FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
The First United Methodist Church at 318 National Road West in Richmond invites you to enjoy a virtual visit via their new web site. The new site features an extensive event calendar, church news, and their various ministries.
RICHMOND'S ONLY LOCAL PUBLIC RADIO STATION
WECI at 91.5 FM is Richmond's only local public radio station. You can now find a complete programming schedule and more at WECI's new home on the web here:
Other local media:
CAMPAIGN FOR COMMUNITY
In a noteworthy local gathering, Indiana University President Adam Herbert and Purdue University President Martin Jischke met at IU East to announce the “Campaign for Community,” a campaign for Indiana University East and the Purdue University College of Technology aimed at raising dollars for scholarships, nursing and science laboratories, the new IU East Entrepreneurship Center and a new art gallery. Learn more about this important community project.
SCHOOL DAYS AND MEMORIES
Alumni of Greens Fork School are invited to take a walk down memory lane when they review the Charles Collection of class photos from Greens Fork School during the years of 1938-39 and 1940-41.
Grade School Photos
Jr/High School Photos
Attn: Teachers! These photos might be a fun starting point for a class
storytelling or writing project.
FUND RAISING & GRANT WRITING CLASSES
The IU East Division of Extended Learning has two special classes of special interest to local organizations:
Fund Raising: Tuesday, April 12 from
This class will assist you in developing the steps required for a successful fund drive. Learn the professional manner in raising funds from whom to contact, the proper approach in contacting the potential giver, how to answer questions and, most importantly, how to convince the person to participate in the fund drive. Registration deadline: April 5
Writing Winning Grant Proposals:
Tuesday, April 19, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Successful proposed writers start with the identified need and then seek the source of funding that best fits that need. Learn how to clearly define the organizational needs and objectives and then identify and evaluate potential funding sources. You’ll also learn what to do after you identify a potential funder. Registration deadline: April 12
Courses will be instructed by Charles Ball, Former President, Wayne County Foundation. Cost per workshop for the public is $20.
WHO'S ON FIRST?
Celebrate the upcoming opening day of baseball season by reading the classic Abbott and Costello comedy skit, "Who's on first?"
Major League Baseball
Details on Ballparks across the nation:
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