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The Madison enterprise-recorder

Material Information

Title:
The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title:
Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title:
Enterprise-recorder
Place of Publication:
Madison, FL
Publisher:
Greene Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher
Creation Date:
May 31, 2013
Publication Date:
Language:
English

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates:
30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note:
Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding:
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Greene Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
Resource Identifier:
33284795 ( OCLC )
sn 95047180 ( LCCN )

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President Obama refuses to refer to ISIL, Al Qaeda, Hamas, Hezbollah, the Quds Force, and others as Islamic terrorists. He tends to mischaracterize the attacks by the radical Islamic terrorists on Christians, Jews and other non-Muslims, and he seems hesitant to vigorously take the “ght to the terrorists. Why is that? Our President referred to the attack on a Paris Jewish deli saying "attackers randomly shot a bunch of folks in a deli in Paris." In fact the victims were sought out, shot and killed because they were Jews. In response to the beheading of the 21 Coptic Christians the White House said they were "Egyptian citizens", and then stated ISIL attacks are "unconstrained by faith, sect or ethnicity." This rhetoric seems to be designed to downplay the seriousness of Islamic terrorist attacks and avoid offending Muslims. The Obama administration talks about creating economic opportunities and jobs in the Islamic world as a cure for Islamic extremism. How can this work when radical Islamic ideology states Islam is the only true religion and non-Muslims have to convert, or pay tribute, or be killed? The world is at war with the scourge of radical Islamic terrorism. Donald A. Moskowitz Before President Dwight D. Eisenhowers militaryŽ interstate highway system, of 1955, there were a few highways, created out of dirt that cobbled and tied together our nation. What comes to mind immediately, perhaps, is the fabled Route 66.Ž Another wellknown system would be the Lincoln Highway.Ž But, are you aware of the Dixie Highway? It actually ran through Madison, and is now commonly known as Highway 90. When Fords Model T began populating roads in the early 1900s, there was no Department of Transportation on either the state or federal level. People up north, such as Paul Fisher, of Indianapolis, Indiana, wanted to get to Florida, but it was almost impossible to drive it with dirt roads the whole way. Most people couldnt afford to go by train or aircraft. So on April 2, 1915, a project long dreamed of by Paul Fisher, a promoter and industrialist, along with Southern Governors, gathered in Chattanooga, Tenn., to “gure out how to create a paved route to Florida. (April 3, 1915, New York Times, p. 7) They came up with the ambitious idea of having each community along the route pay for the paving for their own section. Most of them were eager to do it, because they hoped to spur tourism. But some couldnt afford it, so there would be unpaved sections along the way, even years later. There was also a wide lack of uniformity in how the road was paved. Some communities just sprayed down tar, some used concrete and some just used gravel. In some places the road was two lanes and in others it was just one. Most communities used prison labor or county jail inmates. It was a vast experiment in the best methods for paving a road. Each locale also created their own signage, which is why you never see these left over signs at thrift stores, once the roadŽ was decommissioned. The roadwork was done over the next 10 years or so, and the end result had a major impact. Florida The Atlanta Constitution for April 15, 1915, had Floridas governor, Park Trammel, appoint commissioners to get the route authorized and executed by the local communities. From Tallahassee, there was G. W. Saxton, and from Miami, there was S. A. Belcher. They enlisted the Chambers of Commerces, along the designated route. Money could be made, motel lodgings, restaurants, gas stations, map makers, car and truck dealerships, repair shops and the list for commercial bene“t goes on. Now, the average person could afford to get to sunny Florida. With the speed of the cars, and the condition of the roads, cars could make the trip from Chicago to Miami in about ten days. And the South was changed. The Dixie Highway brought the prosperous Midwestern and Northeastern people into the depressed South. Its the biggest secret there is," Ed Jackson says. Most history books dont even mention the Dixie Highway.Ž Jackson, over the past ten years, has researched and written a detailed history of the road for the Georgia Historical Society. The Atlanta Constitution of July 20, 2014, says that next year, a gathering is being planned in Dalton, in north Georgia, to try to get communities to promote the Dixie Highway the way that Route 66 communities have done. VIEWPOINTS2 » Friday, March 13, 2015 » madison enterprise-recorderThought for the dayTo live a pure unsel“sh life, one must count nothing as one's own in the midst of abundance. BuddhaDid you knowBald eagles are extremely dedicated parents. Liberty and Freedom become famous when the Pennsylvania Game Commission released a video of them protecting their eggs, despite the snow piling on their backs. They will take turns warming their eggs for about 35 days no matter how bad the weather gets.SubmissionsThe Madison Enterprise-Recorder accepts photographs and caption information to run at the discretion of the editor. If you would like to see your organization in the newspaper, send the picture and information to Hunter Greene at news@greenepublishing.com. Conservative CornerDixie HighwayMadison County Extension ServiceAdopt new eating habitsLetter to the EditorWorld is at WarMarch is National Nutrition, a time to look at the foods you are eating and make changes for a healthful diet. Bite Into A Healthy LifestyleŽ is the theme, encouraging Americans to choose the foods they enjoy, eat in moderation and be physically active. This follows the Dietary Guidelines for Americans which focuses on three key messages: balance calories, increase some food and decrease the consumption of others. Lets look at these recommendations in detail to get the whole picture. The “rst key message is to balance your calorie intake. Eat the foods you like, but think about portion size and eat smaller servings. I sometimes will ask a person who has successfully dropped a few pounds and kept it off, how they accomplished the weight loss. The common answer is, I just eat less.