United for fun and fellowship


Provided photo Residents enjoyed food and activities at the Piqua United Community Picnic, held in Mote Park on Aug. 13. Nearly 300 free lunches were provided, as well as more than 160 stuffed animals and 130-plus backpacks filled with school supplies. Four new bicycles went to young winners of a coloring contest, and six adults won prizes including gift certificates to local businesses.


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Residents enjoyed food and activities at the Piqua United Community Picnic, held in Mote Park on Aug. 13. Nearly 300 free lunches were provided, as well as more than 160 stuffed animals and 130-plus backpacks filled with school supplies. Four new bicycles went to young winners of a coloring contest, and six adults won prizes including gift certificates to local businesses.

Provided photo Residents enjoyed food and activities at the Piqua United Community Picnic, held in Mote Park on Aug. 13. Nearly 300 free lunches were provided, as well as more than 160 stuffed animals and 130-plus backpacks filled with school supplies. Four new bicycles went to young winners of a coloring contest, and six adults won prizes including gift certificates to local businesses.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_IMG_0212.jpgProvided photo Residents enjoyed food and activities at the Piqua United Community Picnic, held in Mote Park on Aug. 13. Nearly 300 free lunches were provided, as well as more than 160 stuffed animals and 130-plus backpacks filled with school supplies. Four new bicycles went to young winners of a coloring contest, and six adults won prizes including gift certificates to local businesses.
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