Celebrating Pi(e)


While it may not have been the original intent of Pi Day, those at the Meigs County Courthouse and other local offices celebrated with dozens of homemade pies, and a few pizza pies, on Tuesday (3.14). Attendees were invited to bring homemade pies to share or make a donation of π ($3.14) with donations going to a local cause. During the Pi Day event, Juvenile and Probate Judge Scott Powell thanked those who were taking part in the event, with donations going to Team Chelsie. Chelsie Knopp is the 19 year old daughter of county employees Chuck and Mary Knopp and is battling brain cancer. Knopp and her parents were in attendance for the event, and were joined by those from the recorder’s office in their “Team Chelsie” shirts. Nearly $900 was raised through the Pi Day event.


While it may not have been the original intent of Pi Day, those at the Meigs County Courthouse and other local offices celebrated with dozens of homemade pies, and a few pizza pies, on Tuesday (3.14). Attendees were invited to bring homemade pies to share or make a donation of π ($3.14) with donations going to a local cause. During the Pi Day event, Juvenile and Probate Judge Scott Powell thanked those who were taking part in the event, with donations going to Team Chelsie. Chelsie Knopp is the 19 year old daughter of county employees Chuck and Mary Knopp and is battling brain cancer. Knopp and her parents were in attendance for the event, and were joined by those from the recorder’s office in their “Team Chelsie” shirts. Nearly $900 was raised through the Pi Day event.

While it may not have been the original intent of Pi Day, those at the Meigs County Courthouse and other local offices celebrated with dozens of homemade pies, and a few pizza pies, on Tuesday (3.14). Attendees were invited to bring homemade pies to share or make a donation of π ($3.14) with donations going to a local cause. During the Pi Day event, Juvenile and Probate Judge Scott Powell thanked those who were taking part in the event, with donations going to Team Chelsie. Chelsie Knopp is the 19 year old daughter of county employees Chuck and Mary Knopp and is battling brain cancer. Knopp and her parents were in attendance for the event, and were joined by those from the recorder’s office in their “Team Chelsie” shirts. Nearly $900 was raised through the Pi Day event.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/14/2017/03/web1_3.15-Pi-Day-2.jpgWhile it may not have been the original intent of Pi Day, those at the Meigs County Courthouse and other local offices celebrated with dozens of homemade pies, and a few pizza pies, on Tuesday (3.14). Attendees were invited to bring homemade pies to share or make a donation of π ($3.14) with donations going to a local cause. During the Pi Day event, Juvenile and Probate Judge Scott Powell thanked those who were taking part in the event, with donations going to Team Chelsie. Chelsie Knopp is the 19 year old daughter of county employees Chuck and Mary Knopp and is battling brain cancer. Knopp and her parents were in attendance for the event, and were joined by those from the recorder’s office in their “Team Chelsie” shirts. Nearly $900 was raised through the Pi Day event.