Independence Bank hosting scavenger hunt during Christmas at Panther Creek

November 28, 2020 | 12:08 am

Updated November 28, 2020 | 12:09 am

Photo from Daviess County Fiscal Court

Daviess County Parks and Recreation has partnered with Independence Bank to create a scavenger hunt during the annual Christmas lights display at Panther Creek Park.

An “Indy the Eagle” Scavenger Hunt allows families to interact with the display, and they have the opportunity to enter in a drawing for a chance to win an iPad Air.

Families can visit the Christmas lights display now through Jan. 2. As they drive through the setup, they will use a provided map to identify all the mascots spread throughout.


Once completed, the map can be turned in to Independence Bank on Frederica Street, or the parks department office at 221 Allen Street for a chance to win an iPad Air during a drawing on Jan. 3.

Maps can be picked up at the park entrance, or printed in advance by visiting

Kyle Aud, Senior Vice President at Independence Bank said they have partnered with the parks and recreation department on the annual Fourth of July Fireworks Show at Panther Creek for several years, but like many events in 2020 it was canceled due to COVID-19.

“The bank decided that it’s important for our community to still find ways to still celebrate this year, and stop saying canceled,” Aud said. “Christmas at Panther Creek Park was the perfect way to do that. We wanted to carry over that excitement into this event, so we created the Indy the Eagle scavenger hunt as a fun addition that families can do from the comfort of their car while giving them the opportunity to still enjoy the Christmas season.”

November 28, 2020 | 12:08 am

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