In celebration of Lewis-Clark State College’s 125th anniversary, and to give students and employees one more way to get involved in the fun, three interactive scavenger hunt activities have been developed that will have participants exploring all corners of LCSC’s campus. Clues lead you to difference locations and provide hints to unlock combination locks. Each scenario plays out a different mystery leading you through clues and will be ideal for groups of five or less. This is a great team building exercise or just for fun. Help solve “The Lost Artifact,” “The Bored Brother,” or “The Pennant Plunder.”
The fun starts Jan. 29 and ends on Feb. 2. There are four time slots available each day for each adventure. Signups are by reservation only. Each adventure lasts one hour or less beginning at 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m., and 3:00 p.m. There are only 60 slots available on a first reserve basis and it is free to participate. Each participant that finishes the challenge is given a commemorative water tumbler. Each finishing team is entered to win (1) $100 gift card for the campus bookstore (also applicable on the new online store).
Please choose your challenge below. When you reserve a time slot, you are reserving it for you and/or your group. No other participants will be allowed to join as the timeslot will show taken. Invite a friend or others to join you for your adventure!
The Lost Artifact – a harder challenge involving basic math puzzles and one outdoor clue (estimated 60 minutes)- starts/ends in Administration Building room 106. Reserve your timeslot for this event.
The Pennant Plunder – a moderate breadcrumb challenge utilizing technology (estimated 45 minutes)- starts/ends at the Library Circulation desk. Reserve your timeslot for this event.
The Bored Brother – an easy challenge with no math puzzles (estimated 30 minutes)- starts/ends at the SUB Information Desk. Reserve your timeslot for this event.
If you complete the challenge, please fillout the form below to enter to win the bookstore gift card:
Additionally, all who complete the challenge may pickup a commemorative tumbler in ADM 106 by answering the challenge question.
For questions, please contact Julie at 208-792-2353 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tip: Each clue will lead you either to a department/division on campus (go into the office or look around the outside of the office) or to a particular location within a building. Look for a clue or locked box at each location.