All posts by Kimberly Feldkamp

Foster Care Agency Opens New Office

Ohio MENTOR Therapeutic Foster Care of Toledo has a new office at 5444 Airport Highway, Suite 3. Ohio MENTOR is part of the MENTOR Network, a national network of local health and human services providers offering an array of quality, community-based services to adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain and spinal cord

Sleep in Heavenly Peace Donates Beds to Kids

Sleep in Heavenly Peace (SHP), a Northwest Ohio-based volunteer-driven organization has a simple mission— give beds to kids who do not have them. Currently, over 900 kids are waiting for a bed from SHP. Last month, Christine Senack (The Girl in the Glass City) hosted a Bed Build for SHP, and more than 50 volunteers

Celebrate National Reading Month

The March 2 birthday of beloved children’s author Dr. Seuss kicks off National Reading Month, with a goal to motivate kids to read every day of the year. Different events and contests encourage kids to pick up different types of books and read. Even your littlest ones can benefit from books. A recent report of

Toledo Museum of Art’s Series of Master Classes

Parents looking for a creative outlet or hunting for something new to try should check out The Toledo Museum of Art’s series of master classes in glass this summer. These one-week classes offer instruction in a variety of techniques including glassblowing, flameworking, stained glass, glass casting, hot sculpting and glass print making. Each teaching artist

Glass City Credit Union Offers Scholarships

Free money for local high school students! Glass City Federal Credit Union is offering five scholarship awards – one in the amount of $2,500 and four in the amount of $1,000 – to area students heading to a post-secondary school next year, and there’s still time to apply! To be eligible, local students have to

UT Songfest to benefit Zepf Center

College students are practicing their songs and rehearsing their dance routines for the University of Toledo’s upcoming Songfest. This philanthropic tradition – a song and dance performance competition – continues Saturday, March 30 at 5pm at Savage Arena with three separate competitions – Men’s, Women’s and Co-Ed. This year, proceeds will benefit the Zepf Center.