Recognizing historical Ohio figures


Fourth-grade students at Dohron Wilson Elementary School in Mechanicsburg took part in the fifth annual Famous Ohioan Wax Museum on Monday, which was attended by 150 individuals. Ella Forrest is pictured portraying Bob Evans. The students stood stationary like wax figures next to the informational displays about the individuals they were portraying.

Fourth-grade students at Dohron Wilson Elementary School in Mechanicsburg took part in the fifth annual Famous Ohioan Wax Museum on Monday, which was attended by 150 individuals. Ella Forrest is pictured portraying Bob Evans. The students stood stationary like wax figures next to the informational displays about the individuals they were portraying.


Joshua Keeran | Urbana Daily Citizen

Mechanicsburg fourth-grader Joshua Porter gives biographical information on Chief Pontiac.


Joshua Keeran | Urbana Daily Citizen

Haley Hamby, a Mechanicsburg fourth-grader, chose to portray John Glenn for her Famous Ohioan Wax Museum project.


Joshua Keeran | Urbana Daily Citizen

Fourth-grade students at Dohron Wilson Elementary School in Mechanicsburg took part in the fifth annual Famous Ohioan Wax Museum on Monday, which was attended by 150 individuals. Ella Forrest is pictured portraying Bob Evans. The students stood stationary like wax figures next to the informational displays about the individuals they were portraying.

Mechanicsburg fourth-grader Joshua Porter gives biographical information on Chief Pontiac.

Haley Hamby, a Mechanicsburg fourth-grader, chose to portray John Glenn for her Famous Ohioan Wax Museum project.

Fourth-grade students at Dohron Wilson Elementary School in Mechanicsburg took part in the fifth annual Famous Ohioan Wax Museum on Monday, which was attended by 150 individuals. Ella Forrest is pictured portraying Bob Evans. The students stood stationary like wax figures next to the informational displays about the individuals they were portraying.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2015/11/web1_Bob-Evans.jpgFourth-grade students at Dohron Wilson Elementary School in Mechanicsburg took part in the fifth annual Famous Ohioan Wax Museum on Monday, which was attended by 150 individuals. Ella Forrest is pictured portraying Bob Evans. The students stood stationary like wax figures next to the informational displays about the individuals they were portraying. Joshua Keeran | Urbana Daily Citizen

Mechanicsburg fourth-grader Joshua Porter gives biographical information on Chief Pontiac.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2015/11/web1_Chief-Pontiac.jpgMechanicsburg fourth-grader Joshua Porter gives biographical information on Chief Pontiac. Joshua Keeran | Urbana Daily Citizen

Haley Hamby, a Mechanicsburg fourth-grader, chose to portray John Glenn for her Famous Ohioan Wax Museum project.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2015/11/web1_John-Glenn.jpgHaley Hamby, a Mechanicsburg fourth-grader, chose to portray John Glenn for her Famous Ohioan Wax Museum project. Joshua Keeran | Urbana Daily Citizen