POWER Women’s Initiative project E.M. Power E.D. teams up with other groups to help educate and entertain Longfellow Elementary Kindergarten students.


Freshway Foods Director of Human Resources Tony Arnold, of Sidney, hands out free footballs to Longfellow Elementary students. Longfellow Elementary students Gracie Harrod, left, 6, of Piqua, daughter of Joe Harrod and Damara Hicks, and Lila Luthman, 6, of Sidney, daughter of Amanda and Major Redmon, find tools in a book during a POWER Women’s Initiative project called E.M. Power E.D. which is helping Kindergarten students at Longfellow Elementary. Workforce Partnership of Shelby County joined with POWER to help educate the students about future career opportunities. Freshway Foods representatives taught kids about jobs at Freshway Foods. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Freshway Foods Director of Human Resources Tony Arnold, of Sidney, hands out free footballs to Longfellow Elementary students. Longfellow Elementary students Gracie Harrod, left, 6, of Piqua, daughter of Joe Harrod and Damara Hicks, and Lila Luthman, 6, of Sidney, daughter of Amanda and Major Redmon, find tools in a book during a POWER Women’s Initiative project called E.M. Power E.D. which is helping Kindergarten students at Longfellow Elementary. Workforce Partnership of Shelby County joined with POWER to help educate the students about future career opportunities. Freshway Foods representatives taught kids about jobs at Freshway Foods. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News


Longfellow Elementary students Gracie Harrod, left, 6, of Piqua, daughter of Joe Harrod and Damara Hicks, and Lila Luthman, 6, of Sidney, daughter of Amanda and Major Redmon, find tools in a book during a POWER Women’s Initiative project called E.M. Power E.D. which is helping Kindergarten students at Longfellow Elementary. Workforce Partnership of Shelby County joined with POWER to help educate the students about future career opportunities. Freshway Foods representatives taught kids about jobs at Freshway Foods. The Freshway Food representatives also handed out apples and footballs. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News


Freshway Foods Director of Human Resources Tony Arnold, of Sidney, hands out free footballs to Longfellow Elementary students. Longfellow Elementary students Gracie Harrod, left, 6, of Piqua, daughter of Joe Harrod and Damara Hicks, and Lila Luthman, 6, of Sidney, daughter of Amanda and Major Redmon, find tools in a book during a POWER Women’s Initiative project called E.M. Power E.D. which is helping Kindergarten students at Longfellow Elementary. Workforce Partnership of Shelby County joined with POWER to help educate the students about future career opportunities. Freshway Foods representatives taught kids about jobs at Freshway Foods. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Longfellow Elementary students Gracie Harrod, left, 6, of Piqua, daughter of Joe Harrod and Damara Hicks, and Lila Luthman, 6, of Sidney, daughter of Amanda and Major Redmon, find tools in a book during a POWER Women’s Initiative project called E.M. Power E.D. which is helping Kindergarten students at Longfellow Elementary. Workforce Partnership of Shelby County joined with POWER to help educate the students about future career opportunities. Freshway Foods representatives taught kids about jobs at Freshway Foods. The Freshway Food representatives also handed out apples and footballs. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Freshway Foods Director of Human Resources Tony Arnold, of Sidney, hands out free footballs to Longfellow Elementary students. Longfellow Elementary students Gracie Harrod, left, 6, of Piqua, daughter of Joe Harrod and Damara Hicks, and Lila Luthman, 6, of Sidney, daughter of Amanda and Major Redmon, find tools in a book during a POWER Women’s Initiative project called E.M. Power E.D. which is helping Kindergarten students at Longfellow Elementary. Workforce Partnership of Shelby County joined with POWER to help educate the students about future career opportunities. Freshway Foods representatives taught kids about jobs at Freshway Foods. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/09/web1_SDN092515POWER2.jpgFreshway Foods Director of Human Resources Tony Arnold, of Sidney, hands out free footballs to Longfellow Elementary students. Longfellow Elementary students Gracie Harrod, left, 6, of Piqua, daughter of Joe Harrod and Damara Hicks, and Lila Luthman, 6, of Sidney, daughter of Amanda and Major Redmon, find tools in a book during a POWER Women’s Initiative project called E.M. Power E.D. which is helping Kindergarten students at Longfellow Elementary. Workforce Partnership of Shelby County joined with POWER to help educate the students about future career opportunities. Freshway Foods representatives taught kids about jobs at Freshway Foods. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Longfellow Elementary students Gracie Harrod, left, 6, of Piqua, daughter of Joe Harrod and Damara Hicks, and Lila Luthman, 6, of Sidney, daughter of Amanda and Major Redmon, find tools in a book during a POWER Women’s Initiative project called E.M. Power E.D. which is helping Kindergarten students at Longfellow Elementary. Workforce Partnership of Shelby County joined with POWER to help educate the students about future career opportunities. Freshway Foods representatives taught kids about jobs at Freshway Foods. The Freshway Food representatives also handed out apples and footballs. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/09/web1_SDN092515POWER1.jpgLongfellow Elementary students Gracie Harrod, left, 6, of Piqua, daughter of Joe Harrod and Damara Hicks, and Lila Luthman, 6, of Sidney, daughter of Amanda and Major Redmon, find tools in a book during a POWER Women’s Initiative project called E.M. Power E.D. which is helping Kindergarten students at Longfellow Elementary. Workforce Partnership of Shelby County joined with POWER to help educate the students about future career opportunities. Freshway Foods representatives taught kids about jobs at Freshway Foods. The Freshway Food representatives also handed out apples and footballs. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News