We love giving back to our community that gives so much to us!
Here are some of our most recent Benevolence Projects in the Wayne County area!
In June 2017 the Norwayne HPAC donated $250.00
towards Rails to Trails of Wayne County's campaign
to build another local trail, the Heartland Trail, in
During the summer of 2017 the Norwayne
HPAC donated $300.00 to the Rittman Garden
Club and helped them build a shelter and
picnic area at the Rittman County Line Trail
Trailhead. The shelter was dedicated on
November 12, 2017.
ABOVE: HPAC Secretary Trent McCune (farthest left) stands with most of the members of the Rittman Garden Club at the Dedication Ceremony of their new shelter on the County Line Trail on November 12, 2017.
In April 2016, the Norwayne HPAC donated $1,060 of
revenue and donations from the 2016 County Line
Trail 5K and Rainbow Run to Joey Leininger, a
Norwayne student who battled a rare form of cancer.
He has since passed away.
In June 2016 the Norwayne HPAC donated
$1,000.00 to Rails to Trails of Wayne County for
the maintenance, development, and promotion
of the County Line Trail.
(L to R) Norwayne HPAC RepresentativesTyler Ault, President
Hannah Miller, and Vice President Lance Larrison give the
check to Mr. Noble, President of RTWC, on June 8, 2016.
In April 2016 the Norwayne HPAC donated $1,000.00
to the Sterling Freight House Depot Restoration and
Preservation Project in Sterling, Ohio. A local group
of Wayne County citizens are restoring and
preserving the 150+ year old structure, the
last and the oldest remnant of Sterling's rich
railroading heritage still intact today.