Well, we ran the EYE Spy game for four weeks, did five hides, and have four winners that are pretty darn happy with the goody bags — and in one case cash — we gave them.

The last medallion was tucked away in the John Dillinger display in the Racine Police Department.

Chris Amundson said that he was in the police station paying off some parking tickets when he saw the clue come up on the Racine County Eye, EYE Spy page. He knew the clue referred to Robin Hood, which Dillinger often referred to himself as when he was robbing banks all over the country.

Dillinger’s list of robberies includes taking $28,000 from the American Bank & Trust Co. on Nov. 20, 1933.

Here are our winners:

  • Chris Amundson
  • Joe &Terri Renguette
  • Katie Matheson
  • Michelle Cooper Jenks and Jordan Woiteshek, they won twice.

We’d like to thank everyone that participated. Don’t forget that we have a ton of coupons ready for you to use on our EYE Spy page.

By the way, we’re toying around with doing a kids EYE Spy game in the summer, a football-themed EYE Spy game and a Christmas-themed one too. Thoughts? Who’s in???

Hair and Company Tanning and Salon , 4900 Spring St.
The New Maxines, 835 Washington Ave.
McCaulliffe’s on the square, 213 6th St.
Malicki’s Piggly Wiggly
Blue Dove Spa & Tanning, 2030 Lathrop Ave.
Pico’s Tacos and Cerveza, 5503 3 Mile Rd.
Seven Keys to Escape, 606 College Ave.
Evelyn’s Club Main St., 331 Main St.
Uncorkt, 240 Main St.
Humble Home, 407 Main St.
Route 20 Outhouse, 14001 Washington Ave.
Roundabout Bar & Smokehouse, 5844 Douglas Ave.
Soup Shanty, 6022 Douglas Ave.
Georgie Porgie’s, 5502 Washington Ave.
Lornacopia, 310 6th St.
Sugar Shack Sweet Shop, 530 Monument Square
Ivanhoe, 231 Main St., Envi, and Carriage House Liquor Company, 220 State St.
Headlines Hair Design Studio & Day Spa, 1139 Blaine St.
John’s Dock, 303 Dodge St.
Buona Vita Pizzeria Restaurant, 3701 Durand Ave.
Hiawatha, 9809 Durand Ave.

 

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Denise Lockwood has an extensive background in traditional and non-traditional media. She has written for Patch.com, the Milwaukee Business Journal, Milwaukee Magazine and the Kenosha News.