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PIANKO, Craftsmen Club Honor Stefanie and Chris Spielman with Award

Press release from the issuing company

(WESTERVILLE, Ohio) — Stefanie and Chris Spielman will receive the Franklinton Award, the highest recognition made by central Ohio’s graphic arts community, on March 13. The Franklinton Award, presented as a joint effort by the Printing Industry Association serving northern Kentucky and Ohio (PIANKO) and the Columbus Craftsmen Club, is given to individuals who have made outstanding public contributions to the central Ohio community. The award will be given to Stefanie and Chris Spielman in recognition of their great contribution to the fight against breast cancer. “It's a great honor to pay tribute to what Stefanie and Chris have done for the fight against breast cancer, not only in central Ohio, but across the country,” said Anita Herington, PIANKO president. “We are honored to present the Franklinton Award to people who have truly made our community better.” The Franklinton Award has been presented annually since 1974. Past recipients include John Kasich, Melvin Dodge, Ben Espy, James Rhodes, Barbara Trueman, Teresa Dowd, Spook Beckman and many more. PIANKO and the Columbus Craftsmen Club will honor the bravery of Stefanie and Chris on March 13 at 6 p.m. at the Makoy Center in Hilliard (a suburb of Columbus). “We’re excited to honor Stefanie and Chris for their great work in the fight against breast cancer,” said Terry Remaly, president of the Columbus Craftsmen Club. “The heightened awareness they’ve given to this issue has benefited many people.” Chris will be in attendance March 13 to accept the award on behalf of Stefanie and himself.