· There will be one winner per year, per treasure hunt.
· Winner must be a Utah student currently enrolled in a secondary grade (7-12).
· The Scholarship will be a one time donation of $2,100 to a Utah Education Savings Plan
· If the winning student already has a UESP account the money will be donated to the student’s account.
· If the winning student does not have a UESP account one will be made in their name with the money added to it.
· To learn more about how Utah Education Savings Plans work, click here.
· This will be an annual scholarship for at least five years. This year the treasure hunt will be in northern Utah.
· Beginning Saturday April 22nd a clue will be given on the “Sharry’s Treasure” Twitter and Instagram pages along with a quote, painting or idea that Sharry cherished.
· Every Saturday morning after the 22nd a slightly more specific clue will be given until a qualifying student finds the treasure.
· The treasure will be hidden somewhere in the Wasatch mountains in a little box (more specific description of the container may or may not be given in a later clue)
· The treasure will not be completely buried.
· Students are reminded to exercise caution and safety first in all activities. It is strongly recommended to not search alone. Bring along a parent or friend. The treasure will not be hidden in a location that places students physically at risk.
· When the treasure is found by a qualifying student (current grade 7-12) they must post a picture with the treasure and secret message on either Instagram or Twitter.
· Students must be able to verify that they are in fact a student enrolled in grade 7-12
· The winning student must agree to have their photograph posted on social media as recognition of their treasure hunt skills and promotion for following years
· If two students find it together I will divide the $2,100 into two separate $1,050 accounts.
· At that point I will contact the student to make arrangements for $2,100 and the UESP account.
· If you have questions please contact through Twitter or Instagram
· For additional insights into this scholarship and the life and legacy Sharry left behind you can read more at her blog http://www.lovesharred.com/p/sharrys-scholarship.html