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Fort Wilderness Fact Sheet -

Historical Dates: Nov. 19, 1971 – Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground opens. 1973 – The Fort Wilderness Railroad begins offering steam train transportation service to guests staying at the campground. 1974 – Pioneer Hall opens in Fort Wilderness at Walt Disney World Resort. 1974 – An original version of “Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue” opens at …

CastLeft – Disney Careers -

A Magical Place to Work Approximately 58,000 Cast Members work at the Walt Disney World Resort, the most popular vacation spot in the world. The Resort currently features four theme parks, two water parks, a six-acre nighttime entertainment complex, 34 resort hotels with more than 28,000 themed hotel rooms and various recreational facilities. Off-site vacation destinations affiliated …

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CR – Compassion – Seasons of Compassion Release -

During the months of January and February, The Walt Disney Company provides more than 300 children’s hospitals nationwide with party packages to brighten the gray skies.  Included in the Care Packages are: Disney toys, books, games, videos/DVD’s, computer games, television sets and party supplies.  We distribute the packages, with the assistance of Starlight Children’s Foundation® …

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Kibale Community Fuel Wood Project -

The Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund (DWCF) has proudly supported New Nature Foundation’s “Kibale Community Fuel Wood Project,” to engage local communities through educational outreach. Kibale National Park, in Western Uganda, hosts the densest population of primates in Africa and is also home to many elephants, buffaloes, leopards and more than 350 types of birds.   …

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CR – Compassion – Andy’s Wish to Thrill -

Roller coasters provide a few moments of bliss for thrill-seekers all over the world. Once the ride is over, all that is left is a memory and a hope to ride that coaster again in the future. For 17-year-old Andy of North Huntingdon, PA, that memory and hope became a passion. Not just for riding …

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CI-Overview Conservation Partnerships -

Wildlife conservation requires a diversity of ideas, strong science, effective education, and targeted communications.  Often, these efforts are best achieved by creating partnerships in which the strengths of many contributors are combined to achieve multiple levels of success.

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CR – Focus -

Since our Company’s earliest days, a tradition of community service and “being a good neighbor” has been integral to the Disney culture. Through a variety of programs and initiatives organized by the Community Relations department, the Walt Disney World Resort extends a helping hand to others in need. The majority of our charitable support focuses …

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CR -VoluntEARS – Recognition Breakfast Quote -

“The greatest moments in life are not concerned with selfish achievements but rather with things we do for the people we love and esteem, and whose respect we need.” -Walt Disney

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Soarin’ Fast Facts -

Location: Epcot, Future World, The Land Area of attraction: 59,895 square feet (includes ticketing area, Great Hall where state-of-the-art infrared technology allows guests to participate in up to five different games on digital projection screens by moving their bodies Flight experience: A breathtaking glide over the majestic and diverse natural wonders of California Duration of …

Soarin’: The Making of a Free-Flight Fantasy -

Inside the Technology LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Walt Disney World Resort takes Epcot guests on a high-flying magical journey that sweeps them up, over and across the richly diverse landscape of California. Never before Soarin’ has anyone had the opportunity to view the Golden State from a bird’s-eye view with such an extraordinary sensation …

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