Annual Hunt for the Treasure Token
Pine Valley Community Village and WRCO are co-sponsors of the treasure token hunt. The hunt will take place during National Nursing Home Week May 15th – 20th. A treasure token has been hidden somewhere in Richland Center City Limits on public property and we invite the entire community to join in the search beginning Monday, May 15th.
A clue will be posted daily at Pine Valley Community Village’s front door at 8:00am starting Monday, May 15th and each day that week until the token is found. WRCO will announce the clues daily Monday-Friday on WRCO 100.9 FM at 7:15am and again on the Morning Show from 9:00am-10:00am. WRCO 1450 AM will announce the clue on the Morning News Show from 8:00-9:00am daily. The clues will also be posted on this website.
The token is a round white wooden disk that is 5 inches in diameter. Good luck to all of you and let the hunt begin!
If you are the lucky winner, contact Pine Valley Community Village at 647-2138 to claim your treasure chest full of prizes donated by the following businesses listed at the right. Estimated value of the prizes is near $2200.
Since no one has come forward to claim the token we are starting another round of clues!
Row, Row, Row, your boat gently down the stream, merrily, merrily, merrily, this clue is not what it seems.
Hey ACE! Before you get caught in No Man’s Land let all of us help you find the right Alley to take a walk down.
Sometimes the embers are better than the campfire.
I’m Big and Tall with no room to fall.
Sit under me and play with your Barking Friend during a camping outing.
In every walk with nature one receives far more than they seek. – John Muir
Trees improve air quality. Forests help purify drinking water. One large tree = a day’s worth of oxygen for up to 4 people.
A bad day can be made better with some time fishing.
Norway, Colorado, American, Ohio, Washington, European, and Kentucky are all part of names belonging to what type of plants that can be found in Richland Center.
Dating back to the 1970s this facility saw numerous upgrades and eventually needed to be rebuilt. A new facility was completed in 2015 and serves people who live in Richland Center.
Mellem’s Fish House
The Little Corner
JJ Walsh Jewelers
Richland Locker Plant
Symons Recreation Complex
TC AutoWorks, LLC
Inspired Innovations Salon
Christy’s Sunny Side Bakery
Bindl Tire and Auto
Added Touch Floral
Darcy’s Little Salon LLC
Vetesnik Power Sports
Chet’s Feed & Seed
Marshall Agency Realtors
Main Street Hobby & Bike Shop
The Cutting Edge
Vetesnik Power Sports
Driftless Magnolia Boutique
Badgerland Flooring of Southwest WI, LLC
Pearl Field Bistro
A Seasonal Touch
Town and Country TV & Appliance
Ladd’s Country Collectibles