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(Wolf Staff with some Wolf “Good Kids” enjoying some one on one experiences with Dallas Zoo animals and handlers)
Two great reasons to visit the Dallas Zoo this weekend,
- NO Rain!
- The Dallas Zoo is helping families get “Back in the Swing of Things” with its school supplies drive on Aug. 18 and 19. Guests who bring in a new, unused backpack (or other school supplies) will score a Family Four-Pack of tickets, which includes two adult and two children’s admission tickets for just $20. (A savings of $34 off of regular admission.)
The Dallas Zoo will donate the backpacks to two South Dallas schools – Harrell Budd Elementary School and Felix G. Botello Elementary School. Items will be collected at the zoo’s front entrance.
Also, if you’re around Labor Day Weekend, the Dallas Zoo will be awarding 3 lucky families on EACH day (9-1 through 9-3) with a lifetime membership to the zoo for a family of four. The families will be chosen at random at the ticket booths through a “golden ticket-style” giveaway.
~The Wake Up With the Wolf Show
If you take thyroid medicine, two different medications have been recalled, it’s a voluntary recall by the FDA for two made by a Chinese manufacturer because of potential problems with an ingredient. Click the story for the names of the medications, the dosages affected, and the advice from the FDA regarding continuing use.
Hoping to “grade” schools on a broader spectrum of work, not just test scores from one day of testing, the area has a new system to grade our school’s performance.
Good info if you want to know how your school is doing!
Right after they finished taking the wedding photographs, they were notified the caterer screwed up and had the date for their wedding down as the FOLLOWING weekend, so what’s a couple to do on their wedding day with 150 guests to feed? Go next door to the restaurant and cry for help, literally! Thanks to the incredible staff OF that restaurant, the wedding dinner went off without a “hitch”!
Guy Playing a Game on the Subway Shares His Phone to a Curious Little Boy, and It’s So Cute
Tatiyana Davis was riding a New York City subway recently when she saw a subtle act of kindness that is melting hearts around the world.
Like many commuters, a man was playing a game on his phone when he noticed that a young boy was looking over his shoulder to see the game he was playing. After the boy said something to the man, he apparently messed up and the pair shared a look. What happens next is so sweet, the man handed the boy his phone so that he could give it a try.
Tatiyana’s caption sums it up appropriately, “What I witnessed today on the train. I almost cried y’all”
Inspired to help others by his mother’s breast cancer diagnosis, a Mansfield teen has given a record 8 gallons of blood to save 200 lives already!
A teacher battling cancer ran out of sick days. School employees showered him with theirs.
But this bride and groom got a whole lot MORE luck than they bargained for!
Police Video Shows a Daring Mission to Save Dozens of Shelter Animals From Wildfires
…maybe you wanna see her when she comes to town next year? She’ll hit the American Airlines Center with Maddie and Tae and Runaway June, and the tickets will go on sale this Friday…but you can win them before you can buy them to see Carrie Underwood all week long just by listening to the Wolf!
~The Wake Up With the Wolf Show
It was just an ordinary day in Cleveland at an Indians game….until one young man got a chance to win a prize if he picked the right suitcase, luckily he got some help from his dad who was deployed.
Family returns from Carr Fire evacuation to find Grant the fish happy and well-fed
After a father informed his daughter that her fish was likely dead, both were in for quite a shock when they returned home to a well-fed fish! Thanks CAL FIRE Engine 1489 & Corning Police Dept. for ensuring Grant was fed while his owners were evacuated due to the #CarrFire pic.twitter.com/Ole8DoJnpf
— CAL FIRE (@CAL_FIRE) August 11, 2018