Students recoginzed for Americanism scores


Brady Wildermuth, left to right, 19, of Jackson Center, son of Michael and Deborah Wildermuth, shakes hands with Jackson Center American Legion Post Commander Harry Noah, of Maplewood, during a ceremony held by the Jackson Center American Legion to recognize the Jackson Center students who scored highest on an Americanism test. The ceremony was held at the Jackson Center Legion hall Thursday, Jan. 12. Standing in back is Jackson Center American Legion Post Finance Officer Steve Lawrence, of Wapakoneta.

Brady Wildermuth, left to right, 19, of Jackson Center, son of Michael and Deborah Wildermuth, shakes hands with Jackson Center American Legion Post Commander Harry Noah, of Maplewood, during a ceremony held by the Jackson Center American Legion to recognize the Jackson Center students who scored highest on an Americanism test. The ceremony was held at the Jackson Center Legion hall Thursday, Jan. 12. Standing in back is Jackson Center American Legion Post Finance Officer Steve Lawrence, of Wapakoneta.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Brady Wildermuth, left to right, 19, of Jackson Center, son of Michael and Deborah Wildermuth, shakes hands with Jackson Center American Legion Post Commander Harry Noah, of Maplewood, during a ceremony held by the Jackson Center American Legion to recognize the Jackson Center students who scored highest on an Americanism test. The ceremony was held at the Jackson Center Legion hall Thursday, Jan. 12. Standing in back is Jackson Center American Legion Post Finance Officer Steve Lawrence, of Wapakoneta.

Brady Wildermuth, left to right, 19, of Jackson Center, son of Michael and Deborah Wildermuth, shakes hands with Jackson Center American Legion Post Commander Harry Noah, of Maplewood, during a ceremony held by the Jackson Center American Legion to recognize the Jackson Center students who scored highest on an Americanism test. The ceremony was held at the Jackson Center Legion hall Thursday, Jan. 12. Standing in back is Jackson Center American Legion Post Finance Officer Steve Lawrence, of Wapakoneta.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/01/web1_SDN011717Americanism.jpgBrady Wildermuth, left to right, 19, of Jackson Center, son of Michael and Deborah Wildermuth, shakes hands with Jackson Center American Legion Post Commander Harry Noah, of Maplewood, during a ceremony held by the Jackson Center American Legion to recognize the Jackson Center students who scored highest on an Americanism test. The ceremony was held at the Jackson Center Legion hall Thursday, Jan. 12. Standing in back is Jackson Center American Legion Post Finance Officer Steve Lawrence, of Wapakoneta. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News