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Madison County Record to form citizens reader committee

By Staff
The Madison County Record is in the process of forming a reader advisory committee.
This committee will be comprised of residents of the Madison community who share an interest in the growth of this publication. Once the committee is formed, there will be quarterly meetings scheduled that will be held here at the Madison County Record offices on Hughes Road. The names of the reader advisory committee will be listed in our paper each week.
We are looking to increase the size of our readership of the paper and we'd like to get support from the community and get feedback from the community on what we can do to improve the quality of stories we publish in the paper each week.
The size of the committee will be limited to six members and can come from any sector of the community. If you are interested in becoming a member of the committee, call 772-6677 or e-mail Thomas Tingle at tom.tingle@themadisonrecord.com
We will form this committee at the end of February. Our first quarterly meeting will be held in March.

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