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Reflecting on the loss of a young black man who mattered to us

Today we learned Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne's office came out with its report announcing that Officer Matt Kenny will not face criminal charges in the March 6 shooting of 19-year-old Tony Robinson on Madison's east side.

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Women of Worthington featuring in Wisconsin State Journal

The Women of Worthington (WOW) have been contributing --big time

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Seed to Table program receives grants money and a visit from the mayor

A grant from the Wisconsin Beverage Association has expanded the Goodman Community Center's Seed to Table program, aimed at helping at-risk students embrace healthy, balanced and active lifestyles Madison, WI

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Goodman Community Center Director receives Women of Distinction award

Executive Director Becky Steinhoff recently received the Women of Distinction award from the YWCA of Madison.

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Eliminating food waste to feed more people

The Goodman Community Center was featured in Madison Magazine this month for its Seed to Table teen program. Our staff partners with farms and coalitions to make sure ingredients are distributed to families or used for community meals.

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Goodman Center hopes to feed 2,000 families

The Goodman Community Center is hoping to provide Thanksgiving baskets to an unprecedented number of children and families this year.

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TEENworks Little Library featured in documentary

A documentary about the free Little Library Movement that started in Wisconsin, featuring our TEENworks program.

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Goodman STEM program reducing the achievement gap

Neil Heinen of Channel 3000 says of the COMET program, "It's smart, it's healthy and we think it's part of the future of public education. And we're proud of this community for doing it.

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