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The Madison enterprise-recorder

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Title:
The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title:
Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title:
Enterprise-recorder
Place of Publication:
Madison, FL
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Greene Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher
Creation Date:
May 31, 2013
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Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
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30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )

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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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So, what is a U. S. Senator supposed to know? How about one who has been around for years? And one who is always complaining about the know it allsŽ of Washington? Bill Nelson declared that the dispute over the funding of Homeland Security, that went big time when Congress reconvened, was over the Presidents power to issue an Executive Order. {Check out the Feb. 9, 2015 Congressional Record, page S847.} Where Has He Been? Is he really that clueless? Attending some of his meetings with constituents,Ž over the years, one notes his fear of the know it allsŽ as a real concern. Like, does he really have an inferiority complex? An Ideal Senator In the Feb. 16, 1833 Register of Debates, page 577, Daniel Webster, spoke of what we, constituents, expect of our public servants. Congress is not irresponsible. Its members are agents of the people, elected by them, answerable to them, and liable to be displaced or superseded at their pleasure; and they possess as fair a claim to the con“dence of the people, while they continue to deserve it, as any other public political agent.Ž Your Eyes Only! Do you believe in your own stinking eyes,Ž or, what Bill Nelson says? President Obama has told us all we need to know about how he perceived his own action. In Feb., 2013, in an interview at a Google Hangout, acknowledged that he could do little on immigration, except, enforce the law. He said: The problem, is that Im the President of the United States, Im not the emperor of the United States. My job is to execute laws that are passed.Ž Nov. 18, 2014. NYTimes, p. 15a. Does that sound like the President thought he had the authority to exempt unlawfully present persons in the U. S. from deportation? The President knew he was purposefully circumventing the Constitution with his actions. Amnesty for illegal immigrants is hardly the law. An Executive Order, Indeed! What the President did exceeded the law. He knew he was exceeding the law. But he did it anyway! And Bill Nelson thinks that he can sweep the Presidents action under the rug, even at this late date, by dismissing that action as just an executive order.Ž Senator Nelson is virtually taking the same stand that Rep. Thad Stevens, of Pa., took, on the powers of the Presidency, during wartime. Stevens said: I think I have shown that we possess all the power now claimed to be under the Constitution, even the tremendous power of dictatorship.Ž Jan. 22, 1862. Congressional Globe, p. 440. One must not forget that the action that got us into World War II has never been rescinded, thus, we are still operating under the policies that wartimeŽ calls for. Incredible! Does Sen. Bill Nelson really believe that his constituents, who have been informed in so many ways, even by the President himself, that the action exceeded Constitutional powers, will swallow the renaming as just an executive order? VIEWPOINTS & OPINION2 » Friday, March 27, 2015 » madison enterprise-recorderConservative Corner H4: Head, Heart, Hands & HealthJust an Executive Order?Give the Gift of 4-H Camp Cherry Lake!Florida's Mental Health Services underfunded, but making a difference for patientsSummertime is fast approaching and we are looking forward to a fun “lled camp week June 22-26 at 4-H Camp Cherry Lake. Campers have an exciting week of outdoor recreation and educational activities planned for them this summer. Explorations into STEM, healthy lifestyles, leadership and other new programs are combined with our traditional camp activities to capture the interest of our youth participants. Theres fun on the horizon! Camp is open to any youth ages 8-12 (as of September 1, 2014). Youth do not have to be a 4-H member to attend camp. Responsible teens looking for leadership opportunities ages 13-18 can apply to attend camp as a camp counselor. For more information contact Ms. Becky at the Extension Of“ce at 850973-4138 or bvbennett@u”.edu. How to Give the Gift of Camp: Registration: Spots are reserved on a “rst come “rst serve basis. All camp forms will be available by mid-April. You may pre-register at any time by contacting the Extension Of“ce with your childs name, age and your contact information. We will send out registration packets to all preregistered campers. Deposit is due at the time of registration. Deadline: June 8thAll camp forms must be completed and received in the of“ce on or before June 8that Camper/Parent Orientation. Your Camp Deposit: $75 for each camper. Your spot is not guaranteed until your deposit is paid. Your Camp Fee: $186 (members registered by April 1st) $190 (non-members). Payment plans are available. Parent/Camper Orientation Join us June 8th5:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. This will be your opportunity to ask questions about camp and “nal opportunity to pay fees and/or turn in forms. Make checks or money orders payable to: Madison County 4-H Association. Mail to: Madison County Extension ATTN: 4-H 184 NW College Loop Madison, FL 32340 Not sure an overnight camp is right for you? Look for our summer day camps calendar coming in April! Even with a shrinking budget, Florida's mental health treatment system provides positive outcomes for Floridians with mental health issues, according to an independent analysis from the Florida TaxWatch, however, the watchdog group recommends options to improve the system. TaxWatch's latest report investigates the state's mental health network to determine whether state-funded mental health care is adequately meeting the needs of Florida patients. "Mental health problems affect many members of our communities, from children in our elementary schools to retirees in nursing homes, and ensuring individuals are getting the help they need is truly a matter of public safety," said Dominic M. Calabro, President and CEO of Florida TaxWatch, the independent, nonpartisan, nonpro“t taxpayer research institute and government watchdog. "It is critical that our state's mental health dollars