Burlington Scavenger Hunt Underway — Offers Safe Family Activity

Looking for a safe socially distant family activity? Consider the Burlington Community Fund Scavenger Hunt. Participants will be tasked with finding and perhaps discovering ten popular Burlington locations.

Participants will use a Scavenger Hunt link to receive a clue to the first location.

Once you find it, you will find a laminated QR code with the letters BCF on the bottom. This will take you to the second clue and so on. Keep track of all ten places as you will need to list them at the end.

The QR code at the last location will take you to an online form. List all ten locations and submit your answers. All submissions must be in by December 1st, 2020.

The first two people or families to submit the correct answers will receive a $75 gift certificate to Sherman’s Tap House. Two additional $50 gift certificates will be awarded from a random drawing of correct answers as well.

A gracious donation of $25.00 is asked to participant. All proceeds will benefit the Burlington Community Fund.

Click here for your first clue.

This event is sponsored by the Burlington Chamber of Commerce

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