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Easter Egg Hunt this Saturday; snow date set next weekend PDF Print E-mail
    Imperial’s annual Easter Egg Hunt will be held this Saturday, starting at 1 p.m. at various locations in the city park.
    There are four age divisions, all which will meet at different locations at the park.
    Toddlers up to two years of age will meet at the sand playground area, west of the baseball field near the golf course fence.
    Three and four-year-olds will collect eggs in the ball field’s outfield.
    Those age five to six will meet in the area around the water tower.
    First and second graders will meet in the east area of the park.
    The Imperial Eagles and Auxiliary cooperate with the Imperial Chamber of Commerce in the hunt. Eggs filled with goodies will be hidden throughout the park.
    The Easter Bunny will be at the park for the hunt to visit with children.
    Parents are encouraged to use the south entrance to the park on West 6th Street when bringing children for the hunt.
    It will start promptly at 1 p.m., so egg hunters need to be on time, organizers said.
    If weather is bad this Saturday, the Easter Egg Hunt will be held Saturday, April 11.

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