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Medallion has been founds. Details later tonight.

Congratulations to Matt Littlefield and Josh Ellingson on finding the 2019 Harvest Festival Medallion.

Clue explanations: Clue 1: Fools and boundaries tell you it's on the border of Dayton's Bluff neighborhood.

Clue#2: peel back history= the history board information kiosks at the park were all peeling from the sun, also a reference to Post It notes/3M, which was formerly across the street.

Clue#3: In the city, and Lucky that way. Are both Joe Walsh songs. Walsh street. Also Daft Punk "Get Lucky" was a backdoor to figure out Dayton's Bluff. Being daft and getting punked both hint at fool/bluff.

Clue#4: the acronym H.P. heritage park should have been a hint with Initial. The Trapeze center, and vertical endeavors are the adventures above.

Clue#5: fail was a hint at Phalen Creek which runs (now underground) from the lake to Mississippi. And to follow the flow from lake Phalen. Don't fail also = Not lake Phalen. You May Cry aloud= an acronym for YMCA. And also a reference to nearby Payne av. Community and Proud = East Side the parks prefix.

Clue#6: The highest card is Ace Hardware, Spin = Whirl, Puddle = Pool. Whirlpool was a former factory located here. Need = Neid street.

Clue#7:Passed down, and Legacy = Heritage, skate, walk, or ride = hidden near a path.

Clue#8: leaves= hiding place, inside a box or crayons turned inside out. Floor = on the ground. The 2 dominant colors are Green and white. For Greenbrier and Whitall streets. They intersect in the middle of the park, narrowing down where to look.

Clue#9:the beginning and end of "WHY" are W and y, both letters seen on the connecting paths from above. Adds to 8 being grand= the Grand rounds direction post, if you counted the mileage of the several locations they added to 8 miles, and these arrows pointed you on the right path to take. Giving you a hand= a hand imprint in the concrete near the bench is 25 feet from the hiding spot.

Clue 10 was an exact pinpoint. 25 paces east of the bench, 10 north, under cottonwood leaves, behind a tree, on the ground.

2019 clues

Clue#1: Our third treasure hunt is now underway, And know there isn't much in this clue other than to say. Stay within our boundaries, and be sure to read the rules, Get out there and find it, you are no fools.

Clue#2: Peel back our history once you are there, Read what is written it will help you fare.

Clue#3: Search in the city as you may. Keeping your beat, some get lucky that way.

Clue#4: Having adventures above as your feature attraction, Perhaps trust your initial reaction.

Clue#5: Don't fail to follow the flow, You should know which way to go. You may cry aloud, This is our community and we are proud.

Clue#6: Drawing the highest card, should not be that hard. Spin to win, don't muddle in the puddle. Having the need for greed, will put you in the lead.

Clue#7: This park was passed down, a shared legacy we have found. Don't forget our East Side pride, going past as you skate, walk, or ride.

Clue#8: As the leaves begin to change, in this seasonal exchange. Like a box of crayons spilled on the floor. There are 2 main colors that dominate our state, figure this out and you will do great.

Unpublished clue #9: Why?from beginning to end, it can be your friend. Like a bird's eye from the sky. If it adds to 8 that would be grand, would it help if I gave you a hand?

Unpublished clue#10 near the bench with the hand print, 25 paces east, 10 paces north, under cottonwood leaves, behind a tree.

Introducing the 2019 Harvest Festival treasure hunt, clue #1 will be September 13th at 5 p.m. here............ ............................................................

Tomorrow is the big day clue#1, are you excited?

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2018 clues

 

----Clue # 7: Clue #7 is that a clue? What is red yellow green and spouts blue? Now reach down and tie your shoe, you can be a Joe Somebody too.----

----Clue # 6: This place is not a park, if this disturbs you please do not bark, for Pete's sake there is no good place to park, just being a rascal on a lark, does any of this hit the mark?----

----Clue # 5: She's your friend and knows who you are, as you walk through her hills and drive in your car, make the connection and from treasure you will not be far.----

----Clue # 4: I suppose I should say remember when, this was that now is then, Remix that as if you were Eminem, and bring you closer to medallions den.----

 

---Clue #3: I will See about giving a hint to you, maybe you have been an outsider too, perhaps it will help if you correctly read this clue.----

 

----Clue #2: A man named Sheen, who's son was quite keen, also from the silver screen, from this what do you glean?----

 

---Clue #1: Thanks to everyone last year who came, to participate in our medallion hunt game, this years theme is our claim to fame, be the one to find and make your name, lets see what you have retained.--------

 

 

WELCOME to the 2018 East Side Lions
Harvest Festival Treasure HUNT Page

  Watch here for clues: Sept 7th - 16th 

 

Hidden within the boundaries of Larpentuer Avenue, 7 th Street,  Johnson Parkway,  and highway 35 E, a medallion will be placed. 
 
On public ground it can be found,  avoid private property, golf courses,  schools,  churches,  and businesses. 
 
Avoid all landscaped plantings,  and respect natural wild flower areas.
 
No digging, climbing, or dismantling of any city property is allowed. 
 
You will need to purchase a button at a participating retailer* and have it registered before the first clue release to be eligible for full prize. If not registered by then you may still receive half the prize. And the other half will be awarded to charity.   * See list on site
 
 
There will be 10 clues posted,  beginning September 13th at 5:00 p.m. On This Website, one a day at the same time until September 22nd.
If the medallion is not found by 10:00 p.m. On the final day one bonus clue will be released the following morning at 9:00 a.m. Detailing it's location. 
 
The Lions Harvest Festival Buttons Program has the right to cancel the hunt at any moment if these rules are not followed. 
 
The finder will be allowed to keep the medallion,  and be given The GRAND Prize  and a ride in the parade Saturday September 28th, Noon on Payne Ave as this year's finder. 
 
Good luck and stay safe.
 
St Paul East Side Lions Club
 
SAVE THE DATE!!!!  Wednesday September 19th at 6pm at the American Legion Post 577
2nd Annual Harvest Festival AWARDS Dinner
* Treasure Hunt Winner Announced and Recognized
* Drawing winner for 2018 Harvest Festival Button 
* Top Button Seller Award
* Harvest Festival Ambassadors - Crowned
* Bundt Cake Competition
 
MORE INFO:    email         lltreasurehunt@gmail.com 
 
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