CONVOY — Tanner Skelton, a junior at Crestview High School, was one of three high scoring junior boys in Ohio on the American Legion of Ohio’s Americanism test.
He is the son of Tina and West Skelton.
The Americanism Test allows high school students to evaluate their knowledge on American history and American government.
As a result of his high score, Skelton will travel to Washington, D.C., with other test winners and American Legion officers.
ArtSpace Lima featured on television program
ArtSpace Lima will be featured at 8 p.m. Thursday on the WBGU-TV produced television program "Scenic Stops." The weekly travel/tourism style show is hosted by Lima resident Kathleen Phipps and produced by an Emmy Award-winning staff. This episode will also include segments of the Mazza Museum in Findlay and interviews with Philip Sugden, associate professor of Fine Art at Bluffton University, and Lesa Lockford, associate professor of theatre and film at Bowling Green State University.
The weekly, half-hour program highlights the unique, unusual or unknown people and places in Northwest Ohio.
Lima resident publishes novel
LIMA — Dennis Tenwalde has 29 years of service in the law enforcement field. His years of service included the state of Ohio and Florida, where he was the investigator-in-charge of white collar and organized crime.
Tenwalde has taken his criminal knowledge to a new level with his first novel, “Killer Moon.” The book has been published by Xlibris Publishing.
The book is based in Palm Beach County of southeastern Florida. The main character is FBI Special Agent Jerry Simmons. Simmons is dealing with American and foreign criminals, as well as a psycho cop-killer.
The book is available at Barnes & Noble as well as on-line at www.Xlibris.com.