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AKA attends conference in Atlanta

Story Submitted: Members of the Nu Omega Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. attended their  64th  South Atlantic Conference in Atlanta, Ga ., March 22 through March 26. The Regional Conference is comprised of members from Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina. Cluster IV graduate and undergraduate chapters from North Florida and South Georgia were the host chapters for this enlightening experience as members embarked upon the journey to enhance Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority’s knowledge and skills to make their sisterhood unique in every way. Over 5,600 members were in…

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New Chiropractor coming to Madison

Chris Jones: Greene Publishing, Inc. A new chiropractor is coming to Madison. On Wednesday, July 5, at 9 a.m., Madison ChiroTherapy will host an open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony. Madison ChiroTherapy will offer chiropractic, physical therapy, and massage therapy services. The clinic’s owner, Joseph Herring, is excited and committed to bringing his services to rural Madison. Herring currently works for Care Medical and Chiropractic Center in Valdosta. “I noticed more and more patients making the trip from Madison to Valdosta for care, and I wanted to bring the care to…

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Hospital volunteers honored

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. On Wednesday, May 31, Madison County Memorial Hospital (MCMH) took the time to say “thank you” to a very special group of volunteers. The MCMH Auxiliary is a group of people dedicated to making a difference in our community by providing volunteer hours to help facilitate services at MCMH. These vital volunteers man the front desk in the main lobby of MCMH, as well as in the out-patient area. They deliver mail to patients. They can even be found helping in departments such as purchasing…

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JC Fead retires after 23 plus years

Selina Iglesias: Greene Publishing, Inc. After 23 plus years of working for the Town of Greenville as Public Works Supervisor, JC Fead resigned to pursue other interests. On Friday, May 19, the Greenville Town Council, Greenville residents and notable figures of the community gathered to celebrate Fead’s retirement at Town Hall and say goodbye to a gentleman who is described as “hard working” and “always there for the community.” During the farewell gathering, attendees enjoyed cake and refreshments. Former Town Manager Jim McCroskey thanked Fead for his hard work ethic…

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