Figuring it out together


Provided photo On Friday, May 13, the Piqua Home Depot store partnered with the staff of Springcreek Primary School to hold a “Project Figure it Out” day designed by gifted teacher Mrs. Jennifer Everett, art teacher Aleem Usman, and Home Depot store manager, Eric Harper. Home Depot donated over 300 child-size wood kits and to paint and assemble. Each child was dressed in their very own orange Home Depot apron with their names on the front. The store also several additional supplies for the Summer STEM school that will be held this June.


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On Friday, May 13, the Piqua Home Depot store partnered with the staff of Springcreek Primary School to hold a “Project Figure it Out” day designed by gifted teacher Mrs. Jennifer Everett, art teacher Aleem Usman, and Home Depot store manager, Eric Harper. Home Depot donated over 300 child-size wood kits and to paint and assemble. Each child was dressed in their very own orange Home Depot apron with their names on the front. The store also several additional supplies for the Summer STEM school that will be held this June.

Provided photo On Friday, May 13, the Piqua Home Depot store partnered with the staff of Springcreek Primary School to hold a “Project Figure it Out” day designed by gifted teacher Mrs. Jennifer Everett, art teacher Aleem Usman, and Home Depot store manager, Eric Harper. Home Depot donated over 300 child-size wood kits and to paint and assemble. Each child was dressed in their very own orange Home Depot apron with their names on the front. The store also several additional supplies for the Summer STEM school that will be held this June.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Home-Depot-Day-and-Hopkins-party-019.jpgProvided photo On Friday, May 13, the Piqua Home Depot store partnered with the staff of Springcreek Primary School to hold a “Project Figure it Out” day designed by gifted teacher Mrs. Jennifer Everett, art teacher Aleem Usman, and Home Depot store manager, Eric Harper. Home Depot donated over 300 child-size wood kits and to paint and assemble. Each child was dressed in their very own orange Home Depot apron with their names on the front. The store also several additional supplies for the Summer STEM school that will be held this June.
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