Mt. Washington Community Scavenger Hunt
Saturday, September 24, 2016 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join us for a fun, family event where individuals & teams will be given a passport that includes a set of clues that will lead them to a variety of locations throughout the community of Mt. Washington. Participants will have their passport stamped at each location. The team or individual that has the most stamps in their passport by 12 noon will be declared the winner!
This is a Walking Scavenger Hunt so No Cars or Bikes are Allowed!
7:30 - 8:45 am - Check-in/Same day registration at Mt. Washington School-all participants must check in and sign a waiver
9:00 am - Scavenger Hunt Begins
12 noon-Scavenger Hunt Ends at Mt. Washington Creamy Whip on Plymouth St.
12-noon-2pm Part Hunt Party & Awards
Registration Fee Includes: Event T-shirt & free refreshments at our Post Hunt Party
$25 - Individual participant
$40 - team of 2, each additional team member up to 5, is $15 per person
Children age 8 and under are free if with a team or paying individual
All teams must have one adult participant!
When & Where
Mt Washington School Foundation & Mt. Washington Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation
Mt. Washington School,a Nationally Recognized Community Learning Center School serving over 400 students, provides a wide range of free services not only to our students and their families but the community as well. Our school hosts adult education programs and community events, along with providing health and wellness services, basic needs, tutoring, mentoring and free after school programing to our students. The goal of the Mt. Washington School Foundation Board is to raise funds to continue to meet the growing and changing needs of our students, their families and the community.
The Mt. Washington Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation(MWCURC) has a long history of supporting the success of the Mt. Washington business district including beautification projects, installation of the Gateway on Beechmont Avenue, hosting the annual Holiday Walk, and the most recent project, updating the lights on Mt. Washington’s historic Water Tower. A project that was just completed but will need continued support to ensure the Tower is lite year round. The goal of the MWCURC is to raise money to support new and ongoing projects that make Mt. Washington a thriving, vibrant, and appealing community to live, socialize and do business.