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      FundraiSing event from page 4

        Friends of the zoo, H.E.                          To join the zoo in its conservation efforts and to learn   on 23 lush, tropical acres while discovering hundreds
      Ambassador Meshal and                             more, visit                  of exotic animals. Palm Beach Zoo participates in AZA
      Mrs. Eva Al-Thani; Marie-                         About Palm Beach Zoo And Conservation Society      Species Survival Plan  programs, ensuring healthy animal
      Josée and Henry R. Kravis;                          For more than 50 years, Palm Beach Zoo and       populations for rare and endangered species. The impact
      Alison Holtzschue and                             Conservation Society has provided guests with up-close and   of a visit to Palm Beach Zoo extends beyond the gates,
      Douglas Schloss were also                         personal animal encounters that connect people to wildlife.   inspiring people to take action and save wildlife in wild
      honored for their unwavering                      Palm Beach Zoo guests explore a wild ecosystem thriving   places. For more information, visit
      dedication, generosity and
      support of Palm Beach Zoo
      and Conservation Society.
        During this wild evening,
      guests were also treated to
      Bold Vision,  a short film
      narrated by best-selling
      author James Patterson.
        Jamie Niven conducted  Christopher  and Anne
      the lively live auction, which  Flowers
      included premier exclusive
      packages. Journey to Africa
      guests bid on an African
      safari trip curated by James
      Currie and Simon Gluckman
      of Intrepid Expeditions;                                                   Stephen Myers and Terry   Mei Sze and Jeff Greene  Carla and Terry Taylor
      Gustavo Novoa custom                              Jack and Eileen Connors  Taylor
      art donated by Findlay
      Galleries; a Jamaican fantasy
      luxury golf trip donated by
      Michele Rollins of Rose
      Hall; a sunset cocktail party
      aboard superyacht Kimberlie
      donated by Kimberlie Glaser
      as well as Shannon McCoy
      of Worth Avenue Yachts; a
      private dinner party at the  Maura Ziska Christu, Frank
      zoo for 26 guests donated by  and Laura Baker
      Table 26; rare wine lots from
      1961; and two owners’ tickets to Super Bowl LVII.
        Honorary Chairman Thomas C. Quick engaged the crowd
      with a call to the heart by raising additional donations to                                                                  Stephen  Schwarzman  and
      connect Title One children to hands-on education programs   Lillian and Luis Fernandez  Caroline and Thompson Dean  Sandra and Patrick Rooney Sr. Margo McKnight
      in the zoo’s “outdoor classroom.” Changing lives and saving
      wildlife requires a bold vision and a big plan – and the zoo
      has both.
        Palm  Beach  Zoo  thanks  the  generous  sponsors,
      underwriters and community partners as well as specialty
      cocktail and wine sponsors Maker’s Mark, Sipsmith, Dano’s
      Tequila, Tito’s Handmade Vodka and Beverly Hills Vineyards
      award-winning Super Tuscan wine.
        From Forest Stewardship Council  certified paper that
      protects forests for wildlife like bears to Bird Friendly
      certified coffee served with dessert that preserves habitat for
      wild birds, and B Corporation certified spirit partners, Palm
      Beach Zoo and Conservation Society is living its wildlife-
      saving mission. The goal is to inspire all guests to act on
      behalf of wildlife everywhere with wildlife-protecting actions
      that can lead to big conservation impact.          Sarah Johnson, Holly Johnson Bartlett and Lutes Bartlett  Candace Hamm, Frank Chopin and Carole Moran

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