February 2022 News Briefs
Learn about the life of Henry Ford
Mike Skinner of the Ford Piquette Plant museum will be at the Wayne Historical Museum, 1 Towne Square, on Thursday, February 10, at 7 p.m. to give a lecture on the life of Henry Ford. All are invited to attend.
Girls from the class of 2023 wanted!
The co-directors of the Distinguished Young Women of Wayne County are inviting any high school junior girls from the Class of 2023 who live in Wayne County to register to participate in the next Distinguished Young Women Scholarship Program which will be held Friday, March 25, at John Glenn High School. An orientation event (via Zoom) will be held on Monday, February 7, at 7 p.m. If unable to attend the orientation, please send an email to Lauren Perry and Jodi Berry, the co-directors, at WayneMI@DistinguishedYW.org.
Distinguished Young Women of Western Wayne County is part of a national program that empowers young women to reach their full potential by providing scholarships, life skills workshops (like interview), and a positive peer network.
Learn about recycling metal
Jim Neidert from Weiser Recycling of Wayne will give a talk on Thursday, March 10, at 7 p.m. about environmental metal recycling. He hopes to encourage more people to recycle all household metals, such as old grills, rusty shelving, mismatched tools or other items you’re not sure what to do with. Make some space in your garage or closet, and maybe make a few bucks too. Mr. Neidert will bring some samples along and answer any questions he can. This event will be held at the Wayne Historical Museum, 1 Towne Square. All are invited.