are spent most ef“ciently to provide care to those who need it most, and our state's Behavioral Health Managing Entities are helping to do that, even with minimal funding." Florida provides substance abuse and mental health services to uninsured Floridians through seven regional nonpro“t organizations known as Behavioral Health Managing Entities. Florida's regional service delivery model allows for services to be tailored to community needs at a lower cost to the state. Florida TaxWatch “nds that the state's managing entities have resulted in increased accountability for their service providers, better assessment of local community needs and more ef“cient use of state tax dollars. While Florida's Behavioral Health Managing Entities system works ef“ciently, its network providers suffer from underfunding. Florida ranks 49thin the nation for per capita mental health expenditures; however, the TaxWatch analysis shows that even with funding reductions, Behavioral Health Managing Entities continue to meet ef“ciency and patient standards, better leveraging more services for fewer dollars. Florida TaxWatch recommends that the state increase funding for mental health services and allow more ”exible use of funding to better meet local needs, address coverage gaps for young adults no longer eligible for services and require new outcome reporting measures to ensure effective service delivery. NELSONA. PRYORGuest Columnist BECKYV. BENNETT Clueless in Washington CityFlorida TaxWatch B u s i n e s s C a r d D i r e c t o r y

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COMMUNITY NEWS4 » Friday, March 27, 2015 » madison enterprise-recorderObituariesArchie L. Jackson, Gator,Ž 60, passed away on March 23. Viewing will be held on Friday, March 27 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., at Ganzy Funeral Home located at 1171 SW State Road 14. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, March 28 at 2 p.m. at St. James Missionary Baptist Church located at 497 SW Georgetown Road Madison, Fl. Archie is preceded in death by his parents: Mr. & Mrs. Collin Jackson; brothers: Leroy, Collin and Ulysees Jackson; and nephew, Jerome Cason, Jr. Archie leaves to cherish his life and love, his “ancée', Linda "Gail" Powell, of Perry, Fl.; sons: Archie Jackson, Jr., Tyler Jackson, George Gant, of Perry and Christen Jackson, of Virginia; a special daughter, Christyl "Gail" Clark; brothers: Larry Jackson (Voncille) and Melvin Jackson; sisters: Pearl Tookes (Rev. Octavious), Patricia Jackson and Vivian Williams (Napoleon); sister-in-laws: Vivian Jackson, Ruby Jackson and Sheila Jackson, nieces: Tonya Cason (Hakili), Tiffany Hamilton (Michael), Amber Williams, Philicia West, Melba Jackson, Joyce Raymond and Terri Miller; nephews: Jerrod Jackson and Gerald Alexander. Ganzy Funeral Home, 1171 SW State Road 14 Madison, Fl. is in charge of services.Mettie Carlena Walsh Gray OHara made the “nal trip to her glorious resting place in Heaven into the arms of her Lord and Savior. Carlena was born January 20, 1917 in Concord, Fl., where she lived until she enrolled at the Florida State University School for Women. She graduated from FSUSW with a degree in Elementary Education. She served God on a regular basis by being one of the “rst active members of East Hill Baptist Church. She taught Sunday school and training union for over 50 years. Carlena spent much time reading and studying her Bible. She was always prayerfully prepared for every lesson. She also taught school for 45 years as a “rst, second and third grade teacher, and has been described as the epitome of a teacher.Ž She taught school in Concord, Fl., and in Tallahassee at Caroline Brevard and Woodville. However, most of her years serving as a teacher were at Kate Sullivan Elementary School in Tallahassee. She was loved by her students and their parents. One of her second grade students (Kathleen OHara) became her daughter eight years after she was taught by Carlena. Carlena participated in the Kate Sullivan Teachers events and the Retired Teachers Association. Carlena and her husband, D.T. OHara, loved having friends and neighbors visit their home. She loved to cook and was a master in cake making and decorating for her grandchildren on their birthdays. She was preceded in death by her previous husbands: Wilson Gray and D.T. OHara, Jr.; her parents: Jim and Claudia Walsh; sisters: Janice Taunton and Louise Walsh. Carlena is survived by her children: Luther BudŽ OHara, Kathleen OHara Braswell and son-in-law Paul Braswell, Sr.; her devoted grandchildren: Gina and Ed Sapp, Robin and Geoff Hill, Price and Jordan OHara, Seth and Kristen OHara, Paul Braswell, Jr. and Michael Gillespie: great-grandchildren: Will, Blake, Clay and Kim Sapp, Cohen and Hayes OHara, Josh Hill, Molly Kate, Riley and Carley Ann OHara. She is also survived by her beloved nephews: Sonny and Jimmy Taunton and her loving and attentive East Hill Baptist Church Family. The family will have a private graveside service. Jail Report : March 17-23Archie L. JacksonMogi Kinsey ONeil passed away March 11, in Key Largo. She was the daughter of Ernest Thomas Kinsey and Pearl Amelia McNair Kinsey. Mogi was born in 1921 in DeFuniak Springs, Fl. She grew up mainly in Miami where her father had his medical practice. She attended Montverde Academy and Miami Senior High School. Mogi married Vernon Patrick ONeil in 1941, having met him while she attended Florida State College for Women (now FSU) in Tallahassee and he was attending Naval Flight Training in Pensacola. RedŽ made a career in the Navy and they retired to Key Largo in 1966. He passed away in 2004. Mogi and Red had two children: Vernon Patrick ONeil II, who passed away in 1997, and Mogi, Jr. who lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico, with her husband, Dick. She leaves three grandsons: Patrick, Ian and Brian; four great-grandsons, one greatgranddaughter and two step great-grandchildren. Mogi has been buried in the Kinsey Cemetery in Monticello and at her request, there were no services. She was a true daughter of Florida, loving all of its history, people, lands, animals and waters. If you choose to honor her memory, please plant a native tree or adopt a homeless animal.Mogi ONeil Mettie OHara March 17 Jarrod Dekendrick Ayres … Two charges of violation of parole (circuit). Ahmontaye Deshawn Hill … Grand theft. Donovan Malachi Gonsalves … Violation of parole and writ of bodily attachment. March 18 Jake Garrett Latner … Possession of marijuana less than 20 grams. Damon Desean Phillips … Violation of parole and possession of cocaine. Frances Matthew Prescott … Driving while license suspended. March 20 Lemar Bellamy … Disorderly intoxication and stalking. Trent Harrison Peatling … Driving while license