A century of service


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Piqua Rotary Club members and members of Friends of Piqua Parks display a new flag and flag pole that was recently installed at Pitsenbarger Park. The donation was part of the Piqua Rotary’s Century of Service celebration. The pole stands near the McKinley Ave. entrance to the park, near the location of the statue of Piqua native and Medal of Honor recipient William Pitsenbarger, that is slated to be installed and dedicated later this year. Pictured l-r are, Rotary presidents Skip Murray (immediate past president), Stacy Wall, (current president), Don Smith, Edna Stiefel and Chuck Black.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Piqua Rotary Club members and members of Friends of Piqua Parks display a new flag and flag pole that was recently installed at Pitsenbarger Park. The donation was part of the Piqua Rotary’s Century of Service celebration. The pole stands near the McKinley Ave. entrance to the park, near the location of the statue of Piqua native and Medal of Honor recipient William Pitsenbarger, that is slated to be installed and dedicated later this year. Pictured l-r are, Rotary presidents Skip Murray (immediate past president), Stacy Wall, (current president), Don Smith, Edna Stiefel and Chuck Black.