GOLDEN WHEEL HUNT
|Clues for the GOLDEN WHEEL HUNT will be posted here daily, starting on WEDNESDAY.
Clues are also posted at Countryside Cooperative, Nilssen’s Foods, Hiawatha National Bank and City Hall
GOLDEN WHEEL HUNT RULES
|1. Rustic Lore button is required for registration.
2. Please register your button at City Hall. After hours registration, call Mary Patt Weeks at 265-4347.
3. The Wheel will be hidden on City property within the City limits.
4. The person who finds the wheel is to bring it to City Hall or to any Rustic Lore Days Committee member to claim the $ 100.00 prize.
5. Please play responsibly and do not destroy private or public property.
Call 265-4347 if you have any questions.
The prize is $100 in Chamber Dollars
Sponsored by: Glen Hills Area Chamber of Commerce
GOLDEN WHEEL 2017 CLUES
|Clue #1, Wednesday
Reunion party for Glenwood City High School,
we need to reflect and remember the time we were cool.
Teachers like Mr. C, Wagner, Harris and Wyss,
and many more who helped shape our lives.
Clue #2, Thursday
For some our journey started in Downing, or on the hill,
we were all ready to go on the first day, what a thrill!
Teachers like Mrs. Kuhn, Mrs. Brannigan and Mr. Stohr,
got us ready for the next step, assuring us we could score.
Clue #3, Friday
Now it’s time for high school, if we work hard we’ll be fine.
It’s harder than we thought, someone give us a sign.
We look to Mr. Lindelof, Mrs. Logghe, Polaski and Wall,
they teach us what we need to live right and stand tall.
Clue #4, Saturday
We meet new friends, we find high school hard, but fun,
we join clubs, go out for sports, sometimes more than one.
With Karpenske, Ottney and Wood to name a few,
we captured championships in 12, 01, 97, 85 and 82!
** THE WHEEL WAS FOUND SATURDAY AFTERNOON**
Clue #5, Sunday
Travel west on 128 til you get to County Road G,
stop and look to your right and you will see.
The wheel is behind the Hilltopper championship sign.
The All School Reunion and Rustic Lore Days
committees thank you for helping make our celebration a success.
In memory of classmates, teachers and staff no longer with us.