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Past Madison, WI Event: VOL 25

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The Home Stretch: Ending Family Homelessness in Dane County

BY SARAH CEPONIS
@ VOL 25 ON FEB 15, 2018

Over 500,000 people reside in Dane County, but not all of those people actually have a place to call home. United Way and its partner agencies have made great strides over the past decade in ensuring homelessness is rare and brief, but there is still important work to be done-and if we each step up to play a part, we can end family homelessness here.

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UW Madison : Did You Know...

BY MELISSA SIMON
@ VOL 25 ON FEB 15, 2018

University of Wisconsin Madison has been innovating since its founding in 1848. We are your state university, and from the earliest days of our shared history, UW Madison has madie it our mission to benefit all citizens of the Badger state. Our campus might get cold in the winter, but it's still a hotbed for creative and innovative activity year-round. This presentation gives you a glimpse of some of those happpenings across campus and how your university is impacting the community, the state and the world.

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Making Our Community Great by Helping Those Who Struggle with Hunger

BY KRISTOPHER TAZELAAR
@ VOL 25 ON FEB 15, 2018

Kristopher Tazelaar, the Communications Manager for Second Harvest Food Bank is going to ttell you some stories aobut those facing hunger, and help you understand how they are served. Since 1986, the Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin has put more than 100 million meals on the tables of the 1 in 8 who are fracing hunger in southwestern Wisconsin.

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Wisconsin Technology Council: A Resource for the State and the Region

BY CASSIDY WARTENWEILER
@ VOL 25 ON FEB 15, 2018

Based in Madison: The Wisconsin Technology Council is a statewide reasuource for policy makers, entrepreneurs, investors and others who touch the state's tech based economy. Its programs and projects help pull together Wisconsin's diverse technology interests.

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Healthy Lakes. Healthy Community.

BY JAMES TYE
@ VOL 25 ON FEB 15, 2018

Lakes are the center of our community. People rely on them for recreation, and businesses rely on them for recruitment. The Clean Lakes Alliance knows the more people realize our lakes are the center of our community, the more they will fight for their health. Executive Director James Tye will take a look at what is being done and what we need to do to ensure lake health in the Yahara Watershed.

Van Nutt
Executive Director, Middleton Chamber of Commerce in Middleton
James Tye
Executive Director, Clean Lakes Alliance in Madison
Sarah Ceponis
United Way of Dane County
Lex Poppens
Overture Center for the Arts
Kristopher Tazelaar
Communications Manager, Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin
Karen Bednar
Common Wealth Development
Cassidy Wartenweiler
Wisconsin Tech Council