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Roboride Bike Giveway

By Jamison Hooks To kick off their upcoming cycling fundraiser, called Roboride 2014, The Morgan County High School Robotics team presented a new bicycle to a member of the Boys and Girls Club. Fourth-Grader Cailyn Franklin, who will be celebrating her ninth birthday on August 22, was

Rutledge Concert Series brings Two Artists Back

Leila Dycus Staff Writer For the past 10 weeks the Rutledge Gazebo has been jamming out with various artists- this week the summer concert series featured two artist that have graced the stage in previous weeks. “I want to thank everyone for coming out to last week’s

Dr. Kramer offering services in Madison

Special to the Citizen: Dr. Andrew Kramer, a general surgeon at Eastside Medical in Snellville, is offering his services right here in Madison every two weeks. Kramer, 48, opened a timeshare office, located at 1550 Eatonton Highway, to do screenings and consults for other physicians’ patients in

September Programs at Hard Labor Creek

Special to the Citizen: September is the beginning of fall. Temperatures start to cool, days are getting shorter, and it is a great time to enjoy the outdoors. Come out and explore Hard Labor Creek State Park. For more information on Hard Labor Creek State Park, or

Amici Announces Promotions to Management

Special to the Citizen: In its continuing effort to bring the finest food and service to its guests, Amici is proud to announce several promotions to its management team. Julie Harvey has been promoted to the position of Manager of Accounting and Administrative Services. In her new

Madison native works aboard missile submarine

Special to the Citizen: A 2010 Morgan County High School graduate and Madison, Ga. native is serving in the U.S. Navy as part of a crew working aboard one of the world’s most advanced ballistic missile submarines, USS Alaska (SSBN 732). Petty Officer Cameron Richard is an

Bike rewards brings big smiles at MCPS

By Leila Dycus staff writer The last day of school has finally arrived at the primary school and for some extraordinary students their reading has earned them new bikes. On Friday May 23 members of the Madison Masonic Lodge 376 F and AM made their way to

Class of 2014 Steps into their Future

Leila Dycus staff writer Every Morgan County child dreams of the day that they will gather on the field, walk across the stage receive their diploma and turn their tassel. Last Friday, May 23, this year’s Class of 2014 embraced their inner child, focused on high school

Annual FFA Banquet held at Cultural Center

Tia Lynn Lecorchick staff writer The annual Future Farmers of America (FFA) Banquet was held at Madison-Morgan Cultural Center on May 8 to recognize the efforts and achievements of FFA students during the past year. This year, several students were honored for their success. The finalists for

Broadway in the Briar Patch Theater Camp June 2nd – 6th at the Plaza

Special to the Citizen Children ages 6-18 are invited to participate in a summer camp that will offer instruction in dance, voice and acting. Boys and girls will be grouped by age and will rotate each day among the three classes. On Friday, they will perform a