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Check out this website that celebrates Wayne County history and its upcoming bicentennial:
The Wayne County Bicentennial Website is <http://www.waynecounty200.com/> . THERE you can find:
Committee member list
Bicentennial Bytes (newsletters)
Brochure and Rack Card
Important links AND more
The Wayne Historians Organization (WHO) is a loosely organized collaboration of municipal historians and historical society representatives. The group meets bi-monthly to discuss topics of interest to the participants and works to share best practices and important information. The County Historian’s Office assists in coordinating WHO activities.
Town Historians and representatives of local historical societies have contributed to the WHO online database of historic sites which includes: museums, historic markers, architectural treasures, churches, schools, cemeteries, industries, transportation, murals, organizations, and much more.
Check out the website: waynehistorians.org.
Wayne MOST (Maximizing Out of School Time) has launched a Virtual Resources Page which is specifically targeted at kids and families.
The first service to launch will be the Virtual Family Resource Center, where families can go to enter a one-on-one Zoom chat room to speak with a volunteer to help them get their questions answered. Help will be offered to navigate their school district (policies, procedures, technology, or transportation to name a few areas); or how to access public services (social services, mental health services, addiction counselling, etc.).
It’s easy. Help is only a few clicks away! Visit the Wayne M.O.S.T. website ( [ http://www.waynemost.org/ | www.waynemost.org ] ) and click on the ” [ https://waynemost.org/wcvirtual-resources | Virtual Resources” link. ] The Virtual Family Resources Center opened Tuesday, September 8th at four PM. The Center will be staffed and available to all residents of Wayne County every Tuesday through Thursday, between the hours of 4 and 7 PM.
If you do not have an OWWL library card, click the link below to register with the Wolcott Public Library:
Click here to access Ancestry Library Edition via owwl.org: