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Treasure hidden in Chandler hospitals San Marcos fi sh fry continues
Hidden treasure isn’t normally the reason All-you-can-eat crunchy shrimp and lightly battered fi sh fi lets accompanied by
people go to a hospital. Then again, the a fresh buffet salad bar can be had for only $11.95 during any Fresh Catch Friday
phrase “hidden treasure,” never sounded Fish Fry at the award-winning AJ’s Restaurant at the Crowne Plaza San Marcos Golf
realistic – until now. Resort. The new Fresh Catch Friday, which debuted earlier this month, continues
Geocaching, a treasure hunt for anyone to be served from 5 to 9 p.m. every Friday including June 26 and July 3.
armed with a handheld Global Positioning “We’ve worked hard to offer what we feel will be the East Valley’s fi nest Friday
System (GPS) unit, has made the once Fish Fry value,” says San Marcos’ Executive Chef Rosales. “Our all-you-can-eat
childhood ambition a reality, and in style buffet will include two fresh fried fi sh fi let offerings each week. These entrees
Arizona, Chandler Regional Medical and will change from week to week so that we can offer the freshest fi sh available.
Mercy Gilbert hospitals are now two X’s on We are also including all-you-can-eat crispy shrimp. It will be a crispy, crunchy,
TECHNO TREASURE: GPS helps treasure
hunters locate booty buried at Chandler
delicious way to celebrate Friday!”
The idea is to locate hidden containers, Regional and Mercy Gilbert medical In addition to the fi sh fry, the San Marcos offers: a Sunday Jazz Brunch Buffet
called geocaches, which are placed
served 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday Prime Time Prime Rib Special ($11.95) served 5
somewhere outdoors. Longitude and latitude coordinates pinpoint the location. to 9 p.m. and the 1912 Dinner Classics ($9.95) served 5 to 6:30 p.m. Sunday through
Adventure seekers then use their GPS to hone in on the item and discover the prize. Friday.
More than 250 people have found a cache called “CHW” hidden somewhere The Crowne Plaza San Marcos Golf Resort is located at 1 S. San Marcos Place
on the grounds of Chandler Regional, and 220 people have logged their visit after in historic downtown Chandler. AJ’s Restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch
fi nding the “Oh, Mercy” cache hidden at Mercy Gilbert. and dinner seven days a week. For information or to make reservations call
Once geocachers have found the treasure, which could be hidden in anything 480-857-4422.
from an old ammunition box to fi lm canisters and contain various small items
such as pencils or small toys, they are able to share their hunting experience with Deadline nears for painted wine glass contest
an online community.
There are currently thousands of active geocaches in Arizona. Information
June 30 is the deadline to decorate a di Sciacca wine glass with any washable
needed to take part in this safe, family-friendly activity can be found at
paint and have a chance at it being reproduced for holiday sales.
The 3rd Annual di Sciacca Painted Holiday Wine Glass contest is under way,
and glasses may be picked up at the retailer in historic downtown Chandler. No
sequins or feathers may be added, and glasses must be turned in by 7 p.m. the 30th.
Chick-fi l-A offers summer fun
The grand prize winner receives $500 cash.
From July 1-31, di Sciacca customers vote for their favorites. The winner or
A “Splash into Summer” event is hosted by Chick-fi l-A at Chandler’s Crossroads
winners are announced at the August 5 Downtown Chandler Art Walk, and
Towne Center from 4 to 8 p.m. Thu., June 25.
reproductions are made to sell during the Christmas holiday season. All of the
Participants are invited to bring a towel and prepare to get wet on a waterslide.
proceeds of the sale of the winning glasses goes to ICAN, a Chandler nonprofi t
The restaurant also hosts a Family Night every Monday night, with one kids’
offering after school youth programs. Last year there were 67 entries, with several
meal free with every combo ordered at regular price.
from out of state.
Chick-fi l-A is located at 2900 E. Germann Rd. in Chandler on the northwest
Located at 81 W. Boston St., di Sciacca is west of Arizona Avenue. For details,
corner of Germann and Gilbert roads. Call 480-812-1717.
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