Madison365 Week in Review for February 11


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    Madison Metropolitan School District Superintendent Dr. Carlton Jenkins announced that he will retire in July.




    Black-owned vegan restaurant Twisted Plants is opening a second location on Milwaukee’s east side.




    This weekend’s Black Women in Business Beloit Expo will honor the event’s founder, Vicki Lynn, who passed away last week.



    Dr. Larry Love has been named principal of Badger Ridge Middle School in Verona.




    Sherman Church in Madison will host a special “Love Supreme” worship service in tribute to jazz legend John Coltrane.




    Centro Hispano will break ground on its new home on February 22.




    The Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness will host its 11th annual Wear Red Day on February 18.




    Myesha Thompson, a longtime insurance and financial services professional, is the new director of the OWN IT: Building Black Wealth initiative.




    The fifth annual Black History Education Conference will highlight Black women entrepreneurs.




    Governor Tony Evers appointed Dr. Joan Prince to the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents.




    Forward Madison signed Filipino National Team goalkeeper Bernd Schippman.

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