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ertyu: Retrieved the remainder of the cache contents. Archiving since the spot has seen its day come and go, and so has the district. If you wish to enter the contest, find the remaining 5 Lotto caches and email a 6th number.

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Lotto 6/49 - District 5

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Hidden : 8/6/2006
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

5th of 6 caches in the Lotto 6/49 cache series. South End Water Pollution Control Center. One of 3 such centers for the city. Also found in the area is a Model Airport and a winter snow dump.

At each cache log a number between 1 and 49. The set of 6 numbers from the 6 caches form your entry into the draw.

It is important that you log your number into the physical cache log and your online log.

The last draw took place on September 15, 2006. If you found some but not all of the caches prior to this date, you can continue building an entry by visiting the remaining caches. If you were entered into the drawing after finding all 6 caches and wish to enter the next drawning, simply revisit each of the caches and log a new number in the logbook and online.

Next drawing date to be determined.

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