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Wayne County Connection: 2015 Guests

Watch Wayne County Connection on Comcast Channel 11, Government Access WGTV or streamed online. Shows from prior months are available "on demand".

Airing Beginning: Focus Guest Organization / Links
12/22/2015 Government Susan Issacs, Wayne Township Trustee
11/24/2015 History
and Lodging
Rod Waltz, Executive Director
Thomas Hamm, Professor of History; Curator of the Friends Collection & Director of Special Collections
10/27/2015 Things to Do Bonnie Miller, Office Manager
Ryan Shaw, Stage One Director
9/22/2015 Discover Greg Hull, Associate Professor of Sculpture, Herron School of Art and Design
Shaun Dingwerth, Executive Director, Richmond Art Museum
8/25/2015 Communities Mary Lou Griffey, Chairman, Ft. City Planning Committee
Janice McGuire, President, Levi Coffin House Association
First aired 8/26/2014 and again on 7/28/2015 Sports & Recreation Denise Retz, Director, Wayne County Cardinal Greenway
Connie Reeve, Chair, BikeTOURberfest
Joe Hellrung, President, S.P.U.R.
6/23/2015 Sports & Recreation Alison Zajdel, Executive Director
5/26/2015 Arts & Culture Pam Bliss, Executive Director
4/28/2015 Sports & Recreation Steve Hayes, Jr., Executive Director
Stephanie McCurdy, Naturalist
Part 2
Museums Jim Harlan, Executive Director
Part 1
Museums Jim Harlan, Executive Director
1/27/2015 Education Dr. William Doering, Superintendent
Mark Childs, Principal

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John M. Westcott started the Hoosier Drill Company in Milton, Indiana in 1858. The company grew and expanded into Richmond and eventually became part of the American Seeding Machine Company, which, in turn, became part of the International Harvester Company.