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From priority mail to hitting the trail…

Chris Jones: Green Publishing, Inc. On Friday, July 28, the Post Office in Madison held an all-day retirement party for Sales and Service Associate Opal Strickland. Strickland started working for the United States Postal Service in 1987, as a window clerk in Jasper. She transferred to the Perry Post Office in 1991; and in 1996, she transferred again this time to the Madison office. During her nearly 30 years with the Postal Service, Strickland has worked for seven different Postmasters. She also served as Officer in Charge of the Greenville…

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Boys and Girls Club helps kids reach potential

Savannah Reams: Greene Publishing, Inc. The Boys and Girls Club (BGC) of Tabula Rasa is an organization dedicated to serving the youth in our communities. Boys and Girls Club has a positive partnership with the Madison County School District and provides services for students K-8 at Lee, Pinetta, Greenville, and Madison County Central School, all free of charge. BGC’s mission statement is, “To inspire and enable all youth, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.” Throughout the academic year, kids are…

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Madison County Memorial Hospital hosts Business After Hours

Emerald G. Parsons: Greene Publishing, Inc. The July 18 Business After Hours was held last week at the Madison County Memorial Hospital (MCMH), located at 224 NW Crane Ave., in Madison. Friends, community leaders, business owners/employees, chamber members and hospital board members all gathered together to enjoy good food, fun and fellowship.  Hors d’oeuvres of chicken salad puff pastries, a variety of fruit and petit fours was served to all guests, along with lemonade and bottles of water. MCMH has been serving the families of Madison County  24 hours a day,…

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33rd Annual Peanut Boil at Midway Church of God

Jacob Bembry: Greene Publishing, Inc. Midway Church of God will host its 33rd annual peanut boil and gospel sing this Saturday, Aug. 5, beginning at 5 p.m. Everyone can enjoy delicious boiled peanuts, desserts, tea, soft drinks, and water free of charge. At 7 p.m., everyone will move into the church where there will be music furnished by the Reflectsons. After 24 years in the Gospel Music arena, The Reflectsons are still perpetuating a rich tradition in the most modern Progressive Southern Gospel Music of our time. From their obscure…

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