History of Dietsch’s Chocolates in Six Minutes
Liberty-Benton High School Commencement 2020
Findlay High School Commencement 2020
Art and Culture Show with Sharinda Welton. Check out Sharinda and guest Courtney Comstock, Operations Manager, Hancock County Solid Waste Management District and Litter Landing.
Lecture: Underground Railroad Expert Cathy Nelson. Cathy Nelson is a retired Columbus City Schools teacher and Founder of the Friends of Freedom Society, delivered a lecture on the history of the Underground Railroad in Ohio. Ms. Nelson has testified to Congress on behalf of the Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Act of 1997, and she and her extensive research have won numerous awards and widespread recognition.
June 19, is a day to recognize the freedom of the last enslaved people in America. It was on this day in 1865 that the news of the Emancipation Proclamation, signed in 1863 by Abraham Lincoln, reached the western-most part of the United States making all people in America free.
In celebration of Juneteenth, several local organizations will be hosting artwork from Mazza Museum’s “Miles of Bravery: The Underground Railroad through Picture Books” exhibit. Each location will have art and books from the collection as well as family-friendly activities.
Black Heritage Library & Multicultural Center
Findlay Art League
Findlay-Hancock County Public Library
Hancock Historical Museum
Marathon Center for the Performing Arts
Paint & Partake
Matthew Shapiro is a spirited, charismatic speaker and consultant, born with cerebral palsy. He graduated in from Virginia Common Wealth University with a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies, BA in Sociology and a minor in Psychology in 2013.
Matthew is the founder and CEO of 6 Wheels Consulting. He created and regularly hosts 6 Wheels Consulting Disability Podcasts.
When speaking, Matthew entertains and enlightens his audiences on how they can “become their own wrecking ball,” breaking free of their comfort zones and exceed their personal goals.
Matthew’s wheelchair was his safety net and leaving it caused him tremendous trepidation. He was not fully experiencing life. Through the persuasion a friend, he attended an event that changed his life FOREVER! He overcame his fears, placing his life in the hands of others. Now, he shares his secrets and strategies, allowing audiences to incorporate his messages into their own lives, breaking free from whatever “chair” is holding them back! His messages have won him the accolades of many. He was named Style Weekly’s Top 40 Under 40, profiled in Virginia Business Magazine and served the Obama Administration in the Office of Public Engagement and Intergovernmental Affairs.
Art and Culture Show interviews UF’s Dr. Robert Braylock, Pharm.D., RPh., Director, Intercultural Student Services at the UF Buford Center for Diversity and Service.
University of Findlay’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Week 2019 will incorporate diversity and community service with several public events meant to honor the late civil rights activist and his work.
The University’s free MLK Celebration will be held at noon on Wednesday, Jan. 23 in the Winebrenner Building’s TLB Auditorium. Featured speakers will include alumna Ingrid Godfrey ’15, and students Sadia Akhter Aurna and Olunife Akinmolayan. The event will be live streamed on UFTV Productions’ YouTube page.
Watch as Sharinda interviews guest Adrian Carter the author of Emerging as the Right Person in the Right Place at the Right Time. He is a Conflict Resolution Practitioner and Leadership Development Trainer.
Carter earned his BA in Mass Communications School of Journalism & Mass Communications. He received his Masters in Education, Leadership in Higher Learning.
Adrian has been impacting corporations, governmental entities and institutions of higher education, around the world, for over 16 years with his dynamic and progressive ability to lead, resolve conflict and create solutions.
Information Assurance Forum 10.31.2018 at the University of Findlay.