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Meet your neighbor: Courtney Fox

Mickey Starling reporter3@greenepublishing.com Courtney Fox grew up in Madison, but graduated from Taylor County High School. “I got myself right back to Madison,” said Fox, who appreciates the special bond that the residents of Madison share. “I love the people in Madison. They’re more like family and everyone greets each other,” said Fox. Fox finds herself to be a very busy lady these days. She is currently enrolled at North Florida College, pursuing an associate of arts degree in Business and Arts. Fox is also excited about opportunities in the…

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Deidre Myers: new on the scene at GES

Savannah Reams editor@greenepublishing.com Greenville Elementary School (GES) welcomed a new staff member at the start of the 2019-2020 school year. Deidre Myers arrived on the scene and is the new second-grade teacher on campus. Myers, like every new teacher, has realized just how much effort, hard work and patience goes into the profession. However, she has faced every obstacle like a champ and has no plans to hang it up any time soon. She is determined to give her students her all and sees herself educating children for years to…

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Barrs breeds culture of success

Mickey Starling reporter3@greenepublishing.com Janna Barrs found her way to Madison after leaving a banking career in the St. Cloud/Kissimee area, where she worked mainly in real estate development for Barnett Bank.  The Orange Park native was sure there was more she could do to better improve the lives of those around her and it wasn’t long before she ended up at Madison Academy, now Madison Creative Arts Academy (MCAA). Barrs began her new career at the Academy in 2000, where she team taught fourth and fifth grade with Kim Whigham….

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Pam Blue: “Loving the kids”

Rick Patrick rick@greenepublishing.com In one of his letters to the church in Corinth, the Apostle Paul told the church members: “If I speak in the tongues of men or of angels, but do not have love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal.” (I Corinthians 13:1 NIV) Visiting the classroom of Madison County Central School (MCCS) first-grade teacher Pam Blue, one can easily see this Bible verse being personified on a daily basis. Blue’s sincere love for the students in her care is clearly a driving force…

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