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Madison family goes viral

Savannah Reams: Greene Publishing, Inc. Recently, a home video has stormed the internet. It features a little girl shuffling to the music from the hit video game, “Fortnite.” Soon, the girl is joined by all three of her big brothers in an epic dance session, including impressive and, at times, hilarious moves inspired by the game. “When Little Sister Wants to Dance” is performed by the Vullo siblings, who call Madison their hometown. Parents, Michael and Leslie Vullo moved their family to Madison in 2003 and lived here up until…

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Foundation now accepting applications

Story Submitted The North Florida Community College (NFCC) Foundation is now accepting scholarship applications for students planning to enroll for the 2018 Fall Term at NFCC. NFCC awards a variety of individual and organizational scholarships each term to eligible students as supplemental funds to help cover the cost of tuition, books and fees. The scholarships require that all applicants must have a 2.0 GPA to be considered for any foundation scholarship. Some scholarships require a higher GPA. The deadline for entry is Wednesday, Aug. 1. NFCC scholarships may be applied…

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Business After Hours at Lake Park of Madison

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. On Tuesday, July 17, Madison County Chamber of Commerce members and their guests enjoyed Business After Hours hosted by Lake Park of Madison, located at 259 SW Captain Brown Rd., in Madison. For the approximate 19 guests in attendance, a great finger-food table was set up for refreshments from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. For door prizes, two bottles of wine and a $25 gift card to a selection of restaurants were given away. Lake Park of Madison is a 120-bed skilled nursing and rehabilitation…

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Flea Across Florida slated for Sept. 14 and 15

Story Submitted The 16th Flea Across Florida (FAF) is just two months away. So, now is the time to start planning your sale. FAF is a great way for your club or organization to raise money. People from all over the Southeast come to find their treasures. It is a unique opportunity to showcase your community, club and organizations. There is no fee to participate, all it requires is a legal place to have your sale. Thousands of people travel across US Hwy. 90 hunting for those hidden treasures. Your…

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