Dublin, Ohio celebrates 200 years in 2010. A successful place like Dublin doesn't reach that age without a whole lot of people, most of them unsung, doing the things that make a city, a community. In creating the web series "Six Degrees Of Community" we spent a lot of time pondering what kind of people make a place like Dublin tick. More to the point we thought about how those kinds of people are connected in ways they don't even realize.
Monthly, leading up to Historic Dublin's September Bicentennial Celebration, we'll chronicle those special people that make Dublin what it is today, and what it will be in the future. A place that thriving small businesses and large corporations both call home. A city that builds beautiful and forward thinking schools, and takes care of those who find themselves struggling with life's sometimes difficult circumstances. A community that nurtures the arts and throws open it's doors for thousands every summer at The Memorial and Dublin Irish Festival.
In "Six Degrees Of Community" we'll highlight some of those people who do the "heavy lifting" required to make Dublin more than just common zip codes and freeway exits.... much more.