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Sign at Rodriguez Annex of Jefferson County Library.


Nicole Wilkins of Chimps Inc. gives a presentation to a Biology class at Madras High School.


Nicole Wilkins of Chimps Inc. gives a presentation to a Biology class at Madras High School.


Diane Hammond, author of “Hannah’s Dream,” discusses Keiko, the killer whale, with Advanced Biology and Advanced Ag classes at Madras High School.

Diane Hammond discusses Keiko, the killer whale, with Advanced Biology and Advanced Ag classes at Madras High School.

Diane Hammond and her husband, Nolan Harvey, explain how to train a killer whale with Advanced Biology and Advanced Ag classes at Madras High School.

Diane Hammond and her husband, Nolan Harvey, tell stories about Keiko the killer whale to Advanced Biology and Advanced Ag classes at Madras High School

Diane Hammond leads a Writer’s Workshop with selected English students at Madras High School.

Diane Hammond leads a Writer’s Workshop with selected English students at Madras High School.

Posters and materials about chimpanzees and Chimps Inc. on display at Rodriguez Annex of Jefferson County Library.

Paula Muellner, Lesley Day and Nicole Wilkins of Chimps Inc. pose with Ruth Ann Hopps before the Friday night program.

Lesley Day, founder and president of Chimps Inc., relates the beginnings of Chimps Inc.

Topo, Patti and Herbie, three of the resident chimpanzees at Chimps Inc.

Nicole Wilkins, Program Coordinator, describes the daily life at Chimps Inc. and the need for such sanctuaries.

Paula Muellner, Executive Director of Chimps Inc., answers questions from the audience.

Vic Wagner visits with Paula, Lesley and Nicole after the program.

Sal Sahme and Carol Alison listen to Diane Hammond’s presentation at the Saturday morning Writer’s Workshop.

Kristine Patrick, Anne Magnus, Melinda Turek, Allison Turek and Kim Schmith at Writer’s Workshop in the basement of the Rodriguez Annex of the Jefferson County Library.

Jill Plant, Emily Plant and Karen Lee at the Writer’s Workshop.

Maralee Gerke, Glennis Fellas, Jodie Eagan and Kristine Patrick take notes during the Writer’s Workshop.

“Hannah’s Dream” sign welcomes guests at the Rodriguez Annex.

Two participants looking at the posters containing information about elephants, killer whales and chimpanzees before the Saturday night program.

Nolan Harvey and Diane Hammond before the Saturday night program begins.

Diane Hammond relates how her work with Keiko the killer whale informs her book about Hannah the Asian elephant.

Audience at Saturday night presentation.

Diane Hammond.

Audience at Saturday night presentation.

Diane Hammond and Ruth Ann Hopps after Saturday nights program.
   

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