Wayne County Connection: 2014 Guests

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12/23/2014 Education Mike Cerqua, Principal
11/25/2014 Education Dr. Allen Bourff, Superintendent
10/28/2014 Government Jonathan Ferris, County Extension Director, Extenion Educator/Agriculture & Natural Resources / 4-H Youth Development
Debbie Cates, Secretary
9/23/2014 Education Laura Blessing, Superintendent
Steve Angel, aka @PrincipalSteveA Principal at Northeastern High School
8/26/2014 Sports & Recreation Denise Retz, Director, Wayne County Cardinal Greenway
Connie Reeve, Chair, BikeTOURberfest
Joe Hellrung, President, S.P.U.R.
7/22/2014 Education Phil Stevenson, Superintendent
6/24/2014 Law & Justice Shane Edington, Executive Director
5/27/2014 Community Calendar Sandy House, President
Wayne County 4-H Fair Board
4/22/2014 Community Calendar Beth Anne Darr, Festival Coordinator
TJ Rivard, Board Vice-President
3/25/2014 Government Kory George, Chief Probation Officer and Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative Coordinator (JDAI)
2/25/2014 Communities Janice Roberts, Clerk-Treasurer, Town of Centerville
David and Beverly Nixon, Co-Chairs, Centerville Bicentennial Committee
1/28/2014 Employment Michael Allen, Vice-President
     

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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.