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« on: January 31, 2006, 08:00:06 pm »


"The Tulsa Zoo and the Rotary Club is sponsoring a miniature rubber sea lion race at the lagoon at RiverWest Festival Park. You can buy numbered tickets that correspond to numbers on the rubber sea lions.

On April 1st, 10,000 sea lions will splash into the water, and then dock dogs will dive in and retrieve the winners. Prizes range from zoo memberships to a trip for four to the San Diego Zoo. All of the money raised will go towards building a new California Sea Lion Exhibit."

From www.tulsazoo.org

"Sea Lion Splash is a fundraising event benefiting the Tulsa Zoo’s Growing Wild! capital campaign, the most ambitious development campaign in Tulsa Zoo’s history and an important first step toward the fulfillment of the zoo’s master plan. The project includes the expansion of the Asian Elephant exhibit and the creation of a new Asian Cats exhibit, housing the zoo’s Siberian Tigers and snow leopards. A multi-use events center will be built adjacent to the zoo’s existing Bank of Oklahoma Pavilion. Last but not least, the zoo’s Oceans and Islands section, which began in earnest with the creation of the African Penguin exhibit, will be expanded to include a new California Sea Lion exhibit."

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