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MCMH recognized

Chris Jones: Greene Publishing, Inc. Madison County Memorial Hospital (MCMH) was recognized by the National Rural Health Resource Center for its exemplary leadership and innovation in the area of performance improvement. In March, MCMH was featured as the hospital spotlight in Timely Transitions, a project newsletter for rural hospitals. MCMH was chosen in recognition of their recent Financial Operational Assessment, because of the excellent work exhibited by the hospital’s team, and their dedication to implementing the consultant’s recommended best practices. Tammy Stevens, CEO of MCMH, received a letter and certificate…

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Post Office customer appreciation day

Chris Jones: Greene Publishing, Inc. On Wednesday, May 3, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Madison Post Office said thank you to the community with a Customer Appreciation Day. Postmaster Erica Carmichael manned a table full of doughnuts, courtesy of Sunrise Coffee Shop; chips and salsa, courtesy of Rancho Grande; coffee, and a plethora of information and promotional material on the various services and products offered by the United States Postal Service. A large poster displaying the latest stamp collection, dubbed “Delicioso Forever,” was set up, with colorful pictures…

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Grow your own food

Chris Jones: Greene Publishing, Inc. Farmer’s Co-Op, located at 748 SW Horry Ave., in Madison, wants locals to know that you don’t need a large plot of land to grow plenty of fresh, healthy fruits and vegetables at home. In front of the Co-Op, employee Denise Watts has planted a 30 ft. by 15 ft. organic garden. The garden is only six weeks old, but the plant growth is impressive. Watts prepped the dirt by tilling in cow manure. She then planted a large variety of plants, including tomatoes, cucumbers,…

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Exhibition showcases local sculptor works

Lazaro Aleman: Greene Publishing, Inc. Starting this Friday, May 5, the 1020 Art Gallery in Tallahassee will hold an exhibition of the sculptures of the late Bradley Cooley Sr., a longtime Jefferson County resident and well-known artist who died earlier this year at age 78. Madison Countians are very familiar with one of Cooley’s works – the Ray Charles statute in Haffye Hays Park in Greenville.  Other sculptures, produced either singularly or collaboratively, include the sculpture of St. Margaret of Scotland, on display on the front lawn of St. Margaret…

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