Last updated: August 24. 2014 4:49PM - 529 Views
By Michael Ullery



The ALS Icebucket challenge made its way to Fountain Park on Saturday at the Stand Against Addiction event at Hance Pavillion where Chief Bruce Jamison and Officer Kris Lee of the Piqua Police Department were joined by Jonathan Roman, CEO of Alliance Records and one of the sponsors of the SAA event, in taking a bucket of ice water to make a stand against ALS in addition to making personal donations to the cause.Anyone wishing to donate to help in the fight against ALS can do so at www.alsa.org/donate/
The ALS Icebucket challenge made its way to Fountain Park on Saturday at the Stand Against Addiction event at Hance Pavillion where Chief Bruce Jamison and Officer Kris Lee of the Piqua Police Department were joined by Jonathan Roman, CEO of Alliance Records and one of the sponsors of the SAA event, in taking a bucket of ice water to make a stand against ALS in addition to making personal donations to the cause.Anyone wishing to donate to help in the fight against ALS can do so at www.alsa.org/donate/
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The ALS Icebucket challenge made its way to Fountain Park on Saturday at the Stand Against Addiction event at Hance Pavillion where Chief Bruce Jamison and Officer Kris Lee of the Piqua Police Department were joined by Jonathan Roman, CEO of Alliance Records and one of the sponsors of the SAA event, in taking a bucket of ice water to make a stand against ALS in addition to making personal donations to the cause.Anyone wishing to donate to help in the fight against ALS can do so at www.alsa.org/donate/


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