Meet Jen Sheely, Findlay resident, and wife, mom, payroll extraordinaire, crafter, baker, and cancer survivor. Married to husband Matt since 2008, who works in IT security for Marathon, and mother to 7-year-old Savannah and 4-year-old Jameson, Jen’s navigated the twists and turns of the Covid-19 pandemic with her signature humor and by embracing some degree
Findlay’s Black Heritage Library and Multicultural Center is focusing on virtual education during the COVID-19 pandemic. Although the Black Heritage Library, at 817 Harmon St., Findlay, has not reopened to the public, Interim Director Jerome Gray said its message is getting across virtually and is open by appointment. Community conversations The next virtual event, “A
*With COVID-19, these summer camps are subject to change or be canceled. Please call ahead to confirm availability. It’s just starting to feel like spring has arrived, which, believe it or not, means summer isn’t far behind. What will your kids do once school is out? Now is the perfect time to start planning for
Findlay’s female entrepreneurs and business leaders are blazing trails, driven by doing what they love! Neeli Oler Owner, Dark Horse Restaurant and Olers Bar and Grille Neeli owns the Dark Horse restaurant that features many “from scratch” family recipes and she and her partner, Chris Keller, recently purchased the Tex-Mex restaurant Olers, which has been
Molly Maid of NW Ohio, Findlay, Sandusky and Fremont Business Owner: Cyrus Connors Molly Maid of NW Ohio, established in 2013, provides professional cleaning services for local homes. As the “Maid for You,” Molly Maids gives busy families the gift of time by relieving them of the time-consuming task of cleaning. What do you love
Leaving your baby— whether your baby is 6 weeks old or 3 years old— with another caregiver can be incredibly tough (or a big relief!). We compiled a list of some of the best local centers and schools that will allow your child to learn independence and flourish in a school setting.