suspended or revoked and out of county warrant. Matthew Maxwell … Violation of injunction. Kendrick Bernard Brown … Failure to appear. Samuel Lee Staten, Jr. … Failure to appear. March 23 Cornelius Latrell Carter … Possession of a controlled substance. Erin Lawren Davis … Battery/ simple domestic violence. Big Bend Hospice hosts Volunteer Training on Saturday, March 28.Would you like to experience the satisfaction of giving to others? Become a volunteer with Big Bend Hospice! Big Bend Hospice is always looking for volunteers to assist patients and families with respite for caregivers, companionship, making phone calls, writing letters, light housekeeping, reading, walking dogs or running errands. Big Bend Hospice offers free orientation for those willing to donate their time and talents to help others. If you are interested in learning more about volunteering with Big Bend Hospice, contact Katie Mandell, BBH volunteer coordinator at 850-933-1878 or Katie@bigbendhospice.org . Also, attend the BBH Volunteer Training on Saturday, March 28 from 9 a.m. -1 p.m., at the Big Bend Hospice Madison of“ce, 225 S. Smith Street. Lunch will be provided, and limited spaces are available. Thank you for supporting your Hometown Hospice! Licensed since 1983, Big Bend Hospice provides expert health care, encouragement, hope, compassion and companionship to people with a life-limiting illness, so that they can complete personal goals and “nd spiritual and emotional peace. To learn more about Big Bend Hospices services, or to volunteer, call (850) 878-5310 or email Sharon Davidson at sharon@bigbendhospice.org.STORYSUBMITTED

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David Calhoun is a 17 year old senior in high school and dual-enrolled student at North Florida Community College. He is the son of Gary and Karen Calhoun, of Madison, however the family is originally from Orlando. David maintains a busy schedule-he's a full-time student, works and is also involved in extra-curricular activities, including service as the treasurer for the executive board of NFCC's branch of the Student Government Association (SGA). However, Calhoun doesn't stop there-over the years he has performed in countless dramatic productions in Madison; from Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan and Oliver Twist at NFCC, to Cinderella, Rapunzel and Romeo and Juliet at Madison's Rural Area Theater. However, recently, David landed the lead role in a local movie “lmed by Theater of Grace, a Christian-based theater company. David was “rst introduced to acting during his brother's school play when the lead role failed to show up. At the last minute, he was lassoed into taking the lead's place and, while holding the script each scene, he managed to save the show. His knack for acting was praised, and his mother contacted Jessica Webb with Madison's Rural Area Theater Troups (the RATT pact) and he began performing in various productions with the group. Years later, Calhoun heard about Theater of Grace and a casting call for the movie, Sorry Lessons , through Ms. Webb. He auditioned for the lead role of Kevin-a troubled teenager who doesn't know what it means to be sorry. It was very nerve-racking beforehand, but once you get out there and you start getting into the motion of things, you're okay,Ž said Calhoun. I performed a role from one of my previous shows and I thought it went well judging by their reactions, but it was probably about a month or two later when I heard from them again.Ž After calling him in for a second audition, Theater of Grace contacted David and offered him the lead. Ever since, he and the cast have been “lming in various locations, one of which is Advent Christian Village in Dowling Park. Sorry Lessons is still in production and there are only speculations as to when it will be released. The crew is shooting for a Fall release date, however, at the earliest, the movie could be out by the end of the summer. For more information, visit theaterofgrace.com/sorrylessonsthe movie . There are also two movie trailers on YouTube . Make sure you check them out and see Madison's own David Calhoun bring the character of Kevin to life for the big screen. COMMUNITY NEWSmadison enterprise-recorder « Friday, March 27, 2015 «5SAVANNAHREAMSGreene Publishing, Inc. Tommy’s Discount Paint & Body Shop Business: (850) 973-6528 Home: (850) 973-4622 Cell: (850) 464-0891 Fax: (850) 973-1218 Tommy Thigpen (Owner/Operator) 4517 NE Colin Kelly Hwy. Madison, Fl 32340 Specializing In Collision Repair Insurance Claims Welcome FREEESTIMATES Its Your Insurance... Your Choice... ...CHOOSE US!!! SHOWTIMEChanging the game, one car at a time!Ž Audio € Customs € Accessories SNOOPOf“ce: 2 2 9 2 4 5 7 4 5 5 Email:m r s h o w t i m e 2 2 9 @ y a h o o . c o m 2226 Bemiss Rd. € Valdosta, Ga 31602www.showtimeaudioandpaint.com Keep your car in tip top shape this Spring NEXT CONSIGNMENT/SWAP MEET SALEWhen: Saturday, April 4th10a.m. … 3 p.m. Where: Rt 255 & I-10, Exit 262, LEE, FL Get your vehicles and stuff ready to sell ƒ cost to sell is only $5 ... crafts, arts, garage items, cars, trucks, boats. Bring them all down and sell for only $5 . 8 10 Consignment Setup & Arrival 10 3 SALE TIME!The CourierXpress Company, Inc.( www.leetrader.com ) Call 850-997-4343 Madison resident, David Calhoun, lands lead role in movie David Calhoun MCMH offers new stroke programsTammy Stevens, CEO, and Andrew Hendry, IT Manager and Clinical Educator, of Madison County Memorial Hospital were the guest speakers at the Wednesday, March 18 meeting for Madison Rotary Club. They spoke about what the new hospital offered the community. With their partnership with Capital Regional Medical Center, Madison County Memorial Hospital is now able to offer critical stroke care to patients with the TeleStroke program. Using a robot, the neurologist in Tallahassee is able to see and speak to the patient face-to-face. Time is critical when treating a stroke patient and there are a limited number of neurologists in the world. With the TeleStroke program, the neurologist can reach more patients. Madison County Memorial Hospital also has a helicopter landing pad so that a patient can quickly be transported to a different hospital. Stevens wanted the community to know that same day appointments for tests that your doctor would like can be done at Madison County Memorial Hospital. It is the patients choice where to have testing done and it is often convenient to get everything done at their local hospital. Same day appointments include EKGs, mammograms and blood tests. Greene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box, March 18, 2015Andrew Hendry (left) and Tammy Stevens (right) spoke to the Rotary Club on Wednesday, March 18.JESSIER. BOXGreene Publishing, Inc.

