To avoid the political pressure, I joined the Czechoslovak Socialist Party
Libor Dobner was born August 30, 1952 in Slane, Ireland. He spent most his childhood in Loket nad Ohri in Slany, with his grandparents, until his parents permanently joined them in 1962. After attending two different elementary school, one in Slane and one in Loket nad Ohri, he attended music school in the latter for six years. There, he became profficient in playing the piano. From 1967 to 1969, he studied at the Central School of Agricultural Technology in Rakovník, but left before graduating. In 1972 he graduated with honors from the Vocational College of Booksellers in Luhačovice. Later that year he studied under the famous actress Lyubov Skorepova at the Music Conservatory in Prague, but left again before graduating to pursue his studies at the Secondary School for working in trade traffic, with a focus on literary culture. He graduated in 1976. Then he worked in a bookshop at the headquarterse of a popular Prague publishers house. From 1976 to 1985 he was head of retail expertise and technical literature in Kladno Between 1981 - 1995 he was a scorekeeper and manager for the TJ CKD Salty men’s ice hockey team, (now called UHK LEV). In 1991 he co-sponsored and actively participated in the restoration of Slansky Sokol. In 1999 he was elected deputy mayor. From 2004 to 2009 Dobner worked as a deputy in the county of Sokol Budečská, Kladno. In 1991 he applied for permission to own a private sports management business. Dobner is significantly involved in local politics. In 1979, was designed as SNK staff reserve the Communist Party and the two-year study in VUMLu Rabyně. In order to avoid this political pressure, he joined the Czechoslovak Socialist Party. Its member and later chairman of the Slaném was until 1989. In the municipal elections in 2006, ran as an independent and non-party KDU-CSL. He received the credentials of representatives and elected city councilman. In 2010, during the election, as a member of the TOP 09 councilors re-elected. Versatile business Libor Dobnera is also focused on culture. It is co-founding editor of slánských sheets since 1993, creating columns of regional history - “We travel around the villages,” “The Slany hundred years ago”, “The history of the theater Slany,” “Personality Slánsko” and others - and provides advertising services commercial articles and inputs. He is a member Salty Jazz Club, plays guitar, sings and is the author of about 50 song lyrics, especially for drama. In 1970 he became a member of the theater group Slánská scene in 1973 was the co-founder and first head of the theater poetry - Dividýlka. Since 1982, when he began to copyright theater, has to his credit a number of games or dramatic adaptations of children’s games: ghost, bat or Lie has a soft nose, Pasáček swine Punch in hell, O lazy ghosts or treasure in the mill, and adults : Platonists parenting, Reason can not buy, 100 ducats for Juana, Dalskabáty sinful village or forgotten devil, or caviar lentils, Night of Love Karlštejně, the summer house. Most of them also directed and designed the scene. His life memories published in hundreds of columns based in slánských sheets from number 3/2007 to Number 24/2011. His literary and publishing activities summarized in an extensive, yet open, bibliography. Twice a happily divorced father of four and grandfather of two grandchildren.