Ž Sometimes all it takes is being aware of what you eat and pay attention to portion size. When trying to balance calories, the other half of the equation is to increase physical activity. Get out of the chair and move; take walks, do yard work, wash and wax your car. All activity counts; so get moving. The second key message is to increase your intake of fruits, vegetables, whole grains and low-fat dairy foods. A tall order, but you ask, increase foods? Really? Yes, because the average American diet is low in fruit, vegetables, whole grains and dairy foods and they are rich in nutrients while being lower in calories. Add a few more fruits and vegetables throughout the day. At each meal, “ll half your plate with fruits and vegetables. For breakfast, add orange juice or fresh fruit that is in season. At lunch, add vegetables to your sandwich or crunch on vegetable slices instead of potato chips. For dinner, serve a salad with a variety of chopped vegetables or cook seasonal vegetables. If you are tired at the end of the day and dont feel like cooking, use your microwave, it cooks food quickly. Eat fruit for snacks or serve them for a low calorie dessert. Make half of your grains whole grain foods. Read the ingredient list on the package and look for the words whole grain.Ž Dont be fooled by terms like wheat bread or wheat ”our, they are often re“ned and lack the health bene“ts of whole grain foods. Milk, and foods made from milk, provide most of the calcium in our diets, a nutrient needed for strong bones and teeth. We never outgrow our need for milk because calcium ”ows in and out of our bones requiring a good intake of calcium for bone health. Look for low-fat versions of milk foods to eliminate saturated fats in your diet. Refuse to drink fat free milk? Start by changing to two percent milk for several months, than switch to one percent; youll be cutting back on the total fat. Most varieties of cheese have a reduced fat version, some may be labeled made with two percent milk.Ž The third key message is to decrease your intake of sugar, sodium and saturated fats. Sugar provides empty calories to our diet. Added sugar includes high fructose corn syrup, white and brown sugar, corn syrup, honey molasses and dextrose to name a few. Can you guess the biggest source of added sugar? Soda, energy and sports drinks provide the most sugar, followed by grain-based desserts, sugar-sweetened fruit drinks, dessert and then candy. Eat these foods less often and when you are thirsty, drink water. Sodium is an essential nutrient, but we get too much of it. According to the USDA dietary guidelines there is strong evidence demonstrating in adults that blood pressure decreases when sodium decreases. Sources of sodium are salt, but also cured meat and ready to purchase baked goods. Seasoning foods with herbs and spices give ”avor without increasing sodium in the diet. Saturated fats are solid at room temperature and found in animal sources of food. These fats are known increasing cholesterol in the body. To help reduce saturated fats, trim visible fat from meat and poultry, choose low fat milk foods and eliminate the use of solid cooking fats. Adopt a few changes and youll see big results in the way you feel. We have a great handout, Lets Eat for the Health of It,Ž call or stop by the Madison County Extension of“ce for a copy. The University of Florida IFAS/Extension is an Equal Opportunity Institution.Savvy SeniorEssential legal documents all seniors should haveDear Savvy Senior, What kinds of legal documents are suggested for end-of-life plans? I would like to get my affairs in order before its too late. Getting Old Dear Getting, Every adult … especially seniors … should have at least four essential legal documents to protect them and their family. These documents will make sure your wishes regarding your estate are legal and clear, and will help minimize any con”icts and confusion with your family and your health care providers if you become seriously ill or when you die. Here are the key documents you need, along with some tips to help you create them. A Will: This document lets you spell out your wishes of how youd like your property and assets distributed after you die, whether its to family, friends or a charity. It also allows you to designate an executor to ensure your wishes are carried out, and allows you to name guardians if you have minor or dependent children. In addition to a will, if you own real estate or have considerable assets, another option you may want to consider is a revocable living trust.Ž This functions like a will but allows your estate to avoid the time and expense of probate (the public legal process that examines your estate after you die) and helps ensure your estates privacy. Durable Power of Attorney: This allows you to designate someone you trust to make “nancial, tax and legal decisions on your behalf if you lose your decision-making capacity. Advanced Health Care Directive: This includes two documents that spell out your wishes regarding your end-oflife medical treatment. The two documents are a living willŽ which tells your doctor what kind of care you want to receive if you become incapacitated, and a health care power of attorneyŽ which names a person you authorize to make medical decisions on your behalf if you become unable to. Do-It-Yourself If you have a simple estate and an uncomplicated family situation, there are several good do-it-yourself guides that can help you create all these documents for very little money. For creating a will, a top resource is the Quicken WillMaker Plus 2015 software (available at nolo.com ) that costs $50, works with Windows personal computers and is valid in every state except Louisiana. If you use a Mac, nolo.com offers an online will maker for $35. Or, if you only need to create an advance directive you can do it for free at caringinfo.org (or call 800-658-8898), where you can get state-speci“c forms with instructions. Or for only $5, an even better tool is the Five Wishes document ( agingwithdignity.org , 888-594-7437), which is valid in 42 states and will help you create a customized advance directive. Get Help If, however, you want or need assistance or if you have a complicated “nancial situation, blended family or have considerable assets, you should hire an attorney. An experienced lawyer can make sure you cover all your bases … especially when writing a will or living trust … which can help avoid family confusion and squabbles after youre gone. Costs will vary depending on where you reside, but you can expect to pay somewhere between $200 and $1,000 for a will, or $1,200 to $5,000 for a living trust. The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel ( actec.org ) and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys ( naela.org ) websites are good resources that have directories to help you “nd someone in your area. If money is tight, check with your states bar association (see “ndlegalhelp.org ) to “nd low-cost legal help in your area. Or call the Eldercare Locater at 800-677-1116 for a referral. NELSONA. PRYORGuest Columnist DIANNDOUGLAS

