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August 15, 2019

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American Players Theatre Turns to Strang for Direction

Strang Scouts Lead the Pack

Two members of Strang passed the leadership torch at Madison’s Boy Scout Troop 122.

Peter Tan, Principal Design Architect at Strang, stepped down as Scoutmaster during the annual Court of Honor ceremony and handed the post to Alec Hembree, another member of Strang’s architecture team.

Alec, an Eagle Scout, Alec is atypical of most scoutmasters because he is not a parent.

Strang Bikes for Boys and Girls

Pedaling hard under the hot July sun, a team of 11 bicycle riders from Strang raised nearly $2,500 for the Boys and Girls Club of Dane County this summer.

The riders from Team Strang were among hundreds of participants of all ages and abilities riding either 8, 25 or 50 miles. Two members of the team rode the 50-mile course, while the other nine rode 25 miles.

What's your Favorite Pizza Place in the Madison area?

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Jill Ruffridge, Human Resources:

“Greenbush Bar! I’ve only been there once and need to get back – it was ‘memorable’ pizza.”
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Matt Hahn, Marketing:

“I would have to say Dahmen’s Pizza Place. It’s a great family-owned business.”
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Britt Madelung, Interiors:

“One of my favorites is Café Porta Alba at Hilldale. They have delicious wood-fired Neopolitan style pizza.”
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Wayne Whiting, Architecture:

“Angelo’s Italian Restaurant in McFarland. Great people, great service and great pizza!

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