Mollyockett Medallion Clue Contest. Got clues? Enjoy a tasty dinner.
Why let the Hunt end here?
The Medallion has been found, but three weeks remain until Mollyockett Day, so The Citizen has decided to turn things on their head and invite our readers to participate in the clue-writing fun (and it is) – by creating their own alternative package of the three final clues.
Below are drafts of the three clues The Citizen would have run for this year's contest.
The Medallion's location is now know, and the first three clues published. What package of three clues can you come up with?
The writer of the packaged judged best will win a $50 gift certificate to the local restaurant of their choice. The prize will be presented on Mollyockett Day.
Contributions will be judged on imagination, inventiveness, wit, and their ability to keep readers' eyes focused ever more closely on the prize. The judge will not know the names of submitters.
Take your time, think about it, enjoy the challenge, then send or bring your clues to us by Sunday, July 15.
Our draft of the three final clues:
(Note: the Medallion was visible beneath the cellophane wrapping of a package of Camel cigarettes.)
4) ) When all about’s white out, its pedestal stands out.
But when our world greens up, that scene's up.
5) Act out in class and you risk ------------.
It’s just their way to get your attention.
6) Camels can be a drag, but you’ll walk a mile for these.