The big hunt for the eggs will begin at 1:30 pm on Easter Sunday. There will be lots of real eggs (60 dozen of them) and lots of plastic eggs with coins inside. One special prize egg will be hidden for each of six age groups. When the prize egg with a note inside is turned in, the finder wins a special prize.
Parents of egg-hunters: please do not arrive at the fairgrounds too early — allow the Lions enough time to hide the eggs.
All local children from preschool age through third grade are welcome to hunt for the Easter eggs. The preschool group will be divided into two sections – one for preschoolers without helpers and another for younger preschoolers with helpers.
This is a great photo-op for parents, grandparents and other relatives and friends.
The 60 dozen real eggs will be boiled and colored by the Delta Lions at the Lions Scout House on the Alaska Highway on Saturday, April 15 starting about 9am.
For more information, call Lion President Dana Mock (907-750-1004).
Thanks to Gayle and Ed Larson of IGA Food Cache for donating the 60 dozen real eggs.