Shelby was Stephanie and Timothy's third baby, born in April 2002. Below are Stephanie and Shelby today.
Don't forget to check out our gallery. We're trying to add new photos regularly.
If You'd Like to Visit
Please contact Pam for an appointment at 614-657-8944.
Directions: from E. Broad St., turn north onto N. Waggoner Rd. (near Meijer). Follow Waggoner and turn right onto Kennedy Rd. at the light by the Sunoco station. A.P.E.S. is located on the left, just before the sharp turn in the road.
Thank You to Our Donors
We'd like to recognize those who donated to A.P.E.S. in 2023; we feel blessed that these people could help:
Laura & Jan Stephenson
Lisa Deranek & Stephen Fannin
Allyson & Brian Price
Rocky & Kathy Felice
Nick & Jessica Cappuzzello
We would also like to recognize the ongoing support of:
Andrea Cooper, monthly
Pam Lossie, monthly
Lana Messmore, monthly
Nichole Padgett Tonti, quarterly
Deana enjoyed a doughnut treat during last year's Krispy Kreme fund raiser.
For several years, a grocery store helped us by donating food to feed our primates, but they have decided not to continue their support. Ways you can help:
We truly appreciate those who support A.P.E.S. by visiting our sanctuary. Each $10 admission goes directly to feeding, housing and caring for our primates. If you want to visit, please call or text to make an appointment: 614-657-8944. Thank you to the following for your support:
Goodwill Activities and Training Center
Brooksedge Plaza Ctr.
North Broadway Children's Center
The A.P.E.S. organization is committed to be protectors, conservationists, caregivers and educators for all primates, especially the Capuchin and the endangered White-Handed Gibbon.
To practice excellent husbandry, training and housing standards for our animals.
To educate people who think they want a primate.
To help educate college students majoring in zoology, anthropology and other sciences on what it means to work with exotic animals, while gaining hands-on experience.