Sponsored by Randolph County Mayors Committee for Disabled Persons in partnership with NC Zoo, Arlie Culp Day at the Zoo celebrates local disabled citizens and honors the dedication of Mr. Arlie Culp. Mr. Culp had a great passion for the people of Randolph County and a dream that every one be treated with compassion & respect. He wanted all people to have equal opportunities to enjoy life in Randolph County. The nine term Republican representative in the North Carolina General Assembly was one of the founding members of the Randolph County Mayors Committee for Disabled Persons. Mr. Culp represented the state’s 67th House district, including constituents in Randolph County from the time he was first elected in 1989 until his retirement in from the state House in 2006.
1. Who is eligible to participate?
Any disabled Randolph County citizen that completes an application is eligible
2. How much does it cost?
The cost to the participant will depend upon what is purchased once inside the Zoo. We are providing admission for the day. Zoo gate admission is free with a Arlie Culp Day at the Zoo Special Admission Ticket
3. What if I need special assistance to attend?
One ticket will be provided to the participant as well as one ticket for a personal care assistant or chaperone if needed - Special Assistance is NOT provided by Randolph County Mayors Committee for Disabled Persons nor the NC Zoo Staff. The ticketing information will be found on your application.
Join us on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th as we move Arlie Culp Day at the Zoo from May to the early Fall in order to better serve our public & private school group participants