The Orange Lions Club’s 53rd annual Easter Egg Hunt will take place this Saturday, April 4 from 12-2:30 p.m. at the Orange Fairgrounds OR inside the High Plains Community Center Gym.
The popular event includes free face painting, coffee and popcorn.
The Easter Bunny will arrive at 12:30 p.m. Additional activities include face painting and coffee beginning at noon. The Easter Egg Hunt is divided into four groups, to ensure that every child has an equal chance to collect the thousands of chocolate eggs that will be scattered.
The four groups are: Pre-School through Kindergarten; 1st & 2nd grade; 3rd & 4th grade; and 5th & 6th grade. More than 10,000 chocolate eggs will be distributed during the hunt. In addition, many prizes will be awarded to children in the above four categories for finding specially marked eggs.
An adult must accompany all participating children. Each child should bring a bag or basket to collect eggs. Parents may wish to bring a camera for a picture of their child with the Easter Bunny. Please note that parking for this event should be on paved parking areas only.
Lion Nick Bencivengo is the Chairman of this year’s event. Anyone who wishes to contribute prizes or make a donation toward the purchase of prizes for this traditional community event is asked to contact Nick at 203-901-9062. All contributors and donors will be acknowledged for their generosity at the Easter Egg Hunt.
The Easter Egg Hunt is but one of many community events and activities sponsored by the Orange Lions Club each year. Among other activities are: the annual community Thanksgiving Dinner, the Orange Scholarship Fund, (which awards two $1,000 scholarships to local youths each year), the annual Senior’s Pizza Party plus the Orange Lions provides Community Grants to worthy organizations and government agencies to purchase needed items. The Orange Lions Club makes generous gifts to Case Memorial Library for the purchase of large print books and audio tapes and DVD’s for the sight impaired.
The Orange Lions Club also sponsors the Foundation High School Leo Club (Lions youth group) for special needs youth. The Lions also provide needed funds for the support of eye research, training of Fidelco guide dog for the blind, Lions low vision centers which provide vision aids to the sight impaired at cost, Connecticut Radio Information Systems, and Camp Hemlocks for disabled children. The Lions motto is “We Serve.”
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