It all started with simply made and beautiful jewelry. Bracelets, necklaces and earrings doted local Findlay businesses back then, until Pam Hamlin realized that hand making jewelry was something she loved to do and something people loved to see and wear.
Getting the perfect gift that’s both in fashion and not too young or too old can be a challenge, so Findlay Family compiled some ideas to help you with tween gift giving.
Blanchard Valley Center, operated by the Hancock County Board of Developmental Disabilities, provides resources to youth and adults of all ages so they can live long, meaningful and happy lives. They strongly believe that empowering people with developmental disabilities by means of support, advocacy and knowledge are key to giving them the tools they need
Exceptional people with amazing stories and abilities abound within our community, but there are none as inspirational as the stories of young men and women who have the drive, passion and determination to achieve their dreams. Marie Kershaw is one of those stories, a local tween whose passion and hard work has elevated her baton
The newest addition to Findlay’s downtown, Marathon Petroleum Company’s Hancock Hotel, is an eagerly awaited addition to the area. With the opening of the hotel, a new Mancy’s Steakhouse Restaurant will debut as well. This will be the first Mancy’s Group restaurant outside of the Toledo area and will feature a fine dining experience. The
Japanese native, Ayane Hida, always had a dream of teaching in the United States. When the opportunity arose, Ayane seized it, and she was assigned to the Mazza Museum to work with Ben Sapp, Director of the Mazza as the JOI (Japan Outreach Initiative) Coordinator. Ayane couldn’t have been happier (or more well-received) than at