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C / : 7 B G 4 = @ A C @ 4 / 1 3 2 7 A 1 6 / @ 5 3 b b B 6 3 G ; 3 @ 3 : G 2 7 : C B 3 B 6 3 1 6 3 ; 7 1 / : A @ / B 6 3 @ B 6 / < @ 3 ; = D 3 B 6 3 ; t 7 A > = A / : = 4 B = F 7 1 E / A B 3 b E / B 3 @ 7 < 2 3 3 > C < 2 3 @ 5 @ = C < 2 7 < 8 3 1 B 7 = < E 3 : : A 7 A 1 = ; ; = < b : G > @ / 1 B 7 1 3 2 / 4 B 3 @ 4 @ / 1 9 7 < 5 t 7 A > = A / : E 3 : : A / @ 3 2 3 3 > 1 = < 1 @ 3 B 3 B C 0 3 A B 6 / B 3 F B 3 < 2 2 3 3 > 7 < B = B 6 3 / @ B 6 / < 2 / : b : = E B 6 3 E / B 3 @ B = L = E 7 < B = B 6 3 @ = 1 9 b b B 6 3 @ 3 7 A < = 0 = B b B = ; t ( 6 3 E / A B 3 A 3 3 > A = C B / < 2 ; 7 5 @ / B 3 A 7 < B = / ? C 7 4 3 @ A t $ < 1 3 B 6 3 B = F 7 1 1 6 3 ; 7 1 / : A A 3 3 > 7 < B = 5 @ = C < 2 E / B 3 @ D 7 B / : 2 @ 7 < 9 7 < 5 E / B 3 @ 1 / < 0 3 1 = < b B / ; 7 < / B 3 2 E 7 B 6 7 @ @ 3 > / @ / 0 : 3 1 = < A 3 ? C 3 < 1 3 A t " @ A t 7 1 9 3 @ B > @ 3 A 3 < B 3 2 B 6 3 0 = / @ 2 = 4 1 = ; ; 7 A A 7 = < 3 @ A E 7 B 6 / @ 3 A = : C B 7 = < = 4 / 5 @ 3 3 b ; 3 < B 4 = @ B 6 3 0 / < < 7 < 5 = 4 4 @ / 1 9 7 < 5 7 < : = @ 7 2 / t " / < G E = @ @ G / 0 = C B E 6 / B ; 7 5 6 B 6 / > > 3 < 7 4 4 @ / 1 9 7 < 5 3 < A C 3 2 7 < = C @ > @ 3 1 7 = C A E / B 3 @ A B / B 3 b b / A B / B 3 E 6 7 1 6 6 / A 0 3 3 < 2 3 b K < 3 2 / A < / B C @ / : : G > = @ = C A t 4 4 @ / 1 9 7 < 5 E 3 @ 3 B = = 1 1 C @ 7 < : = @ 7 2 / ; / < G A > 3 1 C : / B 3 B 6 3 4 C B C @ 3 = 4 B 6 3 A C < A 6 7 < 3 A B / B 3 I A @ 7 D 3 @ A A > @ 7 < 5 A / < 2 < / B C @ / : E / B 3 @ @ 3 A = C @ 1 3 A E = C : 2 0 3 1 = < B / ; 7 < / B 3 2 > 3 @ b ; / < 3 < B : G t ( 6 3 " / 2 7 A = < = / @ 2 = 4 = C < B G = ; ; 7 A b A 7 = < 3 @ A D = B 3 2 C < / < 7 ; = C A : G B = / 2 = > B B 6 3 @ 3 A = : C B 7 = < / < 2 < = E 8 = 7 < A E 7 B 6 1 = C < B 7 3 A A C 1 6 / A : / 1 6 C / " 7 / ; 7 b / 2 3 / < 2 7 < B 6 3 : / A B E 3 3 9 ! 3 = < E 6 = / @ 3 / 5 / 7 < A B 4 @ / 1 9 7 < 5 7 < : = @ 7 2 / t " @ A t 7 1 9 3 @ B / 1 6 / ; > 7 = < = 4 B 6 3 / < B 7 b 4 @ / 1 9 7 < 5 ; = D 3 ; 3 < B 1 / @ @ 7 3 2 B 6 3 A 7 5 < 3 2 @ 3 A = : C b B 7 = < B = : = @ 7 2 / I A 1 / > 7 B / : B 6 3 A / ; 3 2 / G t ; = < C ; 3 < B B = 0 3 > : / 1 3 2 7 < B 6 3 = C @ @ 3 3 2 = ; A % / @ 9 t ( 6 3 ; = < C ; 3 < B E 7 : : 0 3 r n 7 < 1 6 3 A E 7 2 3 / < 2 n 7 < 1 6 3 A 6 7 5 6 t ( 6 3 ; = < C ; 3 < B E 7 : : A / G / D 7 2 C 9 3 A J ( 6 3 * = 7 1 3 N < 6 = < = @ = 4 = C @ 6 = ; 3 B = E < 6 3 @ = 4 = @ 6 7 A 2 3 2 b 7 1 / B 7 = < t ' B / @ B 7 < 5 / B / 5 3 C 5 C A B r B = B 6 3 1 / C A 3 = 4 8 C A B 7 1 3 4 @ 3 3 2 = ; 3 ? C / : 7 b B G A C > > = @ B 7 < 5 6 C ; / < @ 7 5 6 B A / < 2 : 3 / 2 7 < 5 B 6 3 1 7 D 7 : @ 7 5 6 B A ; = D 3 ; 3 < B 7 < " / 2 7 A = < = C < B G : = @ 7 2 / t + 3 : : < 3 D b 3 @ B C @ < 0 / 1 9 t ( 6 3 1 = ; ; 7 A A 7 = < 3 @ A / > b > @ = D 3 2 / 1 = : : / 0 = @ / B 7 = < / 5 @ 3 3 ; 3 < B 0 3 B E 3 3 < B 6 3 " / 2 7 A = < % = : 7 1 3 3 > / @ B b ; 3 < B / < 2 B 6 3 & 3 4 C 5 3 = C A 3 t & 3 4 C 5 3 = C A 3 > @ = b D 7 2 3 A / A A 7 A B / < 1 3 B = A 3 F C / : / A A / C : B / < 2 2 = ; 3 A B 7 1 D 7 = b : 3 < 1 3 D 7 1 B 7 ; A t < B 6 3 / 5 @ 3 3 b ; 3 < B B 6 3 " / 2 7 A = < % = : 7 1 3 3 > / @ B ; 3 < B / 5 @ 3 3 A B = > @ = b D 7 2 3 D 7 1 B 7 ; A E 7 B 6 @ 3 4 3 @ @ / : 7 < 4 = @ ; / B 7 = < 4 = @ & 3 4 C 5 3 = C A 3 2 7 A > : / G 0 @ = 1 6 C @ 3 A 7 < B 6 3 = 4 K 1 3 / < 2 / B B 3 < 2 B @ / 7 < b 7 < 5 t ( 6 3 1 = ; ; 7 A A 7 = < 3 @ / > b > @ = D 3 2 / 1 = D 3 @ 3 2 2 3 1 9 B 6 / B B 6 3 " / 2 7 A = < ! 7 = < A : C 0 E = C : 2 : 7 9 3 B = 0 C 7 : 2 = < B 6 3 E 3 A B A 7 2 3 = 4 ! / 9 3 @ / < 1 3 A t ( 6 3 ! 7 = < A E 7 : : 2 = B 6 3 4 C < 2 @ / 7 A 7 < 5 B = > / G 4 = @ B 6 3 A B @ C 1 B C @ 3 / < 2 B 6 3 7 B G = 4 " / 2 7 A = < E 7 : : @ 3 ? C 3 A B / < 7 < b ; / B 3 1 @ 3 E 4 @ = ; " / 2 7 A = < = @ @ 3 1 B 7 = < / : < A B 7 B C B 7 = < B = 0 C 7 : 2 B 6 3 A B @ C 1 B C @ 3 t ( 6 3 > @ = 8 3 1 B 7 A B = 0 3 / B < = 1 = A B B = B 6 3 1 7 B G t " / G = @ ( 6 = ; > A = < > : / 1 3 2 1 = < A 7 2 3 @ / B 7 = < = 4 / > = A A 7 0 : 3 < = 7 A 3 = @ 2 7 < / < 1 3 = < B 6 3 / 5 3 < 2 / / 4 B 3 @ A 6 3 @ 3 b 1 3 7 D 3 2 1 = ; > : / 7 < B A 4 = @ @ 3 A 7 b 2 3 < B A / 0 = C B : = C 2 ; C A 7 1 / < 2 ; C 4 L 3 @ A 7 < B 6 3 7 @ < 3 7 5 6 0 = @ b 6 = = 2 t ! 7 3 C B 3 < / < B / ; 3 A & = 3 0 C 1 9 7 < 4 = @ ; 3 2 B 6 3 > C 0 b : 7 1 B 6 / B ; = 2 7 K 3 2 ; C 4 L 3 @ A / @ 3 7 : : 3 5 / : / < 2 B 6 3 " / 2 7 A = < % = : 7 1 3 3 > / @ B ; 3 < B 1 / < 1 7 B 3 B 6 3 2 @ 7 D 3 @ 6 = E 3 D 3 @ / B B 6 7 A B 7 ; 3 B 6 3 = 4 K 1 3 @ 6 / A B = 0 3 B 6 3 @ 3 E 6 3 < B 6 3 7 < 1 7 2 3 < B = 1 b 1 C @ A t ( 6 3 : = @ 7 2 / ' C > @ 3 ; 3 = C @ B ' B / B C 3 r t r n B 6 / B / : : = E 3 2 = 4 K 1 3 @ A B = 1 7 B 3 2 @ 7 D 3 @ A 4 = @ 3 F 1 3 A A 7 D 3 : G : = C 2 ; C A 7 1 E / A 4 = C < 2 C < 1 = < A B 7 b B C B 7 = < / : / A 7 B 7 A / 4 = @ ; = 4 4 @ 3 3 2 = ; = 4 3 F > @ 3 A A 7 = < t ( 6 3 1 = ; ; 7 A A 7 = < 3 @ A 2 7 @ 3 1 B 3 2 7 B G B B = @ < 3 G ' 1 6 < 7 B 9 3 @ / < 2 7 B G " / < / 5 3 @ ( 7 ; 3 < < 3 B B B = > @ = > = A 3 = > B 7 = < A 1 = < 1 3 @ < 7 < 5 6 = E B = / 2 2 @ 3 A A < = 7 A 3 = @ 2 7 < / < 1 3 A / B / : / B 3 @ 2 / B 3 t D = B 3 B 6 / B ( 6 C @ ; / < 0 3 5 7 < B = B / 9 3 : 3 5 / : / 1 B 7 = < t ( 6 3 < 3 F B / < 2 : / A B : 7 < 3 7 B 3 ; E / A B = 2 7 A 1 C A A / < 2 > = A A 7 0 : G / > > @ = D 3 # = @ B 6 : = @ 7 2 / 6 7 : 2 3 D 3 : = > b ; 3 < B I A @ 3 ? C 3 A B 4 = @ / : 3 B B 3 @ = 4 A C > > = @ B t ( = E < : 3 @ 9 7 ; & 3 / ; A 7 < 4 = @ ; 3 2 B 6 3 1 = C < 1 7 : B 6 / B / A > / @ B = 4 B 6 3 5 @ / < B / > b > : 7 1 / B 7 = < > @ = 1 3 A A 4 = @ 5 = D b 3 @ < ; 3 < B 4 C < 2 7 < 5 B 6 3 # = @ B 6 : = @ 7 2 / 6 7 : 2 3 D 3 : = > ; 3 < B = C < 1 7 : E 7 A 6 3 2 B = 7 < 1 : C 2 3 / : 3 B B 3 @ = 4 A C > > = @ B 4 @ = ; B 6 3 ( = E < = 4 @ 3 3 < D 7 : : 3 D = C 1 6 b 7 < 5 B 6 3 7 @ B 6 3 # I A . 