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“We Still Got It” hosted by Boyz to Kings

Story Submitted It might have been the hip music, humorous skits, or the delightful meal served by the Madison grass roots organization, “Boyz to Kings,” but on Saturday, July 29, at the Madison Senior Citizens Center, hopes and expectations were flying high for the couples at the event hosted by IMPACT, the Sexual Risk Avoidance program with the Florida Department of Health in Madison.  The mission of the DOH-Madison IMPACT program is to educate parents and teens about health and sexual responsibility.  “We Still Got it” gave parents of the…

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NFCC offers students and community opportunity of a lifetime

Nancy Taylor: Greene Publishing, Inc. On Monday, Aug. 21, the faculty members of the Science Department of North Florida Community College (NFCC) were tremendously excited to be able to witness the  eclipse phenomenon and offer the opportunity for the NFCC faculty, staff and students to see it as well. Some professors even moved their classes outside so the students could experience it, but it wasn’t just for the students’ benefit. The teachers were equally excited. Dr. Guenter Marsch holds a doctorate in physics, and he went around the crowd explaining…

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Local author shares her Madison County roots

Rick Patrick Greene Publishing, Inc. Sue Chamblin Frederick’s words paint a poignant picture drawn from the memories she has of her grandfather’s general store in Pinetta. These memories come to life in her latest book, The Front Porch Sisters, due to be released in Oct. The Front Porch Sisters is the seventh novel penned by Frederick. Her other works include: The Boarding House, Madame Delafloté Impeccable Spy, The Incredible, Grandma Takes a Lover, Eversweet and The Unwilling Spy. The Front Porch Sisters was written with the assistance of Dale Gibson,…

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Schoelles and Associates Hosts Business After Hours

Emerald G. Parsons: Greene Publishing, Inc. The Aug. 15 Business After Hours was held last week at Schoelles and Associates, located at 439 SW Range Ave., in Madison. Friends, community leaders, business owners/employees, and chamber members all gathered together to enjoy good food, fun and fellowship.  Hors d-oeuvres of: a cheese tray, full of a variety of cheeses and meats, a vegetable tray with a variety of vegetables and dip, a mixture of dessert cakes and punch were served to all attendees. Schoelles and Associates is family-owned and operated and…

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