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Find Marshall at Rotary Winter Wonderland

1:25 PM, Nov. 27, 2012  |  Comments
Find Marshall in his new hiding spot at Rotary Winter Wonderland.
Find Marshall in his new hiding spot at Rotary Winter Wonderland.
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Join the fun at Rotary Winter Wonderland to find Marshall Mallard, a duck decoy, hidden every Thursday in a new location. The weekly clue will be published each Thursday in the in Marshfield News-Herald on the Communities page and Friday in the news briefs on Page 2A. Rotary Winter Wonderland is open from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. through Dec. 31.

The second clue: Disco, disco duck

When you see Marshall, fill out an entry form found in the back of the program book or in the zoo. Place the completed form in the duck decoy box at the zoo's north entrance/exit. A weekly winner will be randomly drawn from all correct entries. The weekly winner receives a Baltus gas card. All correct entries will be placed in the grand prize drawing Dec. 31. The grand prize is an overnight stay at the Marshfield Holiday Inn and a $50 Brew Pub gift certificate.

Reminder: Do not attempt to capture Marshall. Write his location on an entry form and place it in the duck decoy box. The weekly winner will be notified each Thursday.

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