These Pictures were taken in
I know this isn’t or even Hancock County, However I think this warrants a post. I wanted to get the Book Loft in as well, but lacked the time to do so. However I will be returning to Columbus soon, and so I hope to include this as well as other local landmarks (And Trotcon).
Those fireworks were awesome! I felt the booms ripple my clothes. Since lost of Findlay still didn’t have electricity there was also little light pollution. Great show!
The Findlay Water Treatment Plant. This particular plant is responsible for purifyingIn the City of Findlay. Outside the city most is saturated with sulfur, making more desirable. The average PH of the water in Findlay is 9.0. As per State law it has fluoride added, as well as small amounts of chlorine to keep the water safer.
The First Presbyterian Church in Findlay was organized on December 21st, 1830, making it only about ten years younger then Findlay itself. The current building was completed in 1955 after a fire destroyed an earlier structure.
On June 29th 2012 Hurricane force winds tore through northwest Ohio. Although Findlay was hit hard other areas, such as Putnam county, revived more damage. Surprisingly some parts of Hancock county received comparatively little damage, such as Arcadia, Arlington, and Fostoria which resides partly in Hancock county and has sent Aid to Findlay. The Above photographs how the roots of an overturned tree in southern Findlay, close to Donnell Middle School.
Blanchard Vally hospital in Findlay Ohio was founded in 1891 as the “Findlay Home for Friendless Women and Children.” Over time the hospital grew and in 2011 it was called one of the top 100 hospitals in the United States of America by Thomson Reuters. The hospital has many facilities and even a surgical robot, which was first used in 2010.