Call it a scavenger hunt for a most unusual prize.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Utah has called on people to help it track down what is believed to be the final, elusive Ten Commandments monument that is likely located on government property.
In an "Action Alert" posted on the ACLU's Web site, www.acluutah.org, the group asks readers to visit local parks and city buildings in search of the monument. Of particular interest, the alert states, are locales in Logan, Brigham City, Hurricane, Midvale, Midway and Tremonton.
The nine monuments were donated to the Utah cities, and many others nationwide, by the Fraternal Order of Eagles during the 1950s, '60s and '70s. Civil-rights attorney Brian Barnard, who is in the process of negotiating removal of the eighth monument from a Pleasant Grove park, said the monuments were donated each year at annual statewide conventions in various ...