Member News

November 2, 2015: UplandSport.Club

Logo: UplandSport.ClubUplandSport.Club welcomes new members to their facility at the Richmond Conservation Club, Inc., 1509 Williams Road, Williamsburg for shotgun sports every Sunday, rain or shine. The whole family is welcome! Sign up for an individual day's shoot or for weeks of shooting and club-sponsored events at a very reasonable fee. Concessions available during events. Warm up begins at 11:00 a.m., concessions open at 12 noon and a trap shoot begins at 1:00 p.m. For more information, email or call 765.546.6047.

June 3, 2015: Sudz Fundraising

Logo: Sudz FundraisingWith a downtown Richmond location at 903 East Main, Sudz Fundraising is cleaning up with their fundraising programs for not-for-profit organizations. With practical items like soap, laundry detergent, shampoo and trash bags, they are offering practical items with great profit potential. Find them on the web, on Google+, Facebook and Twitter.

March 19, 2015: Trueblood Child Devleopment Center

Logo: Trueblood Child Devleopment CenterAt Trueblood Child Development Center, teachers provide a nurturing environment where children ages 3 to 6 learn by doing. The classroom activities and learning centers are designed to stimulate, challenge, and enhance each individual child's creativity, social skills, motor skills, cognitive abilities, and academic readiness. Teachers work cooperatively with children to provide good examples of valuing, respecting, and learning from each other as well as the world around them. Trueblood is a privately owned, not-for-profit organization located in the West wing of Stout Meetinghouse on the Earlham College Campus. For more information, call 765.983.1445 or email

March 16, 2014: Wayne County Special Olympics

Logo: Special OlympicsThe mission of the local Wayne County Special Olympics organization is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. We invite you to visit their website to learn more about this encouraging organization and how to support your local athletes.



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Did You Know?

The first county seat in Wayne County was located in Salisbury, a town that no longer exists. The county seat was moved to Centerville in 1818 and finally to Richmond in 1873.