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Bolivar, Ohio – The Bolivar-Zoar Rotary is gearing up for the launch of a new speaker series designed to address important community issues. 

Club President Justin Wallace says this program is an extension of the group's commitment to the community.

“As Rotarians, we feel it is important for the citizens in our communities to be up-to-date and informed on what goes on around them,” he says. “The speaker series is a fun and educational event for leaders and influential figures from the area to inform and discuss with the public, issues we find important. After all, knowledge is power!”

Anyone is welcome to attend the series to learn more about how they can enhance current efforts or pursue new efforts to make our community better. 

The first speaker will be Ohio & Erie Canal Coalition President Dan Rice. He will talk about the development of the entire Ohio & Erie Canalway with a focus on what is happening here in Tuscarawas County. There will be 16 miles of towpath trail in Tuscarawas County. Eight miles have been completed and another eight miles are currently under construction. Rice will also discuss overall economic development, quality of life considerations and more. This presentation will be held on February 25th at Ft. Laurens Theatre.

The second speaker will be Garry Sears, the president and CEO of Eleet Cryogenics. Sears will share the growth and success of his business and his motto to treat every customer with the same importance. This presentation will take place on March 25th at Eleet Cryogenics, 11132 Industrial Parkway NW in Bolivar. 

The third speaker will be Brad Bielski, the dean of Kent State University at Tuscarawas, on April 22nd. He will speak to attendees on the current state of the Kent branch and share recent updates and future plans. This presentation will take place at Ft. Laurens Theatre. 

Each event will begin at 6pm with refreshments, and the speaker will present from 6:30 until 7:30. 

For more information, call 330-412-3542.

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