If you’ve ever wanted to meet new friends or thought about volunteering in the community, Findlay Service League might be the group for you.
“It is truly a group that serves a wide variety of the community,” said Keturah Harding Pohl, 2015-2016 president of FSL. “Through Findlay Service League, women interested in all different areas can fulfill their passion for service. …It’s a great group of dynamic ladies who care about the community – that’s what drew me to it.”
Findlay Service League is a women’s only group founded in 1976 with the purpose of developing strong leaders in the community. FSL members support the community by lending a hand of service or contributing funds raised by the group. Some of the organizations and events often aided by FSL include Chopin Hall, City Mission, Funday Sunday at the Mazza Museum and Hope House. FSL is also a lead organizer for Coats for Christmas. Harding Pohl said new members have been scared away in the past by the 5-year commitment FSL typically requires. She encourages potential members to come check them out and talk about it on a case-by-case basis. There is a “nice mix” of ages in the current group as well as women working both inside and outside of the home, she said.
The philanthropic organization is holding a new member informational meeting August 9 at 6:30pm.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for the location of the meeting in a member’s home.
Contact Harding Pohl at 785-766-9770, visit www.findlayfsl.org, or find them on Facebook under keywords “Findlay Service League.”