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Jeweler Brings Smiles To Town With Annual Scavenger Hunt November 24, 2021 (0 comments)


Lancaster, OH—For the second year in a row, Wendel's Diamond Jewelers will hide 50 holiday presents in downtown Lancaster for the public to find.

Wendel’s owners Jon and Stephanie Palestrant, who bought the business from Jon’s father, Stuart, in 2019, started the Finder's Keepers event last year. 

"It was such a huge hit and wildly received last year," Stephanie Palestrant said in an article in the Lancaster Eagle-Gazette. "Jon and I have been so blessed and we're grateful we're able to do it again this year. We're going to try to keep that tradition going year after year if we can and just spread a little holiday cheer around our community."

The event begins at 10 a.m. Nov. 27, to tie in with Small Business Saturday. It will run until Christmas Eve or until all 50 boxes have been found. Last year, 45 boxes were redeemed, says the paper. The Palestrants will donate any unredeemed boxes to charity.

The boxes hidden around town don’t hold the actual gifts. Instead, the finder must take their box to the store to receive the item, such as gift certificates, bracelets, Pandora jewelry items, and more.

Stephanie Palestrant said it’s something the entire family can do together, and the only restriction is one box per household.

"So if you find multiples, please leave it lay so other people can enjoy the fun and the games," she told the paper.

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