1 = < B 7 < C 3 2 A 3 @ D 7 1 3 7 A < 3 1 3 A b A / @ G / < 2 0 3 < 3 K 1 7 / : B = B 6 3 " / 2 7 A = < = C < B G / @ 3 / t ( 6 3 1 = C < 1 7 : C < / < 7 ; = C A : G > / A A 3 2 B 6 3 @ 3 ? 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March 13, 1953 A 1946 Pontiac car driven by Howard Louie Johnson, of Winter Garden, and a 1947 colored man sideswiped in passing on Highway 90 four miles east of Greenville, Monday night about 9 oclock and both cars were wrecked to the amount of $400 each. The men, alone in their cars, escaped injury. Friends of Mrs. A W Vann will rejoice to learn that her nephew, Capt. Jesse Vann Brieghner of York, Pa., has completed his “fty missions of combat service as a navigator with the United States Air Force in Korea, and has arrived safely at his home. March 12, 1954 T M Howerton, Jr., local consulting forester and building supplies dealer, has been elected president of the Association of organization, it was announced this Consulting Foresters, a national week. A spring inter-squad football game of the Madison High team will be played on Lanier Field Friday night March 12that 7:45 p.m. There will be a small admission charge. All need to come out to see this last play-off game. March 11, 1955 Mr. N C Gibson received a broken right arm between the wrist and elbow in an accident at his home Tuesday morning. He received treatment and application of cast at the local hospital. The accident happened when the tongue of a trailer struck his arm as he was getting the tractor-trailer out of the garage. Selmans, successor to Jake Wexlers Cut Rate Store, is opening a luncheonette department this week, and is advertising 5c coffee for one week. Plate lunches, short orders. Etc., will be featured. Free ice cream will be offered Friday afternoon from 3 to 6 oclock. COMMUNITY NEWS4 » Friday, March 13, 2015 » madison enterprise-recorderObituariesThank YouMyrtle B. Regan, 88, of Madison, passed away Sunday, March 8, at her home surrounded by her family in Cherry Lake. Myrtle was born October 27, 1926 in Caswell, N.C., to Jasper Henry Brandon and Nannie Brandon (Williams). Mrs. Regan was of the Methodist Faith and was a member of Cherry Lake Methodist Church in Cherry Lake. Myrtle and her late husband, Joe, were married December 25, 1946 and managed a textile mill in Rockingham, N.C. Later Myrtle worked at Cherry Lake Orchards for 20 years where she supervised the boxing and selling of peaches to the public. There she made many friends from all over Florida. Mrs. Regan is survived by her loving daughter, Jean Regan DeWitt (Philip), of Cherry Lake; one grandson, Joe DeWitt, of Cherry Lake; and two great-grandchildren: Timothy Joseph DeWitt and Elisa DeWitt, both of Cherry Lake. Mrs. Regan was preceded in death by her husband, Joe Regan; a grandson, Guy DeWitt; and great-grandson, Chad Lamar O'Quinn. Funeral services were held at Cherry Lake Methodist Church on Thursday, March 12, at 11 a.m., in Cherry Lake with Pastor Cherryl Register and Pastor John Peterson of“ciating. Interment will followed in Cherry Lake Methodist Cemetery in Madison. The family received friends from 5 to 7 p.m., on Wednesday, March 11, at Joe P. Burns Funeral Home of Madison, 323 SE Lakeshore Drive. All arrangements are under the care of Joe P. Burns Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to Cherry Lake United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 562, Greenville, Fl. 32331 or to an Alzheimer's Foundation of choice. You may send condolences to the family at www.joepburnsfuneralhomes.com . Mrs. Wanda Brown, age 88, died Wednesday, March 11 in the Lake Park Nursing Home, Madison. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m., on Friday, March 13, in the chapel of Beggs Funeral Home, Madison, with burial at Harmony Cemetery, Cherry Lake. The family received friends at her home, 127 NW Hawks Ave. Cherry Lake, on Thursday from 5-8 p.m. She was born in Hialeah, Florida and at age nine, she with her family moved to Cherry Lake. She worked for Metal Products, TG&Y, Food Lion and raised cattle. During the tobacco season, she was a U.S.D.A. inspector and graded tobacco here in Madison and followed it to North Carolina. She loved gardening, growing flowers and baking cakes. She was a longtime member of Harmony Baptist Church in Cherry Lake. She is survived by two sons: Walter Brown (Debbie), of OBrien and Edward Brown (Cindy), of Cherry Lake; one daughter, Margaret Ann Miller, of Willow Springs, Mo.; sister-in-law, Natalie Walker, of Cherry Lake; 13 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Walter Kenneth Brown; a son, William Leroy Brown; a great-granddaughter, Abby Renee Sevor; and a brother, T. L. Walker. Donations may be made to Big Bend Hospice, 1723 Mahan Center Blvd., Tallahassee, Fl. 32308. Beggs Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements (850) 973-2258. You may send your condolences to the family by visiting the website at www.beggsfuneral.com . March 2 Edrick Lamark Emanuel … Two violations of parole (circuit) and possession of synthetic marijuana. George Wallace Haynes … Violation of parole (circuit). Timothy Lorenzo McCray … Violation of parole (circuit). Sedrick Leon McIntyre … Violation of parole (county). Latoya Louise Edwards … Criminal registration. March 3 Travares Henry Santiago … Attempted felony murder. Landon Tyler Gill … Aggravated assault and criminal mischief $200 and under. March 4 Andy Dean Williams … Possession of firearm by convicted felon and carrying a concealed weapon. Rosavelt Barfield … Disorderly intoxication. Quinton Jamar Thompkins … Violation of parole. Lindsey Taylor Hoskins … Marijuana less than 20 grams and possession of drug equipment. March 5 Pamela Diane Barclay … Criminal registration. Antonio Deonte Choice … Criminal registration. March 6 Christian Felicia Hazzard … Possession of a controlled substance under 20 grams. Marcus Ondrell Ghent … Criminal registration. Terrence Eugene Wester … Fleeing and eluding, tampering with evidence, possession of marijuana less than 20 grams, resisting arrest without violence, possession of drug paraphernalia and driving while license suspended or revoked.Jail Report : March 2-6Myrtle B. Regan Wanda BrownWith heartfelt gratitude, we would like to say a special thank you to everyone who responded so kindly to us at the recent loss of our Mother, Eva Mae Diamond. Having