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Jeepers_Creepers: Thank you everyone for coming. Should have been up long enough for everyone to log. Remember the Pi Puzzle Caches are still active. There are twelve of them and a bonus cache, too. Happy Caching-Jeepers_Creepers [^]


∏ & Pie Day Event & Flash Mob

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Hidden : Saturday, 14 March 2015
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Pi Day Organization

Come and enjoy the fun. Perkins has a great menu.

The event is on March 14, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

There are at least three ways to celebrate ∏ Day (3.141592653...) with food (pie?), a Pi Day and Flash Mob Event.  Say you are with the Geocaching Group. We will be in the backroom facing Lake Superior. We will take a group photo at 9:26:53 a.m., so be prompt and ready.  We will have prizes, share caching stories, TB's for logging.  Some special Pi caches are being placed to grab after the event. (being held at Perkins Restaurant 2502 London Road Duluth, MN 55812)

Indicate if you will be coming and how many are in your party so we can make arrangements.

Happy Pi Day, Earn Two Souvenirs:

(from email)

While some folks celebrate Pi Day on March 14 with a slice of pi pie, we’re celebrating this year’s Pi Day with two new souvenirs. The first souvenir is inspired by the groups of people who have an irrational love for irrational numbers. Just attend an event, including CITO or a Mega-Event on Pi Day and you’ll earn this souvenir. The second souvenir celebrates the mystery of pi—to earn it, log a “Found It” on a Mystery Cache on March 14.

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