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Meet Your 2018 Board

The Doty Island Development Council (DIDC) celebrated 25 years of building relationships and a stronger community at its annual meeting. The DIDC was established in 1992 to represent the businesses and residents of the 1.1 square mile island with a population of nearly 4,000 located partially in Neenah and partially in Menasha. The group’s motto “two cities, one community” reflects the camaraderie, sense of ownership, and pride that people who live on the island feel about their neighborhood.

One of the agenda items during the annual meeting is have the attendees of the annual dinner approve the slate of nominees for the 2018 Board Members. Per our by-laws, DIDC can have up to 15 board members. All board members must live on the island with the minimum term being one year. There is no cap on the number of terms a Board Member may serve. Here are the official 2018 Board Members are (alphabetical order). Please note, officer positions will be determined at the December 14th meeting (President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer).

Bill Banti - Neenah

Ayanda Crispin - Menasha

Dan Dubnicka - Menasha (NOT PICTURED IN THE PHOTO)

Scott Francis - Menasha

Arleigh Hubbard - Neenah

Chris Jones / Yuyun Sejati - Neenah

Ron Klatt - Neenah

Cari Lendrum - Neenah

Ann Oliver Lepore - Menasha

Michele Lynn - Neenah

Dave Magruder - Neenah

Don Merkes - Menasha

Jacy Park - Neenah

Kathy Peterson - Neenah

Anna Zoltowski - Menasha

At the annual dinner, the DIDC presented two awards:


Neenah-Menasha Fire Rescue with the Volunteers of the Year Award. Neenah-Menasha Fire Rescue Local 275 not only provides nearly 15 gallons of chili for the Winter Gala for the past several years, they also were chef’s at the annual picnic. Local 275 supports numerous charitable causes in the two communities including the backdraft bike tour and annual Santa Float donating over $100,000 since 2003.


The Mike McKinnon Unsung Hero Award was presented to DIDC President, Jacy Park. The Unsung Hero Award exemplifies selfless volunteers in the community who ask for no recognition for their efforts. Jacy has lead Doty Island Development Council’s increased activities, fundraisers, and membership during her term as president. Jacy also volunteers throughout the community and the Oshkosh Safety Council.

The Doty Island Development Council is a membership organization of residents, businesses, and

supporters of the Doty Island neighborhood with nearly 200 members. You can find out more about the Doty Island lifestyle and membership opportunities at

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