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Egg Hunt to hop into town Saturday
Junior Auxiliarys Easter Egg Hunt will be held this Saturday, April 8, at 10 a.m. The event is free and open to children birth to 10 years old.

Junior Auxiliary will be holding its annual Easter Egg Hunt this Saturday, April 8, at Hickory Creek Elementary. The search begins at 10 a.m.
The event is a community service project by group members and is offered free to children from birth to 10 years old.
“This event is by far our most popular service project,” said Junior Auxiliary member Paige Chastain. “The Easter Egg Hunt draws hundreds of children and their families each year. We anticipate a large crowd again this year.”
Junior Auxiliary members are busy filling over 1,000 eggs with candy. Some of the eggs will not have candy. Instead, they will have tickets that will allow the child to pick from a group of prizes. The prizes are items promoting physical and outdoor activity, such as bikes, games and sports equipment.
During the event, children can have fun while they reap the rewards of Junior Auxiliary’s hard work.
“The ladies of the Junior Auxiliary work very hard to raise money throughout the year so we can hold events like this,” said Chastain. “We are fortunate to have a community that supports us and it’s nice to be able to do something for the community in return.”
There will be snacks available for children. The Easter Bunny will be hopping in and will be available for pictures.