325 students from 35 countries and 25 U.S. states, including Findlay High School student Kayla Johnson, participated in a week-long program in Huntsville, Alabama.
Summer will be here before we know it, and that means barbecues, swimming and tweens available to babysit the neighborhood kids in their free time.
Sarah Greeno grew up attending First Christian Church (FCC) here in Findlay and has wonderful memories of the time she spent with the youth group. Because of that passion, she had a desire to create that same environment for her own children and other youth in our community. With full support of Dr. Jack Sullivan
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.
Zonta is an international organization that empowers women and girls by improving educational opportunities and working to put an end to human trafficking and domestic violence. The days between November 25— The International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women— and December 10— Human Rights Day— are observed by Zontians during a campaign, 16
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
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
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