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Madison365 Week in Review for December 4


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The Center for Black Excellence and Culture announced it had raised $5 million, and unveiled designs and floorplans.




The Wisconsin Women of Color Network is hosting its annual scholarship fundraiser today.




The GSAFE Quilt Auction runs until Monday.





Matt Glaeser is the new head coach at Forward Madison.





Genia Stevens announced that she’ll run for a full term on the Rock County Board as well as a seat on the Beloit City Council.




Three Beloit natives bought the former Boys and Girls Club building to open a new community center focused on education and empowerment.




WEDC will be the anchor tenant at the Black Business Hub when it opens in 2023 on Madison’s South Side.




Lisa Peyton Caire is the recipient of the City of Madison’s Jeffery Clay Erlinger Civility in Public Discourse Award.




Janesville Parker officials apologized for allowing students to dress in a “gangster” theme for a girls’ basketball game.




The Catholic Multicultural Center will hold its 10th annual Radiothon fundraiser Friday.




Teen entrepreneurs will pitch their business ideas next Saturday at the CEOs of Tomorrow “These Teens Mean Business” event.

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