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Invitation Scavenger Hunt from Reston Boardgame Meetup

From: David
Sent on: Wednesday, April 8, 2009 7:47 PM
Hey guys, I'm passing on a message from Christina from the Reston Group hosting the Puzzle Scavenger hunt.

I wanted to announce that we have secured prizes from Carpool, Phoenix Worldgate 9 Theater, and Trader Joe's! Prizes will be distributed to the top three teams after 6pm at our final checkpoint location (clues on your hunt sheet to be distributed on Saturday).

Just a reminder on what to bring:
1) A team of up to 4 members (you can form a team at registration if you are looking for a group)
2) A pencil
3) A digital camera (preferably with an SD memory card) per team
3) A motor vehicle that will fit your team members
4) 5 items (or one industrial size item), from each participant, from the list below to donate to the Capital Area Food Bank

On the day of the scavenger hunt, we will register teams and review the 'rules of engagement'. We will then pass out the questions and riddles for you to solve.

The final checkpoint should lead you to our board game destination where we can relax and present the prizes to the teams with the best time. Don't worry, I'll even get the riddle-challenged to the final destination.

The meetup location to register and start the race is in the Reston Town Center: where the trumpets blow and water flows around the Greek messenger god...oh, yeah...the game starts now!

Most Needed Donation Items

Non-perishable Food Items
Canned Proteins (tuna, salmon, chicken, peanut butter)
Canned Fruits in Own Juices or Light Syrup (pineapples, peaches, and pears)
100% Fruit Juices (All sizes including juice boxes)
Grains (pasta, whole wheat pasta, rice, brown rice, macaroni and cheese)
Condiments (tomato based sauces, light soy sauce, ketchup, mustard, light salad dressings)
Low Sodium/ No Salt Added Canned Vegetables (mixed, green beans, corn)
Soups (beef stew, chili, chicken noodle, turkey rice)
Multigrain Cereal (cheerios, cornflakes, grapenuts, raisin bran)

Hygiene Products
Deodorants for men and women
Feminine products
Toilet paper

Nutrition Education Programs
For cooking classes and cooking demonstrations, designed to teach life skils, cooking skills, meal planning, and nutrtition to adults and children.
Brown rice (1 or 2 lb bags)
Flour (1 or 2 lb bags)
Barley (1 lb bag / box)
Olive and/or canola oil
Corn starch
Black beans (canned)
Garbanzo beans (canned)
Thyme (small size)

Kids Cafe
An evening meal served at after-school programs before a child goes home. Industrial sizes appreciated.
Applesauce, fruit cups
Juice (100% juice only)
Granola/fruit bars
Pasta sauce (no meat)
Graham crackers
Pasta, rice
Assorted nuts and dried fruit
Peanut butter and jelly
Tuna/chicken (canned, in water)
Paper/plastic cups and plates
Plastic forks and spoons

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