Divide The Group Into Teams And Have Each Team Prepare A Dish With One Secret Ingredient Which The Other Teams Have To Guess.
With consideration to health concerns of the participants, you can even have eating competitions like kids do! You can add more words and corresponding actions to make the game more interesting. Similarly, if a team happens to come across a fairy picture on their way, they earn points. Tug of war is one very popular outdoor team game for adults and kids alike. A variant of this game is to have maps as clues. The teams need to stand on opposite sides of a rope. The teams are given a fixed amount of time to do that, after which each team’s egg is dropped from a height. A slight variant of this race is to have the participants complete a set of tasks waiting for them along a path and the first one to finish them all, wins. If you say “land”, they should jump a step backward; and if you say “mountains”, they should make two jumps backward. When on Tailgating Games a large area, you can pitch small sign boards at different locations, reaching which, teams earn or lose points.
will hold its annual Take Back the Night walk on April 22. The walk will start at 7 p.m. at the Fort Morgan Fire Hall, with people walking to City Park and Fort Morgan Library & Museum. Stories from survivors of sexual assault likely will be shared as part of the awareness-raising event. Second annual Faith 5K set for Saturday in FM Christ Congregational Church will hold its second annual Faith 5K on April 23 at the church at 730 Ensign St.
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