Corn Boil Medallion is now hidden

By on June 7, 2012

SUGAR GROVE—The fifth annual Corn Boil Medallion Hunt is on. The medallion this year is hidden within Sugar Grove Township. The person who finds the medallion is then recognized during the Sugar Grove Corn Boil 2012 opening ceremonies that will take place on Friday, July 27. The winner will receive a cash prize of $50.

Clues as to the medallion’s whereabouts will be available in the Elburn Herald from June 7 through July 27 (or until the medallion is found). Clues will also be posted weekly, on Thursdays, beginning June 7, at www.sugargrovecorn-boil.org.

The medallion is not hidden on private residential, commercial, industrial or agricultural property. It is not hidden on a golf course, in a cemetery or on church property. It is not buried. It is not located under water or in a building. It is not located in a hazardous area, and tools will not be required to locate it. Respect all property when looking for the medallion. If you find the medallion, please follow the directions.

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