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Final $100 pumpkin hunt taking place on Wednesday
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Mike Cassidy, his son Matthew and their dog Hulk discovered the Bulletins hidden pumpkin Saturday morning. - photo by GLENN KAHL

The final Manteca Bulletin golden pumpkin worth $100 is being hidden on Wednesday.

Clues will appear in Wednesday’s Manteca Bulletin.

The fourth $100 pumpkin was found by the father-son team of Mike and Mike Cassidy on Saturday morning at Crossroads Church on Moffat Boulevard.

The clues were:

• They add up to 219: That refers to the number you get when you add nearby Highway 120 and Highway 99 together.

• There is no longer a smell: It is a reference to the old Moffat Feed Lot on Moffat Boulevard that was just west of the 120 Bypass. For years, nothing was built on the land where the church is located due to the smell from the cattle feed lot operation.

• You can see the world: It refers to the massive world that’s part of a fountain in front of the church where the pumpkin was placed.