PIQUA — In the Piqua City Commission story published in Thursday’s paper, the article incorrectly stated city employee Christopher Melvin recently retired after 30 years as wastewater superintendent. Melvin was employed by the city for over 30 years, however, he was not promoted to wastewater superintendent until 2016.
TIPP CITY — The Tipp City Chamber of Commerce will offer a leadership program for the fourth year for students entering their senior year of high school. Teen Leadership Academy will introduce these teens to specific areas of the community including government, non-profits, law, healthcare and general businesses, including manufacturing, in an effort to actively engage them in the community.
PIQUA — The Paul G. Duke Academy for Community Leadership and the Center for Leadership Development at Edison State Community College will host the Mosaic of Community Leadership Conference on Wednesday, May 19, from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. via Zoom video conferencing.
COLLIERVILLE, Tenn. — Lisa Marie (Burkett) Higgins, chief technology officer for Collierville Schools, recently earned the Certified Education Technology Leader (CETL) designation from the Consortium for School Networking by passing a rigorous certification exam. Higgins, a Pqua High School graduate, has served as the district chief technology officer since 2018 and brings over 20 years of education and technology experience to the position.