All posts by Jeff Kilma

Community dinners at St. Andrew’s Methodist Church

Whether you and your family are food insecure, in need of a good social event or you just want a free meal, make your way over to St. Paul’s United Methodist Church for their recurring community dinners. The dinners, which began at St. Andrew’s UMC in 2001, have become a regular monthly occurrence, rotating among

Tell-a-Tale writing contest

Imagined by the Literacy Coalition of Hancock County, the Tell-a-Tale Short Story Contest is open to all kindergarten thru fifth-grade students. Participants will write about a specific topic based on their grade level. Stories must be no more than 350 words. Illustrations are encouraged, but not required. All participants must live in or be associated

Gateway Church Opens Second Location

The mission of Gateway Church is to connect people to Jesus Christ and to one another. This month the church embarks on an exciting journey to impact more people by opening a second church location at 620 North Main Street in Findlay. Mike Barnhart, campus pastor for the North Main location, explains that the building

Celebrate Recovery Offers Programs in Findlay

Celebrate Recovery is an international ministry that helps people overcome hurts, habits and hang-ups that are holding them back in life. Originally designed for alcohol and substance abuse, CR has expanded to a variety of life’s issues. “Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered 12-step program. It follows the 12-step recovery process used by Alcoholics Anonymous and

The Marathon Center for the Performing Arts 2017-2018 Fall Lineup

Get set to fill your social calendar: The Marathon Center for the Performing Arts (MCPA) has announced its lineup for the fall 2017-2018 season.  For the opening event, the MCPA (200 W. Main Cross St.) has recruited balladeer Johnny Mathis to perform on Sunday, September 10. The singer of classic hits like “Misty,” “Chances Are”

Sponsored activities to engage your children this summer

Looking for fun, sponsored activities to engage your children? The City of Findlay’s Recreation Department has partnered with the Ohio State Extension Office, Hancock Public Health and 50 North to host several activities in the city parks over the summer months. The next activity will be wiffle ball at Eagle Creek Park (526 Hancock St.),