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Rosie the Reindeer Scavenger Hunt Winners Announced

Grand-prize winner Norah Kennedy shows off her $100 Madison Chamber gift check. Credits: Madison Area Chamber of Commerce
Grand-prize winner Norah Kennedy and her brother, John, search for Rosie at Prima tuxedo shop on 41 Main St. Credits: Madison Area Chamber of Commerce

Three winners of the “Find Rosie the Rose City Reindeer” kids scavenger hunt were officially announced on Dec. 18.

Norah Kennedy, the grand prize winner, received a $100 Madison Area Chamber of Commerce gift check. Second- and third-place winners Owen Brown and Charlie Sipley each won a $50 check.

"The Rosie scavenger hunt was tons of fun for everyone involved," said Chamber executive director Karen Giambra. "Many thanks to everyone who supported and participated. Rosie will be back again next year!"

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Held in 40 Madison Chamber member businesses during the holiday season, this monthlong scavenger hunt celebrated its first year in downtown Madison. 

Children were invited to search the town for Rosie and collect toys and prizes donated by Tons of Toys at 64 Main St. Those who found Rosie 15 or more times had a chance to win the grand prize.

Ton of Toys owner Chris Brinkofski announced the winners during a grand-prize drawing livestream, broadcasted on the Madison Chamber’s “I Love Madison, NJ” Facebook page.

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