First American Bank of St. Michael released the sixth clue of the Harvest Hunt Medallion contents, a “treasure” hunt leading up to the St. Michael Daze and Knights Celebration.
I am situated near something that constantly runs but at no time walks, often mumbles, never talks, has a bed but never sleeps, has a mouth but not once eats
Yesterday, this was Clue No. 5:
In reverence I stood
With great purpose and good
To those that that endured
They were ensured of great salvation by standing on my foundation
In case you missed it, here’s Clue No. 4
The fourth clue is, simply, “Search for the words to put together the next clue.” Use the word find, below, or click on the bank’s link to the clue, which can be found here at the First American Bank Facebook site:
Clue No. 3: Trees to logs, logs to trees, what can I be?
The second clue is: “The Year of the Pea.”
For a reminder here’s Clue No. 1:
Come one come all, to the First American Bank Harvest Hunt, It is free for all! Just a few small tasks are all we ask, read the rules…private property is not ok…in the city limits stay…and for gosh sakes, Behave!
The Harvest Hunt medallion is hidden on St. Michael city property which is accessible to the public — and not at any residence. No disassembly or digging will be required to find the medallion, which includes light fixtures or park equipment.
•To claim the $1000 prize, the hunter must contact the Harvest Hunt Director, Lynn Olson, at 763-497-7777.
•The prize money, clue preparation and contest administration are the responsibility of FAB and its Harvest Hunt committee.
•Winners must be 18 years of age to claim the prize, but younger hunters may help search for the medallion if accompanied by an adult.
•The sponsors of the Harvest Hunt assume no responsibility for accident or injuries sustained by participants. Participants are urged to use reasonable safety precautions, demonstrate good sportsmanship and follow all rules set by the Harvest Hunt committee.
•In the event the hidden medallion is not found, the $1000 prize will be donated to the Hanover Food Shelf.