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1970 square feet of downtown Piqua office space for lease Highly visible one story brick office space located on US 36 Interior offers:
- 4 offices
- Conference room Spacious reception area Work area
- Galley kitchen
- Two restrooms
This versatile space lends itself to either one tenant or multiple tenants.
For more information contact Kathy Sherman at the Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce, 773-2765 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Professional Office Space Available Within the Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce Building Located at 326 N. Main Street
Two individual offices, located side-by-side Amenities include:
- Conference room with soda and coffee supplied
- Boardroom with smartboard and internet available
- Boardroom is supplied with soda and coffee
- Kitchen including refrigerator and microwave
- Workroom with copier and fax machine
- Secured facility
- Downtown visibility
- Signage available
- Janitorial services
- 375 sq. ft. each
Call the Chamber, 773-2765, to see one or both of the professional office spaces.
The U.S. Small Business Administration Columbus District Office will formally recognize Todd Miller, president of Isaiah Industries, as a small business leader “sparking” economic development in Piqua, Ohio.
Congressman Warren Davidson and SBA District Director Everett Woodel will present the award, which will be followed by a small business and economic partner roundtable to discuss area small business resources, challenges and future ways to strengthen partnerships to help small businesses grow and thrive. More
Connecting Leaders to the Community
Piqua has enjoyed steady, quality growth over the years as a direct result of quality leadership of its citizens. Piqua Partnership aspires to increase the quality and quantity of men and women capable of assuming leadership roles in our community.
Piqua Partnership will consist of eight sessions held one day a month from April through November, the second Tuesday of every month. Sessions will be held at locations in the Piqua area that best relate to the topic. Each session is designed to address a specific topic rather than vague concepts.
Participants must have motivation, interest, and a commitment to fulfill the content of the leadership program.
Tuition for Piqua Partnership is $400 for Chamber members and $500 for Non-Chamber members. The fee covers the cost of resource materials, supplementary data, and topic presenters. The fee also includes lunches and graduation dinner for the participant.
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July 9, 2019
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Piqua Partnership is sponsored by the Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce. Please return application by March 22, 2019 to:
Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce
Attn: Audrey Davis
P.O. Box 1142
Piqua, OH 45356
Betty Hemmert, was an accomplished pianist and a talented voice teacher. She first came to Piqua in 1945 to teach music at Wilder Junior High and Piqua Central High School. She began to teach piano privately while rearing their five children.
Hemmert was organist and choir director for several churches and directed the quartet at the Jewish Temple. She was founder and director of the Piqua Community Chorus and also directed the Skylarks, a girls vocal ensemble in the 1940’s and the Silhouettes, a girls trio in the 1970’s. Betty taught private voice lessons for many years until retirement in 1999. Her students were highly successful in Ohio Music Education Association contests and on the high school stage.
This scholarship is intended to be presented to a resident in the City of Piqua who is currently a high school senior seeking enrollment in an accredited college or other post-high school institution. The student is required to reside in the 45356-zip code upon high school graduation. The student must show that he or she has made a significant contribution to the performing arts during their high school years. They should demonstrate that during the four years spent in high school that they had a musical achievement, were committed to various high school musicals or served on the musical committees.
For more information and to obtain a scholarship application form, please contact your guidance counselor, the Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce at 937-773-2765 or email email@example.com. Applications may also be downloaded from the link below.
The deadline for the application and letters of recommendation to be turned in to the Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce, 326 N. Main Street, is 4:00pm on Friday, March 29, 2019.