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Bolivar – Wilkshire Hills – Zoar, Ohio Community Links

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Bolivar, Wilkshire Hills, Mineral City, & Zoar (Northern Tuscarawas County, Ohio) recommended links throughout the Tuscarawas Valley. 

Friends of Fort Laurens Foundation The Friends of Fort Laurens Foundation, Inc. is an IRS-recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit educational and historic preservation foundation, incorporated in Ohio in 1994. The Foundation’s charter is organized to promote the charitable, educational, archaeological, scientific and historic preservation purposes of Fort Laurens. Specifically, the Foundation seeks to promote the general awareness and educational importance of Fort Laurens, its role in both Ohio’s and America’s history, and to raise public and private contributions for the reconstruction of Fort Laurens.

Kent Tusc Small Business Development Center The Ohio Small Business Development Center (OSBDC) provides services to assist small businesses.  Tuscarawas Regional Advanced Technology Accelerator  a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.

Lawrence Township Lawrence Township government of Tuscarawas County, Ohio

Tuscarawas County, Ohio government Beautiful and Historic Tuscarawas County is home to Schoenbrunn, the first Protestant settlement in Ohio. We are proud to have had Astronaut John Glenn take his first flying lessons at Harry Clever Field in New Philadelphia. Newcomerstown was the childhood home to baseball great Cy Young, while Ohio State football legend Woody Hayes started his head coaching career with the New Philadelphia Quakers. The city of Dover holds the famous Mooney Warther Carvings Museum and Sugarcreek is the Gateway to Amish country. From top to bottom and all throughout, Tuscarawas County is full of history and accomplishment.

Village of Bolivar Village of Bolivar, Ohio government

Historic Zoar Village was founded in 1817 by a group of 200 German Separatists seeking escape from religious persecution in their homeland. These Separatists thrived as a unique Society for more than 80 years, making Zoar Village one of the most successful communal settlements in American history.