Marked annually on May 24, National Scavenger Hunt Day is set aside as a day to enjoy the good ol’ fashioned fun of a scavenger hunt. American gossip columnist, author, songwriter and professional hostess Elsa Maxwell (May 24, 1883 – November 1, 1963) is credited with the introduction of the scavenger hunt for use as a party game in the modern era.
HOW TO OBSERVE
Even while social distancing, a scavenger hunt can offer a welcomed escape from the ordinary while you #stayathome. It’s also an opportunity for you and your circle members to revisit briefs you covered previously, or introduce yourselves to new briefs in the brief library. Plus, what better way to have a little fun during a Circle meeting?
- Have fun!
- Host a virtual Circle meeting and get your circle members involved.
- Have kids at home? Get them involved with a fun activity and a way to introduce them to civic leadership, free enterprise and more.
- Use #ScavengerHuntDay to post on social media and tag @ThePolicyCircle.
Download this printable clue sheet to begin!
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Host Your Own Virtual Circle
A recap of our virtual experiences are available here and could be a great launching point for your circle conversation. Or explore The Policy Circle Brief Library and utilize the following Briefs to spur engaging and timely conversations: Healthcare, the Federal Debt, U.S. Constitution. Don’t forget to review the Playbook to facilitate effective conversations.
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