Next Civility Project lecture over the topic of water

With the first three lectures out of the way, the next topic of discussion in the Door County Talks series will center on civilized debates about water. Due to the location of Door County, water can be a hot topic of debate among citizens, and often that debate can turn hostile. Dr. Roger Kuhns, a writer, performer and geologist, will give his thoughts on how best to discuss an issue of such importance like the quality of Door County's water. Shirley Senerighi, a member of the Door County Civility Project, said she hopes the talk will lead to more civilized debate over how best to work with Door County's bountiful water supply.



Senerighi said she has been pleased with the high attendance at each of the first three lectures and would like to see the same amount or even more attend the last two discussions. "Healthy Waters and  Navigating Political Shoals" will be held on Saturday, February 2nd, at 10 a.m. in the Door County Auditorium.

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