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Easter egg hunts set for weekend

Gracie Stout, with help from her grandma, Yolanda Stout, helps fill plastic Easter eggs at the Eagles Hall Saturday, April 8. Grangeville Easter egg hunt is set for this Saturday, April 15, 10 a.m., Lions Park, for children ages 1-12. This is sponsored by Grangeville Eagles Auxiliary No. 539 who is accepting donations of cash, candy, eggs and baskets. For questions call Yolanda at 983-2131. Check eggs at the hunt for special prize tickets this year. Donate eggs back to the Eagles at the event for next year’s hunt.

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Gracie Stout, with help from her grandma, Yolanda Stout, helps fill plastic Easter eggs at the Eagles Hall Saturday, April 8. Grangeville Easter egg hunt is set for this Saturday, April 15, 10 a.m., Lions Park, for children ages 1-12. This is sponsored by Grangeville Eagles Auxiliary No. 539 who is accepting donations of cash, candy, eggs and baskets. For questions call Yolanda at 983-2131. Check eggs at the hunt for special prize tickets this year. Donate eggs back to the Eagles at the event for next year’s hunt.



Several Easter egg hunts are set for this weekend for children throughout Idaho County. They include the following:

Cottonwood

   •Cottonwood’s annual Easter egg hunt is set for Cottonwood City Park Saturday, April 15, 10 a.m. This is sponsored by Prairie High School FFA.

Elk City

•An Easter egg hunt, with a dinner to follow, will be held in Elk City on Sunday, April 16.

The egg hunt, sponsored by VFW Auxiliary Post 8311, will be open to all kids and start at 11 a.m., Elk City School playground.

The dinner will start at 1 p.m. at the VFW, sponsored by the Bodden family; they will provide ham, rolls, green beans and dessert. The public is invited and encouraged to bring a side dish. All are welcome.

For information, Nancy Smart, 842-2645.

Ferdinand

•The Ferdinand Easter egg hunt is set for Saturday, April 15, 10 a.m., at the ball field. This is for children birth to 12 years old. Cash donations are welcome to help fund the following year.

Grangeville

•Grangeville Health and Rehabilitation will be hosting a community Easter egg hunt on Friday, April 14, 4:30 p.m., at their facility, 410 E. North 2nd Street. This is open to kids ages 6 and younger. They plan to have on hand about five dozen hard-boiled eggs and around 400 plastic eggs filled with candy. Up to age 3 will hunt eggs in the fenced gazebo area, and ages 4 to 6 will have their event around the building.

•Grangeville Easter egg hunt is Saturday, April 15, 10 a.m., Lions Park, for children ages 1-12. This is sponsored by Grangeville Eagles Auxiliary No. 539 who is accepting donations of cash, candy, eggs and baskets. For questions call Yolanda Stout at 983-2131.

Check eggs at the hunt for special prize tickets this year. Donate eggs back to the Eagles at the event for next year’s hunt.

Greencreek

•Saturday, April 15, 10 a.m., Greencreek will have an Easter egg Hunt on the St. Anthony’s church lawn for children age birth to 12 years. Prizes for each age group.

Kamiah

•Kamiah will hold its Easter egg hunt Saturday, April 15, noon, at Riverfront Park in Kamiah, sponsored by the Kiwanis. EFO (Emergency Feeding Outreach) will have hot dogs and baked goods from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Kooskia

•Kooskia’s annual Easter egg hunt will be held Saturday, April 15, at Kooskia City Park, at 10 a.m., for ages up to 11. Bring a basket. The Easter bunny will be there.

Riggins

•The annual Riggins Easter egg hunt sponsored by the PTO will be held Saturday, April 15, noon, at the Riggins Elementary School playground. Divisions will be baby-2 year olds; 3 year olds-kindergarten; 1st-2nd graders; and 3rd and 4th graders. Special prizes will be awarded and each child will also receive 50 cents in addition to candy, prizes, and money in the eggs. Donate your plastic eggs back to the PTO; they will have plastic bags available.

White Bird

•The annual White Bird Easter egg hunt will be held Saturday, April 15, 10 a.m., at the White Bird Rec District (the old school grounds) for all kiddos ages baby-12 years old. Hot dogs will be available after the hunt.



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