Americanism contest winners learn about their prize trip


Americanism Director Gerald White, center, of Pickerington, sits with the four Sidney High School students who won the Ohio American Legion Americanism and Government Testing Program. Seated at the table clockwise are Heidi Parker, 17, daughter of Holly Parker and Michael Douglas, Erin Ivey, 17, daughter of Jennifer and Teddy Ivey Sr., District Americanism Chairman Chuck Craynon, Logan Johnson, 17, son of Tammi and Brian Johnson and Gabrielle Rice, 15, all of Sidney, daughter of Melissa and Michael Rice. White met with the students in the Veterans Services conference room Wednesday, Jan. 27 to tell them about their prize a 5 day trip that will include visiting the Gettysburg battlefield, the Tomb of the Unknowns and the Washington Cathedral. The test taken by the students contained questions on such topics as the U.S. constitution, U.S. government and the Declaration of Independence. An essay question about what they thought could be done about the heroin epidemic in Ohio was also part of the test. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Americanism Director Gerald White, center, of Pickerington, sits with the four Sidney High School students who won the Ohio American Legion Americanism and Government Testing Program. Seated at the table clockwise are Heidi Parker, 17, daughter of Holly Parker and Michael Douglas, Erin Ivey, 17, daughter of Jennifer and Teddy Ivey Sr., District Americanism Chairman Chuck Craynon, Logan Johnson, 17, son of Tammi and Brian Johnson and Gabrielle Rice, 15, all of Sidney, daughter of Melissa and Michael Rice. White met with the students in the Veterans Services conference room Wednesday, Jan. 27 to tell them about their prize a 5 day trip that will include visiting the Gettysburg battlefield, the Tomb of the Unknowns and the Washington Cathedral. The test taken by the students contained questions on such topics as the U.S. constitution, U.S. government and the Declaration of Independence. An essay question about what they thought could be done about the heroin epidemic in Ohio was also part of the test. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News


Americanism Director Gerald White, center, of Pickerington, sits with the four Sidney High School students who won the Ohio American Legion Americanism and Government Testing Program. Seated at the table clockwise are Heidi Parker, 17, daughter of Holly Parker and Michael Douglas, Erin Ivey, 17, daughter of Jennifer and Teddy Ivey Sr., District Americanism Chairman Chuck Craynon, Logan Johnson, 17, son of Tammi and Brian Johnson and Gabrielle Rice, 15, all of Sidney, daughter of Melissa and Michael Rice. White met with the students in the Veterans Services conference room Wednesday, Jan. 27 to tell them about their prize a 5 day trip that will include visiting the Gettysburg battlefield, the Tomb of the Unknowns and the Washington Cathedral. The test taken by the students contained questions on such topics as the U.S. constitution, U.S. government and the Declaration of Independence. An essay question about what they thought could be done about the heroin epidemic in Ohio was also part of the test. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Americanism Director Gerald White, center, of Pickerington, sits with the four Sidney High School students who won the Ohio American Legion Americanism and Government Testing Program. Seated at the table clockwise are Heidi Parker, 17, daughter of Holly Parker and Michael Douglas, Erin Ivey, 17, daughter of Jennifer and Teddy Ivey Sr., District Americanism Chairman Chuck Craynon, Logan Johnson, 17, son of Tammi and Brian Johnson and Gabrielle Rice, 15, all of Sidney, daughter of Melissa and Michael Rice. White met with the students in the Veterans Services conference room Wednesday, Jan. 27 to tell them about their prize a 5 day trip that will include visiting the Gettysburg battlefield, the Tomb of the Unknowns and the Washington Cathedral. The test taken by the students contained questions on such topics as the U.S. constitution, U.S. government and the Declaration of Independence. An essay question about what they thought could be done about the heroin epidemic in Ohio was also part of the test. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2016/01/web1_SDN012816AmericanContest.jpgAmericanism Director Gerald White, center, of Pickerington, sits with the four Sidney High School students who won the Ohio American Legion Americanism and Government Testing Program. Seated at the table clockwise are Heidi Parker, 17, daughter of Holly Parker and Michael Douglas, Erin Ivey, 17, daughter of Jennifer and Teddy Ivey Sr., District Americanism Chairman Chuck Craynon, Logan Johnson, 17, son of Tammi and Brian Johnson and Gabrielle Rice, 15, all of Sidney, daughter of Melissa and Michael Rice. White met with the students in the Veterans Services conference room Wednesday, Jan. 27 to tell them about their prize a 5 day trip that will include visiting the Gettysburg battlefield, the Tomb of the Unknowns and the Washington Cathedral. The test taken by the students contained questions on such topics as the U.S. constitution, U.S. government and the Declaration of Independence. An essay question about what they thought could be done about the heroin epidemic in Ohio was also part of the test. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News