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Updated Member Websites

Text: Updated!Several of our members have made major updates to their websites recently. Take a minute to visit and explore Richmond Art Museum, Wayne County Foundation, First Bank Richmond, Boys & Girls Clubs of Wayne County, Richmond-Wayne County Convention and Tourism Bureau, and West End Bank.

Hope House Launches Independent Website

Logo: Hope HouseLong-time WayNet member, The Hope House, has launched their first independent website, located at The mission of the Hope House is to provide innovative recovery and rehabilitation to homeless or needy alcoholic and/or chemically dependent men through a continuing help program that sustains their desire to live a meaningful and productive life. Visit their website to learn more about the important programs they provide to the community.

April 23, 2014: 4th Floor Blues Club

Logo: 4th Floor Blues ClubLooking for a great venue for an upcoming party or reception? Give the folks at the 4th Floor Blues Club a call! This location is also host to the InConcert series that brings great entertainment to our community, while supporting area nonprofits.

February 13, 2014: Alzheimer's Association - Greater Indiana Chapter

Logo: Alz.orgThe Alzheimer's Association works on a global, national and local level to enhance care and support for all those affected by Alzheimer's and related dementias. The Greater Indiana Chapter offers ongoing support groups, educational seminars and training. Check WayNet's Community Calendar for local events. Mark your calendar to participate in the "Walk to End Alzheimer's" on September 13, 2014!

January 15, 2014: Lynn Knight

New board member, Lynn Knight is supporting our organization by becoming a member. Thanks, Lynn!



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The first high school orchestra in the nation was established at Morton High School in Richmond, Indiana in 1899 by Joseph Edgar Maddy.