Las Vegas, NV) — A Las Vegas resident is making the most of Nevada’s stay-at-home order.
Realtor and mother of 3, Kamelia Kohlmeier is starting a “bear hunt”.
Here’s how it works.
Families are placing teddy bears in their front yard or window.
They can then walk the neighborhood and try to spot bears at other homes.
Kohlmeier says it’s a great way for families to get outside and have fun, all while maintaining social distance.
“I was inspired by a news article from Tulare, CA that did this activity in their neighborhood” says Kohlmeier. “We have great neighbors and we’re lucky to be surrounded by great families in our Desert Shores area that would like to get out of the house for a little family walk. However, I campaigning to get ALL of Las Vegas to do this”.
Kamelia and her husband David are posting flyers in and around Las Vegas as well as posting the “bear hunt” on social media. “Anything that is positive during this difficult time makes life better. Anyone can get on board by putting a teddy bear in their window to show support. We are really excited to see all Clark County residents get involved.” said Kamelia. ” Many families are going stir crazy staying inside. This is just a nice idea for kids to get outside and get some fresh air while having fun with their parents”.