madison County.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene,
April 16, 2011
Junior Miss Madison, Kaylee
Groover, flashes a pretty smile in
the Down Home Days Parade.


Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo by Emerald Greene,
April 16, 2011
Courtney Strickland looked
splendid as Madison County's Teen
Miss.


Layla June Peavey was happy to
be Tiny Miss Madison.


Congratulations to Madison's



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Down Home Days


Friday, April 22, 2011


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WAIVER: In consideration of your acceptance of my entry as a participant in the Relay For L i fe 5K, & 1 Miler, I, the undersigned, for myself, my heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, waive and release any and all claims for damages, for death, personal injury or loss of prop erty against Madison County Relay for L i fe, its officers and directors, members or representatives and all volunteers and others promoting or assisting in anyway the promotion or organization of The Relay For L i fe 5K & 1 Miler, which may arise from m y par t icipation in the these races on Apri l 3 0, 2011, or while traveling to or from the event, even if caused in part by the negligence or negligent actions or other fault of the parties or persons I am hereby releasing by the dangerous or defective condition o f any property or equipment owned, maintained or controlled by them and/or because of the liability without fault. My participation is voluntary and done at my own risk. I understand that running a road race is a potentially hazardous activity and that I s hould not enter unless I am medically able and properly trained. I attest that I am physically fit and sufficiently trained for the competition of this event. I fully understand I am forever giving up in advance any right to sue or make claims against the parties I am releasing if I suffer injuries and damages even though I do not know to what extent those injuries and damages might be and am voluntarily assuming the risk of such injuries and damages. I will assume my own medical and emergency expenses in t he event of an accident or other incapacity or injury resulting from or occurring in my participation. 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