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Zontians Are Raising Awareness

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

Tween Nights at the Library

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

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