A Day at Gulf Breeze Zoo
What: We are joining the American Diabetes Association in a regional day camp. The theme of the day is "Endangered Species." This event is taking the place of our weel-long camp, Camp Sunshine. Who: Children with diabetes, ages 6 to 13, and their brothers and sisters from the South Coastal Region of the Gulf Coast. When: Saturday, July 18, 1998. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. The bus will leave promptly at 8:30 a.m. Where: We will meet in the DaPaul center at Providence Hospital, Mobile Alabama, and ride by chartered bus to the Gulf Breeze Zoo in Gulf Breeze, Florida. The bus will bring us back to the DePaul Center that evening at 8:00 p.m. Activities:
- Animal shows: Elephant Show, Reptile Show, Otter Feeding
- Crafts: Painting T-Shirts and Backpacks
- Diabetes Education Sessions
Cost: US$4.00, includes transportation, Zoo admission, morning snack, afternoon snack, lunch, supper, craft items, souvenier cap, medical supplies (insulin and blood testing supplies for the day), and a new blood testing meter to take home.
For More Information
Providence Hospital Diabetes Center
6801 Airport Boulevard
P.O. Box 850429
Mobile, AL 36685
(334) 633-1000 Voice
(334) 639-2070 Fax
Last Updated: Thursday February 05, 2009 17:44:36
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