Erik Hynes Lois Bernstein Mary Jo Uhlman Charles Brown Santina

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Erik Hynes Lois Bernstein Mary Jo Uhlman Charles Brown Santina
ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY 07/08 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Erik Hynes
Lois Bernstein
Mary Jo Uhlman
Charles Brown
Santina De Falco
Robert Allen Barbara Amsden
Sally Jo Bose
Gretchen Bush
Rachel Carroll
Peggy Clapp
Dr. Richard Cockrell
Dianne Conway
Greg Gilbert
Edward Grogan
President
Vice President
Treasurer
Secretary
Past President
Peter Hendrick
Margo Hass Klein
Judd Johnson
Judith Johnson
Sophia Korum Lamont Loo
Perry Moore
Dave Panco
Martha Platzer
Frank Pupo, Jr.
ZOO SOCIETY STAFF
Brynn Blanchard
Christine Roha
Meleea Russell
Holly Nottingham
Paula Kraupa
Brent Mason
Miranda Campbell
Kellie Schumacher
Phil O’Sullivan
Jill Jackson
Kate Hollstrom Carol Southard
Interim Executive Director
Zoobilee Manager
Events Manager
Events Associate
Financial Manager
Corporate Relations Manager
Membership & Marketing Manager
Information Systems Manager
Development Associate
Development Associate
Data Processing Specialist
Membership Sales Supervisor
ZOO MANAGEMENT
Gary Geddes, Director
Zoological & Environmental Education
Division, Metro Parks Tacoma
John Houck, Deputy Director
Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium
METROPOLITAN PARK DISTRICT OF TACOMA
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
Larry Dahl
Aaron Pointer
Victoria Woodards
Ryan Mello
Tim Reid
Jack C. Wilson, Executive Director
presenting sponsor
The Puyallup Tribe
to benefit
Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium
presented by
Point Defiance Zoological Society
in cooperation with
Metropolitan Park District of Tacoma
WELCOME to the 17th Annual Zoobilee! After many years of celebrating Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium and its residents,
Zoobilee has established itself as a one-of-a-kind fundraising
event. The frisky and playful sea otters of Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium lend a paw to the atmosphere of Zoobilee 2007.
Our special otters are Homer and Kanai, survivors of the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill, and Nellie and Abra, rescue otters from New England Aquarium in Massachusetts. This year be frisky as an otter, take in the lively surroundings and know you are
helping make a difference.
“We don’t all have to do everything, we
just have to do something.”
Zoobilee Conservation Efforts
This year Zoobilee is striving to be an environmentally
friendly event. These are the many ways we have ensured this commitment. LeMay Inc. has supplied resources to recycle and dispose of garbage without the use of can liners. Restaurant and beverage vendors have been encouraged to recycle. Green and recyclable materials are being used whenever possible. Leftover consumable food will be given to the Tacoma Rescue Mission.
Thank you for your support of The Zoo Society and Point
Defiance Zoo & Aquarium’s mission!
Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium
Conservation Efforts
Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium is proud to participate in a number of wildlife conservation projects in the United States and around the globe. Most of these efforts are directly tied to the animals represented at PDZA. With its Pacific Rim theme,
Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium concentrates on animals
from countries bordering the Pacific Ocean.
This year PDZA has allocated nearly $100,000 in funding to a variety of conservation projects here and overseas. The
money comes from private donations raised through the Point Defiance Zoo Society and the Point Defiance AAZK (American Association of Zoo Keepers) Chapter. Areas supported are the Thailand Clouded Leopard Consortium, Marshall Islands
Conservation Action Partnership, the Zoo & Aquarium
Alliance, and The Sumatran Tiger Conservation Program just to name a few areas that benefit from the generosity of donations.
You can help by visiting pdza.org for more information.
DONATIONS
The net proceeds from Zoobilee help fund conservation and
education as well as the special needs of Point Defiance Zoo
& Aquarium. Projects supported since Zoobilee’s inception
have included new exhibits, animal husbandry and care, backup
animal care facilities, educational programs, interpretive
graphics and scientific research equipment.
INFORMATION / EMERGENCY BOOTH
Staff in the Zoovenirs tent, located in front of the Gift Shop, can provide information and assistance. In case of emergency,
friends and family can call 253.591.5368 to leave a message.
You may pick up emergency messages at the Zoovenirs tent.
First Aid assistance is available at Security Headquarters
located in the Administration Building, or locate an Area
Supervisor to radio for support.
