East Side History Madison’s Blog

By and for the East Side History Club, a project of the Goodman Community Center

The Garver Story and East Side History Club Celebration

Posted by eastsidehistorymadison on July 24, 2018

The East Side History Club will meet on Saturday September 22 from 1 – 3 pm in the new Brassworks Building, Goodman Community Center, 214 Waubesa Street.   

Special guests include Garver Feed Mill site Project Manager Bryant Moroder and Tom Sylke. Tom is the great-grandson of Hans Struck who built the ORIGINAL Garver building and went on to found the Struck and Irwin Fence Company.  

Bryant Moroder will share a Garver project update, and describe how the eco-lodges will work, talk about the history of Garver and how this next generation food production facility will expand Madison’s profile as a Midwestern hub of high quality, hand crafted food and drink.     http://www.garverfeedmill.com/

We will also take some special time to celebrate and honor Ann Waidelich and Sarah White’s years of service, leadership and contributions made to the East Side History Club community.  Cake and refreshments will be served!


An East Side Album:  A Community Remembers, 2nd edition will be on sale and available for purchase.  Ann and Sarah will be happy to sign your copy – bring it along.


All are welcome.

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