Del Mar Kiwanis welcomes zoo expert

Submitted By Chuck Phillips

(Right) Club president Leslie Jackson presents a plaque of appreciation to Greg Vicino.

Greg Vicino, animal care manager at the San Diego Zoo, gave an interesting and educational presentation on animal control and management techniques. He used videos that demonstrated actual animal training sessions to the delight of Del Mar Kiwanis members. The business portion of the meeting was dedicated to planning the next fundraiser, the Del Mar Kiwanis Day at the Races that will take place on Sept. 1. For information, call Steve Gardella at 858-864-8596.

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