All posts by Jessica Kempf

New Guidelines for Fruit Juice

Juicing may be the new trend, but according to the American Academy of Pediatrics, fruit juice should not be given to babies during their first year of life. For the past sixteen years the AAP has recommended no fruit juice before the age of six months, but they have lengthened that time frame to one

Working up a major sweat at the Findlay Family YMCA

Indoor group cycling classes have been popular in gyms across the country since the late 1990s. Today these classes continue to attract loyal enthusiasts who can’t seem to get enough. Sue Pasche has been teaching group cycling for 15 years and encourages anyone who has not yet tried it to come and see what the

Tween Nights at the Library

What do making Harry Potter pendants, creating slime and learning to sew have in common? If you answered, “things my kid would LOVE to do,” then head to the library for Tween Nights! Tween Nights occur once a month for 2nd through 6th graders at the Findlay Hancock County Public Library. Each month focuses on

Top Parenting Hacks

Bedtimes and potty training and groceries…oh my! Parenting is not for the faint of heart. Often it can be as overwhelming as lions and tigers and bears. We asked local parents for tips on potty training, getting kids to do chores and other common challenges. And Findlay parents, delivered. Settle in and take note of

5th Annual Pumpkin Giveaway Benefits Local Charities

On October 14th from 11am to 1pm, families can enjoy a free community event at Hufford Family Funeral Home and walk away with a free pumpkin! With train rides, bounce houses, safety vehicles and more this annual family event gets more exciting each year. Now in it’s fifth year, the annual Pumpkin Giveaway also collects

Making Singapore Home

Annie and Michael Gill both grew up in the nearby town of Pandora, spending nearly ten years calling Findlay home. The couple “loves all things Findlay,” says Annie, including picnics at Donnell Pond, burgers at Wilson’s and chocolate shakes at Dietsch Brothers. In January of 2017, the Gill family moved to Singapore to begin a