COAT CHECK
A complimentary coat check is located just inside the Zoobilee entrance for personal clothing items and Zoovenir purchases.
Checked items will not be returned without a claim ticket.
Items not picked up may be claimed at the Zoo’s lost and found department at the front gate after July 23. The Zoo Society is
not responsible for lost or unclaimed items.
DESIGNATED SMOKING AREA
Zoobilee hosts a designated smoking lounge in the Shark
Lounge below the Aquarium. As a courtesy to all of our guests, please smoke only in the designated area. Those choosing to smoke outside of these areas may be asked to leave Zoo grounds.
IDENTIFICATION
In order to be served by our restaurant and beverage vendors,
guests must visibly wear the I.D. stamp received at the entrance gate. This is a 21 and over event. Guests must carry proof of age.
PATRON GATE- 7:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Patron guests may enter through a designated entrance. Patron
guests will be able to mingle in the silent auction, ride the carousel and experience Johnny Love Vodka at the ice bar before the gates officially open at 7:30 p.m. Patron guests who come
for the patron preview party (7:00 – 7:30 p.m.) will receive a special gift and a treat from Little Rae’s Bakery.
We would like to extend a sincere thank you to our corporate partners. Zoobilee would not be the possible without their support through cash or in-kind sponsorship.
Please let the corporate sponsors know how much you appreciate their support of this spectacular event.
We regret any omission of any sponsorship received after June 20, 2007.
THE PRIDE $50,000 LEVEL
THE COLONY $30,000 LEVEL
THE HERD $20,000 LEVEL
THE FLOCK $10,000 – $15,000 LEVEL
THE POD $5,000 LEVEL
THE PACK $1,500 – $3,000 LEVEL
A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO…
Alaska Airlines
Cole Screen Print Inc.
Fred Meyer
Weyerhaeuser Company supports Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium and The Zoo Society’s efforts to be greenfriendly by underwriting recycling efforts at Zoobilee.
Gordan Thomas Honeywell
immedia
Jim Reuter Photography
John Evans Company
Lease Crutcher Lewis
Macy’s
We would like to thank Dex for their donation of the
volunteer T-shirts.
VOLUNTEERS
Zoobilee is built on the work and talents of over 300
volunteers. Their hundreds of hours of hard work and
enthusiasm are truly appreciated. THANK YOU!
dance heads
Rental Service Corporation
Rodda Paint Co.
Star Rentals Inc.
Tacoma Moving & Storage
Top Hat Formal Wear
Totem Ocean Trailer Express
Windmill Gardens
Woodworth & Co.
A new captivating and innovative party entertainment is taking the U.S. by storm. DANCE HEADS will keep guests of all ages entertained and coming back for more! Not just lip-synching, not just karaoke. DANCE HEADS superimposes
participants’ heads on professional dancers’ bodies while they sing along to some of the greatest pop hits of all time. The outrageous effect is completed with fully animated
backgrounds. Monitors allow viewers to watch participants
become singing, dancing stars! It’s hilarious, mesmerizing,
and fun-filled entertainment for everyone! DVDs of your rock
star performance are available for $10 each.
The committee would like to extend a special thank you to the following participants for their generous donations of splendid food and beverages, but most of all, their dedicated service. We urge you to patronize these special friends after Zoobilee. Let them know how much you appreciate their participation in the event.
The number (#) corresponds to map location, shown on the center pages. Booth locations are subject to change.
21 Commerce Restaurant & Martini Bar (#34)
Serving delicious chicken skewers & crostini.
ALICE WHITE & MONKEY BAY WINERY (#36)
Alice White Wines – Rich and delicious wines that capture the spirit of Australia and its people.
Monkey Bay Wines – Serving wines that are full of fun and
character, just waiting to come out and play!
ASADO & MASA (#18)
Steak & Prawn Skewers – A mouth watering summer favorite!
AZTECA MEXICAN RESTAURANT (#44)
Chicken Fajita Tacos - Azteca’s delectable tacos served in a
tortilla with chicken, lettuce, cheese and pico de gallo.
CANS (#16) Tacoma’s finest dive is proud to present mini Coors Light cans!
CHEVY’S FRESH MEX (#21)
Pork Tamales – Taste our famous Pork Tamales with meat sauce.
CHOPSTIX (#2)
TBD
COCKSPUR FINE RUMS (#50)
Cockspur 12 Rum – Aged golden rum from Barbados.