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For many, a doctor is the “rst person who welcomes us into the world. From that point forward, doctors remain an integral part of our lives-from our “rst shots, to chickenpox, the ”u, checkups, that time the neighbor's kid pushed you off the slide and you broke your arm-let's face it: without doctors, cities would burn. I remember my childhood doctor. His name was Dr. Peele, but I thought it was pronounced Dr. Pill,Ž which made more sense because it seemed his favorite thing to do was prescribe me those yucky white pills that stuck to my tongue and tasted like dirt. Those pills were prednisone; a corticosteroid commonly used to treat severe asthma. Dr. Peele diagnosed me with asthma at the age of two and, soon, we would become the best of buddies as he would see me frequently for the next decade of my life. As a child with severe asthma, visiting the doctor was a common occurrence-sometimes for check-ups, other times with critical urgency. I remember feeling scared when I couldn't breathe well-I remember feeling terri“ed when I could see the same fear on my mother's face. But, I also remember feeling safe when I was at the doctor's of“ce or emergency room, which happened frequently. While I was still afraid, I knew they would take care of me and I trusted them with my life. Dr. Peele was, and I assume still is, a hero to many children. March 30 is National Doctors' Day; a day set aside to honor physicians who make a difference in countless lives on a daily basis. According to doctorsday.org, The “rst Doctors Day observance was March 30, 1933 in Winder, Georgia. Eudora Brown Almond, wife of Dr. Charles B. Almond, decided to set aside a day to honor physicians. This “rst observance included mailing greeting cards and placing ”owers on graves of deceased doctors. On March 30, 1958, a Resolution Commemorating Doctors' Day was adopted by the United States House of Representatives. In 1990, legislation was introduced in the House and Senate to establish a national Doctors' Day.Ž The gesture is certainly noble-doctors and health care workers deserve an endless amount of respect and appreciation; not only on March 30, but every day of the year. Thank a doctor today; they might save your life tomorrow. Just because you have a marriage license with your new last name doesn't mean you've of“cially changed your name. Sorry to break it to you but that's really just the “rst step. And you thought that was the hard part„wait until you see the lines at the social security of“ce and motor vehicle bureau! There is a shortcut, though, you can make it easy on yourself and get our Hitchswitch Name Change kit. Rather do it the hard way? See below: 1. Get your marriage license Before you can change your name, you'll need the original (or certi“ed) marriage license with the raised seal and your new last name on it. Call the clerk's of“ce where your license was “led to get copies if one wasn't automatically sent to you. 2. Change your Social Security card Visit the Social Security Administration's website and “ll out the application for a new Social Security card. You'll keep the same number just your name will be different. Mail in your application to the local Social Security Administration of“ce. You should get your new card within 10 business days. 3. Change your license at the DMV Take a trip to the local Department of Motor Vehicles of“ce to get a new license with your new last name. Bring every form of identi“cation you can lay your hands on -your old license, your certi“ed marriage license and -most important -your new Social Security card. 4. Change your bank accounts This one's a biggie, especially if you're setting up a joint bank account, or if you have one already set up. The fastest way to change your name at your bank is to go into a branch location -bring your new driver's license and your marriage license. You should request new checks and debit and credit cards on top of changing the name attached to your accounts. Something to note: You might get hit with fees for requesting a new debit card. 5. Fill in the blanks Once you have a social security card and driver's license in your married name, other changes should be fairly easy. Some places only require a phone call; others may ask for a copy of your marriage certi“cate or social security card. Be sure to notify: Employers/payroll € Post of“ce € Electric and other utility € companies Credit card companies € Schools and alumni asso€ ciations Landlord or mortgage € company Insurance companies € (auto, home, life) Doctors' of“ces € Voter registration of“ce € Investment account € providers Your attorney (to update € legal documents, including your will) Passport of“ce € 6 » Friday, March 27, 2015 » madison Enterprise-recorder Fine Linens Home Accessories Gifts Bridal Registry229.469.6231 € Valdosta 134 N. Patterson St. How to change your last name after the weddingDOCTORS DAY/BRIDAL DOCTORS DAY March 30 is National Doctors' Day SAVANNAHREAMSGreene Publishing, Inc.

