MAGNOLIA BLOSSOM FESTIVAL TREASURE HUNT
SPONSORED BY PEOPLES BANK
If you find the treasure, you win $400.
HOURLY CLUES STARTING AT 7 A.M. FRIDAY!!!!
Here is your Friday 8 a.m. clue:
Clue #10 – 8 a.m. Friday, May 17:
All parts of our community
enjoy the treasure hunting game.
Where East meets West is important
Pay close attention, to the change in the name.
Clue #9 – 7 a.m. Friday, May 17:
The town is hopping with people,
everyone running back and forth!
Pay close attention to the streets
that run from south to north.
Clue #8 – noon Thursday, May 16:
If the weather is hot,
look for cool shade for a place to be.
An old pretty pine,
a beautiful Magnolia or even a cherry tree.
Clue #7 – 7 a.m. Thursday, May 16:
Parnell does a good job preparing,
sweeping all the way around.
From here, I can almost see the red hat and overalls he is wearing,
I’m just sitting a little too far down.
Clue #6 – noon Wednesday, May 15:
Do these clues make sense to you?
Are these clues making you blue?
Don’t get trumped over specific words.
Just think about all of the birds.
Clue #5 – 7 a.m. Wednesday, May 15:
Which of those events do you love most?
Is it the food, crafts, music and more?
Are you a gracious host
to the guests that come into our homes and stores?
Clue #4 – noon Tuesday, May 14:
The festival has something for everyone,
you may be up way before dawn.
Start the morning with the parade,
and end it with steak on the courthouse lawn.
Clue #3 – 7 a.m. Tuesday, May 14:
The third week in May,
Magnolia is the place for fun.
Winning would make your day!
Do you search beneath the moon or under the sun?
Clue #2 – noon Monday, May 13:
People’s Bank is our sponsor again this year,
so you better get yourself in high gear.
$400 brings the community together,
being outside will be fun, even if we have bad weather.
Clue #1 – 7 a.m. Monday, May 13:
2019 Treasure Hunt is off the ground,
don’t look in potted plants or in any dirt mounds.
Always look high and low and all around,
The hidden treasure is sure to be found.
The next clue will be released at 9 a.m. Friday.