Medallion Hunt

The Pan-O-Prog medallion has been found!

Congratulations to Michael Scott Hume for finding the medallion with the help of his wife Cary and son Mitchell.

The medallion was found in Foxborough Park. 

CLUE #5 - Thursday, July 8

Something that gathers no moss,

and a bridge with water.

Don’t go near that though,

you’ll be wetter, not smarter.

Please be mindful of our parks as you search for the medallion.  The medallion is NOT and would never be hidden in a pollinator garden. These gardens are so critical to our eco-system and are there to be viewed, not disturbed.  Please take note and keep looking. Thanks and good luck!

 

CLUE #4 - Wednesday, July 7

Is it north or is it south?

Keep searching, and you’ll see.

Conservation is important

when it comes to birds and bees.

Please be mindful of our parks as you search for the medallion.  The medallion is NOT and would never be hidden in a pollinator garden. These gardens are so critical to our eco-system and are there to be viewed, not disturbed.  Please take note and keep looking. Thanks and good luck!

 

CLUE #3 - Tuesday, July 6

Play sports!  But which kind?

Basketball, soccer or softball?

There are garbage cans and picnics,

(exactly what is Pickleball?).

 

CLUE #2 - Monday, July 5

Let’s search in parks with walking paths,

there are playgrounds, too.

With some houses nearby,

you’ll need the next clue!

Hip Hip Hooray!

The medallion hunt is finally here.

Where-O-where have you been?

We missed you last year!

Be sure to buy a Pan-o-Prog Button!  The prize is $250 cash!!!

Look for Clue #1 in the Pan-O-Prog flyer published Friday, June 28th. Additional clues will be posted by 9am each day, beginning Monday, July 5th on our website at www.panoprog.org and Facebook www.facebook.com/panoprog/

 

CLUE #1 Pan-o-Prog's here and there's no time to be slow, there's treasure to find, so look high and look low!  You gotta start somewhere, so here's your very first clue.  Then be ready on Monday, July 5th for Clue #2!

Official Rules

  1. The medallion is hidden on public property in an easily accessible place.  It is NOT located in any of the following parks:  Aronson, Antlers, Casperson, James Jensen, Steve Michaud, or Downtown Plaza.

  2. It is not necessary to damage or destroy any property to find the medallion.

  3. Instructions about what to do when you find the treasure are printed on the back of the medallion.

  4. If more than one person finds the medallion, the reward will be split among all the finders.

  5. The medallion hunt is open to everyone except Pan-o-Prog board members and their families.

  6. Pan-o-Prog accepts no liability in connection with the medallion hunt.

  7. In the event the medallion is not found, the hunt will conclude at 8:00 am the Monday following the parade.

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