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Madison County Halloween events

October 12 – November 4 The Great Pumpkin Patch, hosted by the Madison Church of God, in connection with “Pumpkin Patch USA,” came to Madison on Thursday, Oct. 12, and will continue through Wednesday, Nov. 1. The Great Pumpkin Patch opened for pre-school tours and elementary school fields on Oct. 12. The tours and field trips will be scheduled on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. The hours of operation for the Great Pumpkin Patch will be Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 4 p.m. until 7…

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“Joe C. Peavy Memorial Highway” dedicated

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. What has taken over a year to accomplish finally came to pass on Tuesday, Oct. 17 when a section of Hwy. 53 N was dedicated as “Joe C. Peavy Memorial Highway.” Highway 53 North from US Hwy. 90 to the state line is now Joe C. Peavy Memorial Highway. The Florida Legislature voted to rename the highway during the last legislative session, but the process of naming the highway began over a year ago. According to Madison County Commissioner Rick Davis, that was when a…

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A Women’s Pregnancy Center holds annual banquet

Nancy Taylor: Greene Publishing, Inc. On Tuesday, Oct. 17, community members gathered at Divine Events for A Women’s Pregnancy Center’s (AWPC) Annual Celebration of Life Banquet. The decorations included the typical baby bottles, each filled with pink or blue confetti; but at each place setting, there was a puzzle piece magnet with the scripture, “You are an important piece of this great tapestry, each of you, for the glory of God in Christ Jesus…” (1 Corinthians 12:27). The evening began with a welcome and blessing by board member, Ferrell Morris….

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Madison Kiwanis Club plans to “Light Up Madison”

Nancy Taylor: Greene Publishing, Inc. The Kiwanis Club of Madison is planning the Seventh Annual Light Up Madison event for Saturday, Dec. 2. Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world one child and one community at a time. The purpose and goal for Light Up Madison is to offer families an evening of holiday celebration at no cost to them (except if they choose to purchase food). During the event, families will be able to enjoy a Lighted Parade, a visit with Santa, crafts, games,…

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