Visiting teen finds geocaching one of Rockford’s attractions

Jack Kison, 14, with his grandmother Jill Mackie, was proud to find his first geocache at The Rockford Squire newspaper office on Wednesday, April 14. Kison, who was visiting Rockford for spring break, found the microcache after some searching. It is ironic that the very first geocache he has ever found is located at the town’s oldest business, established February 8, 1871. There are plenty of fun geocaches in and around Rockford. Find them at geocaching.com.

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