If your kids have an endless fascination with trucks, emergency vehicles and farm equipment, they’re in for a treat as the Touch a Truck event returns to Findlay. “A kid’s dream day,” a morning event, to be held at the Hancock County Fairgrounds, allows kids (and grownups!) to get hands on with their favorite equipment.
The Short Course Kid-friendly: Yes, it is not possible to be more kid-friendly! To avoid wait: Consider ordering carryout during the lunch or dinner hour, but usually there is not much of a wait. Noise level: Quiet. Bathroom amenities: Very clean, pleasant. Changing table in women’s restroom. High chairs? Yes. Got milk? Yes, white and
A world class ballet dancer, performing throughout the U.S. and across the globe with the finest dance companies, grinding all day, every day, practicing to remain in top physical form. Three or four understudies are always waiting to take your spot. You peer from behind the curtain, nervous, spying the New York City dance critics
Ava Keiffer is nervous about stepping into the vast expanse of Donnell Middle School this fall, but after a conversation with this energetic and talented 5th grader and it’s plain to see that she’ll do just fine. “I’m really scared. I don’t want to have anything to do with it,” Keiffer said, laughing, after taking
Where are you from? What brought you to Findlay? New to Findlay, the Kuretani family have been residents since January. Toshikazu, 44, and his wife, Kanae, 35, moved from Kasugai, Japan for his management role with American Fine Sinter, an automotive supplier in Tiffin. This is the Kuretanis second stay in the U.S. They lived
On May 2, the renewal of a levy that brings in $3.9 million of Findlay City Schools’ general fund will be up for vote. With no other issues on the ballot to draw people to the polls, the Hull and Patterson families urge supporters to take notice and take action. “I feel like life is