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Clowning around just part of the job

May 16, 2014

Micah Nicol said juggling, riding his unicycle and other clowning activities help him to stay intellectually sound, keep his hand-eye coordination on point and improve in his dexterity. (Photo provided)

Self proclaiming that clowning has become a way of life for him, Wapakoneta High School sophomore, Micah Nicol, 16, rides his unicycle to school every day.

Through his clowning, magic and musical talents, both vocal and instrumental, Nicol has developed a following and nickname throughout the community.

Known as ‘Unicycle Boy’ to many, Nicol has an array of talents he perfects and utilizes to earn money.
Whether it is performing at a birthday party, nursing home or county event, Nicol is the renaissance man who can dabble in many forms of entertainment to keep a crowd happy.

For the full story, see the Friday, May 16 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
 

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