Messenger - Vol. 2, No. 3, Page 32 Summer 1993 Vacationer's Guide to Alumni Kodiak, Alaska-When visiting the 49th state, stop by the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge where Diana Brooks, Delaware '91, is a refuge ranger and oversees the Visitors Center. For information, call (907) 487-2600. Rehoboth Beach, Del.-If making plans for a vacation or business meeting in southern Delaware, stay at the luxurious Boardwalk Plaza, owned and operated by Jeffrey E. Zerby Sr., Delaware '66. For reservations, call (800) 33-BEACH or (302) 227-7169. Philadelphia, Pa.-Interested in the history of one of America's oldest waterfronts? Then make a stop at the Philadelphia Maritime Museum where Charles M. Haines, Delaware '83M, '90Ph.D., is assistant director. For more information, call (215) 925-5439. Saratoga Springs, N.Y.-For any horse-racing enthusiast, the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame would be a great place to visit. Don't forget to say hello to Peter Hammell, Delaware '79, museum director. For more information, call (518) 584-0400. Columbia, S.C.-For those intrigued by Southern culture, visit Lise Swensson, Delaware '73, chief curator of art at the South Carolina State Museum. For information about upcoming exhibits, call (803) 737-4921. Orlando and Tampa, Fla.- Want to be up close and personal with some killer whales? Then take in a show at Sea World where Otto C. Fad, Delaware '82, is senior animal trainer along with animal trainer Lindsay Rubincam, Delaware '88. Or, visit Fad's wife, Kelly Webb Fad, Delaware '86, head primate keeper and chimpanzee coordinator at Lowry Park Zoo in Tampa. For more information, call (813) 932-0245.