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Lower Township Hosts Annual Easter Egg Hunt

By Press Release

VILLAS – Local youngsters are invited to hunt for Easter eggs March 24, at 10 a.m., on the grounds of Freeman Douglass Memorial Park. 
The event is recommended for toddlers up to children in the fourth grade. Children are divided into age groups to hunt for eggs in their own area. Eggs are filled with goodies and golden tickets that can be redeemed for special prizes. Bring your own baskets or receive a bag to keep all the treasures in.
Come enjoy inflatables one half hour before and after the Easter Egg Hunt, along with music. A visit from the Easter bunny completes the day.
The rain date for this event is March 25, at 1 p.m.
For more information, call the Department of Parks and Recreation at 609-886-7880 ext. 0, or visit the township’s website at townshipoflower.org.

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