Nick Epifano was on hand at Gardner Park Friday, Oct. 21, 2022 at the Miami Trace vs Washington football game and at halftime, he donated a total of $3,000 ($1,500 to both schools; $500 to each school’s band boosters, athletic boosters and scholarship fund). (l-r); Kelly Steele, Miami Trace Band Booster treasurer, Jada Kitchen, Miami Trace Athletic Booster Secretary, Kim Pittser, Miami Trace Local School District Superintendent; Epifano; Dr. Tom Bailey, Washington City Schools Superintendent and Greg Phipps, Washington High School Athletic Director. Each school received a $500 check from Mr. Epifano, owner and operator of McDonald’s of Fayette County and Jamestown, with one each to the athletic boosters, band boosters and the school for scholarships.

Nick Epifano was on hand at Gardner Park Friday, Oct. 21, 2022 at the Miami Trace vs Washington football game and at halftime, he donated a total of $3,000 ($1,500 to both schools; $500 to each school’s band boosters, athletic boosters and scholarship fund). (l-r); Kelly Steele, Miami Trace Band Booster treasurer, Jada Kitchen, Miami Trace Athletic Booster Secretary, Kim Pittser, Miami Trace Local School District Superintendent; Epifano; Dr. Tom Bailey, Washington City Schools Superintendent and Greg Phipps, Washington High School Athletic Director. Each school received a $500 check from Mr. Epifano, owner and operator of McDonald’s of Fayette County and Jamestown, with one each to the athletic boosters, band boosters and the school for scholarships.


Chris Hoppes | Record-Herald

Nick Epifano was on hand at Gardner Park Friday, Oct. 21, 2022 at the Miami Trace vs Washington football game and at halftime, he donated a total of $3,000 ($1,500 to both schools; $500 to each school’s band boosters, athletic boosters and scholarship fund). (l-r); Kelly Steele, Miami Trace Band Booster treasurer, Jada Kitchen, Miami Trace Athletic Booster Secretary, Kim Pittser, Miami Trace Local School District Superintendent; Epifano; Dr. Tom Bailey, Washington City Schools Superintendent and Greg Phipps, Washington High School Athletic Director. Each school received a $500 check from Mr. Epifano, owner and operator of McDonald’s of Fayette County and Jamestown, with one each to the athletic boosters, band boosters and the school for scholarships.

Nick Epifano was on hand at Gardner Park Friday, Oct. 21, 2022 at the Miami Trace vs Washington football game and at halftime, he donated a total of $3,000 ($1,500 to both schools; $500 to each school’s band boosters, athletic boosters and scholarship fund). (l-r); Kelly Steele, Miami Trace Band Booster treasurer, Jada Kitchen, Miami Trace Athletic Booster Secretary, Kim Pittser, Miami Trace Local School District Superintendent; Epifano; Dr. Tom Bailey, Washington City Schools Superintendent and Greg Phipps, Washington High School Athletic Director. Each school received a $500 check from Mr. Epifano, owner and operator of McDonald’s of Fayette County and Jamestown, with one each to the athletic boosters, band boosters and the school for scholarships.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/10/web1_Nick-gives-to-schools-10-21-2022.jpgNick Epifano was on hand at Gardner Park Friday, Oct. 21, 2022 at the Miami Trace vs Washington football game and at halftime, he donated a total of $3,000 ($1,500 to both schools; $500 to each school’s band boosters, athletic boosters and scholarship fund). (l-r); Kelly Steele, Miami Trace Band Booster treasurer, Jada Kitchen, Miami Trace Athletic Booster Secretary, Kim Pittser, Miami Trace Local School District Superintendent; Epifano; Dr. Tom Bailey, Washington City Schools Superintendent and Greg Phipps, Washington High School Athletic Director. Each school received a $500 check from Mr. Epifano, owner and operator of McDonald’s of Fayette County and Jamestown, with one each to the athletic boosters, band boosters and the school for scholarships. Chris Hoppes | Record-Herald