A Picture’s Worth 1,000 Points
Photos from our sixth annual scavenger hunt
Any one of the 70-odd teams that signed up will tell you: Our photo scavenger hunt ain’t easy. But they’ll also be quick to add that it’s one hell of a good time.
A big round of applause to the people who participated over the weekend of Friday, Oct. 21. Even if you didn’t win, we hope you learned a few things about this city, laughed out loud more times than you count and kept yourself out of the E.R. Here’s a slideshow of shots from the hunt (above).
Flickr submitter and Edie Falco look-alike Donna J. James nabbed the most points this year. Part of her haul included two city councilors (Trudy Jones and Brad Winter, 40 points each) and a photo of the elusive pumpkin spider (25 points). But more than those rare finds, Donna was tenacious—she ticked off tons of the small-potatoes items, which added up in a big way.
Congratulations, Donna! Come by the Alibi office (413 Central NW) any time between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. to pick up your prize package.
What Donna Won
Eternal glory, plus
• A dance instruction package worth $135 from Arthur Murray (2801 Eubank NE): two private lessons, one group class and one practice party
• Two tickets to a Blackout Theatre production (blackouttheatre.com)
• Two rounds of mini-golf at Golfernoggins (4910 Lomas NE)
• Dinner at Umami Sushi & Asian Cuisine (6601 Fourth Street NW)