Juvenile Judge Adam Wilgus awards two art scholarships

Present for the awarding of art scholarships are Tuscarawas County Commissioner Chris Abbuhl; first place winner Hannah Levengood; Tuscarawas County Juvenile Court Judge Adam W. Wilgus; second place winner Regan Meyers; and Tuscarawas County Commissioner Kerry Metzger.

Present for the awarding of art scholarships are Tuscarawas County Commissioner Chris Abbuhl very first position winner Hannah Levengood Tuscarawas County Juvenile Courtroom Judge Adam W. Wilgus next area winner Regan Meyers and Tuscarawas County Commissioner Kerry Metzger.

NEW PHILADELPHIA — Two Tuscarawas County superior university seniors hung their winning is effective of art on the wall of the Tuscarawas County juvenile courtroom of Decide Adam W. Wilgus Tuesday afternoon.

Hannah Levengood of New Philadelphia, a latest New Philadelphia Significant graduate, was introduced a $500 check out as the 1st area winner in the court’s to start with artwork scholarship contest, which is prepared as an yearly party. Her watercolor portray depicts a scene at Tuscora Park.

The second location winner, Regan Myers of Uhrichsville, who will graduate Friday from Claymont Higher College, acquired a $250 verify. Her black-and-white artwork was a in-depth drawing of many ordinary merchandise.

Equally winners will go to Kent Condition University’s main campus this slide. The winning artwork pieces were selected from 8 entries.

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