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|On the Scene|
|Monday, February 14, 2011|
By Emma Hall
Portland City Club's Friday Forum centered around the Oregon Zoo - the state's most popular paid tourist attraction. City Club and the Zoo have a storied history together. In 1951, City Club members helped the zoo move to its current location. Now, the zoo has a new director, Kimberly Smith. In a room at the Governor Hotel, with walls appropriately bedecked in birds and other animals, Smith chronicled her long journey in an interesting career that she decided on when she was merely 12 years old.
Emma Hall is web editor for Oregon Business.
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