Calling all motorcycles, cars, jeeps, scooters…anything street legal! Please join us for a Benefit Charity Poker Run on Saturday, June 4th. This ride is in honor of Catherine Maultsby, an eight-year-old Madison, FL resident, recently diagnosed with osteosarcoma (bone cancer). Catherine is undergoing extensive chemotherapy treatments at SHANDS in Gainesville. All proceeds from this ride will go directly to the Maultsby Family. Registration for “Cat’s Ride” begins at 9 a,m. the Madison County Courthouse on US Hwy 90 in Madison, Florida; first bike out at 10 a.m., last bike out at 11:00am. Stops are scheduled in Perry, Mayo, and Live Oak before returning back to Madison. Live entertainment provided by Bryan McHargue at the final stop in Madison at the Rancho Grande Mexican Restaurant. There will be a 50/50 drawing, raffle drawings, $100 best hand/$25 worst hand payouts. Cost is $10 one hand or 3 for $20. For more information, please contact Shawn or Jessica Webb at 850-464-1653, or Jamie Thomas at 850-464-1691.
Archive for May 2011
By Fran Hunt
Special from ECB Publishing, Inc.
For the first time in 30 years the Aucilla Christian Academy Warriors conquered the Regional Championship with an 11-3 victory over Melody Christian, Friday, May 13. But, in taking the Regional title, the Warriors also set Aucilla history; it is the first time ever that both the softball team and the baseball team took Regional Championships and made it to the final four in state. The Warriors face off against Miami Brito, 10 a.m., Wednesday, May 18 in Port Saint Lucie for the state final four. Back row, pictured left to tight, Brandon Darnell, Tres Copeland, Jake Armstrong, Jared Jackson, Coach Drew Sherrod, Trent Roberts, Nick Roberts and Marcus Roberts; front row pictured left to right Hunter Horne, Austin Bishop, Hans Sorensen, Russell Fraleigh, Josh Wood, Tyler Jackson and Casey Wheeler.
The Reapers of the Harvest Church in Greenville, Bible Deliverance Church in Madison and Midway Church of God in Lee proudly present live in concert from Dothan, Ala., southern gospel recording artists, The Bradys.
The exciting concert at Reapers of the Harvest Church will be held on Saturday, May 21, at 7 p.m. Reapers of the Harvest welcomes everyone to attend. For more information or for directions, please call (850) 971-5546.
On Sunday, May 22, the Bradys will appear during the 11 a.m. service at Bible Deliverance Church, located at South Range Street next to the cotton gin in Madison.
On Sunday evening, the Bradys will appear at Midway Church of God, located at 2485 SE Midway Church Road, just off County Road 255, south of Interstate 10, Lee exit.
Nominated as “Horizon Group of the Year” in southern gospel music and for a Dove award as writers of the Hoppers’ song, “Here I Am,” the Bradys are an energetic group that is igniting fires of enthusiasm all across the country.
Writing most of their own material, their radio singles are constantly in the Top 40 and Top 80 charts. Their original songs are also recorded by many other major recording artists.
This group is played regularly on the Solid Gospel Radio Network and XM Satellite Radio. Some past singles include: “After All,” “Call the Family In,” “In Gloryland,” “Press Through the Crowd,” “Roll Back Old Jordan,” “Still Walking,” “Oh This is It,” “They Just Don’t Know the God I Know,” Hosanna He’s Alive,” “Day Like That,” “I Won’t Need a Picture,” and “Might Go Home Today.”
There is no admission for any of the sings. A love offering will be accepted.