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Local opportunities to assist hurricane victims

Savannah Reams: Greene Publishing, Inc. In the wake of Hurricane Michael, there are still thousands in need of assistance. Many communities across Florida’s panhandle are still without electricity and necessary supplies. There are several groups gearing up to travel to distressed areas and provide assistance. If you would like to donate to disaster relief operations, listed are some local opportunities. The Young Adult Sunday School Class at Hickory Grove United Methodist Church will have a collection booth set up in front of the church on Friday, Oct. 19, and Saturday,…

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Founder’s Day this weekend

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. This weekend, Hickory Grove United Methodist Church will be celebrating the 28th Annual Founder’s Day. The celebration will be held on Saturday, Oct. 20, beginning at 8 a.m. with festivities, fun and fellowship. As usual, there will be plenty of food, gospel singing, syrup-making and fun. The festivities begin at approximately 8 a.m., lasting until about 3 p.m. The last event on the agenda will be the Circuit Rider Preacher’s arrival for his annual message. As in past years, a message will be given by…

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Founder’s Day holds timeless memories

Story Submitted Memories are perhaps the most important things we humans possess. We try to forget the bad memories, but hang on to the good ones for a lifetime. Many remember their very first Christmas, a really special birthday or, for older folks, the date they got married to their spouse. In Madison County, many have fond memories of Hickory Grove’s Founder’s Day. Hickory Grove United Methodist Church’s Founder’s Day has been going on for nearly 30 years, and we all have some really great memories of when it all…

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Downtown Business Spotlight: A Main Street Realty

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. If there’s anyone involved in wanting to see Madison succeed, it’s most definitely Jessica Webb, owner of A Main Street Realty. Since September of 2013, Webb, with family and former clients working as agents, has wished to bring more people to beautiful Madison County and that hope remains strong today. Born in Ocala and raised mostly all over Florida, Webb moved to Madison in 1975. Receiving a doctorate in education in 2005 from Valdosta State University, Webb’s past experience includes a tenure of more than…

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