It is with a heavy heart that we share the passing of our beloved EMW and KItchen 8 Sister Roselyn Skonberg George. Her obituary can be found on our Sisters We Have Lost page, or here.
About Kitchen 8
Elizabeth Miller Watkins had a "dream to aid self-supporting girls to get an education". Through her generosity, creativity, and foresight, she created Watkins and Miller Scholarship Halls at the University of Kansas. Kitchen 8 (K8) is the continuation of that legacy, established and run by women who have benefited from living and prospering in either Watkins or Miller Halls. The unique communcal living experience shared on Lilac Lane cannot be compared at the University of Kansas or elsewhere.
As all Miller and Watkins residents know, part of the self sustaining theme within the Halls are the existence of 7 small kitchens where residents prepare and share meals. Although the use of the 7 kitchens has evolved over time, they remain an integral part of life and camaraderie within the halls. Kitchen 8 aims to be be a similiar link between Watkins and Miller women, past and present, to help further the legacy of Elizabeth Miller Watkins and advance her vision.
"....to help the girls who must travel uphill."
Kitchen 8 is an organization of Watkins and Miller Scholarship Hall alumnae and residents, EMW Memorial Scholars, and other supporters of Elizabeth Miller Watkins' dream "to help the girls who must travel uphill."
Kitchen 8 is dedicated to preserving and carrying forward the legacy of Mrs. Watkins to help exceptional but financially needy women to get an education. K8 seeks to provide a community of support to stakeholders by:
If you wish to support Kitchen 8 or the Elizabeth Miller Watkins Scholarship Fund, please visit our Donation Center. We are grateful for any assistance!