Cockspur Fine Rum – Bajan crafted rum.
Pendleton Canadian Whisky – A super-premium blended
Canadian Whisky.
COSTCO TACOMA #095 (#52)
Delicious pound cake dessert served with berries and
whipped cream. Yummm!
COVEY RUN WINERY (#47)
Lovingly hand-crafted wines from grapes selected from the
best vineyards in the Columbia and Yakima valleys.
DESERT WIND WINERY (#27)
Enjoy the taste of luxurious, carefully crafted wines from
this family-owned winery.
DOMBROWSKI CATERING (#31, #32)
Beef Tenderloin Medallions – Canapés with shallot balsamic
reduction glaze and topped with gorgonzola. Grilled Asparagus Spears – Served with a touch of lemon
thyme beurre blanc.
Mediterranean Cous Cous – Pearl cous cous, finely diced
vegetables, fresh herbs and citrus juice.
Gourmet Chocolate Cups – Filled with white chocolate
pistachio mousse or cappuccino mousse.
DUKE’S CHOWDER HOUSE (#22)
Duke’s Clam Chowder – “Just the way you like it!”
EL GAUCHO & SEAGRILL (#8)
Smoked Sturgeon Mousse - on Croquettini.
Absolut Pear – An Absolut Breezy Pear cocktail.
EMERALD QUEEN CASINO (#54, #55)
Mouth watering Asian BBQ pork ribs along with EQC lemon garlic shrimp skewers. Delicious cocktails with orange and apple vodkas. EUROPA BISTRO (#45)
Spiedini Di Gamberi con Salsa Tropicale – Grilled shrimp
skewers on a refreshing summer salsa.
FARMER BROTHERS COFFEE (#29)
Assorted Coffees – Organic French Roast, Full City Roast, and Breakfast Blend.
Assorted Teas – Flavored herbal teas.
FUTURE BRANDS (#19)
Starbucks Coffee Liqueur - Made with the finest spirits and
premium Starbucks® House Blend blended to perfection.
Starbucks Cream Liqueur – An artful blend of delicious
cream, premium spirits and a hint of Starbucks coffee.
Absolut Vanilia - A rich, robust and complex taste of vanilla
with notes of butterscotch and hints of dark chocolate.
Cruzan Rum – Full bodied, mellow rum.
THE GAMBRINUS COMPANY (#3)
Bridgeport Haymaker Extra Pale Ale - a refreshing, extra
pale ale that is simply sunshine in a bottle!
Trumer Pils – A crisp, clean and well-rounded taste.
GLACEAU VITAMIN WATER, SMART WATER &
VITAMIN ENERGY (#33)
Vitamin Water - All the essentials your body needs without
the sugar or calories.
Smart Water – The next generation sports drink – Smart
Water is just that: smart!
Vitamin Energy – A natural energy drink with no artificial
sweeteners, colors or f lavors. Naturally, we think you will be impressed. GOOD FELLA’S STEAKHOUSE (#48)
Grilled Caribbean Chicken with Mango-Cilantro Salsa – Tender Island marinated chicken, f lame broiled and served
over our freshly made mango-cilantro salsa.
GOSLINGS BLACK SEAL RUM (#23)
Goslings Rum Dark & Stormy – Bermuda’s national drink
made with Gosling’s Black Seal Rum and Ginger Beer. A perfect blend!
HARMON BREWING COMPANY (#30)
Harmon Sliders – Our famous “Harmongous” burger in
snack form with bacon, tomato, cheese and our secret sauce.
Harmon Otterberry Wheat – An American style wheat beer
made with 126 lbs. of marionberry puree with a light body
and an ABV of 4.4%. This brew is truly a frisky f lavor!
HOOD RIVER DISTILLERS (#26)
Broker’s London Dry Gin – Super premium London dry gin.
Spudka – America’s first potato vodka.
IL FIASCO (#42)
Wild Mushroom Ravioli – Crimini mushrooms in a brandy
cream sauce served with porcini. Joeseppi’s (#28)
Tiramisu – Joeseppi’s famous Italian dessert made with
layered cake soaked with rum, brandy and espresso. KAHLUA COFFEE LIQUEUR (#9)
Kahlua, Kahlua Hazelnut & Kahlua French Vanilla White
Russian – Classic Kahlua White Russian or create a new
favorite with two new Kahlua f lavors!
