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Certified B Corporation, Artisan Dental Becomes 1st Carbon Neutral Dental Practice in the US

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Artisan Dental, based in Madison, Wisconsin has partnered with Carbon Credit Capital and GreenTrees to certify Artisan Dental as the first carbon neutral general dental practice in the United States. Artisan Dental now offsets 100% of its greenhouse gas emissions associated with the company's operation.

The Wisdom of Your Body: Outdoor Movement Series Launches in Mequon, Wisconsin Sept. 20

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- A pine forest in the heart of a nature preserve in Mequon, Wisconsin will be the site of the first of three conscious dance movement sessions, "The Wisdom of Your Body" series. It is offered by Carrie Branovan, the Milwaukee-born artist-educator who founded "Dance Your Prayers."

Wisconsin-based Universal Electronics, Inc. (UEI) invests in new manufacturing equipment

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Universal Electronics, Inc., (UEI) has invested in new capital equipment to improve PCBA manufacturing processes and increase capacity. These new investments will allow UEI to continue meeting the unique needs of their clients in industries including medical, industrial, consumer, and security.

Local Wisconsin Altitude H2O Recreation Facilities to Re-Open Under WhoaZone Brand

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Empire Recreation Management (ERM), the managing partner responsible for the WhoaZone brand, is pleased to announce that (2) of Altitude H2O's (AH2O) Texas facilities - Grapevine & Rosharon - are going to open in 2020 under the WhoaZone brand.

New therapeutic music-discussion video for adults who are struggling with the anguish created by the coronavirus lockdown

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The International Forgiveness Institute (IFI) announced today that University of Wisconsin-Madison psychologist Robert Enright, Ph.D., has teamed up with acclaimed songwriter-performer Sam Ness to produce a "therapeutic music-discussion video" for adults who are struggling with the anguish created by the coronavirus lockdown.

Brazilian Flat Track League will have nine riders racing during FlatOutFriday (FOF) in Milwaukee

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- It was only six years ago when the first official Flat Track competition took place in Brazil, with only ten to fifteen riders. Now, there are over fourteen teams around the country, and the Brazilian Flat Track League will have nine riders racing during FlatOutFriday (FOF) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, March 13. The group is looking forward to making a good impression during FOF 2020.

Iwo Jima Memorial Midwest Project is Building New Iwo Jima Memorial, Updated with Correct Flag Raisers

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- In tandem with 75th Anniversary of the flag-raising on Mt. Suribachi, the Iwo Jima Memorial Midwest Project (IJMM) is launching a nationwide program to build a new Iwo Jima Monument. The new statue will replace the faces of two flag-raisers that were misidentified with the actual Marines who participated.

Johnny Manhattan’s is the First Restaurant in Washington County, Wisconsin, to Offer Keto Friendly Menu

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Johnny Manhattan's Steakhouse is announcing a keto diet friendly menu. The Milwaukee area supper club has been serving the greater Milwaukee area for more than twenty years, but still keeps up with dining trends and is one of the first in the area to create a menu that allows diners who are sticking to a very-low-carb, moderate-protein, and high-fat diet while out at a restaurant or supper club.

New Book ‘School of Errors’ by David P. Perrodin, Ph.D. Exposes Unsustainable School Safety Industry Spending Spree

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- "School of Errors - Rethinking School Safety in America" (ISBN: 978-1475837445), authored by David P. Perrodin, Ph.D., and published by Rowman & Littlefield, is being touted as "the most honest book ever written about the $3 billion school safety industrial complex."

STOLEN: Debut Wisconsin Author Caroline Klug Uses Fiction Thrillers to Tell the Hard Truth

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- "Stolen" (ISBN: 978-1733900812) by Caroline Klug is released in print today. It's the first in a planned series of fiction thrillers centering on controversial topics like drugs, sex trafficking, adultery, suicide, and other all too common mainstream struggles. These thrillers are sure to engage readers from beginning to end, but readers looking more closely will discover underlying allegories designed to inspire and encourage people in their personal lives.

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