OUR MISSION STATEMENT
Open House November 2016
To all who came and enjoyed thank you. We had between 800-1000 individuals. Everyone loved the chili (we ran out), apples, homemade cookies, popcorn, Carmel corn and more.
As with any celebration we had some glitches. The gentleman who was going to do our fire had a very sick dog and could not make it. We understand.
The face painting girls ran late but will be there next year on time as they were one of the hits.
A fantastic donation of “Bradford Plates” came in from an elderly lady who wanted them used to help raise funds and they are beautiful. Many went but there are a few left. Of course they are all animals.
We raised $2700 thanks to all who came and gave, bought and gave more generously. We are very grateful. Licorice the Silver Fox is doing great from her surgery at UW and will be going back out today. The stay was $1500 so we are grateful
It takes a lot of people, time and money to make “Hoo” Haven the Best it can be.
I was told many of you took the River Walk which is beautiful this year and also saw Eli’s Eagle Project. It is a Tracking Area where we can see what comes in for water, food and more. It is beautiful and it is the only one of its kind in our area. Good Job Eli.
See you next year.
Karen, Director, “Hoo” Haven
WE have had 3 Eagles, 6 Great Horned Owls and Hawks brought in the last 8 Days.
Help us feed them, click on the Eagle above and donate to help us cover the feed and Vet bills for the birds and mammals brought in daily.
“Hoo” Haven Open House
Put on your calendar November 6th from 1pm to 4pm.
Come and enjoy chili, cookies and more along with seeing all the wildlife we have and what is going on.
You will hear and see more about this in the upcoming weeks. Pass it on to your friends and relatives; we hope this will be the biggest yet.
Wear your walking shoes and comfortable clothes.
.A Loon taking advantage of Hoo Havens Aquatic Area.
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Here is Calab Benson and his grandfather Charels. Calab did a great job on his Eagle Scout Project. We now have a map of "Hoo" and all the buildings have signs. He and his grandfather did a great job.
He is from Troop 23.