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Local Tween Twirling her Way to the Top

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

American Heritage Girls offers many benefits to tweens

Many clubs support community and learning, but few have core principles that strive to teach about God, community, and country.  American Heritage Girls,  a national development organization for young women, offers just that with a motto of “building women of integrity through service to God, family, community and country”. American Heritage History American Heritage Girls

A 1940s Nutcracker coming to Marathon Performing Arts Center

Caitlin Smith loves a challenge. That’s one of the reasons she spends nearly a dozen hours a week in classes and rehearsals with the Findlay Academy of Ballet. “Ballet pushes you,” said Smith, 14, a home-schooled eighth grader from Findlay. “It’s hard and when you finally get something it feels really good and it’s a

Findlay First Edition Ranked 11th In The Nation

Committed, hard-working and dedicated are just a few adjectives used to describe  the talented high school students involved in Findlay First Edition, or FFE, Findlay High School’s show choir. Started in 1984 by JD Smith, the choir completed its 32nd season with a host of accomplishments. In April, the group won the regional FAME Chicago

Tips for your Pokemon Party with a Findlay Flare

Parents get misty-eyed when their children out grow traditions like trick-or-treat. But older kids can still play around for Halloween with a Pokemon Go-themed party. Halloween costumes graduate to “cosplay,” and the game’s unique draw—socializing—can be in full effect for tweens, teens, and adults too! Treats for Trainers Gather candies in the Pokeball’s signature red,