Honoring heroism


Provided photo The Piqua post of the American Legion Auxiliary recently honored Piqua High School graduate Kayla Miller for her heroism in helping shooting victims during the Oregon District shootings in Dayton on Aug. 4, 2019. Keitha Meyers, left, commander and Gary Felver, adjutant, right, awarded Miller, center, with the Medal of Merit for providing aid to victims during the tragedy. Miller is a Bowling Green State University graduate and nurse at Upper Valley Medical Center.

Provided photo The Piqua post of the American Legion Auxiliary recently honored Piqua High School graduate Kayla Miller for her heroism in helping shooting victims during the Oregon District shootings in Dayton on Aug. 4, 2019. Keitha Meyers, left, commander and Gary Felver, adjutant, right, awarded Miller, center, with the Medal of Merit for providing aid to victims during the tragedy. Miller is a Bowling Green State University graduate and nurse at Upper Valley Medical Center.


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The Piqua post of the American Legion Auxiliary recently honored Piqua High School graduate Kayla Miller for her heroism in helping shooting victims during the Oregon District shootings in Dayton on Aug. 4, 2019. Keitha Meyers, left, commander and Gary Felver, adjutant, right, awarded Miller, center, with the Medal of Merit for providing aid to victims during the tragedy. Miller is a Bowling Green State University graduate and nurse at Upper Valley Medical Center.

Provided photo The Piqua post of the American Legion Auxiliary recently honored Piqua High School graduate Kayla Miller for her heroism in helping shooting victims during the Oregon District shootings in Dayton on Aug. 4, 2019. Keitha Meyers, left, commander and Gary Felver, adjutant, right, awarded Miller, center, with the Medal of Merit for providing aid to victims during the tragedy. Miller is a Bowling Green State University graduate and nurse at Upper Valley Medical Center.
https://www.tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/2019/12/web1_KaylaMiller.jpgProvided photo The Piqua post of the American Legion Auxiliary recently honored Piqua High School graduate Kayla Miller for her heroism in helping shooting victims during the Oregon District shootings in Dayton on Aug. 4, 2019. Keitha Meyers, left, commander and Gary Felver, adjutant, right, awarded Miller, center, with the Medal of Merit for providing aid to victims during the tragedy. Miller is a Bowling Green State University graduate and nurse at Upper Valley Medical Center.