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Plymouth Fire & Ice Medallion Found
Update: The Plymouth Fire & Ice medallion has been found by Plymouth resident Eva Roberts, 9. She found it under the canoe and kayak racks at West Medicine Lake beach.
Don't miss the Fire & Ice winter festival, 3-7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 3 at Parkers Lake Park – County Road 6 and Niagara Lane. Read more.
The eighth-annual Fire & Ice medallion hunt begins Thursday, Jan. 4.
Clues will be posted on this page of the city website and the city's social media platforms on Jan. 4, 11, 18 and 25 – all four weeks leading up to the Fire & Ice Festival, Saturday, Feb. 3 – or until someone finds the medallion. There is no need to register or pay to participate.
Clue No. 1 – Published Jan. 4
2018 marks medallion hunt number eight
Bundle up for the elements and celebrate
We Minnesotans embrace winter's cold
Venture outdoors for Fire & Ice’s “gold”
Clue No. 2 – Published Jan. 11
Continue the search for the elusive prize
Nearby, snow-covered water in disguise
A place we enjoy fall, summer, and spring
Even in winter, see the beauty nature can bring.
Clue No. 3 – Published Jan. 18
Not north or south I will be found
Search not the open sky but on the ground.
The Fire & Ice countdown has begun
Come to the event and enjoy the fun!
A $250 prize will be awarded to the first sleuth who finds the medallion. Only Plymouth residents are eligible. The medallion is hidden on city property (while the medallion may be partially covered, it is not buried).