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Medallion Hunt Winners, Clues, and Locations
The medallions have all been located and the hunt is over for another year!
Congratulations to our winners:
Green Medallion - $500 Moorhead Area Business Prize Package: Torie Fugleberg
Red Medallion - $500 MSU-Moorhead Award: Brianne Nedrebo
Gold Medallion - $1,000 in Hornbacher's Gift Cards: Dave and Shelley Nelson
Clue Explanations and Locations:
Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. The power plant was demolished and recycled parts became art at the site.
View history. The water tower art illustrates almost 150 years of Moorhead history.
What’s up? Water you waiting for? History is illustrated on a water tower at Woodlawn Park.
The medallion was found within the art at the Heritage Garden in Woodlawn Park.
Hike or bike. Look for a walking and bike path.
A little birdie told me. This is a good place for a bird watcher.
Look for the sign that’s red, black, gray, rose, white, brown, gold, yellow, and hairy!
Those words are descriptive of the birds on an interpretive panel at M.B. Johnson Park.
The medallion was found under the interpretive bird sign along the trails at M.B. Johnson Park.
Word in the title of a 1914 Robert Frost poem. “Mending Wall.” “Something there is that doesn’t love a wall.”
Word repeated by one of the principle characters in The Wizard of Oz movie.
Bears. “Lions and tigers and bears, oh, my!” is repeated three times just before the Cowardly Lion appears.
Oh, dear. They didn’t monkey around either.
The first zoo in the area had a deer (Homophone for dear.) and other animals including bears and a monkey. It was built near the river. Walls hold up the steep bank near the old American Legion building-turned restaurant.
The medallion was found along the wall by the old bear cage at Memorial/Riverfront Park.
Thanks to all who participated to make this another fun and successful Medallion Hunt!
We would also like to thank our sponsors for the event:
Hornbacher's, MSU-Moorhead, Moorhead Center Mall, Pizza Patrol, First International Bank and Trust, Gate City Bank, Hollands Landscaping & Garden Center, Ray’s Certified Auto Repair, Cricket Wireless, Moorhead Plumbing & Heating, Erbert & Gerberts, and American Crystal Sugar Company.
See you next year!