Treasure Hunt Week 5 Clue Number 2
“No longer on this site, it was a community center to encourage physical fitness in this immigrant population and their descendants”
Clue #2: It was a German social organization and they brought bowling to Texas. This was not their first building in Houston. Their first was farther downtown. This one was completed in about 1930 and was designed by Joseph Finger. He would turn over in his grave if he could see what replaced it and how much trash is around it.
Use the clue to locate the token and be the first to send your picture of the token in the location where you found it to Cindy Woods, email@example.com. The winner will exchange the token for a prize to/from a local business. If the token is not located within three days, subsequent clues will be posted until the token is found.
The token will never be located on private property, but will be readily accessible in public easements. For this event, the boundaries are: East side of Main Street, West side of 288, North side of Hermann Drive, and South side of Alabama Street.
You do NOT need to be a member of MPNA to participate. However, we do hope that this treasure hunt will persuade residents to join and support the MPNA goals - to maintain and enhance the quality of life and value of our neighborhood.
Questions/winners: CONTACT: Cindy Woods: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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