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Madison Hosts Friends of Madison Firefighters Annual Firefighters Fall 5K/10K

Champion Cheerleaders to Compete in Loganville

By Jamison Hooks The day is nearing closer and closer for the Morgan County High School Competition Cheerleaders as they prepare for their upcoming competition at Loganville High School on October 18. When the squad traveled to Grayson High School to perform their routine for the first

Living The Dream: Madison-based Lake Oconee Living Magazine Hosted Dream Home Events Raising $100,000

  By Andrea Gable EATONTON – The 2014 Lake Oconee Living Dream Home raised $100,000 for Extra Special People, Inc.(ESP), through local sponsorships and private contributions during this weekend’s Tour & Gala. ESP is working to raise funds for a dream home of their own – a

Humane Society of Morgan County hosting low cost Rabies Clinic

The Humane Society of Morgan County is hosting a low cost rabies clinic on Sunday, Oct. 19 from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. at the Humane Society of Morgan County Adoption Center located in Madison at 1170 Fairground Road. Each vaccine for rabies, for parvo/distemper or for

Madison’s Connie Zachary wins $100 Citizen Contest

Madison & Morgan County: Yesterday’s

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Thursday, October 16 • Madison AA meetings every Sunday and Thursday Call (706-318-1551) for more information. • Coffee and Creations from 9 am to 10:30 am. Open studio time to gather with creative friends over coffee. $5.00 per person. Bring your own creative projects and just have fun together. If

Madison-based Ferst Foundation achieves huge milestone

Special to the Citizen: Local nonprofit organization Ferst Foundation for Childhood Literacy achieved an important milestone by mailing its four millionth book in October. For Ferst Foundation for Childhood Literacy 2014 is a banner year when it comes to making a difference in the lives of children

Flu vaccine available at Health Department

Special to the Citizen: Flu vaccines are available at the Health Department now for only $25.00. Influenza seasons are unpredictable, and can begin as early as October. Additionally, it takes about two weeks after vaccination for antibodies to develop in the body and provide protection against influenza

Open House at Crossroads

Jamison Hooks Staff Writer Board of Education (BOE) members attended an open house at the Crossroads Alternative Education Program in order to recognize the schools hard work and positive strides. “When I first came in, I began to create this idea that we need to celebrate education,