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Chamber Blog – ATHENA Leadership Award

June 29, 2017

This past week on Thursday, three (3) incredible, amazing women were nominated and recognized as potential award winners for the Athena Award. The Athena is given to an outstanding woman in the community who demonstrates exceptional and exemplary contributions during her career in the region. This year’s nominees, Angie Dickman, vice president at Reid Health; Pat Heiny, co-owner of Contemporary …Read more

Chamber Blog – Earlham College

June 26, 2017

Recently I had the pleasure and privilege of meeting the incoming new President of Earlham College, Alan Price. On July 1, Mr. Price will officially take over as Earlham College’s 18th President. Mr. Price is a 1988 Economics graduate of Earlham College, and a 1992 Law Degree graduate of Harvard University. Mr. Price also served as an Infantryman in the United States Army National Gu …Read more

Chamber Blog – The Spirit of Golfing

June 15, 2017

This past week, The Wayne County Chamber of Commerce held its annual golf outing, where 124 golfers teed off. What a great day it turned out to be and what a great job Forest Hills Country Club did with all of the golf logistics. Simply put, as far back as anyone can remember, chambers of commerce all across the country annually host a golf outing. Many chamber programs and initiatives come and go …Read more

Richmond Jazz Tickets for Chamber Night

June 13, 2017

Due to rain, the Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce night at McBride Stadium will be June 30th (instead of June 23rd.) The game starts at 7:05 PM Fireworks will follow the games and will be provided by Scarrette Pyrotechnics Shows and Displays. Don't miss a single pitch and watch as the sky comes alive with fireworks.

Chamber members can find special pricin …Read more

Charles Elementary Receive Four Star Designation

June 7, 2017

The Indiana Department of Education (DOE) recently released its second round of 2015-16 Four Star Schools. The Four Star Schools designation is designed by the DOE to recognize the best schools in Indiana. To receive Four Star designation, a school must receive an “A” on the state’s A-F accountability system, have excellent ISTEP pass rates and an overall high graduation rate (if applicab …Read more