Madison365 Week in Review for May 11


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    Freedom Inc founder M Adams was our guest on Real Talk with Henry Sanders.

    Beloved basketball coach Tony Jones passed away suddenly this week.

    One City Schools will host free soccer camp for youngsters the next four Saturdays at Penn Park, coached by former pro Henry Aiyenero.

    Artist and art educator Frank Juarez has been instrumental in building Sheboygan’s arts community.

    MMSD Superintendent Jennifer Cheatham is leaving to take a teaching position at Harvard.

    Madison’s 30th annual Juneteenth celebration is coming next month.

    The inaugural Magic Festival will be a time to celebrate diversity in Madison’s LGTBQ community.

    Forward Madison FC’s Don Smart earned USL League One Player of the Week honors for his 2 assists and 1 goal in the 3-1 win over Toronto FC II.

    Madison’s Alnisa Allgood is one of the 25 most influential people in nonprofit tech, according to BizTech Magazine.

    The Wisconsin Historical Society is seeking diverse voices in planning its new museum.

    The Boys and Girls Club of Dane County has hired Sarah Ghee as its new Chief Operating Officer.

    La Movida Radio won a major award from the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association.

    The fourth annual Black Women’s Leadership Conference focused on health and wellness.

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