Community birthday celebration


Bachman recognized for years of service

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Former Piqua City Schools superintendent and long-time Voice of the Piqua Indians on WPTW radio and at Garbry Gymnasium, Duane Bachman stopped in at Alexander Stadium/Purk Field to check out the scoreboard message wishing him a happy 80th birthday. Wednesday in Piqua was also officially Duane Bachman day as the community showed their appreciation for the many things Bachman has contributed over his long and distinguished career.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Former Piqua City Schools superintendent and long-time Voice of the Piqua Indians on WPTW radio and at Garbry Gymnasium, Duane Bachman stopped in at Alexander Stadium/Purk Field to check out the scoreboard message wishing him a happy 80th birthday. Wednesday in Piqua was also officially Duane Bachman day as the community showed their appreciation for the many things Bachman has contributed over his long and distinguished career.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Former Piqua City Schools superintendent and long-time Voice of the Piqua Indians on WPTW radio and at Garbry Gymnasium, Duane Bachman stopped in at Alexander Stadium/Purk Field to check out the scoreboard message wishing him a happy 80th birthday. Wednesday in Piqua was also officially Duane Bachman day as the community showed their appreciation for the many things Bachman has contributed over his long and distinguished career.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_062916_phs_bachmanday.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Former Piqua City Schools superintendent and long-time Voice of the Piqua Indians on WPTW radio and at Garbry Gymnasium, Duane Bachman stopped in at Alexander Stadium/Purk Field to check out the scoreboard message wishing him a happy 80th birthday. Wednesday in Piqua was also officially Duane Bachman day as the community showed their appreciation for the many things Bachman has contributed over his long and distinguished career.
Bachman recognized for years of service
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