Trunkline Magazine (Louisville Zoo) Trunkline Magazine: September 2017 | Page 23

VOLUNTEERS Saying Goodbye to Summer Summer Swan Song Summer has come to an end, and what a busy season it was! Thanks to the following “flocks” of volunteers who did a fabulous job assisting our horticulture depart- ment with the setup of our wildly popular Butterflies n’ Blooms exhibit: Humana Medicare EDI, Humana PPI, and Nielsen Ratings. We couldn’t make it through without you! A shout out to our 230 plus sum- mer teen volunteers. These kids did an exemplary job assisting with day camp, animal areas, preparing diets for animals and more throughout the summer season. Good luck to each and every one of you during the 2017 – 18 school year. Congrats to our teens headed for more ad- venture in the world of college! Left to right: Gloria Adkins (30 years), Volunteer Coordinator Diane Taylor (40 years), and Sue Voyles (30 years) A Stand-up Pair The Louisville Zoo would like to take a moment to recognize two of its longest standing volunteers: Gloria Adkins and Sue Voyles. Each has been helping out at the Zoo for 30 years. WOW! Gloria Adkins has donated a total of 6620 hours to the Zoo, many of those with the raptor program. Sue Voyles has donated over 5350 hours of her time including assisting with school outreaches and early childhood programs. Thank you very much for your longtime dedication and unwavering support of the Louisville Zoo. As we head into a busy and beautiful autumn season, we sincerely thank all of our precious Louisville Zoo volunteers for your continued service — you are truly the best! Humana Medicare EDI Teams (Left) and Humana PPI (right) help set up the Butterflies n' Blooms exhibit in the Spring. Louisville Zoo Trunkline • Fall 2017 • 23