Don’t Miss It! Celebrating 100 Years of Preservation: History of the NPS!

centennial_npf_logo_webDear Staff, Volunteers, Partners and Friends:

We would like to personally invite you to a wonderful presentation,Celebrating 100 Years of Preservation: History Of The National Parks, in the auditorium on at 11:30 a.m., Friday, 22 April and again at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, 24 April. This will be a 25-minute PowerPoint Interpretation presentation presented by our own Cabrillo Volunteer, Costa Dillon. Costa will share his insights gained over his 35 years of service as an NPS ranger and superintendent (you can read home about him below).

Please join us and tell a friend!

Thank you and have a fabulous National Parks Week!

Constantine (Costa) Dillon is a former National Park Service ranger and superintendent. Over the course of his 35-year career, Costa worked a more than a dozen parks in every NPS region. As a ranger he worked in law enforcement, interpretation, and resource management. He was superintendent at Indiana Dunes National Monument, Homestead National Monument of America, Fire Island National Seashore, and the Horace M. Albright Training Center at the Grand. He was also the Chief of Training and Employee Development for the NPS. His awards include the Department of the Interior’s Meritorious Service Award, the NPS Sequoia Award for Excellence in Interpretation, the National Parks Conservation Association’s Stephen Mather Award for Outstanding Resource Stewardship, four DOI Unit Citations for Excellence of Service. Contemporaneous with his NPS career, Costa worked in motion pictures and is the creator and principal writer of the feature film Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, as well as four other feature motion pictures.

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