Madison365 Week in Review for May 18


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    Madison365 and Overture Center will host the second annual Wisconsin Leadership Summit October 7 and 8.

    Kenosha’s William Langston won his first professional bout in the first round, and now he’s got his eyes on the biggest prize.

    Personal trainer and life coach Venus Washington, a former University of Wisconsin track athlete, aims to get both the mind and body fit.

    More than 150 AVID-TOPS students announced their college plans.

    Wisconsin Teacher of the Year Sarahí Monterrey works hard to create connections with her students.

    Forward Madison FC pulled a major upset in the US Open Cup, defeating El Paso Locomotive 3-0.

    Centro Hispano will celebrate the 16th annual Día de los Niños this weekend.

    Longtime community activist and leader Hedi Lamarr Rudd was honored with the Nan Chaney March for Justice Award.

    Madison Pastor Walter Ragland answered a call in the Fox Valley, and Appleton Pentecostal Assembly is now a growing faith community.

    Latino Chamber of Commerce President Jessica Cavazos earned the Small Business Champion Award from the SBA.

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