Archive - Oct 22, 2010 - News Article
LOS ANGELES, CA â€“ Monday night Plymouth High School graduate Tyler Langdon will have his moment.
Heâ€™ll walk the â€śred carpetâ€ť with the likes of Sylvester Stallone and Sean Penn on his way to accepting the Hollywood Discovery Award as part of this yearâ€™s Hollywood Film Festival.
Plymouth Park Departmentâ€™s annual â€śHaunted Groundsâ€ť at the Conservation Clubhouse was busy Thursday night. Alexander Rhoads tosses a ring over witchesâ€™ hats for candy.
LOS ANGELES â€” Plymouthâ€™s Tyler Langdon is glad that things are getting back to normal â€” at least as â€śnormalâ€ť as an actorâ€™s life can be.
â€śItâ€™s been the most stressful two weeks of my life,â€ť he said with a laugh. â€śEvery free moment has been filled with being on Facebook, emailing, reminding people to vote for me. Now I have to catch up with all the things I didnâ€™t do. Iâ€™m sure I have about a billion e-mails to catch up on.â€ť
Langdon was one of the finalists for the Hollywood Discovery Award â€” part of the Hollywood Movie Award portion of the Hollywood Film Festivalâ€™s week of activities.
WALKERTON â€” John Glennâ€™s marching band is no stranger to success.
Trips to the state finals in class D of the ISSMA state tournament in 1999, 2000 and 2006 had set the stage, but after moving up to class C the band had to adjust to the competition with bigger schools. This yearâ€™s band has reaped the benefit of that tradition, making it through the regional competition and on to the semi-state at Plainfield.