Park to fill up with 4,000 Easter eggs on Saturday
The annual Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by the Eagles Auxiliary and the Imperial Chamber of Commerce will be held this Saturday at Campbell Park.
Reports from the organizers indicate 4,000 eggs, will be hidden throughout the park. Most will be candy-filled but some will have quarters inside provided by local banking institutions.
Youngsters will hunt for the eggs in age groups as follows:
Toddlers to two years—Sand playground area on west end of park by golf course.
Three and four-year-olds—Outfield of baseball field.
Five and six-year-olds—Area at base of water tower.
First and second graders—East part of park.
Organizers ask parents bringing children to use the south entrance on West 6th St.
In case of poor weather Saturday, the hunt will be rescheduled the following Saturday, April 4, at 1 p.m.