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Choices matter,Ž Roshad Thomas said emphatically to Aucilla Christian Academys secondary students attending chapel recently. God healed me. He is who you see in me now, but I didnt start out this way. Theres nothing special about me. God has shaped me, and he can shape you too. Give God your brokenness, and let the Lord do something with it.Ž Thomas is an encourager. That message was one of many that were delivered during his week-long stay at ACA where he taught Pick and WaitŽ abstinence classes to ACAs seventh and eighth grade boys and similar sessions with the eleventh and twelfth grade students for the past six years. Today, were going to do the bene“ts of marriage activity,Ž Thomas told the middle school boys. People are getting away from the desire to get married for various reasons. People dont see the bene“t of it. Marriage has great bene“ts all around.Ž He then pulled postersize sheets of white paper out and wrote the following words on each page: Man, Child, Community, Our Nation. Then, he proceeded to divide the boys into groups so they could list the bene“ts of marriage under each title. Meanwhile, in another classroom, ACAs seventh and eighth grade girls were with ACA teacher Debby Demott, who was teaching a different lesson about abstinence, which she has done alongside Thomas for many years. One of the bene“ts of assisting Thomas with this program is students can come to me on-campus anytime they have a question or need help during the school year,Ž said Demott, who restated Thomass message to the girls, reminding them that the choices they make now affect their goals and dreams. ACAs main mission is reaching students for Christ and helping them to see Gods plan early in their lives. We want to do everything possible to help our students make wise choices in life,Ž said Principal Richard Finlayson. Having Mr. Thomas on our campus over the past few years has really made an impact. And, having staff members like Mrs. Demott on our campus to assist students when they need guidance has been invaluable.Ž For more information on ACA, call (850) 9973597 or visit aucilla.org . For more information on LivetheLife.org , Thomass organization, call (850) 6683700 or email Thomas at roshad@livethelife.org .Photo SubmittedACAs Middle School Boys Pick and WaitŽ Class. Pictured in the front row, from left to right, are: Carl Hall, Frank Roberts, Andy Jiang, Dennis Jiang, Brandon Hannon, Jamieson Dalzell, Dilyn Stowers, Nathan Dukes, Ryan Jackson, Ian Hutsell, Austin Hebert, Nathan Green, Evan Courtney and Stephen Oh. In the back row, pictured from left to right, are: Alex Salmons, Joshua Eades, Roshad Thomas, Brandon Bates, Ayush Patel, Jason Hamilton, Dawson Bishop and Austin Wheeler STORYSUBMITTEDSCHOOLmadison enterprise-recorder « Friday, MARCH 27, 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. 913318 Options When Your CD Matures Investors who are looking for a short-term cash alternative often find certificates of deposit to their liking. But when a CD matures „ when it stops earning interest „ investors are faced with a choice of what to do with the proceeds. This can be a difficult decision, especially if an investor purchased a CD when interest rates were higher and then must consider whether to purchase a new CD when interest rates are low. CDs are short or medium-term debt investments offered by banks and savings and loans. CDs also can be purchased through most brokerage firms. Theyre insured for up to $250,000 per depositor, per institution in interest and principal by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC). CD holders agreed to keep their money in the account for a specified amount of time anywhere from one month to five years. If money is withdrawn from a bank-purchased CD before the specified period expires, the CD holder may face penalties. Brokerage-purchased CDs trade in a secondary market, which may provide the holder the option to sell the CD for prevailing market prices (prevailing prices may be more or less than the original amount invested). Brokeragepurchased CDs are more complex and may not be suitable for all investors. Investors are encouraged to read the terms and conditions before purchasing a CD through a brokerage. Three Choices Generally, investors have three options when a CD matures: Option 1: They can roll the proceeds into another CD. Option 2: Invest the proceeds into another cash alternative. Option 3: Invest the proceeds in another type of investment. Some banks will automatically roll the CD proceeds into another certificate of deposit unless instructed otherwise. That makes it critical to keep track of when CDs mature. When rolling over a CD, it is important to be aware of the interest rates being offered. CD rates rise and fall, and the interest rates offered may be more or less than those earned on the maturing CD. Another Cash Alternative Investors also may elect to invest the proceeds in another cash alternative. One alternative is short-term U.S. Treasury bills which are backed by the full faith and credit of the federal government for the timely payment of principal and interest. These are debtbased investments; investors lend money to the U.S. government and are paid a specified rate of return. Another Investment Investors may elect to invest the proceeds in another type of investment. However, other investments that offer a higher yield generally carry more risk. So investors should consider the role CDs are playing in their portfolios and attempt to determine if adding additional risk would be appropriate, given their situation. When one of your CDs matures, you face a number of choices. Knowing your options can help you make a sound investment decision. 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 ACA students learn choices matter Photo SubmittedACAs Middle School Girls Pick and WaitŽ Class. Pictured in the front row, from left to right, are: Elizabeth Scheese, Cheyenn e Gordon and Hailey Clark. Pictured in the middle row, from left to right, are: Asyria Shuler, Emily Brock, Ashlyn Rogers, Ansley English, Anna Key and Emily Forehand. 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Lee Homecoming Day was Friday, March 20 and Saturday, March 21. The Lee Homecoming Day Committee said there were over 30 vendors and 8001,000 people in attendance. The entertainment included the Deep South Steam Engine Club trade show, bounce houses, live music, clowns, pinewood derby races, a cake walk and quilt shows. The vendors included art and crafts, food and some were raising funds for their mission trips. The emcee for Lee Homecoming Day was Wendy Hart. He was a real plus because he really kept things going,Ž said Carol Bynum of the Lee Homecoming Day Committee. The bands that played were Reckless Reality, Heritage Highway and the Mike Scott Band. The Grand Marshal for Lee Homecoming Day was Raymond Williams. The 2015 Miss Lee was also crowned at Lee Homecoming Day. Faith Archambault was crowned after writing an essay that answered six questions about herself including goals and future plans. We appreciate those involved and hope for it to be bigger next year,Ž said Bynum. The Lee Homecoming Day Committee is already planning next years event. According to Bynum, they plan to expand the vendors and entertainment that they invite, including Crystal Springs Foundation, who offers hands-on learning experience on environmental education. They plan on working with the Madison County Chamber of Commerce to see if they can bring some of the entertainment from Down Home Days to Lee Homecoming Day. They are also considering becoming a part of the Madison Quilt Trail that was recently started. If you would like to start planning your participation in next years event contact the Lee Homecoming Committee at (850) 464-1663 or the website, www.leeday.org.LEE DAY WRAP UP 8 » Friday, March 27, 2015 » madison enterprise-recorderJESSIER. BOXGreene Publishing, Inc. Congratulations to all on a job well done! Lee Homecoming Day a successWe appreciate those involved and hope for it to be bigger next year.Ž Carol Bynum Photo By RAndR Event ProsLittle Miss Madison, Riley Perry waves at the parade goers as she rides in the Lee Homecoming Day Parade. Photo By RAndR Event ProsArabella, 2, sits in the arms of her MeMeŽ Amy Burns and enjoys her sucker while listening to music at Lee Homecoming Day. Photo By RAndR Event ProsLee Homecoming Day hosted a pinewood derby race for anyone. The winners of the race, pictured from left to right, are: 2ndplace winner Landon Douglas, 1stplace winner Tegan Hayland and 3rdplace winner Lynzee Douglas. Standing behind the winners is 2015 Miss Lee, Faith Archambault. Photo By RAndR Event ProsMadison County Clerk of Court Tim sanders, is being driven by his wife Mary Ann, during the 2015 Lee Homecoming Day Parade.

