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Eight from Madison County make Dean’s List

Story Submitted by NFCC North Florida Community College (NFCC) student Jordan Messer has been selected as the Chancellor’s Clark Maxwell Scholar Student of the Month by the Florida College System for December of 2018. “Jordan is a very sought after tutor, an extremely competent and helpful library student worker, and a high-achieving student in a very demanding academic program,” said Lynn Wyche, Director of Learning Resources at NFCC. “Her willingness to assist with special projects within the nursing program and the Learning Resources department has solidified her stellar reputation with…

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NFCC student honored by Florida College System

Story Submitted by NFCC North Florida Community College (NFCC) student Jordan Messer has been selected as the Chancellor’s Clark Maxwell Scholar Student of the Month by the Florida College System for December of 2018. “Jordan is a very sought after tutor, an extremely competent and helpful library student worker, and a high-achieving student in a very demanding academic program,” said Lynn Wyche, Director of Learning Resources at NFCC. “Her willingness to assist with special projects within the nursing program and the Learning Resources department has solidified her stellar reputation with…

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LES to hold holiday food drive

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. From now until Friday, Nov. 9, Lee Elementary School (LES) is hosting a holiday food drive for the purpose of helping supply families with a hearty Thanksgiving meal on Thursday, Nov. 22. Donations of canned foods are welcomed. LES is also looking for local businesses or families to consider donating towards the purchase of turkeys to complete the Thanksgiving meal gifts. For more information, call LES at (850) 973-5030. LES is located at 7731 E US Hwy. 90, in Lee.

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Cowboys “adopt” hurricane victims

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. In a continuous effort to teach more than just football Xs and Os, Madison County High School (MCHS) Head Football Coach Mike Coe has pledged the support of his team to the efforts to help rebuild in the wake of Hurricane Michael. “I would love to ‘adopt’ Blountstown, Port St. Joe, Franklin County, Mosley and Marianna’s football programs during their tough journey post-Hurricane Michael,” said Coach Coe over the past weekend. Coach Coe said he has an affinity for these schools partly because of the…

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