KATIE DOWNS WATERFRONT TAVERN & EATERY (#20)
Katie Downs’ famous deep dish pizza.
Mac & Jack’s Brewing Company (#38)
Mac & Jack’s African Amber Ale and Serengeti Wheat Ale – Handcrafted ales brewed locally in Redmond, Washington.
Mama Stortini’s (#4)
Sautéed Shrimp Scampi – served with Florentine ravioli in garlic, white wine butter sauce.
Traditional tiramisu topped with chocolate sauce.
THE MELTING POT (#25)
Milk, White, or Dark Chocolate Fondue – Served with
strawberries, pound cake, brownies and marshmallows.
PACIFIC GRILL (#49)
Drunken Lemon Pound Cake – A delightful dessert served
with fresh seasonal fruit macerated in NAVAN liqueur,
a fusion of natural black vanilla from Madagascar and
refined French cognacs from the House of Grand Marnier.
PADDY COYNE’S IRISH PUB (#43)
Paddy Coyne’s Irish Whiskey Praline Ice Cream – Produced just for Paddy Coyne’s by Olympic Mount Ice Creamery.
PATRON REPOSADO TEQUILA & PATRON XO
CAFÉ COFFEE LIQUEUR (#17)
Patron Reposado Tequila – Patron Margaritas.
Patron XO Café Coffee Liqueur – Patron XO Café on the rocks.
PEARL VODKA, PEARL POMEGRANATE VODKA
& ARROW POMEGRANITE LIQUEUR (#35)
Pomegranate Martinis – PomTinis!
Pearl Vodka & Cranberry Juice – Cape Cod cocktails.
RACHA THAI CUISINE (#14)
Grilled Chicken & Thai Curry Sauce.
RAVENOUS RESTAURANT / UNIQUE WINES (#11, #12)
Ravenous Signature Chocolate Torte – Rich chocolate
Grenache on an Oreo crust.
Perfectly matched wine by Unique Wines.
SALTY’S AT REDONDO (#13)
Salty’s Signature Seafood Chowder – A medley of scallops,
clams, bay shrimp and bacon.
SKAGIT RIVER BREWERY (#53)
Washington Wheat Ale - A light ale with a hint of orange peel.
Scullers IPA – A big India Pale Ale full of f lavor hops and
malt. We double dog dare you!
SOUTHERN KITCHEN (#37)
Peach Cobbler – Scrumptious homemade cobbler.
Strawberry lemonade – A refreshing taste of the South.
STADIUM BISTRO (#51)
Tomato Bisque & Grilled Cheese Sandwiches – Creamy tomato soup made from fresh tomatoes, cream and herbs accompanied
by a grilled sandwich of aged cheese on artisan bread.
STANLEY & SEAFORTS (#6)
Tenderloin medallion with spiked tomato relish. Mixed
green salad served with maple vinaigrette.
STEAMERS SEAFOOD CAFÉ (#39)
Clam Chowder – Try a cup of Steamers award winning clam chowder!
THE TASTE OF THE WILD CATERING (#41)
Arugula wrapped in prosciutto. Antipasti platters.
TOASTED HEAD WINERY (#6)
Toasted Head showcases the best fruit in their wines,
creating bright fruit f lavors and approachable tannins.
VARSITY GRILL (#15)
Varsity Sliders – Mini burgers grilled and served with
cheddar cheese, lettuce, Thousand Island dressing and a side of coleslaw.
VIN GROTTO (#5)
Vin Grotto House Salad - Mixed field greens, sliced grapes, blue cheese and caramelized nuts tossed in a balsamic vinaigrette.
WARTHOG BARBEQUE PIT (#24)
Slow Smoked Chicken Sandwiches.
WILD ROCK & CAPOSALDO WINERY (#40)
Wild Rock Wines - Wines that represent the best flavours of New Zealand.
Caposaldo Wines - Producing some of the finest Italian wines.
X RATED LIQUEUR, IDOL VODKA AND MARIE
BRIZARD WATERMELON LIQUEUR (#46)
X Rated Liqueur – Served on the rocks.
Idol Vodka & Marie Brizard Watermelon Liqueur – Cantaloupe martinis.
