All posts by Erin Holden

Clay High School wins national competition

Competing with 500 schools nationwide, Clay High School in Oregon managed to place second by showing off their artistic prowess on a unique canvas— Vans tennis shoes. The 11th annual Vans Custom Culture high school competition earned the Clay’s art program $10,000 for their win in the digital category, along with a digital lesson from

Toledo Museum Seeks Instagram Talent Show Submissions

The TMA Teen Leaders group is calling local teens to share their creativity through a virtual talent show on Instagram. Whether your teenager is a budding artist, musician, or spoken word poet, TMA wants to encourage them to apply by the Sunday, May 31 deadline. The process is simple. Using a public Instagram profile, direct

Child welfare agencies call for emergency relief

The Children’s Defense Fund (Ohio) is joining other child advocacy organizations nationwide, requesting that Congress provide extra assistance in the next COVID-19 relief package. The CDFO and other groups drafted a letter that points out a likely increase in child welfare referrals due to abuse and neglect as states begin to reopen. The surge is

Candy for Cash

Kids usually end up with way more candy than they have any business eating. Dr. Jon Frankel of Frankel Dentistry knows about the troubles this overconsumption of sweets can cause. “Visiting your dentist twice a year and brushing daily are preventative measures,” he says, “but doing away with excess sweets all together will really give your