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The Farragut Parks & Recreation staff has created a game that encourages families to spend time in Farragut parks while hunting for Admiral Farragut. The hunt begins Feb. 1.
The goal of Hide-and-Seek with the Admiral is to visit Farragut’s four parks to find the Admiral’s favorite hiding spots, which are marked with numbered tags. Visit farragutparksandrec.org/hideandseek to download and print, or simply view, maps of the parks. Numbered dots show general areas where tags have been placed. Find the tags and record the tag numbers on printed maps (or a sheet of paper) and drop them by the Farragut Community Center (139 Jamestowne Blvd.) by noon on Wednesday, March 31, for a chance to win a $10 Dairy Queen gift card. Ten winners will be drawn from entries with all 20 tag locations.
Parks and Athletics Coordinator Lauren Cox has worked hard to come up with activities to keep families active during the pandemic.
“It’s been a challenge throughout COVID to create programming that’s fun and safe, and cold weather makes it even harder,” she says. “But kids enjoy challenges like this, especially if there’s a prize at the end.”
Incorporated in 1980, the Town of Farragut has top schools, safe neighborhoods and high development standards, making it one of the best places to live in the Southeast.