been a lifetime resident of Madison, she had many friends and family members in Madison and surrounding areas. To all of you who brought food, prepared meals, sent ”owers or plants, we thank you. For the many cards, phone calls or visits, we appreciate your care and concern so much. If we have missed anyone or anything, please accept our apology. Please know that we were appreciative of every kindness shown during this dif“cult time, and these will not be forgotten on our hearts and minds. Thank you for your outpouring of love and support, and especially your many prayers on our behalf. God bless you each and every one. Sincerely, The Children of Eva Mae Diamond Way Back When Paul Kinsley of Cherry Lake and Emerald Greene Parsons of Madison, proudly announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter Cheltsie Elizabeth Kinsley to Marcus Walter Holbrook, son of Michelle Hall, of Waynesboro, Ga. Maternal grandparents of the bride are Mary Ellen Greene and the late Thomas Harvey TommyŽ Greene, Jr., of Madison. Paternal grandparents of the bride are Sue Ellen Kinsley and the late Maurice MoreyŽ Kinsley of Cherry Lake. Maternal grandparents of the groom are the late Clarence Walter and Norma Ruth Hall of Percy, Illinois. Paternal grandparents of the groom are the late John D. and Loraine Mae Holbrook of Greenville. The bride to be is a 2011 graduate of Aucilla Christian Academy and a 2013 graduate of North Florida Community College where she received her A.A. degree. She is now currently enrolled at Saint Leo University where she will be receiving her Bachelors degree in Business Administration in May of 2015. Cheltsie is currently employed at Greene Publishing, Inc ., where she is preparing to take over the publisher position from her mother. The groom to be is a 2008 graduate of Madison County High School and a 2009 graduate from the Police Public Safety Academy. He is currently employed with the Madison Police Department. Friends and family are welcome to attend the ceremony at the Madison Country Club on Saturday, March 21, 2015 starting at 4:30 p.m. A small, private invitation only reception will follow. Wedding Announcement Kinsley Holbrook To Unite In MarriageMarcus Holbrook and Cheltsie Kinsley Jay Culpepper, of Madison, Fl. and Kaitlynn Passmore, of Valdosta, Ga., are happy to announce their upcoming wedding. The bride-elect is the mother of Rigby Passmore and the daughter of Mandy and Harry Rowe and the late Ray Passmore, all of Valdosta, Ga. She is the granddaughter of Jack and Wanda Kent, Dorothy Passmore and the late Jerry Passmore. Kaitlynn is a graduate of Valdosta State University and is employed as the Community Relations Specialist at TriCounty Electric Cooperative. Jay is the son of Jack and Angela Culpepper, of Madison, Fl. He is the grandson of Eunice Culpepper and the late Jack Culpepper Senior and Helen Bland and the late Gerald Bland. Jay is a graduate of Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University and is employed by Hamilton County Schools where he teaches 7thgrade civics and coaches football. The wedding is planned for March 28, 2015 in Madison, Fl. Wedding Announcement Passmore Culpepper To Unite In MarriageJay Culpepper and Kaitlynn Passmore

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COMMUNITY NEWSmadison enterprise-recorder « Friday, March 13, 2015 «5 B u s i n e s s C a r d D i r e c t o r y Lions Club hosts Community Partnership Appreciation BanquetThe Madison Lions Club held a Community Partnership Appreciation Banquet on Thursday, March 5 at 6 p.m. The dinner of ham, meatloaf, baked potato, green beans, salad and dessert was catered by ONeals Restaurant. After a presentation on the history of Lions Club International and Madison Lions Club, President Tim Dunn presented Certi“cates of Appreciation to Wayne Diamond, Food Giant, Johnson & Johnson, Madison County Community Bank, Michael Kirkland, Madison Sporting Goods and Pawn, Studstill Lumber, City Commissioner Ina Thompson and the City of Madison. President Dunn also presented Greatest Appreciation Awards to Ken and Jackie Johnson and Madison County Community Bank. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, March 5, 2015President Tim Dunn (left) and Vice President Tom Moffses (right) presented a Certi“cate of Appreciation to Wayne Diamond. Michael Kirkland (center) accepted the award. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, March 5, 2015President Tim Dunn (left) and Vice President Tom Moffses (right) presented a Certi“cate of Appreciation to Food Giant with Manager Vince Almond (center) accepting the award. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, March 5, 2015President Tim Dunn (left) and Vice President Tom Moffses (right) presented a Certi“cate of Appreciation to Johnson and Johnson. David Johnson (center) accepted the award.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, March 5, 2015President Tim Dunn (left) and Vice President Tom Moffses (right) presented a Certi“cate of Appreciation to Madison County Community Bank. President Edward Meggs (center) accepted the award.Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, March 5, 2015President Tim Dunn (left) and Vice President Tom Moffses (right) presented a Certi“cate of Appreciation to Michael Kirkland (center).Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, March 5, 2015President Tim Dunn (left) and Vice President Tom Moffses (right) presented a Certi“cate of Appreciation to the City Commissioner Ina Thompson (center).Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, March 5, 2015President Tim Dunn (far left) and Vice President Tom Moffses (far right) presented a Certi“cate of Appreciation to the City of Madison. Accepting the award was Lieutenant James Roebuck (center, left), City Manager Tim Bennett (middle) and Madison Fire Rescue Chief Bruce Jordan (center, right).Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, March 5, 2015President Tim Dunn (left) and Vice President Tom Moffses (right) presented the Greatest Appreciation Award to Ken and Jackie Johnson with Robin Morgan, General Manager of Burger King of Madison (center) accepting the award. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, March 5, 2015President Tim Dunn (far left) and Vice President Tom Moffses (far right) presented the Greatest Appreciation Award to Madison County Community Bank with President Edward Meggs (center, left) and Don Ashley (center, right) accepting the award. JESSIER. BOXGreene Publishing, Inc.

