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Member News

Member News is the place were DMI members can share newsworthy announcements on the DMI website. Submissions include upcoming events, award recognitions, employee promotions, and much more. Check out what's happening with DMI members below!

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To make a submission online, please use the Member News Submission Form


General News

Posted on 10/11/2018
Madison Metro Transit is dedicated to providing excellent service that reflects the goals and values of the City of Madison's Racial and Social Justice Initiative. In order to improve and make sure they are providing equitable service for all, they need to know more about riders, the trips they are taking and how the current service works for them. Information gathered is meant to provide a snapshot for staff to better understand customers and their experience. Click here to take the survey now. 


Posted on 10/11/2018
Place an order for baked goods from Just Bakery in the month of October, and you won’t just be rewarded with delicious treats, you’ll be helping Leadership Greater Madison raise awareness and support for this incredible organization. Your purchase directly supports Just Bakery students! Sales cover everything from classroom books to ServSafe® certification fees to baker’s jackets. To place an order at Just Bakery click here!


Posted on 9/21/2018
Bob Burns has stepped down from his leadership role in BCycle to focus on Government Relations & Advocacy for Trek. As BCycle hits two major milestones this year—10 years and 50 cities—Bob is handing the reins over to Morgan Ramaker as Executive Director of BCycle and to Brian Conger as her second in command. Along with the incredible team at BCycle, they are excited to build upon the organization’s solid foundation and forge a path for the next 10 years and beyond.


Posted on 9/21/2018
A Greater Madison Vision and the Capital Area Regional Planning Commission want your input! Over the next 25 years the region’s population is expected to grow by another 150,000 people. You can explore and evaluate choices for future growth and development in our region through an online survey between September 12 and November 12, 2018. The survey gathers public input for the next regional development plan, which will guide regional growth and development through 2040. If you live, work or play in the Greater Madison Region, help future leaders learn what is most important to you! Click here to take the 10-minute survey.


Posted on 9/10/2018
The City of Madison is creating a Historic Preservation Plan and is looking for your help in identifying the places that have shaped the cultural, social, and physical character of the city. These places, no matter how big or small, are important in representing the collective history of all Madison residents. Please help them out by taking a picture of you (or part of you) at a place in Madison that is significant you, your family, or community and tell us why you value it! Then send an email with the picture to historicpreservation@cityofmadison.com

Events

Posted on 10/8/2018
Get tickets for How I Became a Pirate at the Children's Theater of Madison. A musical adventure filled with a treasure-trove of songs, pirates and plenty of pirate jokes! Shows are running from February 16th to March 2nd. Click here for more details. 


Posted on 10/8/2018
Get tickets for A Christmas Carol at the Children's Theater of Madison. Step back in time to Victorian England with one of Madison's most treasured family traditions. Shows are running from December 8th to December 23rd. Click here for more details. 


Posted on 10/5/2018
Get tickets to see Charlotte's Web at the Children's Theater of Madison! One of the most beloved classics of all time about friendship, loyalty and one Terrific Pig! Enjoyed by everyone ages 6 and up. Shows run from October 5th - October 21st. Click here for more details.


Posted on 10/3/2018
TMA+Peritus is honored to have been selected to open the new DreamBank of Madison with their award-winning keynote address: Of Socrates, Plato & Aristotle: How Thought Leadership Drives Stronger Sales, Marketing & Corporate Ethics. This is the same keynote presented by Tom Marks throughout the country, but never to the public, and never in our hometown of Madison. This is really one of the only times you'll be able to see this presentation free-of-charge, compliments of DreamBank, on Tuesday, November 6th. Click here to register.


Posted on 10/1/2018
Join Second Harvest Food Bank on Thursday, Nov. 1st from 11:30am-1pm at the Alliant Energy Center for their Power of One luncheon. There will be networking, an inspirational message about the Power of One More Meal and the announcement of their 2018 Be Like Mike award recipient. This year, the first $20,000 raised at the event will be MATCHED by Affiliated Engineers, Inc. Join Second Harvest Food Bank during the 2018 NBC15 Share Your Holidays to eliminate hunger campaign and help us provide “One More Meal”! For more info, click here.


Posted on 9/21/2018
Madison-area Urban Ministry invites you to A Night Out for Healing House at HotelRED on Tuesday, October 23, 5:00pm - 8:00pm. Hors d'oeuvres & cash bar, silent auction, and live music by Hannah Busse. Please register online at https://healinghouse.eventbrite.com/.


Posted on 9/21/2018
Join The Edgewater for a cozy autumnal celebration at the inaugural Fall for Music at the Edgewater on November 10th from 1-4pm! Ten lively ensembles of talented young people ages 7-18 from Madison Youth Choirs (MYC) will perform on The Grand Plaza, accompanied by a variety of fall treats, including a caramel apple bar, caricature drawings, harvest crowns and more! For more info, click here.


Posted on 9/10/2018
Please join Urban League of Greater Madison for their 50th Anniversary celebration at the 2018 Urban Cabaret on Friday, October 12th from 6 to 10 PM at the Monona Terrace Convention Center. The Urban Cabaret – Madison’s most unique and dynamic fundraising event – has captivated its audiences with an eclectic mix of local performers that has included artists, dancers, aerialists, instrumentalists, magicians, poets and so much more. Click here to RSVP.


Posted on 8/31/2018
Check out  the Dane Arts Buy Local Market this year happening on October 12th & 13th at Yahara Bay Distillers in Fitchburg. Included in DABL 2018 will be a two-month long DABL exhibition at Madison College’s Truax Gallery from August 24th-October 18th. For more information, click here.


Posted on 8/30/2018
Now in its tenth year, the Sustain Dane Summit (formerly Badger Bioneers) is a transformative day of learning, connection, and inspiration. Through hands-on activities, renowned speakers, collaborative arts and inspiring awardees, participants gain new skills, relationships and ideas to make social and environmental change. Together, we collaborate to create a more sustainable future for all! The Sustain Dane Summit will take place on Friday, November 2 from 8am-4pm at Gordon Dining & Events Center on the UW-Madison campus. Click here to register!

Awards/Recognitions

Posted on 10/11/2018
DeWitt Ross & Stevens S.C., and its affiliate DeWitt Mackall Crounse & Moore S.C., announced today that attorney Laura M. Davis of its Madison office has been named the 2018 recipient of the Jack DeWitt Pro Bono Award. Each year, the award recognizes one attorney or team of attorneys in the firm for their pro bono efforts.


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