All posts by Jessica Kempf

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

FitPassClub: A Multi-studio Gym Membership

“Why only join one gym? With FitPassClub, you can literally join them all,” explains Michael Matthes, founder of Findlay’s newest multi-studio fitness membership. As the owner of CrossFit M2, Matthes knows that people tend to stick with exercise longer when they mix it up and keep their fitness routine exciting. He found that by bringing

Family Fitness Awaits at Findlay Martial Arts Academy

There truly are not enough hours in the day to squeeze in all we want to get done. From filling our evenings with kids’ activities to making time for exercise, before or after work, we have to pick and choose how to use our limited and valuable time. But what if the whole family could

Local Mom Inspires Teen Girls through Website

Mary Bowman, local mom of four, had a vision over ten years ago to make a positive impact in the lives of teen girls. A graduate of the University of Findlay, Mary double majored in Western Equestrian Studies and Equine Marketing & Graphic Design. She originally envisioned creating a horse magazine that was in line