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Wegner CPAs Staff Become Hunger Heroes for a Day

The United Way of Dane County held their annual Days of Caring on Tuesday, August 20. A team of 15 volunteers from Wegner CPAs spent half the day at the Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin in Madison, WI helping sort bulk bins of donated food for distribution among several local food pantries.

8th Annual Zoo Run Run

The Henry Vilas Zoo is hosting the 8th Annual Zoo Run Run on Sunday, September 29th. Zoo Run Run participants can choose between a 10K run, 5K run, and a 5K walk. This year, the Kids’ Roo Run Run will be more inclusive as it offers children the option of running a one-mile course, a half-mile course, or a quarter-mile course.

Greater Madison Chamber Leads Community Tour of Entrepreneurial Ecosystem in Chicago

MADISON – On Aug. 27, the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce will host members of the startup community, the Chamber board of directors, the Chamber’s small business advisory council and other business and civic leaders to locations of innovation in Chicago. The trip will include: Visit to 1871: As a premier coworking space, 1871 provides affordable workspace and access to…read more →

Child and Adolescent Psychologist Joins Rogers’ West Allis Staff

Angela Sanders, PsyD, a licensed clinical psychologist, joined the staff at Rogers Memorial Hospital where she will work primarily with children and adolescents in the inpatient program. In addition to providing professional psychology services, Dr. Sanders will develop and implement trauma informed care, which is therapy focused on helping patients who have experienced painful and traumatic events. She will also train and supervise clinical staff and students.

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