'The Great Pumpkin Search' Underway in Henderson Parks

Four small pumpkins have been hidden in four different City of Henderson Parks, each with a special verification code on it that its finder can use to claim a prize.

Posted: Oct 27, 2020 1:16 PM
Updated: Oct 27, 2020 1:19 PM

The City of Henderson’s Parks & Recreation Department has organized a safe and fun socially distanced activity called “The Great Pumpkin Search.”

Parks & Recreation staff have hidden four small pumpkins in four different City of Henderson Parks. If anyone visiting the city's parks finds one of the hidden pumpkins, they can hold onto it to receive a prize.

Each pumpkin will have directions written on them, including a telephone number to call and a verification code to turn in. Only one person may win per-pumpkin.

Safety information for "The Great Pumpkin Search":

No pumpkin will be...

  • Hidden higher than 6 feet in the air.
  • Near river, creeks, waterway.
  • Hidden on rooftops.
  • Require climbing a tree.
  • Hidden in flower beds.
  • Near gas/electric lines.
  • Near roads.
  • In closed facilities.
  • In cemeteries.
  • Buried.
  • On private property.

“The Great Pumpkin Search" can be done by families or someone working solo and is open to all ages.

The number to call Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. is (270) 831-1274.

"Good luck and happy hunting!"



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