A job of pick-up sticks


Nathan Peterson, 12, of Sidney, son of Amber and Jonathan Lewis, picks up sticks around what he was told is a peach tree, in a yard along Broadway Avenue on Wednesday, March 17. Two pieces of wood have been placed under the tree to keep it from falling down. Peterson does odd jobs for the property owner, including mowing the grass.

Nathan Peterson, 12, of Sidney, son of Amber and Jonathan Lewis, picks up sticks around what he was told is a peach tree, in a yard along Broadway Avenue on Wednesday, March 17. Two pieces of wood have been placed under the tree to keep it from falling down. Peterson does odd jobs for the property owner, including mowing the grass.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Nathan Peterson, 12, of Sidney, son of Amber and Jonathan Lewis, picks up sticks around what he was told is a peach tree, in a yard along Broadway Avenue on Wednesday, March 17. Two pieces of wood have been placed under the tree to keep it from falling down. Peterson does odd jobs for the property owner, including mowing the grass.

Nathan Peterson, 12, of Sidney, son of Amber and Jonathan Lewis, picks up sticks around what he was told is a peach tree, in a yard along Broadway Avenue on Wednesday, March 17. Two pieces of wood have been placed under the tree to keep it from falling down. Peterson does odd jobs for the property owner, including mowing the grass.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/03/web1_SDN031921PeachTree.jpgNathan Peterson, 12, of Sidney, son of Amber and Jonathan Lewis, picks up sticks around what he was told is a peach tree, in a yard along Broadway Avenue on Wednesday, March 17. Two pieces of wood have been placed under the tree to keep it from falling down. Peterson does odd jobs for the property owner, including mowing the grass. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News