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AWA Shaping Lives Campaign Raises More Than $12,000 
 



The Association of Women in Agriculture at UW-Madison recently concluded its 2008 Shaping Lives Campaign, raising more than $12,000 for the Brick Fund, Furniture Fund and its Education Fund at the UW Foundation.

Alumni and friends who made a $500 donation to the Brick Fund received a brick, engraved with their name, on the front walk. Donations to the Brick Fund will be used to retire debt on the organization’s house. The house, built in 1994, has been home to close to 400 student members over the past 15 years. Donations to the Furniture Fund will help defray the cost of new furniture for the house’s 14 bedrooms, while donations to the Education Fund will be used for scholarships and other educational purposes.

Donors were recently recognized during a reception at the Association of Women in Agriculture House. Barb Lee, a Master Gardener and Association of Women in Agriculture alum, was recognized for updating the house’s landscaping this fall and donating a number of plants.

Donors recognized include:

Brick Fund Donors: Kevin & Julie Larson Family, Jeff & Jenny Spoke, Rick & Dianne Vielhuber, Marjorie Stieve, Chris & Courtney Booth Family, Robert & Margaret Jahn, Randy & Wendy Clark, Steve & Kelli Mitchell, Krista Knigge & Corey Geiger, Darin& Kim  Bremmer, Laura Daniels, Lloyd & Daphne Holterman, Grant & Katie Grinstead
 



Furniture Fund Donors: Sarah Young, Nicole Schmidt, Ronald Moore, Steve & Kelli Mitchell, Dorothy Farrell, Sarah Galdi, Wes & Katy Katzman Family, Eliza Ulness, Lisa Behnke, Chrissy Wendorf, Dave & Barb Mickelson, Brian & Kristin Paul, Lloyd & Daphne Holterman
 



Education Fund Donors:  Sharon Brantmeier, Bob Williams, Valerie Breunig, Russell & Karen Rindsig, Jack & M. Lorriane Rutledge, David & Cindy Cooper, David & Pamela Hodgson, Marjorie Stieve, Deanna Kovar

The Association of Women in Agriculture is a professional, service and social organization for women studying agriculture at UW-Madison. To learn more about giving opportunities, contact Marjorie Stieve at 608-250-4284 or mstieve@vitaplus.com.

 

Donors to the Association of Women in Agriculture’s Shaping Lives Campaign were recently recognized during a reception at the Association of Women in Agriculture House in Madison. Pictured left to right, front row, Katy Katzman; second row, Krista Knigge, Daphne Holterman and Pamela Hodgson; third row, Eliza Ulness, Lisa Behnke, Barb Lee, Courtney Booth, holding Ava Booth, Cole Booth and Chris Booth, holding Campbell Booth; back row, Marjorie Stieve, Wendy Clark and Kim Bremmer.
Donors to the Association of Women in Agriculture’s Shaping Lives Campaign were recently recognized during a reception at the Association of Women in Agriculture House in Madison. Pictured left to right, front row, Katy Katzman; second row, Krista Knigge, Daphne Holterman and Pamela Hodgson; third row, Eliza Ulness, Lisa Behnke, Barb Lee, Courtney Booth, holding Ava Booth, Cole Booth and Chris Booth, holding Campbell Booth; back row, Marjorie Stieve, Wendy Clark and Kim Bremmer.

 

 

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