All posts by Kimberly Feldkamp

Help is Here Thanks to Conway Tutoring

Is the thought of taking the ACTs stressing out your teen? Help is here thanks to Conway Tutoring, a new family-run ACT prep tutoring center. A mother-daughter duo (with more than 54 years of combined teaching experience) cover all four of the main ACT subjects: reading, English, science and math. The sessions focus on the

Mommy and Me Ride for Free

A new transportation program got the green light, thanks to a $133,000 federal grant.  Mommy and Me Ride for Free will provide pregnant women and mothers with young children free transportation with TARPS and TARTA to doctor’s visits, trips to the grocery store or other appointments. The Mommy and Me Ride for Free program aims

Breakfast with Santa

Oregon/Northwood Rotary Club presents Breakfast with Santa, breakfast of pancakes, eggs & sausage. Saturday, December 3rd, 8-10 a.m., at Clay High School Cafeteria, 5665 Seaman Rd., Oregon. Cost $3 per person. 419-693-0665 | oregoncityschools.org

Nursing Mothers can use the New App Moms Pump Here

Are you a nursing mom? Looking for a place to feed your baby or pump in public? Well, there’s an app for that. Thanks to MomsPumpHere, nursing mamas on the go can easily find a clean place to pump or breastfeed their babies. Created by moms for moms, the app lists more than 5,000 room

“Comedy Improv for Kids” at Toledo Repertoire Theater

Master the improv stage this month with the Toledo Repertoire Theater’s fall workshop “Comedy Improv for Kids”. Students will get a crash course in instant performance and learn the same games and techniques you see in “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” The workshop is Saturday, October 15, for students ages 7-11 and Saturday, October 22,