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Plymouth Fire & Ice Medallion Found
Jan. 22 Update: The Plymouth Fire & Ice Medallion has been found.
Resident Shelley Heinen found the medallion on the Northwest Greenway by Aspen Ridge Park, 5670 Garland Lane N. Congratulations, Shelley!
The ninth-annual Fire & Ice medallion hunt begins Thursday, Jan. 10.
Clues will be posted on this page of the city website and the city's social media platforms on Jan. 10, 17, 24 and 31– all four weeks leading up to the Fire & Ice Festival, Saturday, Feb. 2 – or until someone finds the medallion. There is no need to register or pay to participate.
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).
Medallion Hunt Clues
Clue No. 1 – Published Jan. 10
We’ve hunted nine years for the Fire & Ice treasure,
Venture outdoors and take in nature’s pleasure.
The medallion is hidden where we recreate,
Like fish to the worm, get out and grab the bait.
Clue No. 2 – Published Jan. 17
Where two directions come together,
The prize stays safe in snow or stormy weather.
Green marks the way to our hiding spot.
Before you get there, take a break with your tot.
Fire & Ice Winter Festival set for Feb. 2
Embrace winter at Fire & Ice. The annual winter festival is set for 3-7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 2 on the frozen Parkers Lake, County Road 6 and Niagara Lane. Fire & Ice features a cardboard sled contest, recycling bin races, snow bowling and games, sledding, ice skating, a bonfire, fireworks and more. The event is free, aside from food trucks, and open to the public. View more information.