A service organization of executives and professionals working together to advance the status of women through service and advocacy.

Welcome to Zonta Club of Findlay!

Thank you for visiting Zonta Club of Findlay, Ohio. Charter in April of 1959, the Zonta Club of Findlay, Ohio is part of a global service organization of executives and professionals working together to advance the status of women through service and advocacy. Locally, we plan and participate in many service and fellowship opportunities throughout the year.     Our members are among Zonta International's 31,000 members in over 1200 clubs worldwide located in 66 countries. ZI was founded in Buffalo, New York, USA. Zonta International has Consultative Status with several United Nations Organizations including UNICEF (United Nations Children's Fund), UNIFEM (United Nations Development Fund for Women) and ILO (the International Labor Organization).

Geranium Sale!

ZONTA of Findlay is conducting our annual geranium sale. Orders are due Jan. 13. If payment is made AT THE TIME OF ORDER there is a 10% discount on the prices. The proceeds from this sale are used to assist in supporting local charities that provide services for women and girls, and to offer scholarships to Hancock County women and girls. To order please contact a Zonta member, use the Club email ZontaFindlayOH@gmail.com, or send payment to Zonta Club of Findlay, PO Box 415, Findlay OH 45839. Delivery is expected May 5, 2021. You can view and download the order form here.

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Meghan Newyear Shares Story as Female LifeFlight Pilot

Meghan Newyear shared her story and experiences as an air ambulance LifeFlight pilot for Mercy St. Vincent hospital in Toledo. She's been with the job for ten years and is now the lead pilot and is based out of Clyde. Newyear explained that as far as she knows, she's the only female air ambulance pilot in northern Ohio, but there were others in the past. It was great being able to hear her story. You can read an article about Newyear from the Courier here.
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