RENO — Persevering with its annual celebration of the nationwide opening day for trails, the Metropolis of Reno is internet hosting a safari-themed scavenger hunt for youngsters Saturday on the Reno Rail Path.
“We’re going to have the safari animals hidden on the market alongside the path,” stated Assistant Metropolis Secretary Mary Workman. “What the youngsters do is they simply search for the animals and take a selfie.”
The town is posting a whole itemizing of animals on its Fb web page Saturday, Workman stated, and for youngsters to search for inflatable creatures scattered alongside the path.
The primary 5 males and the primary 5 females to search out all objects and submit them to the town’s Fb web page will win a present bag made by Metropolis Corridor workers, Workman stated.
An commercial for the occasion acknowledged winners can be introduced Sunday on Fb, with prizes handed out Monday at Reno Metropolis Corridor, 160 Blackburn St. in Reno.
The town cautioned that individuals to not trespass surrounding property and stay on the path in the course of the hunt, in response to the commercial.
Kids have from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday to find the unique beasts.
Whereas youngsters are in search of animals alongside the path, Reno is internet hosting a city-wide cleanup as a part of the annual Don’t Mess With Texas litter prevention marketing campaign.
Residents with a current water invoice exhibiting proof of residency can drop off objects on the metropolis’s public works constructing, 160 Blackburn Avenue in Reno, Workman stated.
“There’ll be a dumpster down there within the entrance,” she stated. “There’ll be some employees down there that’ll assist them unload.”
The town is accepting quite a lot of objects from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, all of that are viewable on-line at www.renotexas.gov.
“You possibly can’t deliver paints except it’s fully dried within the can,” Workman stated, noting she couldn’t recall each merchandise. “In case you go to renotexas.gov, it’s on our web site underneath the spring cleanup schedule.”
Paris held its cleanup day April 15 along side the Don’t Mess With Texas Trash-off program facilitated by the Texas Division of Transportation.