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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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Fundraiser at Pinetta Elementary

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. On Friday, April 13, you can get a great meal in Pinetta at a good price. Pinetta Elementary School (PES) is hosting a fish fry at their ball field in support for PES’s playground refurbishment. The meal will include fried catfish with delicious sides: grits, baked beans and hushpuppies. The meal will also include a drink and a dessert. You can buy your tickets now for $8; if you choose to wait until the day of the event, tickets will be $10 at the gate….

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MCAA students succeed at music festival

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. Four student members of the Madison Creative Arts Academy (MCAA) Symphonic Band recently participated in the Florida Bandmasters Association District 3 Solo and Ensemble on Saturday, February 17th at Leon High School. All four received Superior ratings (the highest possible) on their solo performances. Katie Krell performed “Dancing Song from Eight Russian Folk Songs, Op. 58” by Anatol Liadov on the alto saxophone and was accompanied by Mrs. Analine Hellman. Joshua Watts performed “Winter Carousel” by Albert Bige on the baritone horn and was accompanied…

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Student artwork displayed at Capitol

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. The artwork of three Madison Creative Arts Academy (MCAA) students is currently on display at Florida’s Capitol. Throughout 2018, the Museum has committed to commemorate 40 years of Florida’s Capitol Complex. In 1978, the vision for the Capitol included both a monument to the state’s history and a soaring new tower, which now holds the governing offices, to represent the modern and progressive Florida of the present and future. As the Capitol Hill explored the architectural, artistic, and legislative decisions that led to this new…

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