Please join us at Clovis Community College Herndon Campus - Clovis, California for our April Luncheon Meeting with guest speaker Jon Forrest Dohlin with his presentation titled "Fresno Chaffee Zoo: Past, Present and Future"
Clovis Community College will be requiring proof of vaccination and photo ID for vaccinated individuals or a negative Covid test for unvaccinated individuals. Test must be taken within 72 hours of the event. A table will be set up in front of the entrance and visitors will be asked to show their vaccine card and ID photo prior to entering the meeting.
*Guests and Non-Members Welcome*
Provided by our FCWCC Member Jene DiAmbrosio of DiAmbrosio Trading Inc.
Kathryn Wage with Aspire Speech and Learning Center
11:30am – 12:00pm: Check-in, Relationship Building, Lunch Served
12:00pm - 1:00pm: Program with Guest Speaker
MENU (Lunch optional):
Members: Lunch – $15.00
Members: No Lunch – $0.00
Non-Members: Lunch – $20.00
Non-Members: No Lunch – $5.00
(All payments must be paid online. If an error occurs when paying please clear your cookies and manually type in credit card information)
Build your own Chicken Fajitas & Beef Tacos
Garden Salad with Basil Ranch Dressing
Dessert: Baker's Choice
Iced tea and water
Please register online by Sunday, April 24th.
No-shows or cancellations made after that date will still be responsible for the lunch payment.
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Fresno Chaffee Zoo Chief Executive Officer Jon Forrest Dohlin has extensive experience in project and animal management as well as a strong commitment to conservation and education. Born and raised in the suburbs of Los Angeles in Woodland Hills, Jon attended Humboldt State University where he remained to live and work for more than 12 years. From there, Jon joined the Wildlife Conservation Society in New York where he had a successful 20 year career and was involved in project design and management with the Bronx Zoo. Jon also served as the director of the Wildlife Conservation Society’s New York Aquarium, Brooklyn’s largest cultural institution, for 12 years. As the director, Jon managed an annual budget of $18.5 million and over 300 staff members, directed a $150 million restoration of the New York Aquarium after the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, and oversaw the design, construction, and fundraising for the award-winning $160 million shark exhibit, Ocean Wonders: Sharks! Though his time in New York was exciting and professionally fulfilling, California always remained Jon’s home. While it was the urge to return to California that began his inquiries at Fresno Chaffee Zoo, it was the people and the community’s support for the Zoo that drew him to Fresno Chaffee Zoo. Jon is eager to build on the great work that has already been done to create an outstanding zoo experience and looks forward to continuing the Zoo’s mission by focusing on conservation, education, world class animal care, community engagement, and breathtaking exhibits. As Chief Executive Officer, Jon oversees all functions of the Zoo, including 200 species of animals and the Zoo’s exhibits, such as Sea Lion Cove and African Adventure, as well as continue the progress on Kingdoms of Asia, the Zoo’s upcoming exhibit that will transport guests to Southeast Asia.
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