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July 25thCrossroads Care Center41 Rickle Rd, Sun PrairieandHerb RX412 W Main St, Sun Prairie
Prairie Pawz LLC
Prairie Pawz LLC is member owned and managed by Emily Shabaz and Coral Cerasani-Xiao.
Services include: Daycare, Boarding, and Grooming.
Our building has soundproof rooms (formerly a radio station) that are being converted into pen style kennels with
two to four kennels per room, creating a calmer environment for your dog(s) stay. The cat boarding room has
multi-level, spacious kennels and a view of our outdoor playground. We look forward to caring for your pets.Prairie Pawz LLC 2448 Brooks Dr Sun Prairie WI 53590
A great resource for new and existing businesses is Madison Score.
We provide free business counseling, have a great low
cost “Going Into Business” class, plus other low cost seminars.
We have 45 local members with experience in many business areas.
And we're also looking for new volunteers.
We partner with 15 local chambers and business groups.MG&E Innovation Center 505 South Rosa Rd. Suite 37 Madison, WI, 53719
Phone: (608) 441-2820
Buck & Honey’s to Anchor “The Current” on the Riverfront in Monona
Sun Prairie, WI – Buck & Honey’s Restaurant located in Sun Prairie, is pleased to announce that construction of their second location will begin in January, 2019. This 180-seat restaurant will anchor the Galway Companies development, which is part of the $60 million Monona Riverfront Redevelopment Project. The restaurant will sit riverside of the phase 1 building, called, "The Current", which will be a mixed-use $14 million redevelopment project. The Current will also house 96 rental residential units and approximately 26,500 square feet of commercial use including office, and retail spaces. With plans to open in early July 2019, Buck & Honey’s Monona will be ready for outdoor dining, hungry boaters, biking enthusiasts, catering summer parties, and to host private and corporate events.
Starion Bank offers flood assistance
Many property owners, including Starion Bank, experienced damage during the recent flooding. As a community bank, Starion is committed to helping its neighbors in times of trouble and one way the bank can do that is through disaster relief financing assistance. Starion Bank has implemented two special programs in response to the flooding:
- Customers with existing consumer loans can defer payments for up to three consecutive months through the end of the year.1
- New consumer loans and home equity loans up to $25,000 are available with no origination charge or application fee, 0.00% APR2 for the first three months and no payments for the first three months. Applications must be submitted by Oct. 31, 2018.
“It is our hope that these programs will help ease the burdens people are experiencing during this difficult time,” said Brian Fisher, Starion Bank market president. “We know how trying flood recovery can be. This is a way to help others as well as thank our customers for their patience with the recovery efforts on our own building.” Individuals and businesses interested in either program can talk to a Starion banker by calling 608-224-5550 or visit www.stationbank.com/flood for more detailed information.
Ashley Burns joins Settlers bank team as Retail Banking Manager
MADISON, WI, August 28th, 2018 – Lynda Binder, VP Retail Banking for Settlers bank, adds Ashley Burns to their Retail banking management team. Ashley is an experienced retail banker gaining her financial experience at BMO Harris Bank where she served most recently as a Bank Manager. “Her expertise in supervising corporate financial responsibilities matched with her ability to train and direct staff to create efficiencies and a cohesive work environment will be a welcomed addition to the bank”, states Binder. In addition to working for Settlers bank, Ashley attends Madison College where she is pursuing a degree in Business Management. “I’m thrilled to be part of a team that is so focused on working together and thinking like entrepreneurs,” says Burns. Settlers bank is a privately‐owned, premier provider of commercial, treasury management, mortgage, and private banking services. For more information go to www.settlerswi.com or contact Laura Mael at 608-628-1353 or firstname.lastname@example.org
DeWitt Ross & Stevens Recognizes Laura M. Davis
as 2018 Jack DeWitt Pro Bono Award Recipient
MADISON|BROOKFIELD|MINNEAPOLIS – 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. Davis’ passion for pro bono legal service began in undergraduate school where she volunteered as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA). Her service continued in law school where she worked for the Wisconsin Innocence Project and received the Melvin Friedman Memorial Scholarship for her outstanding work in the role. In addition to her pro bono service, Davis has played an intricate role in establishing a formal Pro Bono Policy and Committee within the firm, to centralize pro bono activities that currently exist. “Laura’s passion and dedication to helping those of limited means is second to none,” said Bradley Fulton, President & Managing Partner at DeWitt. “Her ongoing pro bono service is commendable, and we are honored to name her as this year’s award recipient.” The pro bono award is named in honor of Jack DeWitt, a founding partner of DeWitt Ross & Stevens S.C. who passed away in 2012 at the age of 93.