Conservation Minnesota

Cash Prize Awaits the First Person to Solve the “Great Fergus Falls Legacy Puzzle”

Fergus Falls will showcase great blues music, a brewer’s festival and nature photography classes during its Legacy Weekend October 13-15th, 2011. There is also a chance to win $200. The Great Fergus Falls Legacy Puzzle will award the cash to the first person to figure out the mystery phrase by visiting local Legacy related locations.  The game is part of full weekend celebration of arts, history, and outdoor resources that benefit from the Clean Water, Land, & Legacy Amendment passed by voters in 2008.

If you want to play, check www.conservationminnesota.org/puzzle today for clues to solve the puzzle.  Deciphering the clues will help participants identify letters on signs at six local locations. Solve the puzzle by unscrambling the letters from the signs and submitting the answer here. The first person to submit the correct answer on-line will win the $200 cash prize.

For a head start, here’s the first clue:

Near an oversized goose and a tale of great wind.

Fergus’ legacy lives, any time you walk in.

From a large red sign, on your left at the door.

You will need to retrieve letters twelve, two & four: 

(12th, 2nd, 4th letters)

Click here for more.

The Fergus Falls Legacy Destination Weekend is a celebration of“Blues, Brews, and Natures Views,” including blues guitarist Trent Romens in concert at A Center for the Arts, the Brewers Fest at the VFW, a nature photography class at the Prairie Wetlands Learning Center, a guided bike ride along the Central lakes trail and the film premiere of the “Fergus Falls Aerosol Art” documentary at the Kaddatz Gallery.

Enjoy the weekend and good luck solving the puzzle!



About Paul Austin

Paul Austin
Paul Austin has 23 years of public service as an elected leader, advocate and political strategist, Paul Austin brings a rare combination of skills and experience to his position as Executive Director. At age 25, Paul was elected Mayor of Clinton, Connecticut – the youngest in state history. Paul has served as Executive Director of Conservation Minnesota since 2004.
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