By Chelsea Musick, Central Park
Entry deadline extended to January 11th
Welcome to the 4th Issaquah Highlands Photo Treasure Hunt! Every month we publish a photo of something (or somewhere!) in the Highlands. While some months may be easier to guess than others, all photos will be accessible to the public. It is up to you to guess where the photo was taken!
Last month’s photo had a lot of people stumped. It was taken outside the entry to the Issaquah Highlands Fire Station 73 on Park Drive. The fire station was designed with some great environmental measures in mind, fitting in with the idea of “green living” in the Highlands. The display outside the station entry explains the details of the designs. Stop by and read up on our environmentally friendly our firehouse!
Correct guesses were submitted by:
It’s December, so it’s time to draw a winner for this year’s $25 Mod Pizza gift certificate! Everyone who responds with a correct guess will be entered to win. Every correct guess is another entry – so you can enter 12 times a year.
This year’s winner is: Heather Krabbe. Congratulations! Thanks for participating in the Issaquah Highlands Photo Treasure Hunt! You’ll receive an email explaining how to collect your prize.
Congratulations, Heather Krabbe!
Heather is the 2015 IH Photo Treasure Hunt Winner
She won a $25 Gift Certificate for MOD Pizza
This month’s photo is below. If you think you have the answer, please email it to IHPhotoHunt@gmail.com along with your full name. Please be as specific as possible when emailing your response (just the name of the building, park, street, etc. is not enough). Responses will be accepted until January 8th. Those with the correct answer will see their name published in next month’s issue of Connections, as well as have their name entered into a drawing for a $25 gift certificate to Café Ladro. The drawing will happen once a year in December.
You may also see hints or clues online on our Twitter (@IssHighlands) or Instagram (issaquahhighlands) accounts, so check there as well.
Enjoy, and good luck!