On Sunday, February 11, Lincolnview 7th grader Cheyenne Pohlman travelled to the University of Saint Francis Performing Arts Center in Fort Wayne to be recognized at the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards Ceremony. The awards has become the nation’s largest source of scholarships for creative teen artists and writers and is the nation’s longest running and prestigious educational recognition program for students in grades 7-12.Writers from 42 different counties in Northeast Indiana and Northwest Ohio entered works, and Cheyenne was talented enough to earn one of these awards with her piece titled, “Disaster’s Origami” which earned her the second highest honor, the Silver Key. This is a great accomplishment for a 7th grade student from our region, the region that is ranked as the top region nationally because of the high numbers of national award winners. Cheyenne’s work will be on display at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art until April 18th. Cheyenne is the daughter of Wade and Lianne Pohlman.