Fourth Annual Scavenger Hunt Playing Prominent Role Of '918 Day' Celebration

Saturday, September 18th 2021, 9:25 pm
By: McKenzie Gladney

TULSA, Oklahoma -

Today marks Tulsa's Fourth Annual 918 Day.

The day celebrates Tulsa's diversity and growth and some Tulsans celebrated by participating in a citywide scavenger hunt.

"We'll be one of the top teams for sure," said Team Admiral Triplets.

Meet Abby, Amy and Lacy.

They're great friends and together they form Team Admiral Triplets.

They said scavenger hunts is nothing new to them.

"We are big time scavenger hunt nerds. We try to find every single one that we can do and it's a fun way to get out and around town and just have fun," said Team Admiral Triplets

Amy says she's lived in Tulsa her whole life and days like today remind her just how far the city has come.

"It's been a lot of fun growing up here and seeing the city grow. I feel like I've grown with it, " said the team.

The team said it's also an amazing way to discover even more about Tulsa.

"Getting to remind yourself of like, how cool the city is, and go to all the little spots you wouldn't go to everyday is a big part of that and I think it's just a lot of fun," said Team Admiral Triplets.

It's their first time doing the 918 Day Scavenger Hunt together, so today is about making memories and lasting traditions.

"We typically stick with stuff, and you know make traditions around things like this," said the team.

And they said if you saw them on the scavenger hunt today, well, they've probably got you beat.

"We're going to win. Ya'll better watch out," said the team.

The winning team will be announced next week and walk away with Tulsa-themed prizes.