UW-Madison AWA Celebrates Newly Remodeled House
Wisconsin Ag Connection - 11/22/2017
The Association of Women in Agriculture club at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has rededicated its student headquarters. Located near the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences campus, the AWA House has completed phase-one of a major
remodeling campaign, which included updates to the kitchen, great room and laundry area.
The house serves as a meeting venue, gathering place and service location, as well as a home away from home for its members. Its current location on University Avenue welcomed its first residents in the fall of 1994, where nearly 200 students have lived over
the past 23 years.
"The AWA kitchen remodel has created a welcoming and accommodating space for our nearly ninety student members," said AWA Student President Sara Griswold. "The beautiful space is truly a home away from home. We are grateful for the generous
donors and the AWABC organization who made this possible."
Future remodeling plans include updating house security and comfort improvements. Several students are in the process of raising funds for those projects this school year.