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5 clues for the Pine River Summerfest Medallion Hunt

Clue #1 The medallion is now hidden for peering eyes to find. It is waiting on public ground where many feet have tread. Clue #2 Don't look up, you may miss your chance to see, The Medallion is waiting in the western shade of a tree. Clue #3: Wat...

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Clue #1

The medallion is now hidden for peering eyes to find.

It is waiting on public ground where many feet have tread.

 

Clue #2

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Don't look up, you may miss your chance to see,

The Medallion is waiting in the western shade of a tree.

 

Clue #3:

Water has always been a friend,

But is it from a fountain or from a river's bend?

 

Clue #4:

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The medallion is covered with shiny foil,

Waiting to be found by some sun-baked boy or goil!

 

Clue #5:

The sounds of children laughing can be heard,

From where the medallion is secured!

 

 

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The annual Pine River Summerfest Medallion Hunt begins today, Monday, June 16. 

The medallion is hidden within the city limits of Pine River on public property and no digging is needed to find it. The medallion is wrapped in orange foil and is a Summerfest button with a number on it.  

The Chamber will publish clues daily and businesses may post them. If the finder's button is registered at the Information Center by today, June 16, they will be eligible for a $100 Chamber gift certificate. If the button is not registered and they find it, they will receive a $50 Chamber gift certificate. Buttons may be registered yet today at the Information Center or the number may be called in at  218-587-4000

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