Scavenger Hunt in Carlsbad Village


St. Michael’s youth and young adults shared in a fun, adventure-filled scavenger hunt on January 18th. After sharing a delicious lunch, participants scoured Carlsbad Village for items such as a take-out menu, a smooth beach stone, and a stranger’s autograph. They helped the community by picking up enough trash to fill a grocery bag. With the help of smart phones to record their actions, participants held a door open for someone, climbed a tree, spotted graffiti, encouraged runners, and met an out-of-towner. The first team to make it back to the church after completing all their tasks received money to kick-start their fundraising for the 30 Hour Famine.


Written by Becky Gleason.


Posted on April 22nd, by Megan Stanton in Family Ministry, SOUL Youth.
Comments Off on Scavenger Hunt in Carlsbad Village

Comments are closed.