Area briefs


Halloween goodies giveaway set

PIQUA — The Southview Neighborhood Association, in conjunction with the Miami Valley Dental Clinic, will once again give away toothbrushes and toothpaste along with Halloween goodies on Trick-Or-Treat Night, Tuesday, Oct. 31, from 6-8 p.m. Some sites will also have school supplies, pencils, crayons, and paper.

The following addresses will be part of the giveaway: 220 S. Wayne; 704 Leonard; 701 Wood St.; 714 S. Downing; 1409 W. Grant; and 514 Robinson.

In addition, the Piqua Police cars and the Piqua Fire Department trucks will also give out the dental supplies, along with their usual goodies for the trick-or-treaters.

For information, please call Southview President Jim Vetter at 778-1696.

Volunteers sought at WACO

TROY — WACO Air Museum is hosting an informational meeting for potential volunteers on Wednesday, Nov. 8, from 1-2 p.m. WACO has opportunities of all types of skills, from maintenance, teachers, tour guides, greeters, gift shop attendants and more. Call 335-9226 to make a reservation to attend.

Christmas applications accepted

PIQUA — For those families in need of a helping hand for Christmas who missed the original application days, the Salvation Army will be having make-up days for applications on Thursday, Nov. 2 and Friday, Nov. 3. The make-up days will be by appointment only.

Please stop by the Salvation Army office at 129 S. Wayne St. in Piqua prior to the make-up dates between 9 a.m. to noon or 12:30-3 p.m. to schedule an appointment and get a flyer that shares the documentation necessary for the application.

For more information, call (937) 773-7563.

Webb to speak at breakfast

TROY — Jane Webb of The ‘67 Quilters will be the speaker at the monthly veterans’ breakfast at the Miami Valley Veterans Museum at 9 a.m. Nov. 1, at 107 W. Main St., Troy.

In addition, the Piqua-Lewis Boyer Daughters of the American Revolution will be serving breakfast.

Webb wanted to honor her brothers and all veterans, in particular one from the class of 1967. She recruited a few high school friends. Then, sitting at K’s, Webb welcomed a large number of quilters with willing hearts and hands to bring her dream to life. Word spread to many classmates with a heartfelt desire to be part of a very special tribute. Classmates from all over showed up. The common factors were the veterans and expressing respect and gratitude for sacrifices made during the Vietnam era.

An elevator is available. For more information, call 332-8852 or visit miamivalleyveteransmuseum.com.