This podcast exists to tell the stories of the people that make up the rich fabric of Tuscarawas County, and to support local servants and businesses by highlighting the work they do and the services they provide.
Episode 2.4 - Simply Cinnamon
Ashley Hafer-Kline started working at Simply Cinnamon (https://sites.google.com/view/simplycinnamon/home) in Bolivar when she was 16 years old. 10 years old, she bought the business and his helping it grow and expand. We had a great conversation about her family, her business, and her love of Tusc County.
Episode 2.3 - Our City Productions
Tyler King, Mikey Rogers, and Chad Shumaker are three talented individuals who love Tuscarawas County. They are using their incredible talents to help small businesses and other individuals in our community. Check out their work at ourcityproductions.com, and make sure you listen to the whole conversation so you don't miss a guest appearance by Kermit the Frog.
Episode 2.2 - Dave Jones
Dave Jones is not just a small business owner, he is a book lover. Opening Bibliophile (a used book store) in downtown Dover, Ohio allows him to share his passion with our community. We had a great conversation about books, reading, and our community. (Sorry for the audio quality, there was a problem with Dave's microphone).
Episode 2.1 - Anita Davis
Anita Davis helps run her family business Breitenbach Winery (breitenbachwine.com) and operates a foundation in her son's name. The Zachary Davis Foundation (www.zachsstory.org) has helped fight drug abuse in a variety of ways in Tuscarawas County. This is a powerful conversation, and you will love hearing Anita's heart and passion.
Season 1 Recap
After taking a few months off for summer break, we have new episodes coming in October. Here's a quick look back at some of the interviews from Season 1. Be sure to catch up on any episodes you missed while you wait for Season 2 to arrive.
Episode 12: Scott Florence
Sugarfuse is a local bakery and coffee shop that serves up high quality coffee, donuts, pastries, cupcakes, and more. Scott began the business as a homer bakery 10 years ago, and has grown it into a gourmet pastry and coffee shop. As he tells the story of his journey, you will hear his passion for excellence and his love for the people around our community.