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LEE DAY WRAP UPmadison ENTERPRISE-RECORDER « Friday, MARCH 27, 2015 «9 Photo By RAndR Event ProsLocal bands entertained the festival goers. The band, Reckless Reality, played at the 2015 Lee Homecoming Day. Photo By RAndR Event ProsSeveral local “re departments were represented during the Lee Homecoming Day Parade. Photo By RAndR Event ProsTwo-year-old Stella Dickey, had a duck painted on her face by one of many vendors at the 2015 Lee Homecoming Day. Photo By RAndR Event ProsGrand Marshal Raymond Williams and wife Deborah ride in the 2015 Lee Homecoming Day parade, on a 1946 International truck owned by Gibson Farm, of Pinetta. Photo By RAndR Event ProsMayor Eddie Bell (right) and Town Manager John Anderson (left) proudly wave to the crowds during the 2015 Lee Homecoming Parade on Saturday,

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LEE DAY WRAP UP10 » Friday, March 27, 2015 » madison enterprise-recorder Photo By RAndR Event ProsThe newly crowned 2015 Miss Lee, Faith Archambault, rides in the Lee Homecoming Day Parade. Photo By RAndR Event ProsThe Deep South Steam Engine Club trade show was at Lee Homecoming Day and showed the children how steam engines work. Photo By RAndR Event ProsAt the Lee Homecoming Day, the quilt show and coloring contest winners were proudly on display inside of the Lee City Hall.Photo By RAndR Event ProsDifferent tractors were on display during Lee Homecoming Day. Photo By RAndR Event Pros2015 Miss Lee, Faith Archambault, was put right to work during the cake auction to raise money for next years event.

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The Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce announced today that at the 13thAnnual Florida State Bluegrass Festival & Chili Cook-off Event at Forest Capital State Park in Perry Florida, the worlds largest moon pie will be delivered Friday night for event attendees to feast on. Yes, all the way from Chattanooga, Tennessee, the Worlds Largest Moon Pie will be shipped in by Moon Pie employees. In addition, a truck load of Moon Pies will be hitching a ride to be given out free to the crowd on Saturday by our Moon Pie Princesses and there will be a Moon Pie Eating Contest! The event starts on Thursday, April 2nd and will run through the Friday, April 4th. Headlining the event, Grammy Nominated and IBMA Instrumental Band Lonesome River Band whose banjo player, Sammy Shelor, has won countless banjo awards from the IBMA as well as SPBGMA. Also, Grammy Nominated and IBMA Band of the Year IIIrd Tyme Out, whose lead singer Russell Moore has won countless Male Vocalist Awards including this years Male Vocalist of the Year from SPBGMA. In addition to this power house line-up we have Carolina Road with Lorraine Jordan. Carolina Road was just recognized for having the 2015 Song of the Year for Thats KentuckyŽ and for having the 2015 Female Vocalist of the Year by the SPBGMA. Also joining us are the Sideline with Jason Moore, Trinity River Band, Pure & Simple, FL State Bluegrass Band, Belle and the Band, Mickey Abraham, the Acoustic Ensemble and much more! What started out as a one day event with a few hundred attendees is now a nationally recognized three-day event with thousands in attendance from all over the United States!! There will be talented entertainers filling the park with music all three days, a Chili Cook-off event, where competitors will be competing for over $1,000 in cash prizes, food vendors, arts and crafts items, Worlds Largest Moon Pie, Moon Pie Eating Contest, and free Moon Pies!! Best of all, the entry fee is only $20 for a weekend (threeday) pass in advance and $25 at the gate (Special priced tickets for local residents available)!! In addition to all that, ticket holders can attend any one of many free music workshops held throughout the park in the areas of mandolin, banjo, fiddle, dobro and bass. The Chili Cook-off event is very popular. Contestants can enter to win cash prizes, trophies and bragging rights. For those who do not wish to enter, you can have the opportunity to purchase a cup for only $5 and eat all the chili you wish! But waitƒtheres more. Saturday, the Moon Pie Princesses will be there to give out free Moon Pies to the audience!! Show times start on Thursday at 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. Friday, things will get started at 1 p.m. and will end at 9 p.m. Saturday, the entertainment will begin at 12 p.m. and will continue through the day until 10 p.m. The event will take place at Forest Capital State Park in Perry, Fl. on Highway 19 South. So, come out to the Music Capital of the South and get your feet wet to the sound of Bluegrass & Country music!! Expect plenty of parking lot picking and fun-filled singing to the sounds of bluegrass. For more information about the 13thAnnual Florida State Bluegrass Festival event or the Chili Challenge call the Chamber office at (850) 5845366 or go to www.floridastatebluegrass.com. BLUEGRASS FESTIVALmadison enterprise-recorder « Friday, March 27, 2015 «11 STORYSUBMITTED l o n e s o m e r i v e r b a n d Forest Capitol State Park Highway 19 South, Perry Fl. & c h i l i c o o k o f f ! Featuring IIIrd Tyme Out, Lonesome River Band, Trinity River Band, Carolina Road, Pure & Simple, FL Sate Bluegrass Band, Belle & The Band and more!F o r M o r e I n f o r m a t i o n , C a l l ( 8 5 0 ) 5 8 4 5 3 6 613thannualApril 2-4www.floridastatebluegrass.com Worlds Largest Moon Pie At The 13 th Annual Florida State Bluegrass Festival & Chili Cook-off Photo SubmittedIIIrd Tyme Out is pictured above. They will be performing at the 13thannual Florida Bluegrass Festival alongside many other bluegrass bands.

