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Madison365 Week in Review for August 13


Here are our most popular stories of the week.

Two Dane County Board committees have recommended denial of a Black Caucus plan to bring the jail consolidation project back under budget.



CEOs of Tomorrow have added financial literacy to its entrepreneurship offerings for teens.



FOSTER’s 14th annual Back 2 Skool Bash is this weekend at Penn Park.




The Green Bay Packers Foundation committed $250,000 to the Center for Black Excellence and Culture.




Black Girl Magic will host its back to school event at Elver Park on August 28.




End Times Ministries International gave away more than 1,000 backpacks full of supplies at its annual back to school event last weekend.



Dane County awarded grants to five school districts to augment mental health staffing.




Ian Edwards is headlining Madison Comedy Week at the free Pursuit of Happiness Sessions this weekend.



Nikki Purvis has been named CEO of the African American Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin.




The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum have issued two special edition LeRoy Butler bobbleheads as he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.


Madison native and Gonzaga soccer player Demitrius Kigeya was named Western Coast Conference preseason all-conference for the fourth consecutive year.

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