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3rd annual Thrivant Battle of the Badges tournament benefits community agencies

Piqua firefighter Jordan Vail, left, gets some last-minute hitting instruction from his son Greyson before stepping to the plate during Saturday’s Battle of the Badges charity softball tournament at Mote Park. Proceeds from the tournament will go to Riverside of Miami County along with Miami, Darke, and Shelby County Boards of Development Disabilities. The event was organized and sponsored by Thrivent Financial Services. ©2019 Miami Valley Today. All rights reserved.

Piqua firefighter Jordan Vail, left, gets some last-minute hitting instruction from his son Greyson before stepping to the plate during Saturday’s Battle of the Badges charity softball tournament at Mote Park. Proceeds from the tournament will go to Riverside of Miami County along with Miami, Darke, and Shelby County Boards of Development Disabilities. The event was organized and sponsored by Thrivent Financial Services. ©2019 Miami Valley Today. All rights reserved.


Piqua firefighter Jordan Vail, left, gets some last-minute hitting instruction from his son Greyson before stepping to the plate during Saturday’s Battle of the Badges charity softball tournament at Mote Park. Proceeds from the tournament will go to Riverside of Miami County along with Miami, Darke, and Shelby County Boards of Development Disabilities. The event was organized and sponsored by Thrivent Financial Services.

©2019 Miami Valley Today. All rights reserved.

Piqua firefighter Jordan Vail, left, gets some last-minute hitting instruction from his son Greyson before stepping to the plate during Saturday’s Battle of the Badges charity softball tournament at Mote Park. Proceeds from the tournament will go to Riverside of Miami County along with Miami, Darke, and Shelby County Boards of Development Disabilities. The event was organized and sponsored by Thrivent Financial Services. ©2019 Miami Valley Today. All rights reserved.
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3rd annual Thrivant Battle of the Badges tournament benefits community agencies