Boerger and Bradshaw inducted into the Wall of Distinction

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Boerger and Bradshaw inducted into the Wall of Distinction

On left, Bradshaw, on right, Boerger

On left, Bradshaw, on right, Boerger

On left, Bradshaw, on right, Boerger

On left, Bradshaw, on right, Boerger

elyse perry, staff writer

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This year, the Delphi Community Alumni Association inducted Dick Bradshaw and Amy Boerger into the Delphi Wall of Distinction. A reception was held on Sept. 30 to honor these two distinguished individuals.

One of the inductees this year is Dick Bradshaw. Mr. Bradshaw has done so much for the Delphi community. After living in Chicago and teaching at the high school level, he moved back to Delphi and took over Delphi Body Works. His intent was to help local people have good jobs. Bradshaw also helped Camp Tecumseh create lots of their infrastructure including the suspension bridge, nature center, swimming pool, and cabin museum. He is currently the president of the Camp Tecumseh board. He believes that more young people need to come back to Delphi. Bradshaw’s main advice is to “get off your butt and do something” and “always stay engaged in your community.” 

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Dick Bradshaw and Amy Boerger are obvious choices as inductees to the Delphi Wall of Distinction. They have done so much in their lives for their communities and they continue to do so. They are great examples of what we should strive to be. As Bradshaw mentioned to the students, “If you live to be my age, you only have 31,536,000 minutes left. It’s your job to make them count.”