Community Development

Family Resource Network

The Wayne County Extension Office supports the efforts of the Wayne Family Resource Network (FRN). The FRN represents over 70 agencies in Wayne County and provides programmatic and resource support to help improve the lives of families in the area.

The FRN meetings are the third Wednesday of every month at 10:00 a.m. at the Wayne Health Department unless otherwise noted. Check out the FRN website at http://www.waynefrn.org/ The site features a ‘Look at a Glance’, which provides contact details for a multitude of agencies and organizations in Wayne County.

For more information contact: Charity Damron, FRN Coordinator at 272-6003 or Email more information on the FRN visit http://www.waynefrn.org/index.html.

Hubcap II

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HubCAP (the Hub’s Communities of Achievement Program) is a challenging, outcome-based, performance-driven initiative designed for Community Collaboration Teams (CCTs) that are serious about implementing major, locally-defined projects in their community. The expectation from the beginning is that the CCTs, Community Performance Coaches and Hub staff will collaborate to successfully achieve positive improvement in each HubCAP community.

The Wayne County CCT is planning and implementing tourism-related projects that will leverage the opportunities expected to come with the proposed lodge and conference center at Beech Fork State Park. These include an extensive trail system, arts & crafts businesses, an expanded local food system, a variety of active outdoor recreation opportunities and more. This initiative has recently added some work on assuring that the bond issue for the facility moves forward in the face of some technical glitches and a challenging state economy.

Learn about the proposed Beech Fork State Park Lodge & Convention Center.

Other Organizations Supporting Community Development