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Win a Gym Membership at the Georgetown Dash

This neighborhood scavenger hunt offers goodie bags, beer, and a chance at the grand prize.

Who doesn’t love scavenger hunts that end with awesome prizes and beer? That’s exactly what you can expect at next week’s Georgetown Dash, a scavenger hunt throughout Georgetown that will raise money for Girls on the Run DC, a nonprofit organization that teaches girls about health, community service, and self-esteem.

Here’s how the race works: Teams of four will aim to complete physical or mental challenges and tests to receive the next clue and destination. The team with the most stars collected at each location in the least amount of time will win a grand prize package worth more than $2,000: 

Even if you don’t win, you’ll still receive a race T-shirt and a bag filled with free gifts and coupons from local stores. A special prize will also be given to the team with the best costumes.

Refreshments and music will be waiting for participants at the finish line, and Mr. Smith’s will offer discounted food and beer from 8 to 9 PM. Specials include $3.25 bottles of the beer of the month, $3 Stella Artois, $3 wings, and $3 nachos.

The race begins at 7 PM on Thursday, June 21. Visit Georgetown Dash’s event site to register as a team for $100 or individually for $25. Individuals will be assigned to a team. 

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