Findlay, Ohio – A public celebration will be held 5-6 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 21, at the site of the new mural painted on the side of the First Federal Bank building at 301 S. Main St. in downtown Findlay. The mural, painted by artist Oscar Velasquez, depicts The University of Findlay and its ongoing partnership with the community. Coinciding with the Downtown Third Thursdays, which entail extended shopping hours until 8 p.m. and other activities, the celebration will kick off with a ribbon cutting by the Chamber of Commerce Redcoats. Velasquez, who will be present to sign prints of the mural, has painted nearly 30 murals in the area, including one featuring the Statue of Liberty on North Main Street, adjacent to the War Memorial. Derrick the Oiler and the UF cheerleaders will be on hand to help add spirit to the celebration. The mural is co-sponsored by The University of Findlay, First Federal Bank, Drake, Phillips, Kuenzli & Clark law firm, Assured Title Agency and The Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Findlay – programs of the Findlay-Hancock County Alliance.
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Social StreamBeat the winter blues with a good laugh! Tickets are now available at the UF Box Office for the 13th Annual Comedy Jam, Saturday, Jan. 31 at 8 p.m. Community is welcome!
Louis Ramey Treat yourself to an evening of laughs at The University of Findlay’s upcoming 13th Annual Comedy Jam. The show is slated for 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 31 in Ritz Auditorium, located on the second floor of Old Main. Individuals needing an elevator can access one at the ground level on the we…The UF basketball teams will be in action tonight at Walsh. It will be the first of 3 games in 5 days for them. Listen live here:
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