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KAPSigns employees Terry Evans (in the truck) and Jim Sizemore, on the ladder, were busy installing a new Great Miami Riverway kiosk by Geib Pavilion at Tawawa Park Friday morning. The city is part of the riverway program which allows people to visit locations along the river via an app on their phone.

KAPSigns employees Terry Evans (in the truck) and Jim Sizemore, on the ladder, were busy installing a new Great Miami Riverway kiosk by Geib Pavilion at Tawawa Park Friday morning. The city is part of the riverway program which allows people to visit locations along the river via an app on their phone.


Amy Chupp | Sidney Daily News

KAPSigns employees Terry Evans (in the truck) and Jim Sizemore, on the ladder, were busy installing a new Great Miami Riverway kiosk by Geib Pavilion at Tawawa Park Friday morning. The city is part of the riverway program which allows people to visit locations along the river via an app on their phone.

KAPSigns employees Terry Evans (in the truck) and Jim Sizemore, on the ladder, were busy installing a new Great Miami Riverway kiosk by Geib Pavilion at Tawawa Park Friday morning. The city is part of the riverway program which allows people to visit locations along the river via an app on their phone.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/10/web1_NewSign-copy.jpgKAPSigns employees Terry Evans (in the truck) and Jim Sizemore, on the ladder, were busy installing a new Great Miami Riverway kiosk by Geib Pavilion at Tawawa Park Friday morning. The city is part of the riverway program which allows people to visit locations along the river via an app on their phone. Amy Chupp | Sidney Daily News