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Chuck Roberson Grand Marshal for 20th of May

Selina Iglesias: Greene Publishing, Inc. This year’s Grand Marshal for the 20th of May is Chuck Roberson, a dynamic Blues singer born in Augusta, Ga. As a child, Roberson and his family relocated to Madison, where he discovered his deep passion for music. Influenced by artists such as Bobby Bland, Little Milton, Tyrone Davis and O.V. Wright, Roberson began his music career in the mid-70s. He released several singles, including “Love Affair,” “You’re Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone,” and “I Feel It Coming.” Roberson relocated to Philadelphia in the…

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Grammy Award Winning Recording Artist, David Phelps to appear in Tallahassee

Story Submitted The unmistakable sound of multi-Dove and Grammy Award-winning recording artist, David Phelps will be featured in Tallahassee, on Saturday, May 20. He will bring his Journey of Faith Tour to the City Church, located at 3215 Sessions Rd., in Tallahassee. This exciting concert event begins at 7 p.m. Once a childhood musical prodigy from Tomball, Tx., David Phelps earned a bachelor’s degree in music from Baylor University. Since then, he has become a nationally celebrated vocalist, whose gifts and talents are matched by none. Perhaps best known as the…

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Win a Free Horse for Hands and Hearts For Horses

Debbie Snapp: Greene Publishing, Inc. The Hands and Hearts For Horses facility, in Thomasville, Ga., is competing with other like facilities around the country to win a Gypsy Vanner horse. These horses make incredible therapy partners. Kathleen Hartsfield, a resident of Jefferson County, is a regular rider who participates in the Therapeutic Riding Program at The Hands and Hearts For Horses facility. Kathleen has participated in several therapy programs throughout the years, since her accident and traumatic brain injury when she was just 18 years old.  She explains that this…

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Benefit planned for Edward Timmons, Jr.

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. On Wednesday, March 22, 23-year-old Edward (Eddie) Timmons, Jr. was involved in a tragic automobile accident. The accident caused him to be life-flighted to Tallahassee with life-threatening injuries. The accident left him with a shattered collar bone, a ripped diaphragm and other serious injuries. Doctors even had to remove his spleen due to the accident. Because of this, Timmons’ immune system is compromised, making employment very difficult to obtain. When Beverly Wood at the local 53 Bar heard of Timmons’ injuries, she immediately went into…

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