DC Civility Project Asks To “Mind Your Manners”

A group of Door County residents are working hard to help some folks find a way to “mind their manners” at public events. Shirley Senarighi says the Door County Civility Project is an attempt to develop a mechanism that will provide for the exchange of ideas without the situation getting overheated. Senarighi says community groups have been discussing the idea civil discourse for a couple of years now…

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Senarighi says more people will get involved in solving community issues if they don’t feel intimidated by the process…

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The Door County Civility Project, which is funded in part by the Door County Community Foundation, asks participants to follow a few simple rules; pay attention, listen, be inclusive, don’t gossip, show respect, be agreeable, apologize, give constructive criticism, and take responsibility.

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