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Greenway Station promotes shop for charity


Greenway Station will hold a shopping event Sunday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Chico’s and Soma will donate 10 percent of purchases to the Junior League of Madison. The Junior League of Madison is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism and improving the community through leadership, said their website.

The free, public shopping event will include a raffle for a necklace donated by Chico’s as well as refreshments at both stores.

Willy Street West Hosts Camp Kenwood Fundraiser

Willy Street West Hosts Camp Kenwood Fundraiser

As part of the Good Nieghbor Celebration, Willy Stree Co-op is hosting the Good Nieghbor Griller with proceeds benefitting Camp Kenwood.

Enjoy a delicious burger, sweet potato salad and home-made lemonade for only $5.

Camp Kenwood's programs focus on cooperatives, family farms, sustainable leadership, conservation, rural communities, social justice and active citizenship.

Goodwill holds free computer collection drives


Goodwill is holding free computer collection drives from noon to 3 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 19.

The drives will be held at the following Goodwill donation centers:

  • Madison East -- 2127 East Springs Drive
  • Madison West -- 4530 Verona Road
  • Middleton -- 6661 University Ave.
  • Monona -- 2501 Royal Ave.

Goodwill accepts working and nonworking computers, hard drives, monitors, keyboards and mice and just about anything that can be attached to a computer (e.g., printers, speakers, cords), regardless of brand. It also accepts Microsoft Xbox and Zune systems and peripherals.

Donors are asked to:

Spot summer savings at sidewalk sale

This weekend is the 9th annual Summer Sidewalk Sale at Greenway Station Shopping Center and it's bigger than ever.

The sale begins on July 21 from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. and continues on July 22 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.  Over 20 stores will participate in special discounts on merchandise inside and outside their stores.

Early birds visiting the information booth located between Bath & Body Works and Francesca's Collections will receive a free gift bag including a $10 Greenway Station gift card, says the event website.  Other prize giveaways and complimentary Starbucks iced coffee will be available all weekend.

For more information about the event, visit the Greenway Station website here.

Food Pantry teaches clients how to grow their own food, seeks donations


Believing that ending the cycle of poverty comes in part with empowerment and education, Middleton Outreach Ministry, which has one of the largest Food Pantries in Dane County, is for the second year, running an innovative program to teach and give the opportunity to people in need to grow their own food.

The MOM Food Pantry Garden, which itself is in its third year, is larger than ever.  The garden, which is located across the street from the pantry on donated land, grew over 6,500 pounds of food in 2012. 

"This year, the garden has so many client gardeners with their own plots, that we are using every inch of space on the land, and have even started a melon garden on a different plot of loaned land to increase the amount of produce available at the pantry," said Cheri Farha, manager of the MOM Distribution Center, in a news release.

Clean & Green Middleton event to be held Saturday

Clean & Green Middleton event to be held Saturday


Clean & Green Middleton will be held on April 28 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The event will be held at Greenway Station at 1600 Aspen Commons.

Folks are invited to drop off donations for charities and properly recycle items all at a single location.

Donate to St. Vincent de Paul, Habitat ReStore, Middleton Kiwanis and other local charities: clothing; household goods; furniture; appliances less than 10 years old; durable medical equipment (crutches, wheelchairs, shower chairs, etc.); eye glasses; books; used and surplus construction materials, fixtures, tools and  supplies. Visit www.restoredane.org/donations for details.

Recycle safely for the environment and at NO COST to you: 

MIPD Launches New Smart Phone App

MIPD Launches New Smart Phone App

The Middleton Police Department has announced its newest approach at fostering accessibility and communication between thedepartment and the public.

Police said they've launched a new smart phone application to help smart phone users keep the department within a touch of their fingertips.

Available for free download, "MIPD Mobile" is a one-stop place to connect with the department's Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages, as well as view crime and crash reports, complete forms and submit tips.

Users can also call, email and locate the Police Department with the touch of a button.