Annual scavenger hunt

Cris Riego de Dios and Sergio Capellino, representing the Fish Hoek 100 and Beyond team, handing over profits to the Scavenger Hunt Experience to Sarah Waries, from the Shark Spotters initiative, with Colwyn Jones from Peak Connect Safe, where the event was hosted.

Fish Hoek residents, families and businesses took part in a scavenger hunt for a good cause late last month.

Participants raced around the southern peninsula, to solve clues in a set time in the Fish Hoek 100 and Beyond Scavenger Hunt.

The afternoon was filled with laughter and friendly competition, culminating in a prize-giving ceremony at Peak Academy Cafe, where the Army Rejects and the Addam’s Family teams tied for first place.

Fish Hoek 100 spokesperson Sergio Capellino said the event was about having fun, promoting Fish Hoek and raising money for a good cause. This year, that cause was Shark Spotters. Visit www.fishhoek100andbeyond.co.za or www.sharkspotters.co.za for more information about both organisations.

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