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6 » Friday, March 13, 2015 » madison enterprise-recorder §§ Fine Linens Home Accessories Gifts Bridal Registry229.469.6231 € Valdosta 134 N. Patterson St. T U X E D O SGrooms FREE rentalP L U S$40 off each groomsman(restrictions apply)F R E E I N S T U D I OBRIDE MAKEOVER($25 dollar value) With $50 Cosmetic PurchaseSee our selection of Bridal Party gifts! Gifts can be engraved or monogrammed An inside look at Merle Norman Studio & GiftsLegendary actress and fashion icon, Audrey Hepburn, once said: I believe in manicures, I believe in overdressing, I believe in primping at leisure and wearing lipstick. I believe in pink. I believe happy girls are the prettiest girls. I believe that tomorrow is another day and I believe in miracles.Ž Her philosophy isn't far from that of Merle Norman Studio & Gifts owner, Susan Williams. To Susan, and many women throughout Madison County, being passionate about cosmetics and skin care is about far more than vanityif about vanity at all. Her mission statement is: To enrich the lives of women of all ages through emphasizing skin care “rst, and then color cosmetics, hereby producing a more wholesome self image and encouraging a desire to be the best a woman can be in her role as a wife, mom and friend.Ž Before Susan owned the current Madison Merle Norman franchise, she grew up visiting the cosmetic store and began wearing Merle Norman products at the age of 15. In fact, Merle Norman has managed to break generational barriersthe product has been around since it's debut in Los Angeles in 1931 and in Madison, according to Williams, at least 40 years. I've always had an interest in makeup and fashion,Ž said owner Susan Williams. My sister and I grew up using Merle Norman products-it's been a family tradition. When the old Merle Norman store was set to close, I just couldn't bare to see it go.Ž Grandmothers, mothers and daughters throughout Madison County have fallen in love with the cosmetic and skin care line because of its high quality. In fact, all Merle Norman products are made in America. Under Armour, Inc. CEO and founder, Kevin Plank, once said: Brand is not a product, that's for sure; it's not one item. It's an idea, it's a theory, it's a meaning, it's how you carry yourself. It's aspirational, it's inspirational.Ž The brand, Merle Norman, has been just that to so many women and girls throughout Madison County and the United States-a quality product that represents so much more than a tube of lipstick. For the blushing bride: Merle Norman Studio & Gifts could become, not only a beloved brand, but play an intrical part in planning a wedding to remember. Williams' franchise offers many special services. In addition to carrying Merle Norman's cosmetic, fragrance and skin care line, the studio offers makeovers for a ”at rate of $25. Want to make sure you achieve the perfect look for your big day? Makeup consultations are 100 percent free. Makeovers at Merle Norman include skin care, primer, base, color cosmetics and everything a bride or bridesmaid could possibly need to wear down the aisle. Planning a bridesmaid's outing? Merle Norman Studio & Gifts offers free pampering facials using the best of Merle Norman's skin care line. Make a day of it. Schedule an afternoon of relaxing facials and free makeup consultations to plan your ideal wedding look. While inside, browse some of the gift items in the studio. You might “nd the perfect wedding gift or bridesmaid's gift right in front of your nose. Mrs. Williams offers a vast array of gift selections including the popular Lizzy J jewelry line; DaVinci charms and bracelets; The Artist Jay; Stephanie Dawn, beautifully designed bags of all shapes and sizes; Wendell August, makers of “ne dishes, trays, jewelry, picture frames and more; and Heartstrings, a company that engraves sterling silver as well as monograms bags, hats, wallets, belts and more. Merle Norman Studio & Gifts offers a little something for the boys, too. In fact, Williams' studio is the only place in Madison where men can be “tted and order tuxedos for their big day-whether it be a party, prom or a wedding. Bring your bridesmaids, bring your groomsmen, bring your mom and best friend-Merle Norman Studio & Gifts can make your wedding, bridal shower, prom or random Tuesday afternoon a little bit brighter, and, like Audrey said, happy girls are the prettiest girls.Ž SAVANNAHREAMSGreene Publishing, Inc. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Savannah Reams, March 11, 2015Merle Norman Studio & Gifts owner, Susan Williams, stands beside the facial station where women and girls come for free facials and to experience some of the best skin care products Merle Norman has to offer. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Savannah Reams, March 11, 2015Pictured above, is the Heartstrings display in Merle Norman Studio & Gifts. The display showcases some of their most popular monogramming options: bags, wallets, umbrellas and makeup bags.

