Minot, N.D. – SRT is announcing a $100,000 gift to the Roosevelt Park Zoo New Habitat for a New Century Capital Campaign that will significantly impact the Amur Tiger River Valley Exhibit. The Amur Tiger River Valley will include housing, three separate play yards with water falls, overhead catwalks and allow for guests to walk between and around the tiger habitat. Roosevelt Park Zoo’s big cat exhibits were over 40 years old and in need of updates. SRT will receive naming rights to the Amur Tiger Catwalk: Yard 2 & 3, which also includes a community gathering space.“SRT is honored to invest in our community and the Zoo’s role in making this a great place to live. The enhancements to the animal habitats will allow over 90,000 visitors a year to get a greater appreciation for these animals and conservation.” said SRT General Manager/CEO, Steve Lysne. “SRT prides itself on being community-minded. We see the zoo and projects like this as an opportunity to support impactful additions to the quality of life in our community.”“We sincerely appreciate the generosity of SRT on this important project to improve our Zoo and we applaud their commitment to our community. This project will dramatically enhance the experience of our Zoo for our visitors and the quality of life for our big cats helping to keep the magic in the Magic City.” Said Becky Dewitz, Zoo Director.“We are extremely grateful for SRT’s continued support of the Minot Park District.” said Executive Director Minot Park District, Ron Merritt. “Their most recent gift of $100,000 towards the New Habitat for a New Century Capital Campaign is a great example of their commitment to the quality of life for the community of Minot.”SRT families and Roosevelt Park Zoo families will be on hand to assist with the unveiling of the grant. In addition, SRT will have a booth at RPZ’s Boo At The Zoo event following the announcement. Boo At The Zoo attendees will have a chance to sign up to win a Tiger Training Experience, courtesy of SRT, once the new Amur Tiger Valley Exhibit is complete.SRT Communications located in Minot, North Dakota is the state’s largest telecommunications cooperative. SRT services include Internet, Security, TV, Phone and Business Services and has served north central North Dakota since 1951, employs more than 200 people, and serves over 48,000 customers.