Volunteers, the heart of our community


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Volunteers from Home Depot joined the Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce and others to work at the Piqua Veteran’s Memorial on Wednesday. In addition the Home Depot volunteers, who came from as far away as Columbus to lend a hand, the retailer also furnished all of the tools and materials for the project. Home Depot will be devoting one day per month to working at the Memorial. Efforts are also underway to raise $20,000 to complete additional brick area for veteran’s bricks. For additional information on how to donate, contact the Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Volunteers from Home Depot joined the Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce and others to work at the Piqua Veteran’s Memorial on Wednesday. In addition the Home Depot volunteers, who came from as far away as Columbus to lend a hand, the retailer also furnished all of the tools and materials for the project. Home Depot will be devoting one day per month to working at the Memorial. Efforts are also underway to raise $20,000 to complete additional brick area for veteran’s bricks. For additional information on how to donate, contact the Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Students from the Upper Valley Career Center Landscape Management program spent Wednesday and Thursday working at the Pitsenbarger Park, Pitsenbarger Memorial Statue. A total of 11 juniors and six seniors worked to complete the landscape project that began with them designing landscape at the end of last school year, then returning this year to make their design into reality.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Volunteers from Home Depot joined the Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce and others to work at the Piqua Veteran’s Memorial on Wednesday. In addition the Home Depot volunteers, who came from as far away as Columbus to lend a hand, the retailer also furnished all of the tools and materials for the project. Home Depot will be devoting one day per month to working at the Memorial. Efforts are also underway to raise $20,000 to complete additional brick area for veteran’s bricks. For additional information on how to donate, contact the Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Students from the Upper Valley Career Center Landscape Management program spent Wednesday and Thursday working at the Pitsenbarger Park, Pitsenbarger Memorial Statue. A total of 11 juniors and six seniors worked to complete the landscape project that began with them designing landscape at the end of last school year, then returning this year to make their design into reality.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Volunteers from Home Depot joined the Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce and others to work at the Piqua Veteran’s Memorial on Wednesday. In addition the Home Depot volunteers, who came from as far away as Columbus to lend a hand, the retailer also furnished all of the tools and materials for the project. Home Depot will be devoting one day per month to working at the Memorial. Efforts are also underway to raise $20,000 to complete additional brick area for veteran’s bricks. For additional information on how to donate, contact the Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2016/10/web1_102716mju_veteransmemorial_homedepot.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Volunteers from Home Depot joined the Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce and others to work at the Piqua Veteran’s Memorial on Wednesday. In addition the Home Depot volunteers, who came from as far away as Columbus to lend a hand, the retailer also furnished all of the tools and materials for the project. Home Depot will be devoting one day per month to working at the Memorial. Efforts are also underway to raise $20,000 to complete additional brick area for veteran’s bricks. For additional information on how to donate, contact the Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Students from the Upper Valley Career Center Landscape Management program spent Wednesday and Thursday working at the Pitsenbarger Park, Pitsenbarger Memorial Statue. A total of 11 juniors and six seniors worked to complete the landscape project that began with them designing landscape at the end of last school year, then returning this year to make their design into reality.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2016/10/web1_102716mju_pitsenbarger_uvcclandcscape.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Students from the Upper Valley Career Center Landscape Management program spent Wednesday and Thursday working at the Pitsenbarger Park, Pitsenbarger Memorial Statue. A total of 11 juniors and six seniors worked to complete the landscape project that began with them designing landscape at the end of last school year, then returning this year to make their design into reality.