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&XOWXUH 5HFUHDWLRQ advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research. Locally the organization works to provide scholarships for women returning to school. The organization also partners with the College of Wooster to sponsor workshops for young women in wage and salary negotiation and for young girls in Wayne County to encourage interest in the sciences and mathematics. The Village Network/Boys’ Village Campus - 3011 Akron Road, (330) 264-3232; various volunteer activities throughout the year. Please contact Jenny Fowler, volunteer/events coordinator for more information; (330) 202-3811,, or the website,

Valley College Grange, 2411 Shreve Rd. (SR 226), Wooster. Wayne County Cemetery Preservation Society - Meets the 3rd Tuesday (except December), 6 p.m., Wayne County Public Library: Genealogy room, 220 W. Liberty St.; Larry Knox, director, (330) 262-5447. Wayne County Genealogical Society - Meets the 1st Saturday (exceptions for the months of July, September & December), 10 a.m., Wayne County Public Library, 220 W. Liberty St.; Pam Blaha, president, (330) 262-0916, Ext. 7138.

Wayne County Radio-Controlled Aircraft Club - 5231 Thompson Rd., Smithville. Meets the 1st Tuesday, 7 p.m., Catholic Daughters of America - Meets the 1st Thursday, at the Wayne County Public Library, 220 W. Liberty St.; Ed September-June, 6 p.m., St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 527 Hawk, president, (330) 669-9357, enj4204@embarqmail. Beall Ave.; Diane Boldman, regent, (330) 682-7949; open to com. all Catholic women. Wooster Camera Club - Meets the 1st Monday (except Daughters of the American Revolution, Wooster-Wayne July and August), 7 p.m., Wesley Hall, Wooster United Chapter - Places and times of meetings vary; Tamara Methodist Church, 243 N. Market St.; Bill Blanchard, Hodge, regent, (330) 263-0517, contact, (330) 345-7999;; open Rebounders Club - Conducts pre-game meetings during to all Wayne County film/digital enthusiasts. College of Wooster basketball season (NovemberWooster Community Hospital Auxiliary - Carla Redick, February), location varies; for meeting schedule, call Tom Volunteer Coordinator, (330) 263-8299. Hilt, chairman, (330) 262-0303. Wooster Duplicate Bridge Club, ACBL #116053 - Meets Gnat Boxers Square Dance Club - Meets the 1st and 3rd every Wednesday, 1:30 p.m., Central Christian Church, 407 Saturday, 8-10:30 p.m., Beginnner Dancers, Monday 7-9 N. Market St.; Kevin Phipps, contact (330) 262-4652. p.m. (enrollment open end of September), Ida Sue School, Wooster Main Branch Friends of the Wayne County Public 266 Oldman Rd..; Dick Mackey, (330) 264-2725. Library - Volunteers support and enhance the library’s Junior Women’s Service Club of Wayne County - Meets services and resources through fund raising events and the 2nd Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., conference room of the sponsorship of library programs and activities; Contact Animal Hospital, 2752 Cleveland Rd.; Jean Boen, (330) locations nearest you for more info. 234-2236 Wooster Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary - Meets the Red Hat Societies: 4th Monday, 7 p.m., Salvation Army’s Family Life Center; Lady Chatterettes - Meet the 2nd Monday, time and (330) 264-4704. location vary; members wear red hats and purple outfits; Wooster Stamp Club - Meets the 3rd Thursday, 6:30 p.m., Shirley Albertson, Queen Mum, (419) 994-4543. Trinity United Church of Christ located on the corner of Valley College Grange - Meets the 2nd Friday at 7:30 p.m., and the 4th Friday, at 6:30 p.m., April through August, and October; the 2nd Friday only, November through March; and the 4th Friday only in September;

North St. and Buckeye St., PO Box 626, Wooster, 44691; Rick Peterson, (330) 262-5378, or; holds stamp show, Woopex, October 15, 2016; Ida Sue School, Oldman Rd.

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Wooster Today: The 2016 Community Guide  

A guide to services and life in Wooster, Ohio, published by Spectrum Publications, a division of The Daily Record.

Wooster Today: The 2016 Community Guide  

A guide to services and life in Wooster, Ohio, published by Spectrum Publications, a division of The Daily Record.