Grove City Record

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* The 2014 Central Ohio Regional Scholastic Arts Awards exhibition is open through Feb. 1, at Columbus College of Art & Design's Canzani Center Gallery.

Artists in grades seven through 12 submitted 1,006 individual pieces and portfolios, and 457 of which were selected by judges for the final exhibition, including photographs, ceramics, sculpture, jewelry and digital art.

Grove City High School students who received recognition include Misty Chapa and Lauren Singleton, one Gold Key each; Laura Reis, eight Silver Key awards and eight honorable mentions; Quincy Batte, Kevin Hinojosa, Natalie Huygen, Madison Jarrell and Megan Morbitzer, one Silver Key each; Jakaob Crosby, two Silver Key awards; Anna Carrico and Andrew Ward, one honorable mention each; Kim Peters, two honorable mentions; and Vinh Peters, eight honorable mentions.

CCAD's Canzani Center Gallery is located at Cleveland Avenue and East Gay Street in downtown Columbus. The gallery is open 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. The gallery is closed on Mondays. The exhibition is free and open to the public.

More information about the 2014 Central Ohio Regional Scholastic Art Awards is available by calling the CCAD Admissions Office at 614-222-3261.

* Congressman Steve Stivers (R - Columbus) has announced his nomination of two Grove City students to United States military academies.

Stivers nominated the following students:

* Dominic M. Cooper, to the United States Merchant Marine Academy. He attends Grove City High School and is the son of Kevin Cooper and Maria Olsen.

* Ty A. Rummelhoff, to the U. S. Naval Academy. He attends Grove City High School and is the son of Devin Rummelhoff and Denise Robison.