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2nd Annual Eggstravaganza!!!
Wednesday, March 25, 2009 • Posted March 25, 2009

The 2nd annual Mason County Easter Egg hunt will be held on Saturday, April 4th in conjunction with the Mason Child Welfare Hamburger Fundraiser on the courthouse lawn. The Child Welfare Board will have a clown and bounce house for extra entertainment and enjoyment along with a hamburger lunch!

Please bring your children and friends and help support a very precious and worthy cause. Even if you do not have children to bring I recommend coming and watching. These are the cutest, fastest, best bunch of Easter Egg hunters you will find anywhere! The Easter egg hunt is free to all children who want to participate. We will have the Easter Bunny available to take pictures with a $5 fee. All money donated will go to the Mason Child Welfare board.

There was an amazing turn out last year! There were lots of families and children that enjoyed the festivities. It was so much fun watching all of the children run and play! It is a family-friendly environment where you can picnic with your family while also supporting a good cause and participating in a timeless tradition. There were three age groups last year: Pre-K and under, K-2, and 3rd and up. The Mason National Bank, Commercial Bank, First State Bank, and Dollar General graciously made donations last year to provide the Easter eggs and the monies found inside of the Golden Eggs!

This year we will have the age groups broken up again as well as a Golden Egg winner for each age group, but this year SEVERAL of the eggs will be sprinkled with PRIZES.

Please bring your children, grandchildren, neighbors, friends, and family to enjoy what the Great town of Mason has to offer!

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