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Letterboxing contest ends Aug. 31

Annie and Tess Ritcey with their dog, Snickers, letterboxing at clue 15 in Pioneer Park. - Contributed Photo
Annie and Tess Ritcey with their dog, Snickers, letterboxing at clue 15 in Pioneer Park.
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Hey kids! Want a great way to get some exercise, walk your dog, learn about nature and use some thinking skills all at the same time? If so, letterboxing in Pioneer Park is for you.

Nine boxes are hidden all throughout Pioneer Park. Pick up a clue book at the Community Center and use the clues to find the boxes. Stamp your clue book with 19 unique stamps found in each hidden box. Find all 19 clues by Aug. 31 and turn in your completed clue book to the front desk at the Community Center, along with your e-mail address. You will then be invited to a special recognition ceremony in September, which is not to be missed.

Kim Borden and her children, Annie and Tess, and their dog, Snickers, have been out on the trails letterboxing this summer.

 

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