Wayne County Connection: 2011 Guests

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12/27/2011 Youth Georgia Wagner, Extension Educator - Health and Human Sciences Purdue Extension, Wayne County
11/22/2011 Education Don Sturgeon, Advisor
Larry Lodge, President
Makayla Crossley, Vice-President
Hagerstown FFA
10/24/2011 Education Molly Vanderpool,
Director of Admissions
Christine Seger,
Director of Admissions
Indiana University East
Ivy Tech Community College
9/26/2011 Government Steve Higibotham Wayne County Office of Planning and Zoning
8/29/2011 History/Museums Janice McGuire, President Levi Coffin House Association
7/26/2011 Social Services Susan Issacs, Trustee
Major Mark Litherland
Wayne Township Trustee's Office
Salvation Army, Richmond
6/25/2011 Communities Patty Hersberger, Volunteer
Jim Cohen, Volunteer
Cambridge City Library, Buckskin Ben
CambridgeCityIndiana.org, 175th Anniversary Celebration
5/24/2011 Community Calendar Sandy House, President Wayne County 4-H Fair | 4-H Fair on Facebook | 4-H | Purdue Extension Service, Wayne County
4/26/2011 Government Mike Sharp, Supervisor Wayne County Highway | Local Option User Tax/Wheel Tax
4/5/2011 History/Museums Janice McGuire, President Levi Coffin House Association
2/22/2011 Arts/Museums Shaun Dingwerth, Executive Director
Lance Crow, Education Director
Richmond Art Museum
Phantascope High School Film Festival
1/25/2011 Utilities/Recycling LuAnne Holeva,
Conservation Education Coordinator
Wayne County Soil and Water Conservation District / Storm water Info
     

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