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Hint to get you started: the first Blue Boy icon is on this page in the 75th Anniversary Fun Fact.
Other Rules and Limitations
Rules and Limitations:
1. All volunteer and AVSA staff working on the Cyber Convention website are ineligible to participate in Scavenger Hunt.
2. The winner must use the prize for the AVSA Convention in Little Rock, Arkansas, scheduled for May 2022.
3. The winner may not transfer or share the prize with anyone else.
4. If the winner is unable to use the prize, they will not be awarded the cash value. This is a use-or-lose prize with no substitutions or modifications.
Win a FREE REGISTRATION PACKAGE to attend the 2022 AVSA Convention in Little Rock, Arkansas, valued at $165!
The winner will be selected from the 33 qualified submissions. in the
AVSA Cyber Diamond Celebration Society Awards & Installation of Officers
Saturday, June 5, 2021 at 7:00 pm CDT
Commercial growing of African violets in the United States began in 1926. ‘Blue Boy’ was one of the “Original Ten” African violets hybrids sold in the United States by Armacost and Royston of West Los Angeles, California. ‘Blue Boy’ is probably the most well-known of the early hybrids. It is still being grown and was the origin for numerous other hybrids, mostly notably ‘Blue Girl’ which was the first violet to have what is now called “girl foliage.”
List of qualified Scavenger Hunt submissions:
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Scavenger Hunt Secret Words and Locations
Scavenger Hunt Secret Word and Locations