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August 29, 2003

Albany-- You can check out elephants, bears, and other animals for free this weekend.

Saturday is customer appreciation day at Chehaw Park, and admission is free to the zoo.

Park Director Glenn Dobrogosz says, "Tomorrow is an exciting one because it is the first public viewing of our baby bears Rosie and Theo, they will be on exhibit and from our test yesterday they will be absolutely wonderful to watch. They are just roaming and wandering and rolling and tumbling and I think it will be a big hit tomorrow."

You will still have to pay the entrance fee to the park, that's $1.00 for kids, $2.00 for adults.

Posted at 5:48 p.m. by melissa.kill@walb.com