No doubt many locals will still refer to it by it's former name, but Kessler's Team Sports is now known as BSN Sports.
Several WayNet members have refreshed their websites with a new look. If you haven't visited in awhile, stop by Cope Environmental Center, whose site was created by local web developer, Summersault who also gave their own site a refresh. Boys and Girls Clubs of Wayne County has a new look too! If your business or organization does a refresh, be sure to drop us a line so we can help spread the word!
2012 marked the long-awaited completion of the Cardinal Greenway from Richmond to Marion. The Cardinal Greenway is a former rail right-of-way that has been paved and converted to public recreational use. Enjoy a walk or a ride along this beatutiful trail.
The Townsend Food Project is a grant funded initiative to cultivate pride in fresh, local food in North Richmond, Indiana. They host a Farmer's Market at the Townsend Community Center, cooking classes and created a community cookbook.
The Hagerstown Museum and Arts Place continues to evaluate the damage from the recent fire. They are utilizing professionals to do the iniital smoke and water removal, and a professional engineering assestment. They note that they appreciate all offers from volunteers and will have a sign-up sheet at the upcoming Hagerstown Fly-In, once they have had time to evaluate their needs. WayNet encourages you to offer your support to our newest not-for-profit member!
Welcome to new WayNet member, The Olde North Chapel. This business is located in a circa 1868 church in the beautiful, historic Starr District. It was once the home church of local benefactor, Daniel Reid. The Reid family attended church here prior to the completion of Reid Presbyterian Church. The Olde North Chapel serves as a non-demoninational wedding chapel and may also be rented for meetings and other special events. They can seat up to 250 in the sanctuary and up to 120 in the banquet hall. For more information, call Ardene at 765.962.3627.
Birth to Five, a service organization dedicated to maximizing the social-emotional, intellectual, language, and physical development of young children in Wayne County, has moved to a new location on the campus of the Richmond State Hospital. Their new address is 498 NW 18th Street, Richmond, IN 47374. Mail may be sent to them at P.O. Box 1815, Richmond, IN 47375.
Have fun this summer at the Centerville Public Library! The Summer Reading Program starts June 4 and ends July 27. No matter if you read a little or a lot, you will receive a prize for signing up. Join us for story time, to make the crafts, and participate in the closing party. As you read (or have someone read to you), you will get to select all kinds of prizes. Sign up starting June 4 !
Network with other area professionals and learn about using social media for your business at events organized by Richmond Social. Most events are free, but do require registration. Visit their website to learn about upcoming events or follow them on Facebook or Twitter!
Since 1890, the Richmond State Hospital has offered hope to those who struggled with mental illness in Indiana. Visit the website of our new WayNet member - which you can always find under on the "Health" page - to learn more about the history and beautiful buildings that are included in the area you may still hear locals call "East Haven". If you're job searching, be sure to check their link on WayNet's employment page!
New WayNet member, Richmond Columbian Properties, Inc. will host a historic preservation conference on June 14, 2012 at the William G. Scott House. The conference will feature nationally known preservationist Donavan Rypkema. Additional guest speakers will present positive solutions to shrinking cities. Visit Richmond Columbian Properties new website to download a reservation form for the conference and to learn more about the William G. Scott home on North 10th Street in Richmond, which is operated by Richmond Columbian Properties.
Please help us welcome our new member, Simplify Systems, a Cambridge City-based computer service and repair company operating in Wayne County and surrounding areas. Check their website for details on system tune-ups, virus and malware removal, hardware repair and upgrades, and operating system updates.
Visit the website of the First Church of the Nazarene, located at 1600 Chester Boulevard, Richmond, Indiana, to learn about their ministries, find their worship times, read about their beliefs, and check their calendar for meeting and study group times. You can find First Church of the Nazarene in our Worship Directory. Call 765.962.7215 for more information.
WayNet is pleased to welcome our newest member, J & J Winery and the Big Dawg Brewhaus, located at 3415 National Road West in Richmond, across from KMart. Not only do they produce their own line of wines, they also brew their own craft beer! You can enjoy a light meal of pizza, salad or sandwich while overlooking their beautiful pond. Be sure to check their website reguarlly to learn about upcoming special events. Give them a call at 765.965.9463 to learn more about their catering and special event options.
WayNet is pleased to welcome our newest sponsor, Harrington Hoch Insurance. No matter your need - auto, home, health, business, they are ready to assist you. You can get a quote right from their website but you'll be working with local agents who know our community and will get to know you! For more information, call 765.962.9502.
Information about the beautiful Forest Hills Country Club is now easily found on WayNet.org. They are a full-service club, offering dining, golf, swimming and tennis. For information about membership or facilities rental, visit their website or call 765.962.2711.
|Location:||East Central Indiana, USA|
Highest Point in Indiana
|Mail:||50 North 5th St.
Richmond, IN 47374
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