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Free Easter Egg Hunt Held at Lucy Park

Everyone is invited to join the Parks & Recreation Department for the City's annual Easter Egg Hunt, Saturday, March 21st at 3:00 p.m. in Lucy Park, behind the large pavilion next to the log cabin and swimming pool.     

Children will be able to search for thousands of individually wrapped Easter candy that will be scattered over the grounds in two designated areas: one for children four and under, and the other for children ages five through second grade. 

Members of the University Kiwanis Club, the sponsor of the event, and Parks and Recreation staff will provide supervision.

As an added treat, there will be 50 specially marked eggs that can be used to claim a variety of fun Easter prizes. Children should bring a basket or sack for the hunt and arrive early to meet the Easter Bunny. 

In case of inclement weather the event will take place on March 28th. For more information please contact the Recreation Division at  (940) 761- 7490. 


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