Free Easter egg hunt Saturday at Swiftel

Jeannie Matthews
April 20, 2019

Easter is a little less than a week away, which means the 4th annual Marquette City-Wide Easter Egg Hunt has officially begun.

The Children's Charity of Greater Binghamton were joined by dozens of volunteers today at Peterson's Tavern to stuff Easter Eggs.

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Oakman Mayor Cory Franks said DJ Michael Warren will provide entertainment, and the Easter Bunny will take photos with children, free of charge. Please be aware that some of the candy found at the event may contain peanuts. With pails and baskets in hand, they were ready to collect as numerous 1,000 colored plastic eggs filled with Hershey's Kisses as possible.

Hopping in for breakfast, the Easter bunny was the guest of honour at the Fort Erie Optimist Club on April 13. They must also weigh less than 5 pounds total.

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Saturday April 20 from 10 a.m.to 2 p.m.

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Six-year-old Eloise Hallquist said she too came to the egg hunt, which drew about 100 people, to see her neighbors. The hunt was organized and sponsored by the Point Pleasant Presbyterian Church. An evening service at The Riverwalk will also take place at 6:30 p.m.

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