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Cynthia (Cyndi) Marie Cunningham Kirts

Cynthia (Cyndi) Marie Cunningham Kirts, 60, passed away on Monday, May 1, 2017 following a courageous battle with cancer. Throughout her illness, Cyndi had a positive attitude towards life and her family. She was an inspiration to all those around her and never once gave in to her illness. She always expressed how much she appreciated those who supported and motivated her during her illness. Cyndi was born in Gainesville, Fl., on February 6, 1957 to Ruthie and Richard Cunningham. She graduated from Gainesville High School and later attended the…

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Community News 

Post Office customer appreciation day

Chris Jones: Greene Publishing, Inc. On Wednesday, May 3, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Madison Post Office said thank you to the community with a Customer Appreciation Day. Postmaster Erica Carmichael manned a table full of doughnuts, courtesy of Sunrise Coffee Shop; chips and salsa, courtesy of Rancho Grande; coffee, and a plethora of information and promotional material on the various services and products offered by the United States Postal Service. A large poster displaying the latest stamp collection, dubbed “Delicioso Forever,” was set up, with colorful pictures…

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Community News 

Grow your own food

Chris Jones: Greene Publishing, Inc. Farmer’s Co-Op, located at 748 SW Horry Ave., in Madison, wants locals to know that you don’t need a large plot of land to grow plenty of fresh, healthy fruits and vegetables at home. In front of the Co-Op, employee Denise Watts has planted a 30 ft. by 15 ft. organic garden. The garden is only six weeks old, but the plant growth is impressive. Watts prepped the dirt by tilling in cow manure. She then planted a large variety of plants, including tomatoes, cucumbers,…

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Church 

MCOG youth spend the night in a cardboard city

Nancy Taylor: Greene Publishing, Inc. On Friday, April 28, the youth of the Madison Church of God spent the night in cardboard boxes in the parking lot of Ace Hardware. The purpose of this “camp-out” was to give the teens a greater understanding and compassion for homeless people and to raise money for an upcoming mission trip. Not only did the teens have to spend the night outdoors with nothing overhead, but a piece of cardboard, but they also had to relinquish all of their electronics for the night. All…

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