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Colorful Easter eggs to ‘bloom’ in Imperial Saturday at city park PDF Print E-mail

By Carolyn Lee
The Imperial Republican

The Imperial city park will present a colorful face Saturday, as Easter eggs will be sprinkled over the grass. The annual Easter egg hunt, sponsored by the Imperial Chamber of Commerce, the Imperial Eagles Aerie and the Imperial Eagles Auxiliary, will begin at 1 p.m. on Saturday.
Parents are asked to use the south entrance to the park. One and two-year olds will be at the sand playground on the west end; three and four-year olds will be at the ball field outfield; five and six-year olds will be in the area around the water tower; and first and second graders will be at the east end of the park.
Construction at the east end should not cause any problems, according to Sue Moore of the Chamber.
The Easter Bunny will make an appearance, so parents are urged to bring cameras. There will be no formal sitting with the bunny.
The rain or snow date for the egg hunt will be April 3.

 

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