Community News 

Local chapter looking to serve Madison County

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. Attention ladies of Madison County! Are you someone who likes to spend their time on a shooting range, looking to further your knowledge and expertise in skill and knowledge? Then a local chapter known as The Well Armed Woman (TWAW) of the Big Bend is looking to add you to their membership. TWAW Shooting Chapter is a non-profit organization that organizes local groups of women around the country that meet monthly to practice, learn and grow as shooters. TWAW strives to create opportunities for women…

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Church 

Greenville church announces young adult class

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. Bryant Thigpen has announced that his church, St. John’s Missionary Baptist Church, will now be offering a young adult class on Sunday’s beginning at 10 a.m. “I am excited to announce we are launching a group for young adults. It’s going to be fun getting to hang out while growing in our faith together,” said Thigpen. “We’ll be talking about real-life struggles we face as young Christians in a not-so-Christian friendly word.” Thigpen also stated that the group will be talking about hardships and difficulties…

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Front Page 

Know before you vote: Amendment Six

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. This is the sixth in a series of articles that will appear in the Madison Enterprise-Recorder. Each article will examine one of the 13 proposed constitutional amendments that will be appearing on the Florida elections ballot on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018. This week’s article takes a look at Amendment Six. The sixth amendment facing Florida voters on the November ballot addresses the judicial system in the state. There are three separate components to this amendment: the establishment of “Marsy’s Law,” an increase in the mandatory…

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From the sunny side… Angels and new beginnings

Recently, I was visiting with one of my co-workers who was looking through old newspapers in order to find something for the “Way Back When” section of our weekly History page. One of the old newspapers she was looking at was from July of 1978. I thought back to what I was doing at that time. I had graduated from high school a couple of months before and I was making plans to attend North Florida Junior College (NFJC). When I came to Madison for orientation, I was excited to…

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