Arts Partnership names Foltz event director

The Arts Partnership of Greater Hancock County has named Sarah Foltz as its new event director.
Foltz will be responsible for the planning and implementation of performing arts and community events, as well as the summer education program fundraisers, such as Boogie on Main, Riverside Wine Festival and Rib-Off on Broadway.
Foltz is a 2014 graduate of the University of Findlay, earning a bachelor of arts degree in public relations. In addition to marketing and public relations, her experience includes the planning and execution of events as well as booking and managing performances at the University of Findlay and the community.
Daughters of the American Revolution
Erin Murray, of Bluffton, was the local and regional winner for the Daughters of the American Revolution American history essay contest.
Erin, a sixth-grade student at Cory-Rawson School, won the first-place award from the Fort Findlay DAR chapter and went on to be the winner of the Northwest Ohio Branch of the Ohio DAR contest.
Danny Kelly of St. Michael School won second place in the local Fort Findlay contest.
The students were to write an essay about a historic or fictional child who lived at the time of the American Revolutionary War.
The national DAR encourages students to learn about history and selects an essay topic each year that students in grades five through eight can write about. Students from public, private, parochial and home schools are eligible to participate.



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