FIRST CLUE Scavenger Hunt
The clues will run in the News-Herald on the community page on Thursdays.
The first clue will be in the Thanksgiving paper.
The first clue is: Duck a l'Orange
The winner for the clue “Duck a l’orange” was Brianna Fredrick of Marshfield. She won a Baltus gift card. All correct entries are eligible for the Grand Prize drawing on New Year’s Eve.
Second Clue: "Disco, Disco Duck"
Third Clue: The sound of music.
The winner for the third clue, sound of music, was Nathaniel Wagner of Marathon whose entry was drawn from all correct entries listing Marshall's location on the small hill near Santa’s house.
Fourth Clue: Ohhh that smells good.
Fifth clue: What brought the graham crackers?
When you see Marshall, fill out an entry form available at the north
entrance/exit gate and place it in the duck decoy box. A weekly winner will
be randomly drawn from all correct entries. The weekly winners receive a
Baltus gas card. All correct entries will be placed in the grand prize
drawing set for Dec. 31. The grand prize is an overnight stay at Holiday Inn
and a $50 Brew Pub gift certificate.
Reminder: Do not attempt to capture Marshall. Write his location on an entry form and place it in the duck decoy box. Weekly winners will be notified each Thursday. Rotary Winter Wonderland is open in Marshfield's Wildwood Zoo from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Nov. 25 through Dec. 31.
Grand Prize Winner
The grand prize winner 2011 of the Rotary Winter Wonderland Scavenger Hunt was Kay Meyers of Wausau. Her entry was randomly drawn from all correct entries for the five clues during the last night of the event on New Year's Eve.
Meyers won a certificate for a one-night stay at the Marshfield Holiday Inn
and a $50 certificate to the Brew Pub in Marshfield.
It was the first time that Meyers and her children, ages 12 and 15, visited
Rotary Winter Wonderland. Meyers is recently divorced and was celebrating
Christmas Day with her children. Meyer's 15-year-old daughter suggested they go see the lights at the Wildwood Zoo Christmas night.
"Thank you," Meyers said when notifed she won the grand prize. She said that this first Christmas divorced was difficult and seeing the beautiful lights
at Winter Wonderland was a special Christmas treat for her and her children.