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Farm Bureau donates to Hurricane victims

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. The Madison County Farm Bureau Women’s Leadership Committee collected apples for delivery to survivors of Hurricane Michael. Due to the generosity of the community, the Madison County Farm Bureau Women’s Leadership Committee was able to collect over 13 bushels of apples in just three days! The goods were delivered to the Salvation Army food trucks on Thursday, Oct. 18, and were then distributed to Carrabelle, Port St. Joe and Panama City on Friday, Oct. 19. It was Sunday, Oct. 14, when Women’s Leadership Chair Ginny…

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Community Calendar

November 1 Faith Baptist Church will be holding revival services, beginning on Thursday, Nov. 1 and continuing through Saturday, Nov. 3.  All services begin at 6:30 p.m. Middle Florida Baptist Association Director Robert Dixon will be the guest speaker. Following revival services will be a homecoming service on Sunday, Nov. 4, with Bryan Norris providing special music. Plan on staying for lunch after the service. Faith Baptist Church is located at 1135 E US Hwy. 90, in Madison. November 2 Madison Creative Arts Academy (MCAA) will host a Fall Festival…

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Downtown Business Spotlight: Cucinella’s Brick Oven Pizzeria

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. The family business began in Rochester, N.Y., some 70-plus years ago. Today, Paul Cucinella and his family help run the best pizzeria in Downtown Madison: Cucinella’s Brick Oven Pizzeria, located at 201 SW Rutledge St., in Madison. They recently expanded, opening a second location in Perry, Fla. Selling anything from pizzas, wings and subs to salads and calzones, Cucinella’s Brick Oven Pizzeria has been open for nine years and “as long as it is with the right operators, I don’t see a lifespan,” said Paul…

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Paloma Rambana to speak at Kilpatrick Auditorium

  Ashley Hunter: Greene Publishing, Inc. Paloma Rambana is a nationally recognized 13-year-old author from Tallahassee and activist to help raise awareness about the challenges facing visually impaired students between the ages of 6-13. In Florida, infant-5 years old and children between the ages of 14-18 receive funding to assist in obtaining equipment and mobility training, but children who are 6-13 do not receive any funding assistance. Rambana started a campaign called “Fund The Gap” to request that the Florida Legislature reexamine the Division of Blind Services (DBS) and offer…

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