DINING DELIGHTS
1
Johnny Love Vodka
2
Chopstix
3
The Gambrinus Company
4
Mama Stortini’s Ristorante
5
Vin Grotto
6
Stanley & Seafort’s
7
Columbia Distributors - Toasted Head Winery
8
El Gaucho Tacoma & The Sea Grill
9
Kahlua Coffee Liqueur
10
Sweet Treats & Designs
11
Ravenous Restaurant
12
Unique Wine
13
Salty’s At Redondo
14
Racha Thai Cuisine
15
Varsity Grill
16
CANS
17
Chevy’s Fresh Mex
18
Asado / Masa
19
Future Brands
20
Katie Downs Waterfront Tavern & Eatery
21
Patron Reposado Tequila & Patron Xo Cafe Coffee Liqueur
22
Warthog Barbeque Pit & Catering Company
23
Goslings Black Seal Rum
24
Dukes Chowder House
25
The Melting Pot
26
Hood River Distillers
27
Columbia Distributors - Desert Wind Winery
28
Joeseppi’s
29
Farmer Brothers Coffee
30
Harmon Brewing Company
31
Dombrowski Catering
32
Dombrowski Catering
33
Glaceau Vitamin, Smart Water & Vitamin Energy
34
21 Commerce Restaurant & Martini Bar
35
Pearl Vodka & Arrow Pomegranite Liqueur
36
Columbia Distributors - Alice White & Monkey Bay Winery
37
Southern Kitchen
38
Mac & Jack’s Brewing Co.
39
Steamers Seafood Cafe
40
Columbia Distributors - Wild Rock & Caposaldo Winery
41
The Taste of the Wild Catering
42
Il Fiasco
43
Paddy Coyne’s Irish Pub
44
Azteca Mexican Restaurant
45
Europa Bistro
46
X-Rated Liqueur & Idol Vodka
FOOD & BEVERAGE
WORKER'S
47
Columbia Distributors - ENTRANCE
Covey Run Winery
48
Good Fella’s Steakhouse
GATE 7
VOLUNTEERíS
ENTRANCE
49
Pacific Grill
50
Cockspur Fine Rums
51
Stadium Bistro
52
Costco Tacoma #95
53
Skagit River Brewery
54 & 55 Emerald Queen Casino
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Stages of Entertainment
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Gifts Galore
Silent Auction Extravaganza
Information Station / Raffle Tickets
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Restrooms
No Access Beyond
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REFRIGERATION
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NEW KIDíS
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SPONSOR PAVILIONS
A The Boeing Company
B Simpson Tacoma Kraft C BCRA
Metropolitan Development Group
Rainier Pacific Bank
D Puyallup Tribe of Indians
E America’s Credit Union
Merit Company
Weyerhaueser Company
Associated Petroleum
F AA Party Rentals
Business Examiner
Rusty George Creative
G IBEW Local 76
Genlyte Controls
Western Equipment Distributers Inc.
H Bratrud Middleton Insurance
Chihuly Studios
The News Tribune
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NW Cascade Inc.
Pierce County Community Newspaper Group
Sumner Tractor & Equipment Co.
Sunbelt Rentals
Dwyer, Pemberton & Coulsen
Lemay Enterprises, Inc.
Murray Pacific Corporation
Cascade Print Media
Clear Channel Outdoor
Dex
R-4 Printing
Ben Bridge Jewelers
KBTC Public Television
Miller Photography Studio
Venture Bank
South Sound Magazine
New this year at zoobilee auctions!
ZOOBILEE ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE
The Zoo Society would like to thank Rainier Pacific Bank
for volunteering as our event auction bankers.
ENTRANCE & CAROUSEL
6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Cambalache Salsa
SILENT AUCTION IN THE GLOBE PLAZA
MAIN STAGE
Closes at 10:00 p.m.
9:30 p.m.
Welcome
Here you will find an array of unique and one-of-a-kind items to bid on. Some items include:
9:45 to 11:30 p.m.
The Beatniks
11:30 to 11:45 p.m.
Raff le Winners Drawn
• Shaun Alexander signed & framed Seahawks Jersey
11:50 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.
The Beatniks
• Raymond Weil men’s watch
SEABED LOUNGE STAGE
7:30 p.m. to Midnight
Orchestra L’Pow
• Truly one-of-a- kind copper sinks
• Once-in-a-lifetime Goodyear Blimp ride
• And much, much more!
Bidding closes at 10:00 p.m. and the bank closes at 11:30 p.m. Items must be picked up by midnight. All unclaimed items
can be picked up after July 23.
