Free Tickets to the Jacksonville Zoo!
by MSTC
Miltary Student Transition Consultant

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Soldiers enrolled in EFMP and their Family Members:

Free tickets to the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens; Free 'Dreamnight at the Zoo' Tickets are available starting Thursday, May 8, 2014, for Families enrolled in EFMP. Available at Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield EFMP
offices. Tickets are limited! First Come First Served!!!

Only 3 TICKETS Per Family.

The mission of 'Dreamnight at the Zoo' is to offer a cost-free evening at the Zoo for children with special health care needs and/or disabilities and
their immediate family members.

Our organization (EFMP) has been invite to participate in this memorable event! 2014 marks the seventh year that the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens has partnered with 'Dreamnight at the Zoo' to offer this exclusive evening.During this event, children and their families will experience carousel
rides, train rides, animal encounters, giraffe feeding, talks from Zoo Keepers, prize drawings, visits from Jazoo, music and entertainment, and food and drinks-all for free!

Event: 'Dreamnight at the Zoo' will be held on Friday, June 6, 2014, from 6- 9 p.m.

Location: Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens

Address: 370 Jacksonville Zoo Parkway, Jacksonville, FL 32218

Admissions: FREE FOR TICKETS HOLDER. Every person must have a ticket to
attend the event.

PLEASE READ THROUGHLY:

1The tickets will be distributed on a 'First Come First Served' basis

2.Tickets are limited to three invitations per EFMP family. The tickets allow each individual of the child's immediate family (those living in the same household) to attend the event. Every person must have a ticket to attend the event.

3.Tickets have to be picked-up in person at either EFMP location Fort Stewart (Bldg 86, 201 Lindquist Road) or Hunter Airfield (Bldg 1286, 171
Haley Ave).

For additional information contact any of the ACS EFMP offices (FSGA 912-767-5058 or HAAF 912-315-6816)


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