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ADWAS Herstory Trivia #18

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(www.adwas.org/herstory) 

2006 – September: Open house for “A Place of Our Own.”

2006: Seattle City Light presents the ADWAS Board with a BUILT SMART Award. The ADWAS building has been constructed to meet a high standard for healthy, comfortable living with energy and resource efficiencies that exceed state code requirements.

2006 – October: The office of Violence Against Women in The Department of Justice awards ADWAS a 3-year $350,000 grant for the new Transitional Housing Program.

2006 – October: HomeStreet Bank – HomeStreet Community Housing Award.

2006 – November: HOME Magazine – Marilyn J. Smith receives the HOME Magazine Shelter Award which shines a spotlight on organizations and individuals across America whose efforts demonstrate that it is possible to transform lives and communities one room, one home, one park at a time.

2007 – January: The Transitional Housing Program is filled to capacity.

(www.adwas.org/herstory) 

2006 – September: Open house for “A Place of Our Own.”

2006: Seattle City Light presents the ADWAS Board with a BUILT SMART Award. The ADWAS building has been constructed to meet a high standard for healthy, comfortable living with energy and resource efficiencies that exceed state code requirements.

2006 – October: The office of Violence Against Women in The Department of Justice awards ADWAS a 3-year $350,000 grant for the new Transitional Housing Program.

2006 – October: HomeStreet Bank – HomeStreet Community Housing Award.

2006 – November: HOME Magazine – Marilyn J. Smith receives the HOME Magazine Shelter Award which shines a spotlight on organizations and individuals across America whose efforts demonstrate that it is possible to transform lives and communities one room, one home, one park at a time.

2007 – January: The Transitional Housing Program is filled to capacity.