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A Talk in the Park

Podcast of the Wheaton Park District

About

Tune into ‘A Talk in the Park’, a new podcast created by the Wheaton Park District, hosted by Amy Seklecki and Mark Dolphin. Learn about Wheaton events, unique programs, conservation efforts, behind the scenes and more in this new, local series. Episodes will air the second Tuesday of each month beginning in July. Download and subscribe to ‘A Talk in the Park’ on iTunes, Google Play or Soundcloud.

Meet the hosts

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Meet the Hosts

Amy Seklecki

Amy Seklecki is heading into her third year as the Marketing and Special Events Coordinator for the Wheaton Park District. Her job responsibilities include planning and executing more than 10 annual special events, successfully marketing several Park District special facilities and serves as the district’s Race Director. She is passionate about email marketing, creative content and working directly with the community to create a positive impact.

Mark Dolphin

Mark has six years of Park District experience between two park districts.  He has worked at both small and large park districts in his career and it has given him the opportunity to see both ends of the industry.  Mark has had the pleasure of managing a wide variety of program areas which provided him valuable lessons in his career.  The program areas include are youth athletics, seniors, swim lessons, martial arts, special events and summer camps.  Mark is a Certified Parks and Recreation Professional (CPRP), graduate of Revenue Development and Management School, IPRA Park Pursuit committee member and completed two years of Leadership Academy with the Wheaton Park District.  During college Mark was a Division III golfer at Loras College.