Many children and teens express an interest in becoming a vegetarian. But it’s important to understand the health benefits—and the dietary needs—of vegetarianism before diving in.
School doesn’t run just Monday through Friday for Japanese students in Findlay, as they also attend a special school on Saturdays! The Japanese Saturday school in Toledo, presents an important link between the students and Japan. Connection to home Established in 1990, the school is located at the Maumee Valley Country Day School in a
Findlay’s relationship with the Japanese city of Kawaguchi includes a high school student exchange program, where students can better learn about Japanese culture and language.
Hancock County Pheasants Forever will host three No Child Left Indoors events focused on getting kids active and outside.
Acknowledging the cultural value of native languages Students at the University of Findlay organized International Mother Language Day on February 21, 2019. The goal of the event was to encourage linguistic and cultural diversity, to recognize and celebrate multilingualism and to acknowledge the cultural and personal value of people’s native languages. Forty-three percent of the
The Franciscan Earth Literacy Center (FELC) in Tiffin recently received a $1,500 grant from the Walmart Community Grants Team and Facility #1622 to support their community work and enhance their local impact.