Piqua country club shows appreciation to local first responders, military personnel

Staff report

PIQUA — Head Golf Professional, Casten Reed, prepares to open up the Piqua Country Club (PCC) golf course on Thursday, July 7, for one day, in appreciation to any local first responders – police, firefighters, EMS – and active and retired military personnel.

Piqua Country Club is privileged to have several police officers as members of the club and wants to honor them by inviting their colleagues, family and friends that serve with them to Piqua Country Club to enjoy a round of golf and lunch at their private facility.

“We believe it is important to recognize the men and women that serve and protect or community silently every day. Offering them an opportunity to relax and have fun on our course and in our restaurant for a day is how we can do that,” says Casten.

The cost for greens fees, golf cart and lunch is $40 per person inclusive. Call the Piqua Country Club Golf Shop, (937) 773-9048, for more details or to make a tee time.

Staff report