The time Ellen Johnson Sirleaf—the first female president of an African nation—spent in the United States included a quintessential Madison experience: she got a job at Rennebohm’s, the 28-store drug store chain that was sold to Walgreen’s in 1980. From Sirleaf’s description, it sounds like she worked at the Rennie’s—as we all called the stores—at the corner of State and Lake.Read More »
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Once again we are deeply appreciative of the support you've given our Read Up Madison project to get books and reading support for Madison kids so they keep their reading skills sharp over the summer months.Read More »
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