Gateway Arts Council holds LEGO competition


Gateway Arts Council Board President Chris Gibbs, left, and Executive Director Ellen Keyes look over a LEGO city that was built by the Central Ohio Lego Train Club (COLTC) for the Gateway Arts Center’s LEGO design challenge and exhibit called “It’s All About That Brick.” Kids and adults had their LEGO creations judged and awarded Saturday, June 13. The entrees are currently on display. Nathan York won the 2-5 age range. Lydia Dietz won the 6-10 age range. Logan Bradshaw won the 11-15 age range. Andrew Mitchell won the 16-18 age range. David Leonheart won the adult age range. Maximillian Schulze and Benjamin York won the team category. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Gateway Arts Council Board President Chris Gibbs, left, and Executive Director Ellen Keyes look over a LEGO city that was built by the Central Ohio Lego Train Club (COLTC) for the Gateway Arts Center’s LEGO design challenge and exhibit called “It’s All About That Brick.” Kids and adults had their LEGO creations judged and awarded Saturday, June 13. The entrees are currently on display. Nathan York won the 2-5 age range. Lydia Dietz won the 6-10 age range. Logan Bradshaw won the 11-15 age range. Andrew Mitchell won the 16-18 age range. David Leonheart won the adult age range. Maximillian Schulze and Benjamin York won the team category. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News