Several members receive honors

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Several Piqua High School Key Club members and advisors recently attended the Ohio Key Club District Leadership Convention in Columbus, including (front row, left to right): Kayla Harshman and Rebecca Dunaway; (back row, left to right): Bonnie Jackson, advisor; Clayton Brown; Abby Helman, Gretchen Roeth, advisor; Lyric Wyan; Whitney Biddle; Ashley Ho; Frankie Munoz. Missing from the photo are advisors Kim Bean, Mark Wion and Mark Reedy.
Several Piqua High School Key Club members and advisors recently attended the Ohio Key Club District Leadership Convention in Columbus, including (front row, left to right): Kayla Harshman and Rebecca Dunaway; (back row, left to right): Bonnie Jackson, advisor; Clayton Brown; Abby Helman, Gretchen Roeth, advisor; Lyric Wyan; Whitney Biddle; Ashley Ho; Frankie Munoz. Missing from the photo are advisors Kim Bean, Mark Wion and Mark Reedy.
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PIQUA — The Piqua High School Key Club took part in Ohio Key Club District Leadership Convention in Columbus last weekend and have many things to celebrate:

• Clayton Brown, PHS junior and current Key Club president was elected governor of the Ohio Key Club, and also received the Distinguished Club President Award.

• Lyric Wyan, junior and current Key Club vice president, was elected lieutenant governor of Division 3, and also received the Distinguished Club Vice President Award.

• Abby Helman, senior and immediate past president of Key Club, received the Sandy Nininger Outstanding Leadership Award for Key Club members in the state.

• PHS Key Club received a second place Distinguished Key Club Award, as well as a second place trophy for Achievement Reports.

• Kiwanis Club of Piqua received an Excellent Certificate Award for Sponsoring the PHS Key Club.

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