The Piqua Area Chamber Ambassadors welcomed Boost Mobile with a ribbon cutting ceremony this morning. Welcome to the Piqua community!
Phase II is complete. Our volunteers finished the placement and settling of the raised garden beds.
Special thanks to Brett Baumeister, Jim Robinson, Scott Bloom and Mark Casto for their expertise and time given to make this project happen.
Phase one of the Garden Tribe has been completed thanks to some help by our great volunteers – Brett Baumeister, Jim Robinson, Mark Schmitmeyer, Ellie and Scott Bloom, Mark Casto and Wayne Chalmers!
This project for Piqua City Schools and Piqua Catholic School involved constructing 13 raised gardens, and there’s lots more to come!
Stay tuned to our website for more updates.
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. More
Changes have been made to the PACC Piqua Teen Leaders program offered through the Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce. The Piqua Area Chamber has changed the name of its Piqua Teen Leaders to “Empower Teen Leaders”. The program will now be offered to not only Piqua City Schools, but Upper Valley Career Center & Lehman High School juniors and seniors. More
The Piqua Area Chamber concluded the 2016 – 2017 PACC Teen Leaders and PACC Leadership Development programs at the Johnston Farm & Indian Agency historical site, yesterday. Andy Hite, Director of Johnston Farm & Indian Agency graciously hosted the April session with a history tour and graduation ceremony for both Chamber groups. More
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