Located in Kettering, Ohio, a suburb of Dayton, Ohio, Kid Time Party Entertainment was created to offer parents a better option to loud, expensive party packages that are not customized to each child's uniqueness.
Raising our own children, we always challenged ourselves to create memorable games and activities for our children's parties. Whether it was a neighborhood scavenger hunt or wrapping each other up in toilet paper as mummies, we realized that creating games and watching children squeal in laughter was rewarding beyond words.
Our company's mission is to create memorable parties for your children. Although we offer a variety of additional upgrades for your parties, our philosophy is provide our customers with a great party. Our party planning provides relief to you at a reasonable price. We provide our customers with the games that children can immerse themselves in while competing with their friends and doing new activities that challenge their creativity.
I come from a large family. Growing up my siblings and I would create games out of every house chore. If you were the first one found during hide and seek, you had to wash the dishes. I continued to incorporate games to teach my children math and reading when they were young. Creating games is second nature to me. "Mother may I" with math flash cards go hand in hand. Today, I have 15 nieces and nephews and take great pride in being "fun Aunt Jeannie".
My professional background is in accounting. I was the Accounting Director at an exhibit display house and most recently was the Business Manager at an upscale retirement community. In 2009 I lost my job due to a mass layoff. I decided that it was a perfect opportunity to redirect my career into something with more creativity and excitement. Together with Treva and Lauren, we created Kid-Time Party Entertainment. We enjoy making children happy and the challenge of making each birthday party unique. Crafting games and activities for the children's parties gives me the opportunity to fulfill my need to be creative.
I have volunteer with the Miami Valley Literacy Council to tutor reading to both children and adults. I also volunteered with the Miami Valley Women's Center helping teenage mothers with parenting skills.
Treva is a graduate of Ohio State University and has a passion for helping children. Treva worked two years tutoring children at the Homeless Families Foundation and recently returned from Honduras where she taught English as a second language to high school students. During her four years at college Treva volunteered during the summer teaching acceptance and diversity to Dayton area high school children.