10th Annual Byron Good Neighbor Days
Medallion Hunt 2019
The Medallion has been reported found!
Congratulations to Sarah Ayen (15) and Landon Ahlberg (11) for their Survivor watching skills that took them to the medallion! It was hiding at the Olde Towne Park baseball field in the piping on the top of the fence.
1. The medallion will only be hidden on public property and
there is no need to cross private property.
2. When looking you will not need to dig or deface any property.
You may need to look over and under but will not have to move or change anything.
3. The medallion will NOT be hidden on any golf courses or cemeteries.
4. In the event there are two hunts offered in the same year,
no person can claim both prizes for that year.
Ten years now I play this game, my hiding place never the same
But anticipation and fun we create, 7am we are out of the gate!
Do you see me? so shiny and gold. This place is pure joy for the young and the old.
Good morning! my neighbors, they all come to play.
our best friends seem very happy today.
When you do your first run, I’m cheering you on; Just look to your right before I am gone.
Oh the grass is so green, ample rain we did get, If the weatherman is right, at least I shouldn’t get wet!
My neighbors mean business cleaning them white; If I do catch it, they will shine so bright!
Did you run once again? you are so far away. But you better go home so your family shouts ‘hooray!’
Come back to see me I watch from inside. 6 feet up, I’m gleaming with pride!
What’s yellow and round, did you look twice? Its here more for safety but trims a diamond so nice.
I’m on the fence, if you found me or not; a foul ball to the right would be a ball that I caught.
I strike such a glow, as you find the prize. Your home run hit has made you so wise.