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Richmond, IN, 4/21/2017 – Best-One Tire will be hosting our 1st Annual Tire & Battery Recycling Day on Friday, April 21, in hopes of spreading the word to celebrate Earth Day here in Richmond, IN!


Best-One Tire will be offering free tire & battery recycling at 100 North 7th Street from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm on Friday, April 21.  Residents in Wayne County are welcome to bring up to 4 tires to our store and we will recycle them in an environmentally safe fashion, free of charge.  Customers will also receive a $10 off coupon for any future service!  Too often, scrap tires are seen in our woods, along the rivers, and on the sides of the road.  The same goes for unwanted car batteries.  With this event, we are hoping to remind residents that improper disposal of tires, batteries and other scrap items can be hazardous to the environment and our community.


Roger Clark, Owner of Best-One Tire & Auto Care of Richmond, states that we must all be environmentally conscious.  This is our way to help out.  We scrap all our tires in a safe fashion.  We are proud to help make our community cleaner and more environmentally responsible.


Please join us in keeping the Richmond Community a safe and beautiful city we call home!  Wayne County residents only, NO businesses.  Semi and tractor tires will NOT be accepted.  Up to 4 tires per vehicle/customer.  Only at the Richmond location.


  7:30PM 9:00PM JR Stuart as Twain in "The Gospel According to Mar  

Nettle Creek Players, a 501c3 not-for-profit arts organization, will present “THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO MARK” by JR Sturat at 7:30pm on Friday, April 21, 2017 on the Opera House stage in the Historic Hagerstown Museum at 96 ½ E. Main downtown Hagerstown on Indiana State Highways 1 & 38. Tickets for each of the concerts are $15 per person and can be purchased at “THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO MARK” is a solo performance piece that captures Mark Twain during two different periods a decade apart. Act One finds him onstage, as he performed during his Debt Tour in 1895, presenting his tales of travel, reminiscing about his time on the Mississippi, and featuring a "reading" from his masterpiece, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Act Two finds him a decade later, 1905, in his study as he reflects on his youth, attempts to rationalize the logic of a lynch mob in “The United States of Lyncherdom,” and discusses the loss of his daughter Suzy and his wife, Livy, who is immortalized in “Eve’s Diary.” This evening of laughter and powerful social commentary has been delighting audiences in regional theatres, colleges, churches and various venues since its debut at Derby Dinner Playhouse in 1991. J.R. Stuart is a Theatre Performance graduate of Ball State University and a veteran of over three hundred professional productions. Aside from the national tours of CHICAGO and GIGI, Mr. Stuart is a proud 25-year veteran as character actor in residence at Derby Dinner Playhouse in the Louisville metropolitan area and is a resident of New Albany, Indiana. Favorite roles include Twain, as well as his other one-man portrayal, President Truman in Samuel Gallu's GIVE 'EM HELL, HARRY!, Tevye in FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, Doolittle in MY FAIR LADY, Dysart in EQUUS and Estragon in Beckett's WAITING FOR GODOT. Favorite directing projects include ANNIE GET YOUR GUN for The Palms Theatre in Mesa, Arizona, COCK and THRILL ME for Pandora Productions in Louisville, Kentucky, and the several charity productions he has mounted at his church's chapel, Stage on Spring at St. Mark's United Church of Christ in New Albany, Indiana, where he recently directed THE GLASS MENAGERIE and will soon direct THE ELEPHANT MAN.