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On June 4, Zoo Idaho will be helping to say thanks to those who serve.
That Saturday, the zoo is hosting the “Eighth Annual Military Family Appreciation Day” and offering free admission to the zoo to all those who are currently serving or have served in the United States Armed Forces and their families. From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., the honored guests and their loved ones can receive free admission to the zoo, lunch, and enjoy family friendly activities. The event is sponsored by the Idaho State Military Division Family Programs and partner organizations, American Legion, Farm Bureau, and Veterans of Foreign Wars.
“It’s because of the service of some that we all get to enjoy the freedoms we do,” said Peter Pruett, Zoo Superintendent. “By helping host this event, it allows us to express a small token of our gratitude to those who have sacrificed for our community and country as a whole.”
Current and former members of the military will need to show proof of service such as a military identification card to receive free admission.
For more information on Zoo Idaho, visit zooidaho.org.