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Two types of friend memberships are available to best meet your personal interest and skills:. Associate Members help Friends of the Park maintain and improve features within Ramsey Park through their membership fees. Join the group in planning fundraising events.
Who We Are
Volunteer your time at fundraising events. River Walk Bench and Planter. Nestled in the zoo area will be opportunities for donations for a brick, planters, benches, or exhibit plaque showing sponsorship of an animal exhibit. Throughout the rest of the park there will be opportunities for picnic tables.
Each item will have the name of your choice on it.
As an example, you could use one of the following to be inscribed in an item of your choice:. Friends of the Park have been aggressively working to raise funds for the zoo renovations and other park projects that started in Methods of fundraising to date are:.
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