Summer Bingo Scavenger Hunt underway in Pine River

This all-ages activity encourages observation and seeing different aspects of the environment.

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PINE RIVER — Everyone is invited to take part in Happy Dancing Turtle’s Summer Bingo Scavenger Hunt.

The challenge is to take photos of items listed on the bingo card and submit them either online or via email.

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This all-ages activity encourages observation and seeing different aspects of the environment. There are 24 items in total, ranging from visiting public land to finding something purple in nature or an insect that lives on the water.

Complete one row on the card and submit photos to be eligible to receive a prize.

Photos must be submitted by Monday, Aug. 15. Rules and bingo cards can be found at . Those looking to register can visit .


For more information about this event, visit

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