Door County Civility Project recaps 2018

The Door County Civility Project helped put on 15 workshops and training sessions in 2018. Shirley Senarighi is a volunteer for the DCCP and she thinks they impacted more people in 2018 than in any year prior. They got involved in the election and trying to promote more civility in politics. Senarighi says they got a lot of positive feedback from that. 



The DCCP was also able to finish the project they started in 2017 that deals with civility in the stands at sporting events. They were able to put a banner in every high school gym in 2018 encouraging the fans to be civil and sportsmanlike. 


In 2019, the non-profit is planning a series of lectures, each one focusing on a different aspect of civility. 


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