Madison365 Week in Review for March 9


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    Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne declined to file charges against an administrator who allegedly assaulted a sixth grader at Whitehorse Elementary.



    The Shamrock Shuffle is next weekend, now fully under management of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Dane County.




    American Family Chief Marketing Officer Telisa Yancy was named one of the most powerful women in corporate America by Black Enterprise.




    The Brew City Legends indoor soccer team clinched the Midwest Division title with an 11-9 home win.




    Award-winning filmmaker Keith Beuchamp will lecture at Edgewood College next month.




    The Urban League of Greater Madison is seeking tutors for its Schools of Hope program.




    Montie Bowie plans to put listening at the center of his campaign for school board in Sun Prairie.




    Madison Metro is now accepting submissions of poetry to adorn its busses.




    The competition will be fierce as always at this weekend’s Men Who Cook fundraiser.




    The Fox Valley Boys and Girls Club’s STAR program earned a Game Changer grant from Forward Community Investments to help support Black students.

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