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Six NFC students step up as campus leaders

North Florida College Contributor North Florida College (NFC) is proud to recognize six students selected to lead the North Florida College Student Government Association (SGA) as officers and senators for the 2019-2020 academic year. The leaders include: Diana Carrier, President; John Williams, Vice President for Campus Relations and Activities; Jose Gomez, Vice President for Promotions; Seth Land, Treasurer; Erin Taylor, Secretary; and Savannah Brady, Senator for Civic and Governmental Engagement. NFC honored the students with an inauguration ceremony on Monday, Nov. 18, in the NFC Student Center. “This is a…

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Cowboy Up & Read enters third month Numbers are up at MCHS

John Willoughby reporter2@greenepublishing.com Cowboys wide receiver and Madison County High School (MCHS) Junior Zarrion Robinson was the first to be compensated a total of $50 for his efforts in racking up Accelerated Reading (AR) points, but he certainly wasn’t the last, after setting a precedence throughout the locker room. Now, the stars of Friday night football are looking for fresh cash, being offered through an incentive that encourages everyone, on and off the field, to not just cheer for touchdowns, but for academic success as well. And, thanks to the…

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Madison school celebrates 50-year reunion

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. Proving that they are “not finished, [they] are just beginning,” the Class of 1969 of Suwannee River High School (SRHS), of Madison, recently celebrated their 50th year since graduation with a reunion, from Friday, July 5, through Sunday, July 7. According to class member Liz Cherry, SRHS’s Class of 1969 was one of only three graduating classes from the school, which was formerly Madison County Training Academy and Suwannee River Junior College. The other two graduating classes from SRHS were in 1968 and 1970. The…

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Mechatronics camp concludes at NFC

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. Yet again, North Florida College professor Bill Eustace is proud to say that another mechatronics camp is in the book! From July 15-19, Eustace welcomed students from around the region to learn about advanced manufacturing and production technology, a field that is nearly always in demand. The camp welcomed numerous students from around the North Florida region. Approximately eleven students came from Taylor County while Eustace hosted four from Madison County. There was also one student from Mayo and one student from Branford to join…

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