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WinterFest medallion winner at work

Spicer WinterFest Medallion winner Jason Ardoff, who works for Double J Masonry, brushes stone veneer Tuesday at the new Short-Term Stay Therapy Wing at the Bethesda campus in Willmar.

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Spicer WinterFest Medallion winner Jason Ardoff, of Spicer, who works for Double J Masonry, brushes stone veneer Tuesday at the new Short-Term Stay Therapy Wing at the Bethesda campus in Willmar. RAND MIDDLETON | TRIBUNE

Spicer WinterFest Medallion winner Jason Ardoff, who works for Double J Masonry, brushes stone veneer Tuesday at the new Short-Term Stay Therapy Wing at the Bethesda campus in Willmar.

Ardoff discovered the medallion Friday in the baseball grandstand at Green Lake Diamonds to claim the $500 prize.

“It took a while,” he said, noting at least a half-dozen people had used the clues to zero in on the ballpark but had given up. He kept at it and discovered the hidden coin when he got down on his knees and looked into an opening from a short piece of missing floor panel.

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