For people seeking a summer activity, the McLean Community Center has organized an all-ages scavenger hunt.
The MCC Super Summer Scavenger Hunt promises participants the chance to complete 100 challenges with a team of four to 10 people, according to the website.
Each challenge consists of taking photos, geocaching, finding specific items and other such activities, the page said, adding that each task will be worth a variety of points.
“Teams earning at least 30,000 points will be entered into a grand prize drawing,” the website said.
Participation is free but only 125 teams can participate. The first 50 teams to register will receive a goodie bag, according to the page.
The challenge will run from July 1-Aug. 17. Group captains, who must be 16 or older, can register the teams online.
Team members will need a cell phone to document their findings.
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