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Madison Living releases back-to-school edition

From the Publisher 

Madison Living’s back to school edition is now available.

We are excited to share our August Madison Living magazine with you today.

In the August edition we feature James Clemens High School principal, Dr. Brian Clayton. He shares his inspiration on the journey to becoming Madison’s new high school’s first principal.

Superintendent of Education for Madison City Schools, Dr. Dee Fowler, introduces the current Madison City Board of Education.

We also spotlight a home-schooling alternative for Madison residents.

In addition, we showcase the Liberty Middle School cheerleaders and their acrobatic school spirit.

The August issue features the Rotary Club of Madison’s annual fundraiser party, Parrots of the Caribbean. This is a very fun night dedicated to supporting our local community members and international community members in need.

This edition also includes a new quarterly health column by Mary Lynne Wright, president of Madison Hospital.

We look forward to keeping you in touch with Madison Hospital’s growth and new technologies.

Our goal for each Madison Living issue is to highlight the stories that make Madison a unique city to live, work, and play.

If you are a current Madison County Record newspaper subscriber, our monthly magazine is included in today’s edition.

This is a great reason to purchase a mailed subscription to our weekly newspaper edition.

Please contact us for subscription information at 256-772-6677.

As always, thank you for your readership.

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