Ravenna Park 2011 Easter Egg Hunt

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The 34th Annual Ravenna Park Egg Hunt in the Park will be held On April 24th in "Little Park" on Easter Sunday at 2:30 rain or shine. If you have a child participating, bring a dozen plastic eggs, filled with candy, coins, sticker, or other treats (no nuts, please) to the Coleman's House at 311 19th Ave NE before 6 PM on Saturday April 23rd. 

2011 Ravenna Park Easter Egg Hunt

With your eggs please include the form which is available here: The Egg Hunt Form.

You can help hide eggs, make a donation for the "Golden Eggs," or volunteer to be the Easter Bunny next year.

Come join the neighbors this Sunday for a good time in the Little Park.

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Sheila Newton Team Anderson & Greenville SC
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I love to hide Easter eggs...I find it much easier to find them if I am the one that hid them

Apr 19, 2011 05:09 PM #1
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Looks like fun!  I am feeling a little empty-nesty this year, no kids or grandkids around.  More candy for me, though!

Glenn, I think you should be the Easter Bunny next year.  Craig Rutman probably has a costume you can borrow.

When my girls were little, I overheard them talking about the Easter Bunny, and one said "who is really the Easter Bunny - Dad?"   The other said, 'No, silly, mom is the Easter Bunny - Daddy is the Good Fairy!"

Evidently, one had seen him sneak a $5 under their pillow, got him confused with the Tooth Fairy.  :)

Apr 20, 2011 02:36 PM #2
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Glenn Roberts
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Sheila - The edge.

Virginia - We're empty in the est too and the local grandson will be 14 soon. Candy is good.

Apr 20, 2011 03:33 PM #3
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I don't ever remember going to an Easter Egg Hunt.  This looks like fun.

Apr 20, 2011 05:22 PM #4
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Glenn Roberts
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Jeane - It usually rains, but everyone has fun. This year I'll be out of town (looking for sun) so it will probably be quite lovely.

Apr 20, 2011 05:26 PM #5
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Kristine Ginsberg
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Glenn - my parents used to take us to a town Easter egg hunt and I loved it. I did the same with my son when he was younger, but know at 23, I'd have to stick $10. bills inside the eggs to get him to do it! By the way - you are just too clever! ;=)

Apr 20, 2011 06:00 PM #6
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Glenn Roberts
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Kristine - Hard boiled eggs were quite a concept, once. I don't know how that started, but, plastic? A symbol of what? And now, $10 plastic eggs. Happy meals for two, I guess.

Apr 21, 2011 02:56 AM #7
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Hello Glenn. It’s that time of year again... when the Easter Bunny’s helpers hide lots of treat-filled eggs. Great localism post! (I need to post about Murrieta’s “Spring EGGstravaganza” being held this Saturday.)

Apr 21, 2011 08:43 AM #8
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Bill - Spring brings out the best in us, or at least it brings us out.

Apr 21, 2011 09:10 AM #9
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