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The bride wore flip-flops

Bachelorette-party scavenger hunts are casual, but competitive

Raena Ketch (right) and Melissa Robinson, friends of bride-to-be Michaelle Messias, take off in search of scavenger-hunt items. Raena Ketch (right) and Melissa Robinson, friends of bride-to-be Michaelle Messias, take off in search of scavenger-hunt items. (Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff)
By Natalie Southwick
Globe Correspondent / September 4, 2010

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The young man stood behind a desk in the middle of 3 Post Office Square’s cluttered, mid-renovation entryway, holding up a pair of black boxer-briefs and smiling hesitantly at the four women clutching a digital camera. The elevator doors across from him suddenly slid open and a security guard exited, then halted when she saw the odd scene. (Full article: 1039 words)

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