Lady Indianstennis to meet

There will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in playing girls tennis for Piqua High School this fall.

The meeting will be at 5:30 p.m. July 20 in the PHS CPA.

For more information, contact Chip Hare at 773-9577.

Piqua girls

golf scramble

The annual golf scramble benefiting the Piqua girls basketball team is scheduled for July 18 at Echo Hills Golf Course with an 8 a.m. shotgun start.

Four-person teams are still being assembled. $50 provides a round of golf, a fantastic lunch, and eligibility for a variety of door prizes, with all the proceeds benefitting the PHS girls basketball program.

Contact Kenneth Stewart for more information at

Pack The Path

set for Lock 9

Cindy Pearson and Positively Promoting Piqua will hold the fourth annual Pack The Path 5K walk-run at Lock 9 Park on July 18.

It will begin at 9 a.m. and entry fee is one canned good, with the proceeds benefitting the Bethany Center.

Bicycles are welcome as well.

The event will begin at Lock Nine and return to Lock Nine via the path that goes south. The goal is to raise awareness of heart healthy exercise and great nutrition. Please bring canned goods to support the Bethany Center’s mission to provide four meals per week to those in need. Wilma and her team of volunteers do an amazing job of providing for our community. Come out to the walk and enjoy the beauty of our bike path.

For more information, contact Cindy Pearson at 778-9017.

Harter cards

36 at Echo

Doug Harter was low gross with 36 in the Thursday Industrial League at Echo Hills Golf Course.

Ryan Pearson and Hank Poff tied for second with 37.

Sanfee Dunn and Luke Karn shared low net with 29, while Dave Brown was third with 32.


Tim Horton’s 51

Jenning’s Construction 49

Brownlee-Wray 49

Atlantis Sportswear 47

Little Debbies 42

Craycon Homes 39

A.R.M.S. Inc. 39

Nephos Vapor 38

Gisco 38

Paul Sherry Chrysler 36

Hemm’s Glass 35.5

McDonald scorches

back nine at Echo

Jon McDonald was low gross with 33 on the back nine of Echo Hills Wednesday night.

Brian Robbins was second with 38.

Brad Erwin, Doug Harter and Ron Pearson Jr. shared third with 40.

Doug Cantrell and Thom Teach shared low net with 31.

Eric Lavey was third with 32.


Joe Thoma Jewelers 59.5

Patriot Fence 52.5

Mulligan’s Pub 41

Adam & Eve 39.5

Wing & Ring’s 39

Smitty’s Bike Shop 37.5

Francis Office Supply 37

Dr. Steve Koon Optometrist 33

3 Bros & The “Law” 32.5

Long Shots 28.5