Please join us at Clovis Community College Herndon Campus - Clovis, California for our March Monthly Luncheon with guest speaker Lilia Gonzáles-Chávez MA with her presentation titled "Why art?".
*Guests and Non-Members Welcome*
Provided by our FCWCC Members
Michele Avedikian with Enagic International
Stephanie German with German Business Consulting
11:30am – 12:00pm: Check-in, Relationship Building, Lunch Served
12:00pm - 1:00pm: Program with Guest Speaker
MENU (Lunch optional):
Members: Lunch – $18.00
Members: No Lunch – $0.00
Non-Members: Lunch – $23.00
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)
Menu: (Vegetarian option available upon request.)
Teriyaki Chicken with sesame noodles
Almond Toffee Tart
Water and Tea
Please register online by Sunday, March 26th.
No-shows or cancellations made after that date will still be responsible for the lunch payment.
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Lilia Gonzáles-Chávez MA, is a lifelong resident of Fresno California. She was appointed Executive Director of the Fresno Arts Council in 2011 and continues in that position today. Governor Gavin Newson appointed her to the California Arts Council in 2020, where she served as Chair of the Council from 2021 to 2023. Prior to that she was appointed by Governor Jerry Brown to serve on the California State Summer School for the Arts Board. Lilia is a performing artist with over thirty years teaching and performing Ballet Folklorico. With a BA from Fresno State University and a master’s degree from Fresno Pacific University, she has worked in the education, human services and the arts field first as a teacher and advancing through management and leadership positions in public and nonprofit organizations. She is co-founder of Arte Americas, the Latino cultural arts center in Fresno and served as its Director for nearly ten years. She is credited for establishing the City of Fresno Poet Laureate Program. Lilia is the recipient of the Armando Rodriguez Social Justice award, Fresno County Schools Leadership in Arts Award and the Arte Americas Rebozo Award for Community Service.
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