All posts by Kimberly Feldkamp

Volunteers Needed at Heartbeat of Toledo

Looking to give back to the community this fall? Heartbeat of Toledo needs you! The pregnancy help center is currently recruiting volunteers for its two locations, in East Toledo and in Sylvania. “Most volunteers help with our prenatal and parenting classes for new and expectant moms and dads,” said Pat Todak, executive director of Heartbeat.

Brain Bright Therapy offers new brain training

If you’re a parent with a child diagnosed with ADHD or Autism, there’s a new therapy being offered in town to provide brain training that aims to treat the root cause of the condition. Brain Bright Therapy consists of licensed therapists using neuroscience to provide brain training to help improve balance, coordination, attention, memory, sensory

New Gym opens in Sylvania

Fit Body Boot Camp has opened a new franchise in Sylvania, specializing in 30 minute personal trainer guided workouts that are fun, high energy and burn twice the calories in half the time. Fit Body Boot Camp wants you to try it out – right now the first three sessions are free! Just visit sylvaniafitbodybootcamp.com

Still the Same vs. What’s Changed

It all started in the fall of 1992, when two mothers with young children recognized a need in the community – to share information about all things parenting. At the time, founder Collette Jacobs and business partner Becky Harris would exchange information and give each each support over the back fence. They realized other moms

Cops & Kids Event is Back

Get ready to hit the bowling lanes for a good cause. The Toledo Bowling Senate Junior League’s Build A-Trust Bowl- A-Thon will be back at the end of the month. At Toledo Sports Center on Saturday, September 30 at 11am kids, tweens and teens are invited to bowl with local police officers, firefighters and members

New guidelines for fruit juice

Fruit juice might seem like an excellent means of quenching your child’s thirst, but the American Academy of Pediatrics has new guidelines for fruit juices and children: No juice before age 1. For toddlers ages 1-3, up to half a cup per day (4 oz). For children ages 4-6, up to three-quarters cup per day