2013 Member News

December 30, 2013: Veach's Toy Station

Logo: Veach's Toy StationVeach's Toy Station may be new to WayNet.org, but they are well-known to locals who grew up visiting the Birthday Castle or shopping for a special gift for a favorite child. This fun retail store is filled to the rafters with classic dolls and trains and stuffed animals, but you'll also find a great selection of educational toys, award-winning games, toddler toys, puzzles, and toys to stretch your child's imagination. The Veach family along with staff members take pride in bringing you the very best service, value and fun! Veach's Toy Station's recent make-over will be featured on the Today Show in early February.

November 18, 2013: TBK America

Logo: TBK AmericaWayNet welcomes new sponsor, TBK America. Located at 3700 Industries Road in Richmond, Indiana, this company manufactures and markets pumps and engine components to engine maker and vehicle manufactures in the U.S.A. While they are working on creating their website, you can reach them via their Human Resources Manager, Donna Thompson.

November 18, 2013: Recovery Priority, LLC

Logo: Recovery Priority, LLCWayNet's newest sponsor is Recovery Priority, LLC which provides a comprehensive strategy for mental health issues, including interpersonal skills, social adjustments, education, family support, and wellness planning for adolescents and adults. They even offer online telehealth therapy for those who are unable to visit a therapist's office for individual, family or work reasons. Locate them on our Sponsor's page or in the Health Directory, under "Mental Health".

New Web Address for Beth Boruk Temple

Star of DavidLong time member, Beth Boruk Temple has a new domain name to accompany their updated website. Visit http://www.bethboruktemple.com to learn about their programs and services. Any person wanting to participate in Jewish worship and congregational life is welcome at the Temple.

October 10, 2013: Shafer Pottery

Logo: Shafer PotteryScott Shafer of Shafer Pottery has been making pottery for over 30 years. He takes pride in the fact that his pottery is made as functional ware. Each piece is hand-thrown and is individually unique. No two pieces will ever be exactly the same. All glazes are lead-free and clays are safe for microwave, oven and dishwasher. Visitors who stop by his studio at 610 Morton in Centerville are warmly welcomed. He happily shares information about the process, from clay to kiln. The link to the Shafer Pottery website is easily accessible via our Member's Directory.

October 7, 2013: PathStone Corporation

Logo: PathStone CorporationOur newest not-for-profit member, PathStone Corporation, provides individuals and families with education about the home buying process and wealth and asset building, enabling them to move toward successful purchase of safe and affordable housing. To learn more, visit their website, Pathstone Corporation or call Chris Allen, Homeownership Counseling Manger at 765.286.2162.

April 25, 2013: Wayne County Historical Museum

The Wayne County Historical Museum has been called "a miniature Smithsonian, NY Metropolitan, and Williamsburg all rolled into one". Their new website showcases events and exhibits, shares ways to get involved or donate to the museum, and contact information.

8 April 2013: City of Richmond

Screenshot: City of RichmondThe City of Richmond recently launched a new website at http://www.richmondindiana.gov. While City officials still consider it a "work in progress" as the departments learn the proceures for site upkpeep and maintenance, it offers a detailed window into City services, governmental offices and general information about the community.

27 March 2013: Tracy Schweizer - State Farm Agent

WayNet welcomes Tracy Schweizer - State Farm Agent as our newest Sponsoring member. Thanks, Tracy!

21 March 2013: Wayne County Challenge

WayNet welcomes Wayne County Challenge, a non-profit member of the Road Runners Club of America that organizes an annual series of distance running races held within Wayne County, Indiana, in which points are earned for participation and competitive achievement.

11 March 2013: Sprout of Control

Sprout of Control is a grass-roots organization that is organizing community garden projects throughout the greater Richmond community.

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Did You Know?

Singin' Sam, the Barbasol Man, (Harry Frankel) was the highest paid radio performer in his time. He was a Richmond, Indiana native and retired to Richmond before his death at the age of 60 on June 12, 1948.