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Crosslake Days: Chili pepper clue No. 1 revealed

Find the hidden chili pepper within Crosslake city limits and bring it to Lake Country Crafts and Cones at 36084 County Road 66 for a prize basket worth more than $1,500 in goods and services, thanks to several Crosslake merchants.

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Crosslake Days activities kick off Thursday, Sept. 28.

Find the hidden chili pepper within Crosslake city limits and bring it to Lake Country Crafts and Cones at 36084 County Road 66 for a prize basket worth more than $1,500 in goods and services, thanks to several Crosslake merchants.

Clue No. 1 Clint Eastwood didn’t take no guff; we’re not going to lie, this could get rough. Time to get out of the cabin and step into the sun, Crosslake is all about having fun!

It’s always smart to have a plan, like the one that could make our community grand.

The future of Crosslake is like a butterfly taking flight, come on Crosslakers - let’s unite!

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