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Tell us about it, Tilly

Mickey Starling reporter3@greenepublishing.com If you live in Greenville or have ever worked in the Madison County school system, there’s a good chance you have met Matilda Thomas, known by many as “Mrs. Tilly.” The 88 year-old Thomas is a Greenville native who has devoted her life to her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Thomas learned the value of being devoted to others through the example of her grandmother, who took her under her wing. Her mother, Catherine Ferguson, had her when she was only 15 years old and was not…

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Business Afters Hours set for November 19

John Willoughby reporter2@greenepublishing.com CareerSource North Florida is set to host Business After Hours next week and you’re invited! On Tuesday, Nov. 19, from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., join North Florida’s premier workforce development center for an evening of fellowship and excitement. Located in the Pic-N-Sav complex, in Madison, CareerSource North Florida is led by Diane Head and offers a wide variety of services and tools to help a community of unemployed citizens find a job that will boost them into a successful career. The mission at CareerSource North Florida…

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Chamber of Commerce hosts successful luncheon

Savannah Reams editor@greenepublishing.com On Monday, Nov. 4, businesses and individuals came together for a monthly luncheon hosted by the Madison County Chamber of Commerce. This luncheon serves as a means for locals to share about their business or organization, network and learn more about the interesting people who make up Madison County. Attendees enjoyed a delicious lunch catered by Grumpy’s Diner, of Madison. While the assembly dined, special speaker Wanda Violet, co-founder of Madison County Florida Storytelling, educated guests about all of the wonderful happenings that will be taking place…

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A historic celebration: 29th Annual Founder’s Day

Cheltsie Holbrook cheltsie@greenepublishing.com Hickory Grove United Methodist Church welcomed Founder’s Day “lovers” during the 29th Annual Founder’s Day celebration on Saturday, Oct. 26. As in years past, fun was had, events were enjoyed and life-long memories were made. Founder’s Day was dedicated to Doris Williams Everett, Hickory Grove United Methodist Church’s oldest living member. Everett has been a member of the church for 85 years and is blessed to say that she is 97 years old. Rowland Williams, her great grandfather, donated the land, now a part of the cemetery,…

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