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The Philadelphia Zoo, America's first zoo, is now one of the first zoos in the country to have an automated external defibrillator (AED) on site. Thanks to the members of the former Olivet-Oriental Lodge No. 385, Philadelphia, now Concordia Lodge No. 67, Jenkintown, the Philadelphia Zoo is a safer environment for human guests and their employees.

The presentation took place in front of the animals with the biggest hearts in the Zoo, the elephants (each heart weighing-in at about 50 lbs.). Four local television news stations covered the presentation of the small life saving device as Dale H. Fera, D.D.G.M., Masonic District E (right), and Bro. Robert H. Pile, Jr., P.M. (center), Olivet-Oriental Lodge No. 385, handed over the AED to Ray Viscusi (left), Director of Safety, Philadelphia Zoo.

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