Wayne County Connection: 2010 Guests

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Airing Beginning: Focus Guest Organization
1/24/2010 Community Calendar Pam Bliss Festival of Murals
Wayne County, Indiana
2/28/2010 Facts/History Carolyn Lafever, Wayne County Historian
Steve Martin, Reference Librarian and Palladium-Item columnist
Wayne County Bicentennial
3/28/2010 Government Jo Ann Stewart, Clerk of Courts Wayne County Government
4/24/2010 Youth Fonda Wilds, Teacher & Volunteer Lemonade Day
All America City Video
KidsFest Richmond
5/25/2010 Government Harry Maginity, Public Information Director Indiana Department of Transportation;
TrafficWise
6/27/2010 Libraries Vicki Melek, Director
Jenie Lahmann, Public Relations and Webmaster
Jodi Johnson, Board Member
Cambridge City Public Library
Morrisson-Reeves Library
7/27/2010 Agriculture Phil Jordan, Farmer
Dori Baxter, Farmer
Family farm, pork producer;
Abundant Acre Farms/
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA's)
;
100 Mile Radius Potluck
8/24/2010 People/Service Clubs Denny Burns
John Kelly
Jim Resh
Porter Miller
Hagerstown Optimists
Richmond Rotary Club
Centerville Lions Club
Richmond Noon Kiwanis
9/27/2010 Seniors Vicki Brim, Executive Director
Tony Shepherd
, Executive Director
Senior Opportunity Services
Lifestream
10/25/2010 Education Vivian Ashmawi, Executive Director Communities in Schools
11/23/2010 Faith/Non-Profits Marcie Roberts, Volunteer
Janet Genz
, Volunteer
Alternative Gift Fair
Angel Food Ministries / Hodgin Road Christian Church
12/28/2010 People/Genealogy Duane Reed, President

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