Freedom Fest 2013; Chad Hopkins Wins $500 Prize For Medallion Hunt

Saturday, June 29th, 2013 at 9:43 am

FRIDAY: The medallion was at the first hole on the disc golf course at Voyageur Park. It was in a tree that was split and had partially fallen down. About five feet off of the ground and in a large hole on the top side of the tree, Chad Hopkins of Pine City found it.

Chad now has a chance to win $500 in the drawing on Saturday at 11am at the Pine County Fairgrounds.

THURSDAY: It took just 24 minutes for Bob Jarvis of Pine City to find the Blue Medallion on Thursday. One more Medallion was set for Friday. One of these medallion finders will win $500!

WEDNESDAY: The third medallion in the Freedom Fest Medallion Hunt was found on Wed afternoon by Justine Kurth and family of Pine City. Finding this medallion was no easy feat! They had to search deep in the woods at the Pine City Community Nature & Fitness Trails where the Medallion was hidden underneath a rock! The Kurth family is now qualified to win the $500 grand prize that will be awarded on Saturday morning at the fairgrounds at the 2013 Freedom Fest!

Congratulations Kurth family!

TUESDAY: The second medallion in the Freedom Fest Medallion Hunt was found on Tuesday afternoon by 10-year old Brayden Bombard of Pine City. Brayden’s mom called it in, and is thus qualified to win the $500 grand prize that will be awarded on Saturday morning at the fairgrounds. Congrats Brayden!

MONDAY: Jerry Lotz of Pine City found the first green medallion on Monday afternoon, qualifying him for a chance to win $500 this Saturday as part of Freedom Fest in Pine City. congratulations Jerry!

2 Comments

  1. Mandy Bombard 06/30/13 at 11:43am

    Thanks WCMP for the consolation prizes! Brayden actually thinks they are better than cash:-) They are great prizes and we are looking forward to the 2014 medallion hunt!

  2. jesse 07/1/13 at 5:58am

    Nice meeting you Mandy! Hope you enjoyed Freedom Fest and thanks for participating in the Medallion Hunt!

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