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The Farm Service Agency (FSA) administers farm commodity, crop insurance, credit, environmental, conservation and emergency assistance programs for farmers and ranchers. The Madison of“ce serves Madison and Taylor Counties. There are two teams in the of“ce, the Farm Program team with four people and the Farm Loan team with three people. Mark Demott is the County Executive Director for Madison County Farm Service Agency. He is also the County Executive Director for Jefferson County Farm Service Agency. He has been in the position since 2008 and has been with the agency for 30 years. His responsibilities include overseeing the of“ce, working with the locally elected county committee of farmers and landowners that oversee the farm programs the Farm Service Agency offers and letting the people know about the farm programs. He would like people to know that they can go to the Farm Service agency website, www.fsa.usda.gov and sign up for different types of emails to receive concerning the USDA. Billie Hamrick is a Program Technician. She handles the conservation programs, farm records and eligibility for program bene“ts. She has been a Program Technician for 25 years. Her favorite part is working with the people and her least favorite part is software and computer problems. Melissa Rodgers is a Program Technician. She handles cotton and peanut loans, wetland conservation and disaster programs. She also handles the administrative work for the of“ce. Her favorite part is “guring out problems and her least favorite part is the restrictions that regulations put on the agency and having to convey that to the producers and farmers. Rodgers encourages any one with farmland to contact the of“ce. There may be something available for them. Taryn Carter is a temporary Program Technician. She has been in the position for three months. She is there to help the other Program Technicians in any way she can. She has been learning a lot about agriculture and how things are done. She loves working with everyone and the feel of a small town that her government job has. Justin Teuton is the Farm Loan Manager for 14 counties that include Lafayette, Hamilton, Suwannee, Madison, Taylor, Jefferson, Leon, Wakulla, Gadsden, Jackson, Calhoun, Franklin, Liberty and Gulf. He also covers the Virgin Islands. He is responsible for loans to farmers in the area. Were here to support the local farmers, where they cannot get “nancing with an outside commercial lender,Ž said Teuton. Teuton has been with the agency for “ve years and a Farm Loan Manager for two years. He would like farmers to know that the micro loan limits have increased from $35,000 to $50,000 and the eligibility requirements for the loans have been relaxed. The loans are for “rst time farmers, social disadvantage farmers and niche market farmers. Patricia Sorensen is a Farm Loan Of“cer. She has been with the Madison of“ce since May 2014. She was with the Jefferson County Farm Service Agency for 25 years as a Program Technician. As a Farm Loan Of“cer she administers farm loan programs similar to Teuton but with a lower lending ceiling. Her favorite part is helping farmers and meeting new people and her least favorite part is memorizing regulations that are provided to them. Everything must be done according to regulations. Sorensen encourages producers who may be having trouble “nancing their farm operations to come into the of“ce and inquire about the different programs. Amanda Hammers has been a Farm Loan Program Technician since 2008. She has been with the agency since 2007. Her main responsibility is to assist Teuton and Sorensen. She describes herself as a catchall that makes sure everything gets done. Her favorite part is talking with the producers and learning different aspects of farming. Her least favorite part is “ling. One program she would like people to know about is the youth loan program. Children can get up to $5,000 to get started in an agriculture business such as crops, livestock or beekeeping. FARM/OUTDOORS12 » Friday, march 27, 2015 » madison enterprise-recorder JESSIER. BOXGreene Publishing, Inc. FEED TIMESHow to use: The major and minor feeding times for each day are listed below. The major feeding times are the best for the sportsman and last about 2 hours, the minor feeding times can also have good success, but last only about 1 hour. Good luck and be careful out there. Major feed times are marked by an asterisk (*) The Week Of March 27 April 2, 2015 Friday March 27 12:25 AM *6:35 AM 12:45 PM *7:10 PM Saturday March 28 1:20 AM *7:20 AM 1:30 PM *7:45 PM Sunday March 29 2:00 AM *8:10 AM 2:20 PM *8:30 PM Monday March 30 2:45 AM *8:45 AM 2:55 PM *9:10 PM Tuesday March 31 3:30 AM *10:30 AM 3:40 PM *9:50 PM Wednesday April 1 4:10 AM *10:10 AM 4:20 PM *10:30 PM Thursday April 2 4:50 AM *10:45 AM 4:55 PM *11:10 PM Meet the people behind the Farm Service AgencyGreene Publishing, Inc. Photo By Jessie R. Box March ??, 2015The Farm Service Agency has two teams that help the people of Madison County, the Farm Program team and the Farm Loan team. Pictured from left to right, are: Farm Loan Manager Justin Teuton, Farm Loan Program Technician Amanda Hammers, Farm Loan Of“cer Patricia Sorensen, Program Technician Melissa Rodgers, Program Technician Billie Hamrick, Temporary Program Technician Taryn Carter and County Executive Director Mark Demott. Meet Farm Bureau’s new Field Service Representative for District 2Brad Dicks is Farm Bureaus new District 2 Field Service Representative. District 2 consists of 10 counties: Madison, Hamilton, Suwannee, Lafayette, Wakulla, Gadsden, Leon, Liberty, Taylor and Jefferson Counties. Brads “rst day was January 23 of this year. Prior to that he lived in La Belle, Fl. and was working for A. Duda and Sons. He ran the citrus harvesting for 10,000 acres. He grew up in Lake City, Fl. and attended community college there before transferring to University of Florida and majoring in AG Operations and Management. He then went on to get a Masters in Agro Business. As a Field Service Representative, he is a liaison between the county Farm Bureau of“ces and the State Of“ce. He helps strengthen the local Farm Bureau and their membership. They come to him with all their agriculture needs and he helps relay them to the State Of“ce. He, his wife, Lynsee and their two daughters currently live in Columbia County but are looking for a place in Suwannee County. When Lynsee and Brad moved to La Belle, they always planned on moving back to North Florida. This sounded like a job where I would get to go around and meet tons of new people from different backgrounds,Ž said Dicks. He had other opportunities to move back but to him this offer, seemed like the right time and opportunity.