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Southeast Raleigh scavenger hunt resumes Sunday!

IMPORTANT NOTE: Raleigh Convergence is no longer publishing, as of April 1, 2022. Read more.

UPDATE: We postponed the second day of a two-day scavenger hunt in late May. Now, we’re bringing it back THIS Sunday, JULY 12!

We’ve been welcoming newcomers to the Raleigh area with The New Neighbor Project, a series of emailed guides by community ambassadors.

Now, we’re getting ready to resume our first event for Southeast Raleigh!

Events look different these days, so keeping everyone’s safety in mind, we’re going on a (socially distanced) community scavenger hunt this weekend!

How to participate: The Southeast Raleigh Community Ambassador for Raleigh Convergence’s New Neighbor Project, Troy Johnson, created video hints to places in Southeast Raleigh to encourage you to get out there and explore.

You’ll find those clues embedded below and shared in the Facebook group and on Instagram throughout the weekend.

As you figure out the clues, connect with us in the New Neighbor Project: Southeast Raleigh Facebook group or by connecting at the #newneighborproject hashtag on Instagram.

When: The second part of this self-guided tour takes place all day Sunday, so you can go at your own pace and keep social distance!

Share photos of yourself at the locations and look for hints on where prizes might be located in our Facebook group!

We might not be able to get together at an event, but we can share exploring our communities together.

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Author: raleighconvergence

Sarah Day Owen Wiskirchen is the editor of Raleigh Convergence.

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