Braving the cold to help others


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Jordan Karn, Lexi Gastelu, and Gabby Cromes unload boxes of canned goods that were donated to the Salvation Army food pantry by Piqua Central Intermediate School students on Thursday. Karn and Gastelu are in the eighth grade while Cromes is a seventh grader. More than 2,200 food items were donated and delivered just at Piqua Junior High School.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Jordan Karn, Lexi Gastelu, and Gabby Cromes unload boxes of canned goods that were donated to the Salvation Army food pantry by Piqua Central Intermediate School students on Thursday. Karn and Gastelu are in the eighth grade while Cromes is a seventh grader. More than 2,200 food items were donated and delivered just at Piqua Junior High School.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Jordan Karn, Lexi Gastelu, and Gabby Cromes unload boxes of canned goods that were donated to the Salvation Army food pantry by Piqua Central Intermediate School students on Thursday. Karn and Gastelu are in the eighth grade while Cromes is a seventh grader. More than 2,200 food items were donated and delivered just at Piqua Junior High School.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Jordan Karn, Lexi Gastelu, and Gabby Cromes unload boxes of canned goods that were donated to the Salvation Army food pantry by Piqua Central Intermediate School students on Thursday. Karn and Gastelu are in the eighth grade while Cromes is a seventh grader. More than 2,200 food items were donated and delivered just at Piqua Junior High School.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2016/12/web1_120816mju_pjhs_fooddrive-1.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Jordan Karn, Lexi Gastelu, and Gabby Cromes unload boxes of canned goods that were donated to the Salvation Army food pantry by Piqua Central Intermediate School students on Thursday. Karn and Gastelu are in the eighth grade while Cromes is a seventh grader. More than 2,200 food items were donated and delivered just at Piqua Junior High School.