CLARKSVILLE, IN (WAVE) – The Clarksville Fire Department and Clarksville Parks will team up to distribute over 10,000 Easter eggs on Easter Sunday.
Kids will still get a chance to get their candy in Clarksville neighborhoods–firefighters will drive through the city handing out eggs to children along the way. They will keep going until they run out of eggs.
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KALAMAZOO, MI — Kids of all ages raced to find colorful Easter eggs at Mayors Riverfront Park Saturday. The communitys annual egg hunt was held Saturday, April 20, at the park, located at 251 Mills St. Hosted by Kzoo Parks and the Kalamazoo Jaycees, the event was offered free to families with children 9 and under. For the egg hunt, children were sent off to gather eggs by age groups, with toddlers and younger children first, followed by ages 4-6 and the bigger kids, ages 6-9.
“Were spending our possibly last Easter here in Oak Ridge”, said Elizabeth Weathers, mother of one of the participants.