ZOOBILEE SHOPPING
Mementos has all the blinking bling you’ll need for a night
of frisky festive fun! Items include light-up boas, f lashing
and glowing martini glasses and an otterly adorable stuffed
animal celebrating Zoobilee 2007. Stroll the Zoo grounds
and enjoy multiple food samples on one plate. While supplies last, you might consider pre-purchasing items from our
roaming raff le ticket sellers at the entry.
As well, check out our new environmentally friendly plastic
party plate with beverage holder!
BAMBOO LOUNGE STAGE
8:00 to 11:30 p.m.
Billy Mac’s Dueling Piano Show
SHARKS LOUNGE STAGE
8:00 p.m. to Midnight
Darren Motamedy Band
RED WOLF DEN STAGE
8:00 to 11:30 p.m.
$5 Fine
ZOOBILEE PHOTOS
Capture the memories vividly with a variety of photo opportunities. Visit www.millerphotographystudio.com after
the festivities to order your one free photo and purchase any
other favorites! A portion of each sale will be donated back to The Zoo Society.
TIME
LOCATION
7:00 - 10:00 p.m. #1 Plaza Café
7:30 - 9:00 p.m. #2 Asia TYPE OF PHOTO
Keepsake Photo
(starting at $20/package)
Photo with a Zoo Animal
7:30 - 10:00 p.m. #3 Sharks Lounge Otter on the rocks
7:30 - 10:00 p.m. #4 Main Stage
Wild side!
the sea otter
Male sea otters on average are four to five feet long, including the tail. An adult male may weigh up to 100 pounds,
with the average weight being 70-75 pounds. The average
female is four feet long, weighs between 50-55 pounds, but may
reach 75 pounds. Otters are graceful and playful in the water
but somewhat awkward on land.
Sea otters are social animals. They live in groups called rafts,
ranging from a few dozen to over 100. Rafts are sexually
segregated. They spend most of their day grooming their
fur to keep it waterproof or searching for food. Their high
metabolic rate helps keep them warm in cold water.
Habitat
Sea otters inhabit rocky coastal areas near points of land where
some areas are protected from wind and waves. Although
they prefer kelp beds, these are not essential. Northern sea
otters are found in the shallow waters off Alaska and the
Aleutian Islands, the Commander Islands, the northwestern
coast of Vancouver Island, and Washington State.
Food
The sea otter primarily eats fish, sea urchins, crabs and
molluscs such as clams, mussels, snails, squid, octopus and
abalone. Sea otters use tools in feeding. They will hold a rock on
their chest and beat a shell against it until the shell breaks open.
Miscellaneous/Special Interest
• Sea otter fur is the densest of any mammal. Air bubbles
trapped in the animal’s undercoat prevent skin/water contact.
The natural oils in an otter’s fur also help repel water.
• At the surface, sea otters float on their back. Alternating
their hind flippers up and down or sculling with their tail
and/or flippers accomplishes movement. At the surface, sea
otters can average approximately 0.5-1.5 mph; underwater
they average 1.9 to 2.5 mph with bursts of up to 5.6 mph.
presents
at Point Defiance
Zoo & Aquarium
Happy Feet
Friday, August 3rd
Racing Stripes
Friday, August 10th
Over the Hedge
Friday, August 17th
Charlie & The
Chocolate Factory
Friday, August 24th
Doors open at 7 pm. Movies begin at dusk.
s
Presentation
Zookeeper
counters
& Animal En
Show!
Before Every
Sponsored by
Donations
Welcome!
for more information
call 253.404.3657 or visit pdza.org
Designed by Rusty George Creative
Thank you to the following Patron purchasers for their contribution.
We regret any omission of Patron ticket holders after June 20, 2007.
patron ticket holders
Jo McLaren & Chuck Kelly
John & June Mercer
Kristine Alskog Hochberg
Deborah Mihali
Charles A. Artz
Jane Milhans
Blackstone’s Collision, Inc
Maureen Mooney
Lois Bernstein & Will Vargish
MRF Construction, Inc.
Richard Boskovich
Jack & Cheryl Nevin
Donna Bredahl
Angela Nist
Dan & Susan Brinkman
Robert Osborne
Robert & Aileen Carrell
Michael Otani
Dr. Richard & Keriann Cockrell
Jeff & Debra Pape
Michael & Barbara Comte
Nancy Quinn
Dave Corry
Raceways Technology Manufacturing, Inc.
Cynthia Darland
Fred & Anne Roberson
Don & Brenda Davis
Jerry & Mary Roper-Witt
Santina De Falco
Henry Schatz
Kevin & Katie Flannigan
Schiro Financial, Inc.
