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Crosslake Pot O' Gold found after two clues released

It was hidden on the police department property

Crosslake St. Patrick's Day logo 2022.jpg
Crosslake St. Patrick's Day Parade and Celebration logo 2022

CROSSLAKE — Ryan, Carla, Cody, Grady and Brody Bienlek, from Bowlus, found the Lost Pot O’ Gold in Crosslake with just two clues.

The Crosslake Chamber thanks the Crosslake Administrative Police Department for playing along and allowing the chamber to hide the clue on their property. The chamber also thanks the many Crosslake businesses that donated awesome prizes.

The hidden Pot O' Gold is part of Crosslake's annual St. Patrick's Day Parade and Celebration festivities. Following are the two clues that were released Thursday and Friday, March 17-18:

First clue

The parade is back and it’s going to be Rad.

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the pot this year is Quality and Fab!

So put on your green and shamrocks galore.

Follow the parade for shenanigans and Asthore!

Second clue

The Old Blacksmith’s view is prime! 

Follow the rainbow thru the pines, 

the Chase is on so don’t waste time. 

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Double the Lucky # 7 will be a good Sign.

Related Topics: CROSSLAKECROSSLAKE ST. PATRICK'S DAY PARADECROSSLAKE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
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