A Taste of Africa


Mike Ullery | Daily Call A group of Piqua students spent part of their Presidents Day getting <em>A Taste of Africa</em> from Abigail Ngoza-Jordan, far right, of the Miami County YMCA. Ngoza-Jordan, a native of South Africa, led the students in traditional dances, music, and activities such as making peanut butter as part of Black History Month.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call A group of Piqua students spent part of their Presidents Day getting A Taste of Africa from Abigail Ngoza-Jordan, far right, of the Miami County YMCA. Ngoza-Jordan, a native of South Africa, led the students in traditional dances, music, and activities such as making peanut butter as part of Black History Month.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

A group of Piqua students spent part of their Presidents Day getting A Taste of Africa from Abigail Ngoza-Jordan, far right, of the Miami County YMCA. Ngoza-Jordan, a native of South Africa, led the students in traditional dances, music, and activities such as making peanut butter as part of Black History Month.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call A group of Piqua students spent part of their Presidents Day getting A Taste of Africa from Abigail Ngoza-Jordan, far right, of the Miami County YMCA. Ngoza-Jordan, a native of South Africa, led the students in traditional dances, music, and activities such as making peanut butter as part of Black History Month.
https://www.tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/2018/02/web1_021918mju_ymca_blackhistory_jordan2018219152159188.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call A group of Piqua students spent part of their Presidents Day getting A Taste of Africa from Abigail Ngoza-Jordan, far right, of the Miami County YMCA. Ngoza-Jordan, a native of South Africa, led the students in traditional dances, music, and activities such as making peanut butter as part of Black History Month.

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