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WomenHeart Hinesville hosts Itty-Bitty Hinesville Scavenger Hunt
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HINESVILLE, Ga. (May 10, 2021) – Pull out your magnifying glasses Hinesville, because it’s time for the Itty-Bitty Hinesville Scavenger Hunt!

WomenHeart Hinesville, an organization dedicated to the promotion of healthy habits and educating women in Liberty County about the dangers and signs of heart disease, is working with its partners to host the Itty-Bitty Hinesville Scavenger Hunt on May 24 – June 4, 2021.

The hunt is designed both get residents outside and moving, thereby aligning with the organization’s current Exercise is Medicine campaign, and challenge them to identify itty-bitty locations in downtown Hinesville. Using an electronic form, participants will be given photographs of 13 locations and 5 bonus locations around downtown Hinesville. The trick is that these photographs only partially depict different sites in the area and must be identified from what little they do show.

“The Itty-Bitty Hinesville Scavenger Hunt is a way for us to both give the community a fun way to get outside and explore the heart of our city and to help generate excitement around exercising outdoors,” says Sandy Wells, co-founder of the WomenHeart Hinesville organization. “It also goes without saying that this is a way for us to support those who offer so much support to our cause – the Hinesville Business Community. Exercise is Medicine is our 2021 campaign, and we want people to know the benefits exercise has on our bodies. Since we’ve all been stuck inside for the majority of the last twelve months, what better way to begin venturing back into the world and exploring our downtown area – which is in the process of some exciting renovations and changes!”

Participants will be able to view the submission form and itty-bitty locations on the group’s Facebook page beginning Monday, May 24. Each day, WomenHeart Hinesville will also post hints for each location, including bonus locations, on their Facebook and Instagram pages.

Participants may submit entries until 11:59 p.m. on Friday, June 4. Only one entry will be accepted per person and submissions must be completed via the online form. A sign-in to your Google account may be required to complete a submission.

Submissions with all sites correctly identified will be entered into a drawing for prizes from local businesses and organizations all over Liberty County. Winners will be announced and contacted on Wednesday, June 9 with instructions on collecting their prize.

The Itty-Bitty Hinesville Scavenger Hunt is hosted by WomenHeart Hinesville in collaboration with our partners Keep Liberty Beautiful, Liberty Regional Medical Center, Liberty County Schools, Coastal Georgia Public Health and Saga Strategy. The event kicks off on Monday, May 24 and ends at 11:59 p.m. on Friday, June 4. Submission forms will be posted to the WomenHeart Hinesville Facebook page on Monday, May 24. For more information, please contact Sandy Wells at To stay up-to-date on the latest news and events from WomenHeart Hinesville, follow us on Facebook (@WomenHeartHinesville), Instagram (@womenhearthinesville) and Twitter (@WomenHeartHVL).


WomenHeart Hinesville was established in 2018 by Alicia Roberts, a former Liberty Regional Medical Center Cardiac Rehab patient, and Sandra Wells, a Cardiac Rehab nurse with Liberty Regional Medical Center. The groups is dedicated to educating women and the community at-large about the dangers and signs of heart disease, particularly in women, and promoting healthy practices and policies for Liberty County residents of all ages, genders and sexes. We strive for a healthier community for all and base our approach to our work on education and building relationships. We also honor the Alicia Roberts, who sadly passed away in February 2020, in our work and strive to further her vision of a heart healthy Liberty County and state of Georgia.

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