Madison365 Week in Review for June 29


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    Madison Firefighters will celebrate the life of Richard Garner with a motorcycle ride on Saturday to raise money for scholarships. 




    Also Saturday, Orgullo Latinx will celebrate Pride Month with a picnic at Bridge Lake Point Waunona Neighborhood Center.




    Faith Place Church Pastor Harold Rayford is leaving Madison after 13 years to take on a new ministry in Ohio.




    The Madison College WorkSmart program helps young people overcome barriers to education.




    Recent La Follette High School graduate Dija Manly has been given the Women in Focus scholarship commemorating the late Dr. Virginia Henderson.



    Madison Magazine and Madison365 announced the winners of this year’s M List Awards, honoring innovation in diversity and inclusion.



    The First Listeners program is helping people keep the Ho-Chunk language alive.




    Working Capital for Community Needs celebrated 35 years of investing in Latin America.




    UW-Madison scientist Dr. Alhaji Njai and his Project 1808 has trained Ebola survivors in Sierra Leone to be ready for the next outbreak.



    While disparities in mortgage lending still exist in Madison, Black families are more likely to be approved for a mortgage here than elsewhere in the country, a new study has found.



    Madison-based Cocovaa will again be honored at the 2019 Academy of Chocolate Awards in London.




    Two women arrested in a car chase last week were released without charges and maintain their innocence.




    As the Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center undergoes major renovations, its popular summer programs will run at Badger Rock Community Center.

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