Teen leaders at work in the community


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Savannah Charles, seated, and Mikalya Schaffner, record the names engraved on veteran’s bricks at the Piqua Veterans Memorial on Tuesday morning. Charles, a senior at Piqua High School and Schaffner, a junior, were two of 21 Piqua Teen Leadership students to take part in the project as part of their Community Project for the Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce Teen Leadership Program. The group is recording the name, information, and location of each of the more than 3000 bricks. That information will be placed in a data base at the Chamber so that veterans and loved ones can more easily locate bricks at the Memorial.


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Savannah Charles, seated, and Mikalya Schaffner, record the names engraved on veteran’s bricks at the Piqua Veterans Memorial on Tuesday morning. Charles, a senior at Piqua High School and Schaffner, a junior, were two of 21 Piqua Teen Leadership students to take part in the project as part of their Community Project for the Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce Teen Leadership Program. The group is recording the name, information, and location of each of the more than 3000 bricks. That information will be placed in a data base at the Chamber so that veterans and loved ones can more easily locate bricks at the Memorial.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Savannah Charles, seated, and Mikalya Schaffner, record the names engraved on veteran’s bricks at the Piqua Veterans Memorial on Tuesday morning. Charles, a senior at Piqua High School and Schaffner, a junior, were two of 21 Piqua Teen Leadership students to take part in the project as part of their Community Project for the Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce Teen Leadership Program. The group is recording the name, information, and location of each of the more than 3000 bricks. That information will be placed in a data base at the Chamber so that veterans and loved ones can more easily locate bricks at the Memorial.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/web1_111516mju_pacc_teenleadership.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Savannah Charles, seated, and Mikalya Schaffner, record the names engraved on veteran’s bricks at the Piqua Veterans Memorial on Tuesday morning. Charles, a senior at Piqua High School and Schaffner, a junior, were two of 21 Piqua Teen Leadership students to take part in the project as part of their Community Project for the Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce Teen Leadership Program. The group is recording the name, information, and location of each of the more than 3000 bricks. That information will be placed in a data base at the Chamber so that veterans and loved ones can more easily locate bricks at the Memorial.

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