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ASK asks for help

Chris Jones: Greene Publishing, Inc. ASK is a local group that helps children with disabilities participate in activities throughout the year. It also helps pay for the children to attend their very own summer camp at Cherry Lake. Once a month, the group meets at the camp in Cherry Lake. While parents are required to be present, their interaction  is minimal and each child is assigned their own counselor. ASK is holding an event at Four Freedoms Park in Madison on Friday, Mar. 31 from 5-7 p.m.  The purpose of…

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Made To Order Catering hosts Business After Hours

Emerald G. Parsons: Greene Publishing, Inc. The Jan. 17 Business After Hours was held this past week at Made To Order Catering/Divine Events, located at 5801 Colin Kelly Hwy, in Madison. Friends, community leaders, business owners/employees, and Chamber members all gathered at Divine Events to enjoy good food, fun and fellowship. Made To Order Catering is a full service catering company providing home cooked delicious meals for parties of 10-250 people.  The Divine Events banquet room is available for weddings, baby showers, rehearsal dinners, class reunions, business meetings and other…

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55 Plus Club is entertained by skit

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. During the monthly meeting of the 55 Plus Club on Wednesday, Jan. 11, members were treated to a lighthearted skit: Accessories R Us, by Dawn Conroy. The skit was performed by members of the Hickory Grove United Methodist Church: Sandra Ulm, Peggy Wooten, and Jennifer Williams. The skit took a humorous look at the things people try to put on as an exterior show of what is in a person’s heart. In addition to the skit, members enjoyed a meal provided by members of Pinetta…

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Archaeological site makes BBC news

Lazaro Aleman: Greene Publishing, Inc. The Page-Ladson archeological site in the Aucilla River keeps getting national and international attention, the latest being the site’s inclusion among a selection of the most exciting discoveries in the world of archeology in 2016, as reported by the BBC. It’s a fact of today’s interconnected world that whatever happens in one corner of the globe is almost instantaneously known everywhere else. And naturally, any national or international notice of local sites accrues recognition to Monticello and Jefferson County alike. On Tuesday evening, Jan. 3,…

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