Elks Helldorado/ Sahara Coins Treasure Hunt for Gold
It's not too late to join the Elks Helldorado/ Sahara Coins Treasure Hunt for Gold. The Treasure Hunt is a 13 day event with ONLY 7 locations for you to go to for clues at businesses throughout the Las Vegas Valley. The object of the Treasure Hunt is to gather all 13 clues on a clue card and after solving the clues finding a medallion that is hidden somewhere in the Valley. The person to find the Medallion first will win the Grand Prize of $10,000 in American Buffalo Gold Coins. Those wishing to participate can go to Sahara Coins & Extraordinary Collectibles and register to receive their clue cards and enter the Treasure Hunt.
When: Tuesday, May 4, 2010
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Where: Sahara Coins & Extraordinary Collectibles
Cost: Not available
Age limit: All ages
Event posted May 4, 2010
Last updated March 10, 2011
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