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The Madison County High School weightlifting team went to the invitational at Godby High School on Tuesday, March 3. The team placed second at the meet. The three senior team members placed for their weight class. Zack Sprenkle came in 1stplace in the heavyweight class. Marc Robinson came in 1stplace in the 154-pound weight class. Andrew Strom came in 2ndplace for the 139-pound weight class. The next meet for the team is the invitational at Fort White High School on Friday, March 13 at 4 p.m. SPORTS JESSIER. BOXGreene Publishing, Inc.madison enterprise-recorder « Friday, MARCH 13, 2015 «7 The Bush Wealth Advantage Our column, The Bush Wealth AdvantageŽ is our way of giving back to the community with all sorts of insights, relevant news, and practical wealth planning strategies. 912638 Maximizing Your Social Security Benefits Most understand that waiting to claim Social Security benefits can result in higher monthly payments. However, many dont understand that there are other ways to maximize their benefits, some of which depend on their marital status. Understanding the strategies for maximizing your Social Security retirement income benefits should be prefaced with a review of the three basic forms of retirement benefits: 1. The Worker Benefit: This is the benefit you receive based on your own personal earnings history, and for which you become eligible after 40 quarters of work. 2. The Spousal Benefit: This is the benefit paid to yo ur spouse. For nonworking spouses, this is 50% of the working spouses benefit. For working spouses, it is the greater of the benefit earned from his or her earnings or 50% of the workers benefit. 3.T he Survivor Benefit: This is the benefit paid to the surviving spouse, which is paid at a rate equal to the greater of his or her own then-current benefit, or the deceased spouses then-current benefit. The first and most obvious strategy for maximizing your Social Security benefit is to simply wait to reach age 70 before beginning to take benefits. By waiting until age 70 to receive benefits, your monthly payments may increase by 32%, not including any cost of living increases that may be added to this amount. Be nefit Maximization Strategies for M arried Couples Married couples have several claiming strategies that may be helpful in getting the most from Social Security, including: File and Suspend: This strategy permits a spouse to claim his or her spousal benefit based on the working spouses earnings record, while the worker continues to accrue delayed retirement credits. Under File and Suspend, the higher-earning spouse files for benefits and then suspends them. This allows the lower-earning spouse to claim a spousal benefit, typically 50% of the higherearning spouses benefit. The higherearning spouse will accrue delayed retirement credits which, upon attainment of age 70, the couple can switch to their own benefit to receive the highest possible amount. File a Restricted Application: A restricted application allows an individual, upon attaining full retirement age, to file only for a spousal benefit, based on the individuals spouses work record. This allows the individual to accrue delayed retirement credits until age 70. Upon reaching age 70, the individual would then switch to his or her own benefit. Com bination of the Two: Married couples can combine the above strategies with one spouse filing and suspending a worker benefit, while the other spouse files a restricted application to receive the spousal benefit only. An individual cannot both file and suspend a restricted application, which is why the combination strategy must be coordinated between the spouses. If you would like us to analyze your Social Security options, please contact our office at 229-247-1474. Stacy Bush has practiced independent financial advising in the Valdosta area for 14 years. Growing up on a farm in Donalsonville, Georgia, he is keen to the financial needs of South Georgia and North Florida families. Stacy and his wife, Carla, live in Valdosta with their four children. You can submit questions about this article to askstacybush@lpl.com Securities and advisory services offered through LPL Financial, a registered investment advisor, member FINRA/SIPC. The opinion voiced in this material are for general information only and are not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual. Stacy Bush, President Bush Wealth Management March 21 & 22, 2015Saturday 9 a.m. 5 p.m. March 21 & 22, 2015Saturday 9 a.m. 5 p.m. March 21 & 22, 2015Saturday 9 a.m. 5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. 5 p.m. Sunday 10 a.m. 4 p.m.Spence Field in Moultrie, GA Saturday 9 a.m. 5 p.m. Sunday 10 a.m. 4 p.m.Spence Field in Moultrie, GA Saturday 9 a.m. 5 p.m. Sunday 10 a.m. 4 p.m. 300 Booths of Handmade Arts & Crafts 300 Booths of Handmade Arts & Crafts Handmade Arts & Crafts Cheerleading tryouts are coming upThe Madison County High School Cheerleading teams are holding tryouts for the JV and Varsity teams on Monday, March 30 through Thursday, April 2 from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Madison County High School gym. If you have any questions or more information, you may contact Ruth Ann Latner at (850) 464-0236 or by email at ruth.latner@madisonmail.us. JESSIER. BOXGreene Publishing, Inc.Local boys win Travel Ball championship Photo SubmittedCongrats to the DKSA ELITE 9U team (based in Thomasville, Ga.) on winning the TBUSA (TravelBall USA) Spring Training Classic IV in Bainbridge, Ga., Feb. 28 March 1. The team went 4-0 on the weekend including a 5-1 championship game victory over the Panhandle Stingers (Tallahassee, Fl). Great job players, parents and coaches with back-to-back tournament championships. Pictured on the front row, from left to right, are: Logan Rich, Colby Dukes, Mason Plain (Greenville Native and son of Jack and Helen Plain), Max Godwin and Lee McCorkle. Middle Row, from left to right, are: Parker Copeland, Koby Wynn, Tournament MVP T.J. Thomas and Logan Strickland. Back Row, from left to right, are: Head Coach Beau Strickland and Academy Director J.J. Jones. Not Pictured: Jack Clark. Photo SubmittedCongrats to the DKSA ELITE 11U team (based in Thomasville, Ga.) on winning the TBUSA (TravelBall USA) Spring Training Classic IV in Bainbridge, Ga., Feb. 28 March 1. The team went 4-0 on the weekend including an 11-1 championship game victory over SBA 229 (Bainbridge, Ga). Great job players, parents and coaches with back-to-back tournament championships. Pictured, on the front row, from left to right, are: Hayes Lightsey, Matthew Youmans, Witt Wetherington, Justin Swords and Cason Priest. Pictured in the back row, from left to right, are: Blaydon Plain (Greenville Native and son of Jack and Helen Plain), J.D. Smith, Will Prince, Cannon Whatley and Josh McCaskill. Not Pictured: Coach Matt McCaskill, Coach Britt Wetherington and Coach Jamie Smith. MCHS weightlifting team places second at Godby Invitational Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, February 25, 2015The seniors on the Madison County High School Weightlifting team placed for their weight classes at the invitational at Godby High School. Pictured, from left to right, are: Marc Robinson, Zack Sprenkle and Andrew Strom.

