The PACC has concluded its summer session of the 2017 EMPOWER Teen Leaders program. The two – week session included various topics such as Piqua City Government & how it works, taking care of personal finances, leaders within our city, local history, public safety with the Piqua Fire Department & Piqua Police Department and Bike Safety on the P.A.T.H. The Teen Leaders participated in interactive presentations and toured different locations within the City of Piqua.
We would like to thank the following individuals for sharing their time and expertise to make this program a success.
Piqua Mayor Kazy Hinds
Gary Huff, Piqua City Manager
Commissioner, Bill Vogt
Justin Sommer, Piqua City Economic Director
Chief Polschneider, Piqua City Fire Department
Piqua City Firefighters
Chief Jamison, Piqua City Police Department
Piqua City Police Officers
Jim Roth, Superintendent Forest Hill Cemetery
Lorna Swisher, Director Mainstreet Piqua
Jena Powell, Marketing Manager Huntington Outdoor
Jim Oda, Director Piqua Public Library
Leesa Baker, Director YWCA
Jim McMaken, Director YMCA
Peggy Wiggins, Director of the Center for Workforce Development & Education,
Edison State Community College
Christine Hulme, Owner, Cold Stone Creamery Troy
Lisa McGraw, Vice President, Commercial Cash Management, Unity National Bank
Scott Rasor, Senior VP of Retail Lending, Unity National Bank
Participants of the EMPOWER Teen Leaders will return to the Chamber in February 2018 to complete their Leadership project by participating in the Unity Way Teens Taking Charge.
Congratulations to our EMPOWER Teen Leaders!