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MCAA students take in theatre

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. On Thursday, Nov. 9, eighth grade students from Mrs. Browning’s class at Madison Creative Arts Academy (MCAA) made a trip to Gainesville to experience six live theatre plays. Play scripts ranged from Mark Twain to Edgar Allen Poe. When asked what she hoped her students gained, Mrs. Browning said, “an appreciation for classic literature and live performance.” The theatre plays were performed by a traveling company, Chamber Theatre Productions. Mrs. Browning takes her class every year to Gainesville to experience live theatre such as that…

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MCHS Vaquero Guard heading to Championships

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. Anyone who has seen the Madison County High School (MCHS) Vaquero Guard marching band this season has undoubtedly noticed a vast improvement in the band’s performance. That improvement has not gone unnoticed by those outside of Madison either. The MCHS band is ranked number 11 in the state for Class 1A. Because of this high ranking, the band has been invited to perform in the Class 1A State Marching Band Championships on Saturday, Nov. 18 in St. Petersburg, Fl. The path to St. Petersburg represents…

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MCMH staff strengthens team through education

Story Submitted Throughout Summer 2017, the Madison County Memorial Hospital (MCMH) Revenue Cycle team completed the 2017 Patient Access Recertification 90-minute education webinar and the 2017 Billing Specialist Recertification 90-minute webinar administered through HomeTown Health University, www.hthu.net. “The goal of our annual recertification webinars is to provide Revenue Cycle staff in hospitals, physician offices and healthcare networks across the United States, with pertinent information on what’s happening right now in the industry that relates to how they perform their jobs, as well as best practice recommendations ranging from customer service…

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NFCC upcoming CDL program orientation sessions Tuition scholarships may be available; Class begins Feb. 7, 2018

Story Submitted North Florida Community College (NFCC) and CareerSource North Florida are working together to help get new students on the road to success and enrolled in the College’s new Commercial Driver’s License-Class A certification program. The first 30 students to successfully enroll in the CDL program’s new class may have their tuition fully funded by CareerSource North Florida. Classes begin Feb. 7, 2018 during NFCC’s spring term and are held Monday to Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Potential students are required to attend a one-hour orientation session to…

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