2nd Annual ICAAN FIND THAT! Scavenger Hunt
April 28th, 2007 10am start time
Indianapolis City Market (and All-around Town !!)
WHAT: The ICAAN Find That! Scavenger Hunt involves teams of four people working their way through the cultural districts of the Indianapolis area with the goal being to complete a large list of creative and fun-filled tasks with varying point values. Teams have 3 hours (10am-1pm) to complete tasks so that they amount to highest point total. Teams are asked to bring back photographs of certain tasks being performed and/or mementos to prove the task was accomplished.
PRIZE: $1000 is awarded to the first place team; $400 is awarded to the 2nd place team; highest point value determines winners WHERE: Indianapolis City Market in downtown
Indy EXTRAS: O’Charleys will cater lunch on-site for all participants starting at 1:00. Each participating receives an event t-shirt, morning refreshments, event bag and will enjoy entertainment during lunchtime.
WHEN: April 28, Saturday, 2007. Registration at 8:30am. Event starts at 10am, rain or shine. Lunch and entertainment begin at 1:00. Event winners announced at 2:15pm once judging is complete.
REGISTERING: Pre-register by visiting http://www.icaan.net or call 317-250-6450 with questions.
COST: $40 per person/$160 per team of four; pledges encouraged but not required
BENEFITING: Indiana Canine Assistance & Adolescent Network (ICAAN) is the first Indiana nonprofit program that combines the training of service dogs for children and adults with disabilities with the education and rehabilitation of offenders in correctional facilities. Offenders train the dogs to perform service work. After nearly 2 years of training, dogs are partnered with children/adults with disabilities. Dogs not qualifying after training to serve a person with a disability find new vocations that serve Hoosier communities.
In just 5 years, ICAAN has:
· placed 24 dogs in service with people with disabilities
· over 30 dogs currently in training
· placed 18 dogs to work as in-home therapy dogs
· placed 5 dogs in drug detection programs