Ž His favorite part of his new job is that he gets to meet new people and learn about the agriculture in North Florida. JESSIER. BOXGreene Publishing, Inc. Brad Dicks

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Call, stop by, or email: (850) 973-3355; 1085 US Hwy 90, Madison Fl.;sparkstractor@gmail.com.3/25, 3/27 c Advertise in 100+ top newspapers statewide. Add other sta tes to your buy without making another call. CONTACT Kevin Austin 321-283-5276 kaustin@reach”orida.com Reach Florida with a single phone call! REAC H FL O RIDAHello Get the coop madison enterprise-recorder « Friday, MARCH 27, 2015 «13 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION NO. 2014-102-CA MADISON COUNTY COMMUNITY BANK Post Office Box 834 Madison, Florida 32341 Plaintiff, vs.FORECLOSURE AND OTHER RELIEF LUCAS R. CRUCE a/k/a LUCAS RAY CRUCE, SR. 2809 SW Moseley Hall Road Madison, Florida 32340; AMBER A. CRUCE 2809 SW Moseley Hall Road Madison, Florida 32341; unknown tenants; and other unknown parties in possession, including the unknown spouse of any person in possession of the property, and if a named Defendant is deceased, the surviving spouse, heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors, and all other parties claiming by, through, under or against that Defendant, and all claimants, persons or parties, natural or corporate, or whose exact legal status is unknown, claiming under any of the named or described Defendants, Defendants. _______________________________/ NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE PURSUANT TO SECTION 45.031(1), FLORIDA STATUTES TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the Final Summary Judgment of Foreclosure entered on March 24, 2015, in the above styled action I, Tim Sanders, Clerk of the Court, will sell at public sale the following described real property: A parcel of land in Section 32, Township 1 South, Range 8 East, Madison County , Florida. More particularly described as follows; Commence at a concrete monument on the North right of way (R/W) line of State Road S-360 at the intersection of East line of NW 1/4 of said Section 32 and run South 76 degrees 30 Minutes West across said SR S-360 375.6 feet to R/W concrete monument at P.C. at Station 372+68.75on South R/W line of said SR S-360; thence South 88 degrees 02 minutes 30 seconds West (base bearing) along said South R/W line 1586.11 feet to the Northeast corner and POB of the herein described parcel; thence South 12 degrees 08 minutes 30 seconds East 253.0 feet; thence South 88 degrees 02 minutes 30 seconds West parallel with said R/W line 175.0 feet; thence North 12 degrees 08 minutes 30 seconds West 253.0 feet to said South R/W line; thence North 88 degrees 02 minutes 30 seconds East along said R/W line 175.0 feet to the POB. Parcel being part of the W1/2 of said Section 32. Parcel Identification Number: 32-1S-08-0755-002-000 The sale will be held on April 23, 2015, at 11:00 a.m. (or as soon thereafter as possible, provided that said sale must be commenced prior to 2:00 p.m.) to the highest and best bidder for cash, at the West door of the courthouse in Madison County, in Madison, Florida, in accordance with Section 45.031, Florida Statutes. Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the owner of the above described property as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. 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 provision of certain assistance. Please contact Sondra Williams, court administrator, Post Office Box 1569, Lake City, Florida 32056, telephone:(386)758-2163, within 2 working days of your receipt of this notice; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Dated:March 24, 2015. TIM SANDERS, As Clerk of the Court By: /s/ Renata Keeling As Deputy Clerk March 27, 2015 and April 3, 2015 3/27, 4/3, 4/10, 4/17 3/27, 4/3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO. 2015-19-CP IN RE:ESTATE OF ALICE E. HAMMOND Deceased. ______________________________________ NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of ALICE E. HAMMOND, deceased, whose date of death was January 30, 2015, is pending in the Circuit Court for Madison County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is P.O. Box 237, Madison, Florida 32341. The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representatives attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against the decedents estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons who have claims or demands against the decedents estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of the first publication of this notice is March 27, 2015. Attorney for Personal Representative:Personal Representative: /s/ Clay A. Schnitker /s/ Joni Hughey CLAY A. SCHNITKERJONI HUGHEY Fla Bar No.349143963 NE Clover Avenue Davis, Schnitker, Reeves & Browning, P.A.Madison, Florida 32340 Post Office Drawer 652 Madison, Florida 32341 (850) 973-4186 March 27, 2015 and April 3, 2015 3/27, 4/3

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