2nd annual “Where in Eau Claire” scavenger hunt

(WEAU) - If you were in Eau Claire Friday night, you may have noticed some strange behavior.

It was for the 2nd annual "Where in Eau Claire" scavenger hunt. Teams came flying out of the doors at Pizza Plus at 6 o'clock, looking to fill out a hunt that included zany tasks like bowling a frame of a stranger's bowling game and fitting an entire team in a porta potty.

Teams had until 8 p.m. to take pictures of them finishing as many tasks as they could.

Family Resource Center Executive Director Brook Berg said "we really wanted a way to have an event that could really involve the entire community in a large variety of people to raise fund for the family resource center, and the goal is to get funding to strengthen families in this community. We wanted it to be a fun event that would utilize Eau Claire."

All the money raised by the team's entrance fees went to the Family Resource Center. WEAU was a proud sponsor.

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