Amazing Race | Glenwood Park

Fifth-graders from Glenwood Park were scattered throughout downtown on Friday May 23rd in an Amazing Race! Students got clues and had challenges from many different locations downtown including: The Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Parkview Field, Cindy's Diner, Coney Island, and many more!

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Glenwood Park students enjoy amazing downtown

Rachel Von | The Journal Gazette
Glenwood Park students, from left, Lucy Brown, 11, Cali Prochaska, 11, and Sadie Schroeder, 11, look at the next clue for the school’s Amazing Race event Friday. Students and their chaperones began at Freimann Square and found clues and completed challenges for points at several locations downtown, including the Allen County Public Library, the Fort Wayne Museum of Art and the Allen County Courthouse.

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