And that all came, that’s something a small zoo can do. I mean, if you’ve got a resource in your community, join forces with that resource. So that was a good thing. And so I came in October ’63, and in April ’64 we formed the Topeka Friends of the Zoo, which we wanted to call friends of the zoo. And not Zoological Society. I felt it sounded too scientific and structured. And a friend of the zoo is a friend of everybody, or everybody would be a friend of the zoo, that kind of philosophy. So we started Friends of the Zoo and it’s been a great support arm since then.