OrthoWorx and Grace College Collaborate on New Community Website

Grace College and OrthoWorx are proud to announce the availability of a new website – www.MyWarsaw.Net – that serves as a central hub of information about the Warsaw area for residents, employees and visitors.

OrthoWorx partnered with area community leaders and volunteers to develop the website and will collaborate with us to regularly update the site with information about all Warsaw and the surrounding areas have to offer. The website was officially launched on July 9, 2012, at a MyWarsaw.Net community event.

“We are excited about the content that this new site provides to our audience. Whether it’s a parent, a potential seminary or graduate student, or a partner of the school, MyWarsaw.net clearly communicates how amazing this community is.” said David Grout, Marketing & Communications Director, Grace College. “Not only does it visually represent the Warsaw and Winona Lake area through contextually rich photography, it provides valuable information to assist students and parents in their decision-making process.”

The website includes:

  • A comprehensive and regularly updated events calendar
  • A cost-of-living calculator to illustrate the affordability of living in the Warsaw area
  • Details about area schools, employers, recreation, service organizations and government agencies
  • Links to the area’s arts, food and entertainment

Updated information also will be posted on Facebook and Twitter.

“Response and interest from community and regional contributors have been overwhelmingly positive,” said Tammy Allen, manager, communications and projects for OrthoWorx. “Their enthusiasm and input to MyWarsaw.Net contribute to the successful launch and future success of the website as a community resource for information.

“Our goal is to keep the website fresh with photographs of local residents and employees and also current information about the benefits of living in Warsaw,” Allen added. “We appreciate those individuals and organizations dedicated to helping us make this website a true reflection of life in Warsaw.”

Log on to the website at www.MyWarsaw.Net to discover the Warsaw area. Follow MyWarsaw on Twitter at @My_Warsaw and on Facebook.

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