LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) -

The Riverfest Medallion was found Tuesday night, after just three clues were released.

Marina Tofstad and her 9-year-old daughter Gloria found the medallion in the shrubs near the flag pole at La Crosse Central High School.

This was Marina’s third year searching and Gloria’s first. They noticed the medallion while walking to Festival Foods.

La Crosse's Riverfest run July 2nd through July 5th. Marina and Gloria won a $200 prize package,  including tickets to the Riverfest Commodore Banquet and All Fest party, along with collectible pin(s), food vouchers, and Riverfest buttons.

Here are the clues that were released and their explanation:

Clue #3 (June 3rd)
So, you think you know, well maybe you do.
Let’s see where you are after this clue.
A most famous person has come into view,
But to you – I bet – his name is new.
His ventures were something to behold
In 1899 he could see a glimmer of gold.
Where are you now, you smarty pants,
I have fooled you again if you’re picnicking with ants!

[Refers to Central HS Flag Pole which is the current
Location of the CHS Memorial Day Service.  Also, the old flag
Pole dedicated to Civil War Veterans in Weigant Park.]

Clue #2 (June 2nd)
The colors of freedom stand for Hero’s sake,
For fighters of glory in war’s wake
And honor we do, those who fight,
To protect our freedom in the Dawn’s Early Light.
Hand on heart or ceremonial salute,
Give thanks for all who pass wearing a soldier’s suit.

[Refers to Central HS Flag Pole which is the current
Location of the CHS Memorial Day Service.  Also, the old flag
Pole dedicated to Civil War Veterans in Weigant Park.]

Clue #1 (June 1st)
The ground has thawed and flowers grow.
It’s that time of year to say 1,2,3…go,
Riverfest Searchers in La Crosse Abound.
The 2014 Riverfest Medallion can now be found.
But have you read the rules, do you have a map,
Find a veteran hunter whose memory you can tap.

[Welcome to the first Cue. This clue refers to
Reading the instructions and also that the
Medallion is in the City of La Crosse. This year,
Someone with a history or memory of La Crosse can be of help.
Also, the idea of the location, comes from Memorial Day,
Honoring our veterans.]

For more information about Riverfest, visit its website at riverfestlacrosse.com.