Saturday, November 2, 2013

scavenger hunt and ribbon-cutting Saturday, Nov. 9

The magnificent Ft. Myers Heights children's playground will be celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony this coming Saturday, Nov. 9, at 11am at the playground.  The ceremony will include a scavenger hunt for children with awesome prizes.  Everyone is invited to this free event.

While the Ode Street Tribune's team of investigative journalists has not been able to uncover any secret information about the scavenger hunt, the Tribune's staff archeologist believes that ancient fossils are buried within the playground's sandpit.  The stones within the park are obviously very ancient.  The sand pit itself has some relation to the famous La Brea Tar Pits in California.  Here's some information on excavating fossils.

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