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Town of Lee’s Christmas Lighting Contest

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. The Town of Lee has announced their Christmas lighting contest! Get in the spirit and decorate your house and yard with your best lights and props to win a prize! To enter into this contest, you must be a customer of the Town of Lee utilities. There’s no form to sign, just hang your lights and flip the switch on. Judging will take place on Thursday, Dec. 14. You must have your lights and decorations up and running by Thursday, Dec. 14. The first-place winner…

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Knitting club welcomes new members

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. The Greenville Public Library opens their doors to the Knitting Club every Wednesday, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m., and sometimes past that specified time. Stewart MacIver began the club and now welcomes anyone who will to join him, his mother and other members of the club. Every member in the club knits and crochets a variety of things. Items such as baby hats, blankets and sweaters are made during their time at the club meeting and even in their spare time outside of the…

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Remembering 100 years with Jargo Clark

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. Anytime a person reaches the milestone of their 100th birthday, that is reason enough to celebrate. When asked what he planned to do in order to celebrate this year, Jargo Clark – who will be turning 100 on Monday, Dec. 4, says “Probably not much.” That is the kind of humility Clark exudes on a daily basis. Although Clark is very careful to avoid even the appearance of boasting, Clark’s long life has been one of accomplishment, and more importantly, service to others. “I’ve always…

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Nestle waters manager becomes chamber board member

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. In mid-July, the Madison County Florida Chamber of Commerce announced that Aaron LeGars, factory manager of the Nestlé Waters North America (NWNA) bottling plant in Lee, was the newest board member. LeGars relocated to Madison from Framingham, Ma. in February to serve as Nestlé Waters’ factory manager at the facility, which employs some 175 area residents. He brings an extensive background in business and manufacturing management, having previously served as an operations manager, business unit manager, HR manager and production supervisor for Nestlé Waters. “We…

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