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Josh and Lyrah Pratt enjoyed a neighborhood scavenger hunt on Fourth of July. (Photo: Jenni Pratt)
Fourth of July festivities were different this year due to the pandemic. But Buzz “Rumor Has It” columnistSharon Brier found a way to add some festive fun to the holiday in her neighborhood. She came up with a creative list of items for families to hunt for around the neighborhood (while social distancing) including nine flags, an owl perched on a bridge, a red sunflower, a pink potted cow and more. Pictured is Josh Pratt with daughter Lyrah, who spotted the great white metal heron wearing patriotic ribbons. One of Lyrah’s favorite items to check off the list included the “fairy door” on a tree. Other neighbors who spotted hidden treasures were Morgan and Mehrzad Zarghouni and baby Julian, David Chapman and daughter Nola and Lauren Rutherford and children Avery, Nicholas and Elle. Some of the neighbors who contributed items to the scavenger-hunt adventure were Nancy Smith, Mary Gosnell, Marnie Medina, Carol Simon and Jana Kusin.
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