All posts by Kelsey Nevius

UF’s Ayane Hida Spreads Knowledge and Joy

Japanese native, Ayane Hida, always had a dream of teaching in the United States. When the opportunity arose, Ayane seized it, and she was assigned to the Mazza Museum to work with Ben Sapp, Director of the Mazza as the JOI (Japan Outreach Initiative) Coordinator. Ayane couldn’t have been happier (or more well-received) than at

Kawasaki Disease: An Unknown You Should Know About

When Heagan Sparling’s son, Sawyer, spiked a fever that lasted for days, she knew something was wrong. After a trip to the doctor’s office Sawyer was diagnosed with a rare and serious illness that few know of: Kawasaki Disease. While this disease often is misdiagnosed, it is the leading heart disease in children.  Left untreated

Tips and tricks for gearing up for school

As the summer comes to a close, families and kids gear up for another school year full of learning and fun. However, some families may have to plan more than others. Special needs families sometimes experience unique difficulties transitioning to the back-to-school season, so it’s helpful to know some tips and tricks on getting special

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

Nutrition Club offers fast and healthy food

Haven’t made good on that New Year’s resolution to live a healthier lifestyle yet? Looking for a change in the right direction and haven’t figured out what you need to give you that positive boost? A fast, healthy alternative to fast food is right around the corner. Newcomer Get Right Nutrition Club will give you