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SCENE IN WINSTON-SALEM SCAVENGER HUNT
Scene in Winston-Salem announces the first-ever downtown Scavenger Hunt on Saturday, June 28th, 2008 from 2:00pm-6:00pm. Teams of two will solve clues that will lead them to various downtown destinations, ultimately to the finish line and an awards ceremony. Registration for the Scavenger Hunt will begin at the Winston-Salem Visitor Center (200 Brookstown Ave) at noon the day of the event. The goal of the event is to educate participants about Winston-Salem's history, community, and local arts scene. The event will take place rain or shine.
Susan Morris, event coordinator for Scene in Winston-Salem, notes “The hunt will not only entertain participants, but will promote the city as a center of culture for residents and visitors. The $20 fee to participate includes a day of memories, fun and a variety of door prizes.” Additionally, says Morris, “the participants will enjoy post-race refreshments and will receive a t-shirt for their participation. The group is encouraging participants to be as creative as possible and door prizes will be awarded based on categories such as "best dressed team" and “most creative team name,” voted for by the participants.
Cash prizes of $100, $50 and $25 will be awarded to the top three finishing teams and the remaining proceeds will benefit the Meade Willis Fund. The fund provides support and resources for individuals to start businesses in the downtown area.
Participants are highly encouraged to carpool, walk, or take public transit to the starting point. This event will be as “green” as possible, and is 100% pedestrian. This will also make the hunt more interactive, save gas money, and help the environment. Participants are asked to bring two cans of non-perishable food items to be donated to the Second Harvest Food Bank. This is guaranteed to be a memorable and fun experience for everyone in the community. Sign up now because registration is limited to the first 100 teams that register.
For details, and more info please visit www.sceneinwinston-salem.com. Happy Hunting!
Scene in Winston-Salem was started in the spring of 2008 by a group of volunteers wishing to educate visitors and locals on the history, culture and community of Winston-Salem in a fun and interactive way. Scene in Winston-Salem is a non-profit group which aims to raise money and awareness of the local scene in Winston-Salem while promoting and supporting local businesses.
Sponsorships available, contact Debra Sheets (Debra@sceneinwinston-salem.com)