Teresa Gauthier
Frank & Mary Senecal
Jeff Graham
Sprague Pest Solutions
Richard & Susan Gray
Stephens Enterprises, Inc.
Great Car Wash
Scott & Pat Stephenson
Ed & Kathy Grogan
Mary Sudar
Nicholas & Lisa Hamill
Summit Financial Group
Jonathan & Jessica Hurst
Robert & Hanne Syrovatka
Erik & Mary Beth Hynes
Tacoma Window Company Inc.
Gordon & Lou Klatt
UBS Financial Services
Ron & Margo Klein
George & Marie Weis
Ralph Klose
Donald Lacky
ZOOBILEE 2008 TICKETS
Law Offices of Ben F. Barcus & Assoc. PLLC
Zoobilee tickets make fantastic holiday gifts! Call 253.404.3664 for information.
Carol MacKinnon & William Broadhead
Harlan & Cathy McCord
Michael & Laura McKean
Zoobilee raffles
The coveted Zoobilee raff le ticket can be yours with a $10
donation. Your ticket enters you into a drawing for the following
prizes and special discounts at participating restaurants. Diamond Necklace 14K
An enchanting white gold multi-diamond necklace that will
be appreciated by anyone. The unique shapes and style of this
necklace will highlight any neckline. Made in Italy.
Donated by: Ben Bridge Jewelers
Value:
$3,200
3-day 2-night San Diego Zoo & Wild
Animal Park Tour
Get away to sunny San Diego on Alaska Airlines for two, to visit San Diego Zoo and The Wild Animal Park. At The
Wild Animal Park you will get a close-up view of a variety of animals on the Photo Caravan Tour. Relax with two nights at
the luxurious Marriott in downtown San Diego.
Donated by: Alaska Airlines, Tina De Falco
and Marriott Hotels & Resort
Value:
$2,540
Northwest Zoos & Aquariums Tour
A chance to tour the gems of the Pacific Northwest! A collection
of zoos and aquariums for you to visit throughout the year!
Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium – Lunch & Behind the
Scenes tour of your choice for four.
Seattle Aquarium – Otter-filled basket, six admission passes,
and behind the scenes tour.
Oregon Zoo – Overnight stay in Portland and four Zoo
admission tickets.
Donated by:
Value:
Marriott Hotels & Resort, Oregon Zoo, Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium, Seattle Aquarium and The Zoo Society
$1,050
The following restaurants offer special discounts with your raff le ticket: Cans
Harmon Brewery & Restaurant
Racha Thai Cuisine
Ravenous Restaurant
Salty’s At Redondo
Steamers Seafood Café Varsity Grill
We would like to extend
a very special thank
you to those of you who
made Fashion Tea so
successful this year!
The dedication and commitment of the 2007 Zoobilee Steering Committee and volunteers have made this event possible. These talented community leaders have donated hundreds of hours of their time and talents. Thank you!
2007 Event Co-Chairs– Sandra Steffany Stark & Frank Stark
Décor
Design
Rebecca James
Rusty George Creative
Entertainment
Randy Foley
Logistics
Tracy Oden
Restaurant & Beverage Patrick Nagle & Jordan Snyder
Risk Management
Silent Auction
Melody Kanter & Judd Johnson
Sean Peterson, Carolyn Middleton
& Rachelle Keenan
Staging Foreman
Mementos & Raffle
Photography
Tamara Bolton,
Ruth Anne Behunin & Jill Kenly
Leona Lisa
Rick Olson
Volunteers
Stacey Luhring
Zoo Society Board Liaison
Judd Johnson
PAST EVENT CHAIRS
2006
Pat Nagle & Jordan Snyder
1998
Tom & Judy Hosea
2005
Pat & Barb Van Haren
1997
Roger & Kay Ottenbach
2004
Tom & Roberta Valentine
1996
Marv & Carolyn Shain
2003
Chuck & Sue Hellar
1995
Bill & Pati Lynn
2002
John & Sara Long
1994
Curt & Maureen Hammond
2001
Robert & Kathy Bethke
1993
Dr. Mike Jones & Mary Byer-Jones
2000
Michael Hansch
1992
Karl & Christine Anderson
1999
Ray & Marilyn Tennison
1991
Jim & Claudia Merritt
2008 EVENT co-CHAIRS
Jeff & Stephanie Brown

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