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Toronto Zoo gets Arnett Art donation

Toronto Zoo gets Arnett Art donation

Fellow WNAG artist Stuart Arnett donates artwork 'Silence' to a great cause. Stuart encourages other fellow artist to donate a piece of art to the 16th Annual ZooDo silent auction to be held by the Toronto Zoo.

The Toronto Zoo Foundation is the funding arm of the Toronto Zoo. The foundation's mandate is to protect endangered species from extinction, to promote conservation, education, and research and to support the Zoo in its effort to provide over 14,000 animals from 462 species with a safe and healthy environment.

The Toronto Zoo foundation and its dedicated volunteers are pleased to announce the 16th Annual ZooDo and silent auction to be held Friday June 13th, 2003. The event will be an exciting and 'wild' evening of fun and frivolity celebrating the opening of our new amphitheater, a place of discovery for kids of all ages. The ZooDo celebration, which attracts over 500 people, will culminate in the Special Events Pavilion with dinner, live entertainment and of course the silent and live auctions.

The Toronto Zoo Foundation would welcome your support in its efforts through a gift to the auction. Tax credits will be issued by the foundation for all donations.

For more information or for tickets please call 416-391-9114.

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