28 May, 2012
Memorial Day Observances
- 9:00 am Ceremony at the Earlham Cemetery Soldiers Hill by Sons of the UnionVeterans
- 10:00 am Earlham Cemetery Veterans Field of Honor.
- 11:00 am Veterans Memorial Park – access via Johnson St at 80 N 2nd St.
- Noon – Ceremony at the Earlham Cemetery Soldiers Hill by Sons of the Union Veterans including a 21-gun salute with cannon.
- Noon – Ceremony at the Marine Corps Memorial Flag site in Glen Miller Park (just north of the tennis courts.)
- 3:00-3:01 National Moment of Remembrance – “prayer for a permanent peace
Have a safe and happy Memorial Day!
Take me out to the ballgame! The season is here already and the first two home games are in just a couple of weeks. See the schedule below for summer fun at the RiverRats 2012 season. (Home games are in blue). Visit the RiverRats website for more details.
Book by Bob Martin & Don McKellar • Music and Lyrics by Lisa Lambert & Greg Morrison • Produced in cooperation with Music Theatre International
April 13, 14, 20 and 21 at 7:30 p.m.
April 15 and 22 at 2 p.m.
Tickets go on sale March 26 for RCT Members and April 2 for the general public.
Ticket prices are $15 for adults and $12 for students and seniors.
This new musical, cleverly and comically, pays tribute to the lavish Ziegfeld Follies-style musicals of the 1920’s. The creative and entertaining music, lyrics, dance numbers and show-within-a-show format earned Tony Awards during its successful Broadway run in 2006. We’re sure our RCT audiences will be smiling and toe-tapping with this production.
Directed by Michelle Avery and assisted by Dwan Doherty with music direction by Sandi Cox and choreography by Regina Branagin.
The InCONCERT Series Presents
The Scissormen on Saturday, April 7th, 2012 at the 4th Floor Blues Club.
The opening band will be- Jonny Hazard, featuring Randy & Brian Baker. Tickets are $15/person and attenders must be 21. Food & Cash Bar will be available. Tickets and more information are available at Maria Mitrione’s Italian Market, or call 765-966-5654.
The InConcert series helps to support at least 11 non-profits in the Wayne County area. By attending, you will not only enjoy yourself, you are also helping good causes in the area.
We are getting mobile uploads sent in from Richmond native, Jessica Kendall Thomas, who has been in the thick of things in downtown Indy. As you can see the excitement there is growing with each day that draws nearer to the Super Bowl in Indianapolis.
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If you haven’t been inside the Firehouse BBQ & Blues yet, but you’ve heard about “the” mural…here is a sneak preview. The mural was painted by the well known artist, Pamela Bliss, who has been director of the Murals Project in Wayne County. She also painted the Single G mural in Cambridge City as well as many others in Wayne County. This mural is located behind the stage where live music is played every weekend, and depicts the old fire wagon and horses racing to put out a fire. The Firehouse BBQ & Blues is actually housed in what was the first firehouse in the area and has been remodeled with much of its historic value preserved, by two firefighters who took on this project over two years ago. It is a must -see destination!
With close to 1900 views on Youtube, this video of the 9/11 Escort of a piece of the Twin Towers heading to Indianapolis, is the most viewed of 2011 for GoWayneCounty.com:
Trunk or Treat, sponsored again by the Richmond Parks and Recreation Department, was a great “treat” for the hundreds of children who ventured out on a cold night last Wednesday.
So many cute ghouls and boys rounded the circle of decorated trunks with costumed adults and children handing out candy. And then, indoors to the games and costume contests, food and fun. It was a great night for the children and those who helped put on the event.
During the costume contest the crowd was also entertained by a magician while the judges tallied their votes for the 7 years and up category. The judges included the RiverRat and other well known personalities and their task was daunting with so many wonderful entries.
See the video below of the magician’s act and find more pictures of the many children who attended, on our facebook site at Go Wayne County. Thanks to all who worked so hard to bring this event to the community.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Boys & Girls Clubs of Wayne County Improve Financial Literacy
With Innovative Money Matters Programs for Teens
Teen members of The Boys & Girls Clubs of Wayne County will receive valuable guidance and education in financial literacy, including budgeting, saving, avoiding debt and saving for college in a new after-school enrichment program.
Richmond, October 15th, 2011 – On this day, the teen members of The Boys & Girls Clubs of Wayne County will participate in a financial literacy program called Money Matters. The Money Matters program was created by The Boys & Girls Clubs of America, in partnership with the Charles Schwab Foundation, to provide behavior-changing financial education to help teens get on the path toward budgeting, saving, and planning for college and financial freedom.
“We are delighted that Charles Schwab is sponsoring this nationwide financial education program, developed specifically to address the needs of at-risk teens,” said Erica Cook, the Teen Program Coordinator of The Boys & Girls Clubs of Wayne County. “This Money Matters program reaches teens at such a critical time. We hope to positively impact the saving and spending behaviors of our members by providing them with the knowledge and skills they need to make informed financial decisions throughout their lives.”
About Money Matters
The Money matters program uses interactive activities to educate teens 13-18, on critical aspects of financial literacy, including managing a checking account, budgeting, saving, avoiding debt, investing, paying for college, and entrepreneurship. The Money Matters program was developed in a joint collaboration between Boys & Girls Clubs of America and the Charles Schwab Foundation.
About Boys & Girls Clubs of Wayne County
Located at 1717 S. L St. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Wayne County has served the youth of Richmond for 53 years. The Club provides programs for more than 2500 boys & girls in the areas of character and leadership, educational and career development, health and life skills, the arts, sports, fitness and recreation.
- www.bgcrichmond.org * Contact: Erica Cook 962-6922