News Release

Published on Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Interior Design Club at Western Wisconsin Technical College (WWTC) will again be offering their services to the public this holiday season. Now through Friday, Dec. 16, the students are available to decorate homes as part of their annual fund-raiser. Money raised goes to support interior design scholarships and to help defray student travel costs.

For a minimum donation of $35 per hour, two to three WWTC Interior Design students will come to your home to help arrange and display your holiday decorations in a new way. From decorating the tree to arranging the fireplace mantel or holiday stairway, these students will work with whatever you have to help create a festive atmosphere.

“This is a great way for anyone to establish a new look with your existing holiday décor,” says Sandra Schultz, WWTC Interior Design program head. “Since this is such a busy time of the year, this is a great gift for yourself or for someone who could use some assistance with their holiday decorating.”

The students are also trained in utilizing space to meet your needs. So, they can find a way to arrange your space so there’s room for the tree, the gifts and your entire family. The one area where they won’t be able to assist is with the exterior of homes.

Students will decorate on a first call, first served basis. For more information or to make a reservation, please call 507.458.9887 or e-mail IDClub@wwtc.edu.

To learn more about the WWTC Interior Design program or about additional WWTC programs and services, please call 608.785.9200 or visit the WWTC Web site at wwtc.edu.