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In Volume 09, Issue 02-11

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WayNet Welcomes New Members
WayNet is pleased to feature the following new members:

     *Quaker Hill Conference Center (http://www.qhcc.org)
           
Retreat, Conference & Meeting Facilities. Offering home-cooked meals for up to 64 and overnight accommodations for up to 50.  Featuring shaded lawns, woods, hiking trails and an outdoor amphitheater.

     *Hagerstown Jefferson Public Library (http://hagerstownlibrary.org)
           
Jefferson Township residents can easily locate library hours, information about the Hagerstown area, as well as access the online library catalog via the Library's website.

     *Dudley J. Fetzer (http://www.dudleyfetzer.com/)
          
In addition to the many hours devoted to WayNet.org, current WayNet.org board president supports our organization with a membership and a link to his personal site which features links to his bands, publishing and distribution companies.

     *Richmond Young Adult Professionals (YAP) (http://www.richmondyap.com/)
          
Richmond Young Adult Professionals is now a committee of the Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce. YAP supports local young professionals for the purpose of growth, advancement and success of the future leaders of our community...and they have fun too!

Wayne County Connections TV Show
If you have access to WCTV, be sure to check out the Wayne County Connection TV Show.  This half-hour show features people and organizations of interest to all area residents.  The newly reorganized format will be framed around the various "sections" on the WayNet.org website.  The host is Michael Sweigart. Check WCTV's website for times and current show topics.
     *WCTV (http://wctv.info/)

How To Make the Most of Your WayNet.org Membership
If you are a current member of WayNet.org and want to know how to get the most from your membership, be sure to check out our newest "How To" article.  And take note - one of the ways to make the most of your membership is to write your own "How To" article - we're all "experts" at something!  Share your knowledge!
     *How To Make the Most of Your WayNet.org Membership
(http://www.waynet.org/howto/waynet/waynet_membership.htm)

     *WayNet's How To Center (http://www.waynet.org/howto/)

College Goal Sunday
College financial aid applications can be confusing. Get help with this process during "College Goal Sunday", February 15, 2009 beginning at 2:00 p.m. at Ivy Tech Community College, 2357 Chester Boulevard, Richmond, Indiana in Johnson Hall, Room 1239
     *College Goal Sunday
(http://www.collegegoalsunday.org/)

     *FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) (http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/)

Historical Valentine Greeting Valentine's Day and Romance
Here's a hint for all you non-romantic folks out there: Valentine's Day is Saturday, February 14th.  Have you made plans to let your sweetie know you've been thinking about her (or him)?

Need a gift?  How about a book from MRL's Winter Book Sale?
     *MRL's Winter Book Sale
(http://www.mrlinfo.org/winter-bs-flyer-2009.pdf)

Plan a Special Dinner Out - Valentine's Dinner at The Gennett Mansion & Huddleston Farm House Museum
     *WayNet's Community Calendar (http://www.waynet.org/calendar/)

How about renting a romantic movie?  Remember - most area libraries have a great selection - for Free!
     *
Romantic Movie Suggestions (http://www.theromancereader.com/movie2.html)

Looking for something a bit more low key?  Share your ideas!
     *
Romance on a Tight Budget (http://www.waynet.org/talk/topic-specific/090210-romance.htm)

Send a note featuring an old-fashioned valentine card letting her/him know how special they are to you.
     *WayNet's Valentine E-Cards (http://www.waynet.org/cards/valentine_direct.htm)

THE Ripple Effect
The Ripple Effect is a multi-media, multi-venue year-long collage of shared reading, special events, theatrical productions, exhibits, discussions, films, contests, and personal writing that has been designed to promote active engagement with and creative response to great literature. This year's featured book and play is Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury.  Visit the website to learn where you can get a copy of this book or attend the play at Richmond Civic Theatre this weekend.

     *The Ripple Effect
(http://www.therippleeffect.us/)

     *Fahrenheit 451at RCT (http://www.richmondcivictheatre.org/)

Coming Soon!
Be sure to check WayNet.org's Community Calendar regularly for these and other fun and interesting upcoming events:

February 21, 2009
 

     *A Community Conversation: The Presidential Inauguration 
(http://www.mrlinfo.org)

     *The Van Dells in Concert (http://www.civichall.com/)

February 24, 2009

     *Spanish for Beginners Class

February 28, 2009

     *Home Party Extravaganza ()

Enjoy a chamber music performance by "Cosmos" at Stout Meetinghouse on the Earlham Campus...FREE!

 

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