Cornhole for a cause


Hartzell Air Movement employees take a break to play Cornhole on Thursday. The event was part of the company United Way campaign. Hartzell bought lunch for employees who paid an entry donation to participate in the Cornhole tournament. The winning team received half of the entry money while the other half was donated to the Piqua Area United Way. The event raised $370 and the winning team was Chad Ewing and David Long.


Hartzell Air Movement employees take a break to play Cornhole on Thursday. The event was part of the company United Way campaign. Hartzell bought lunch for employees who paid an entry donation to participate in the Cornhole tournament. The winning team received half of the entry money while the other half was donated to the Piqua Area United Way. The event raised $370 and the winning team was Chad Ewing and David Long.

Hartzell Air Movement employees take a break to play Cornhole on Thursday. The event was part of the company United Way campaign. Hartzell bought lunch for employees who paid an entry donation to participate in the Cornhole tournament. The winning team received half of the entry money while the other half was donated to the Piqua Area United Way. The event raised $370 and the winning team was Chad Ewing and David Long.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_071416mju_hartzell_unitedway.jpgHartzell Air Movement employees take a break to play Cornhole on Thursday. The event was part of the company United Way campaign. Hartzell bought lunch for employees who paid an entry donation to participate in the Cornhole tournament. The winning team received half of the entry money while the other half was donated to the Piqua Area United Way. The event raised $370 and the winning team was Chad Ewing and David Long.
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