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Leroy James is the School Related Employee for Lee Elementary School. He has been the custodian for four years. He was previously the custodian at Madison County Central School before retiring. He has worked for the Madison County School District for 40 years. After 40 years he has no plans to slow down. He plans to continue working and improving his working skills. He has been married to Maggie James for 43 years. They have one son, Darrell James and two grandsons. James attends Pentecostal Church of God in Unity and he also serves as a pastor to churches. In his spare time, he enjoys Þshing and helping people in need. Lee Elementary School staff say that he will do anything for anyone if he is able. Barbara Epkins is the School Related Employee for the Transportation Department in the Madison County School System. She is a lifelong resident of Madison County and attended school here. "Teachers were strict in my days, but the education was exceptional," said Epkins about her education. She has been employed with the Madison County School District for 19 years. "I enjoy my job and feel that I am giving back to what made my family and I appreciative and wellrounded citizens," said Epkins. In her spare time, Epkins enjoy visiting and providing for the elderly at the nursing homes and in the community. "They hold knowledge, most you can not Þnd in a book," said Epkins. She has also been employed part-time with N.F.C.D. (Headstart) for 18 years as a substitute teacher. Epkins and her husband, Stanley, have three children: Reginald, Camarra and The'Ann Epkins. They are also the proud grandparents of eight grandchildren, six grandsons and two granddaughters. "We believe in raising strong, independent and respectable children," said Epkins about her children. "Our motto is respect will keep you in good company." She is a member of Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church and she strongly believes that if one believes in the Lord Jesus Christ, he/she shall be saved. "Being nominated School Related Employee for the transportation department in Madison County School District is a honor that I will cherish forever," said Epkins. "I thank all of those that entrusted me with this title and I pray that their lives will be greatly blessed." 8 » Friday, March 13, 2015 » madison Enterprise-recorderSCHOOL RELATED PERSONNEL Barbara Epkins for Transportation Leroy James for Lee Elementary School Barbara Epkins Leroy James JESSIER. BOXGreene Publishing, Inc. JESSIER. BOXGreene Publishing, Inc. Darlene Bland is the School Related Employee for Madison County Central School. She has been the pre-kindergarten Lead Teacher for the past 10 years. Prior to that, she was a pre-kindergarten paraprofessional. In total, she has been working for the Madison County School District for 29 years. "As a teacher, I strive to create an environment where all students experience a safe, stimulating environment," said Bland. "One in which all the children succeed and gain the knowledge and skills that will assist them in becoming productive, cooperative and peace loving citizens." Bland grew up in Greenville and graduated from Greenville High School in 1977. After graduating, she moved to Madison. She graduated from North Florida Community College and received a certificate of completion from Florida Child Care and Education Program Director Credential and a Florida Childcare Professional Credential. Bland currently lives in Live Oak. She has two sons: James Bland and wife, Elizabeth and Daniel Bland and wife, Kristen. Her two grandchildren: Avery Leigh and Brady James were born on December 8, 2014. In her spare time, she spends time with her family. "My grandchildren are a blessing and joy in my life," said Bland. Darlene Bland for Madison County Central School Darlene Bland JESSIER. BOXGreene Publishing, Inc. Laura Singletary is the School Related Employee for Pinetta Elementary School. She has been a paraprofessional in the pre-kindergarten classroom for the last year and a half. She and her husband of 22 years, Scott Singletary owned a day care for 16 years. She then worked as a substitute teacher for five years before becoming a paraprofessional. "Pinetta Elementary School is such a blessing to work at," said Singletary. "All the staff and children are one big family." Singletary and her husband have two daughters: Mackenzie, 11 and Leah, eight. Both attend school at Pinetta Elementary School. Singletary and her family attend Olive Baptist Church in Monticello. "It is a great honor to serve my Lord and Savior," said Singletary. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, hunting, fishing, making faith bracelets and going to Christian concerts with the youth. Laura Singletary for Pinetta Elementary School Laura Singletary JESSIER. BOXGreene Publishing, Inc. HEY! WE’RE ON FACEBOOK!Check us out and become a fan of our page![ Greene Publishing, Inc. ]It’s never been easier to share your local news with friends and family!

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SCHOOL RELATED PERSONNELmadison ENTERPRISE-RECORDER « Friday, MARCH 13, 2015 «9Evelyn Chancy is the School Related Employee of the year for Madison County High School. She is currently the secretary for the principal and has been for 21 years. Prior to that, she was the bookkeeper for Madison County High School for 25 years. In total, she has been employed by the Madison County School District for 46 years. She attended and graduated from Madison County High School and also attended North Florida Community College. Chancy is married to Marion Chancy and they have two children: Jim Chancy and wife Sherri of Mayo, Fl. and Cathy Chancy of Madison. They have seven grandchildren. Chancy is of the Baptist faith and attends Unity Baptist Church in Madison. Latanya Denson is the School Related Employee for the Madison County District Of“ce. She has been employed by the Madison County School District for three years. She started as a turn around secretary before becoming the secretary for Chief Academic Of“cer James Mills. Denson has 15 years of experience as a secretary. Her goal everyday at her job is to ensure that all students inthe Madison County School District areprepared for college, career and community/civic life upon graduation. She feels that these are needed for the students to be successful not only in school but in life. She is grateful and honored for being chosen as School Related Employee for the District Of“ce. Her plans after accepting the awards are to continue being an effective school related employee and a community member of good character and core values. Denson is a Madison native and graduated from Madison County High School. When she is not working, she loves spending time with her family, reading, traveling and attending various churches. Latanya Denson For District Office Evelyn Chancy For Madison County High School Latanya Denson Evelyn Chancy Teresa Jennings is the School Related Employee for Greenville Elementary School. She works as a paraprofessional. She has been working there for the last several years. She officially started working for the Madison County School District on November 9, 1987. She worked previously in Sumter County School District several years. All together Jennings has worked in a school setting for approximately 30 years. In Madison County, Jennings has also worked at Madison County Central and Madison County Excel Alternative Schools. Jennings graduated from South Sumter High School in Bushnell, Florida in 1974. She attended Florida A&M University for two years before leaving due to a family emergency. In 1995-96, Teresa attended North Florida Community College taking up and completing Architectural Drafting. At the age of 53, Jennings wanted to go back to college and in 2009, she became a student at Saint Leo University. She graduated with a Bachelors' of Art Degree in Criminal Justice in 2011. Teresa is now considering going back to school at the age of 58 to pursue a Masters' Degree. I believe you are never too young or old to learn and everyone has a gift or talent that they have been blessed with to share with the world...even though they may not choose to share it,Ž said Jennings. Jennings hopes to one day work with disadvantaged youths in some capacity counseling them. Jennings has been married to Lonnie Jennings for almost 40 years. They have three adult children, all of which attended Madison County public schools. Their grandchildren also attend schools in Madison County. In her spare time, Jennings enjoys going on cruises with her husband and family, doing puzzles, shopping online, going to the beach, especially Amelia Island and Fernadina Beach, reading, helping others and working with children. Teresa Jennings For Greenville Elementary School Teresa Jennings Shaynika Glee is the School Related Employee for Madison County Excel Alternative Education Center. Glee has been a paraprofessional since 2014. She previously worked as a paraprofessional at Madison County Central School in 2003-2004. She worked as a parent educator at Madison County Even Start from 2004-2006. In 2006, she became a Family Case Manager at North Florida Child Development, Inc. until 2013. She attended Florida A&M University and received a Bachelors of Social Work. Her future goal is to help students master skills in their subject matter. When she is not working, Glee likes to spend time with her family and bake. She is also an active member at Mt. Nebo Missionary Baptist Church. Shaynika Glee For Madison County Excel School Shaynika Glee JESSIER. BOXGreene Publishing, Inc. JESSIER. BOXGreene Publishing, Inc. JESSIER. BOXGreene Publishing, Inc. JESSIER. BOXGreene Publishing, Inc. PrintTabletSmartphoneComputer +++ Subscribe Now! (850) 973-4141

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