Sidney Police Officer Bryce Stewart, right, opens his arms to hug Salvation Army Capt. Samantha Lockard, of Sidney, after they both took turns getting hit with pies. The two raced through an obstacle course. Stewart won the race. He decided to smash the pie on the back of Lockard’s head. Lockard had arranged for an extra pie to be mushed into Stewart’s face even though he won the race. The contest was held at the end of the Sidney Salvation Army’s inaugural Community Event on the courtsquare. The event, held on Tuesday, May 10, featured a variety of games that were run by local organizations and businesses.

Sidney Police Officer Bryce Stewart, right, opens his arms to hug Salvation Army Capt. Samantha Lockard, of Sidney, after they both took turns getting hit with pies. The two raced through an obstacle course. Stewart won the race. He decided to smash the pie on the back of Lockard’s head. Lockard had arranged for an extra pie to be mushed into Stewart’s face even though he won the race. The contest was held at the end of the Sidney Salvation Army’s inaugural Community Event on the courtsquare. The event, held on Tuesday, May 10, featured a variety of games that were run by local organizations and businesses.


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Taking turns rolling tires are, left to right, Lila Brammer, 10, her mom, Autumn Brammer, and her sister Stella Brammer, 8, all of Sidney. The tire roll was held by Best One Tire and Service and Sidney Tire during the Sidney Salvation Army's Community Event on the courtsquare. The event, held on Tuesday, May 10, featured a variety of games that were run by local organizations and businesses. The sisters are also the children of Kyle Brammer.


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Capt. Kate Mayes, left, and Salvation Army Advisory Board Member Jeff Coaty, both of Sidney.


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Hayden Shepherd, 10, attempts to catch a water balloon thrown by Kariona McKenzie, 14, both of Sidney, during a game of catch at the Shelby County Board of Developmental Disabilities (SCBDD) booth. The SCBDD was one of many organization and businesses that had activities for kids at the Sidney Salvation Army's Community Event on the courtsquare. The event, held on Tuesday, May 10. The SCBDD provides and coordinates opportunities and services for individuals with developmental disabilities throughout the duration of life. Hayden is the son of Kimberly Pequignet and Kariona is the daughter of Heather McKenzie.


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Kenneth Burdiss, left to right, and his daughter, Ariana Burdiss, 3, both of Sidney, have their caricatures drawn by artist Russ Hogle, of Huber Heights, at the Sidney Salvation Army's Community Event on the courtsquare. The event, held on Tuesday, May 10, featured a variety of games that were run by local organizations and businesses.


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Sidney Police Officer Bryce Stewart, right, opens his arms to hug Salvation Army Capt. Samantha Lockard, of Sidney, after they both took turns getting hit with pies. The two raced through an obstacle course. Stewart won the race. He decided to smash the pie on the back of Lockard’s head. Lockard had arranged for an extra pie to be mushed into Stewart’s face even though he won the race. The contest was held at the end of the Sidney Salvation Army’s inaugural Community Event on the courtsquare. The event, held on Tuesday, May 10, featured a variety of games that were run by local organizations and businesses.

Sidney Police Officer Bryce Stewart, right, opens his arms to hug Salvation Army Capt. Samantha Lockard, of Sidney, after they both took turns getting hit with pies. The two raced through an obstacle course. Stewart won the race. He decided to smash the pie on the back of Lockard’s head. Lockard had arranged for an extra pie to be mushed into Stewart’s face even though he won the race. The contest was held at the end of the Sidney Salvation Army’s inaugural Community Event on the courtsquare. The event, held on Tuesday, May 10, featured a variety of games that were run by local organizations and businesses.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/05/web1_SDN051222PieFace-2.jpgSidney Police Officer Bryce Stewart, right, opens his arms to hug Salvation Army Capt. Samantha Lockard, of Sidney, after they both took turns getting hit with pies. The two raced through an obstacle course. Stewart won the race. He decided to smash the pie on the back of Lockard’s head. Lockard had arranged for an extra pie to be mushed into Stewart’s face even though he won the race. The contest was held at the end of the Sidney Salvation Army’s inaugural Community Event on the courtsquare. The event, held on Tuesday, May 10, featured a variety of games that were run by local organizations and businesses. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Taking turns rolling tires are, left to right, Lila Brammer, 10, her mom, Autumn Brammer, and her sister Stella Brammer, 8, all of Sidney. The tire roll was held by Best One Tire and Service and Sidney Tire during the Sidney Salvation Army’s Community Event on the courtsquare. The event, held on Tuesday, May 10, featured a variety of games that were run by local organizations and businesses. The sisters are also the children of Kyle Brammer.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/05/web1_DSC_5111-1.jpgTaking turns rolling tires are, left to right, Lila Brammer, 10, her mom, Autumn Brammer, and her sister Stella Brammer, 8, all of Sidney. The tire roll was held by Best One Tire and Service and Sidney Tire during the Sidney Salvation Army’s Community Event on the courtsquare. The event, held on Tuesday, May 10, featured a variety of games that were run by local organizations and businesses. The sisters are also the children of Kyle Brammer. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Capt. Kate Mayes, left, and Salvation Army Advisory Board Member Jeff Coaty, both of Sidney.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/05/web1_DSC_5177-1.jpgCapt. Kate Mayes, left, and Salvation Army Advisory Board Member Jeff Coaty, both of Sidney.Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Hayden Shepherd, 10, attempts to catch a water balloon thrown by Kariona McKenzie, 14, both of Sidney, during a game of catch at the Shelby County Board of Developmental Disabilities (SCBDD) booth. The SCBDD was one of many organization and businesses that had activities for kids at the Sidney Salvation Army’s Community Event on the courtsquare. The event, held on Tuesday, May 10. The SCBDD provides and coordinates opportunities and services for individuals with developmental disabilities throughout the duration of life. Hayden is the son of Kimberly Pequignet and Kariona is the daughter of Heather McKenzie.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/05/web1_DSC_5164-1.jpgHayden Shepherd, 10, attempts to catch a water balloon thrown by Kariona McKenzie, 14, both of Sidney, during a game of catch at the Shelby County Board of Developmental Disabilities (SCBDD) booth. The SCBDD was one of many organization and businesses that had activities for kids at the Sidney Salvation Army’s Community Event on the courtsquare. The event, held on Tuesday, May 10. The SCBDD provides and coordinates opportunities and services for individuals with developmental disabilities throughout the duration of life. Hayden is the son of Kimberly Pequignet and Kariona is the daughter of Heather McKenzie.Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Kenneth Burdiss, left to right, and his daughter, Ariana Burdiss, 3, both of Sidney, have their caricatures drawn by artist Russ Hogle, of Huber Heights, at the Sidney Salvation Army’s Community Event on the courtsquare. The event, held on Tuesday, May 10, featured a variety of games that were run by local organizations and businesses.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/05/web1_DSC_5138-1.jpgKenneth Burdiss, left to right, and his daughter, Ariana Burdiss, 3, both of Sidney, have their caricatures drawn by artist Russ Hogle, of Huber Heights, at the Sidney Salvation Army’s Community Event on the courtsquare. The event, held on Tuesday, May 10, featured a variety of games that were run by local organizations and businesses. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News