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Students participate in regional event

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. Two students from Madison County traveled to Jacksonville to participate in the 74th Annual First Coast Spelling Bee, presented by Chick-Fil-A on Friday, March 9. Riley Browning and Erin Burnett, both of Madison Creative Arts Academy (MCAA), took the stage at the historic Florida Theater to test their spelling skills for a chance to represent the First Coast at the Scripps National Spelling Bee, in Washington, D.C. Unfortunately, neither student placed, but the experience was one of a lifetime. The road to Jacksonville began on…

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James Madison Preparatory High School enjoys appreciation dinner

Mickey Starling: Greene Publishing, Inc. On Thursday, March 8, the Community Assessment Team (CAT) was back to doing what they do best, showing love and appreciation to the hard-working teachers and staff of Madison County schools. This time, it was the staff of James Madison Preparatory High School who were on the receiving end of their encouraging efforts. As usual, the staff went after bragging rights with the straw tower game, which continues to be enjoyed by all. Special thanks go to the following for making the dinner a delicious…

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NFCC Foundation to host anniversary gala April 14

Story Submitted The North Florida Community College Foundation has an elegant night of dinner, dancing, and dueling pianos planned for its 60th Anniversary Diamond Jubilee Gala on Saturday, April 14.  The opportunity to purchase tickets to the gala is open to the entire NFCC family – alumni, students, employees and the community. It will be a night to remember and proceeds benefit student scholarships at NFCC. “The NFCC Foundation is proud to celebrate the College’s 60th anniversary in 2018 and looks forward to bringing friends, classmates, and the NFCC family…

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Lee Elementary School enjoys appreciation dinner

Mickey Starling: Greene Publishing, Inc. The Community Assesssment Team (CAT) showed their appreciation to the faculty and staff of Lee Elementary School (LES) on Monday, Feb. 5. The staff enjoyed a wonderful dinner provided entirely by Lee United Methodist Church. The meal consisted of chicken, corn, green beans, mashed potatoes and gravy, rolls and tea. Madison County School Board members Bart Alford and Susie Williamson donated cakes for dessert as well. Ben Killingsworth did a wonderful job smoking the chicken for the event. Lori Newman spoke on behalf of Madison…

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