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Marƶeń, Madison’s newest contemporary art gallery is now open on Atwood Avenue, an ideal venue for artists and art lovers. The Grand Opening is scheduled from 5-9 p.m. on Friday, October 10, where guests can enjoy refreshments, live music, and see new works by artists Barbara Westfall and Aaron Laux. Started by artist and businesswoman Margaret LeMay, Marƶeń hosts works that are intended to inspire and push the boundaries of a traditional gallery; its mission is to be accessible to both art enthusiasts and novices alike.
In recognition of her 36 years of leadership in both the Wisconsin and national advertising community, Marsha Lindsay, CEO and founder of Madison advertising agency Lindsay, Stone & Briggs, was inducted into the Wisconsin Advertising Hall of Fame. Marsha has the honor of being the first woman included in the prestigious hall of fame. Her induction comes on the heels of LSB becoming the first Wisconsin agency to be named Small Agency of the Year Midwest 2014 by Ad Age magazine.
Rogers Behavioral Health System, Wisconsin’s largest, not-for-profit mental health and addiction services provider, is opening its first treatment center outside of Wisconsin in Tampa, Fla., on Monday, September 29.
The Capital Fund Raising Committee (CapFunds) serves the Dane County, Wisconsin, business community through collaboration between the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce and United Way of Dane County. Its primary purpose is to review plans for capital campaigns of non-profit organizations that intend to seek support from the business community, strengthen the soundness and success of campaigns through application of best practices and scheduling, and provide information so that each business executive can make an educated decision about supporting the campaign that is in the best interest of his or her business. This Newsletter gives you a look into the recent, current, and future capital campaigns.
Goodwill Industries of South Central Wisconsin will open its newest retail store and donation center, at 2111 McCoy Road, in the Prairie Square shopping center in Sun Prairie, at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 1.
Seventy-eight percent of the organization’s revenue is generated through the sale of donated goods. In 2013, nearly 1,700 local residents received services, assistance or training from Goodwill. Also, Goodwill gave over 25,000 pounds of donated goods to non-profit organizations serving area residents in need.