Families Affected by Shutdown to Receive Free Admission to Lucy the Elephant

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MARGATE, N.J. -

Officials with a popular Jersey shore attraction are hoping to bring a little joy to families impacted by the partial government shutdown.

Officials with Lucy the Elephant, in Margate, have announced they will be offering complimentary admission to the 90-ton, six-story elephant to all federal employees and their immediate families for as long as the shutdown lasts.

Employees just need to show a valid federal employee ID to receive the complimentary admission.

Throughout January, February, and March, Lucy is open Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Stay up to date with what’s happening at your favorite elephant by visiting lucytheelephant.org.

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