The Mazza Museum at the University of Findlay will break ground in spring 2020 on a 4,000 square foot addition—the Joseph and Judith Conda STEAM Education Center.
Rieck’s Gallery, a fixture in Findlay for over 100 years, closed in late 2018, but the legacy is carried on by Cindy VanderVlucht, who worked as a custom framer at Rieck’s Gallery for 15 years. With 30 years experience in conservation framing, and the blessing of the Rieck’s Gallery owners, Cindy has opened her own
Convenient access and improved lighting are a few perks of Habitat for Humanity of Findlay/Hancock County’s new ReStore location at 1200 Commerce Parkway. “We’re calling it a home of our own,” said Wendy McCormick, Habitat for Humanity’s executive director. “It’s been a big blessing.” Previously, located in a rented retail space on Tiffin Avenue, Habitat
Owner Kyle Lauck opened Lauck Auto on Blanchard Street in Findlay earlier this year with a vision to run a community-minded business. Doing just that, he serves veterans, addicts and other community members in need. Lauck, an Army Reserve veteran, served our country from 2009 to 2014. Originally from North Baltimore, Lauck is committed to