Tri-Community Easter plans hopping along! Events planned for Mammoth, San Manuel and Oracle

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The Easter Bunny will be making his usual stops in the Tri-Community this year.

He will be in Mammoth on Saturday, April 19, to leave lots of colorful eggs for the kiddies to find at the annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Mammoth Little League Field. The hunt is slated to start promptly at 10 a.m. Children are encouraged to bring their parents to the event.

Following his appearance in Mammoth, Mr. E. Bunny will hop down the road for a date at the El Centro Youth Center’s third annual Easter Blast! There will be an eggs-tra special Easter Egg Hunt as well as raffles, games, food vendors and informational booths. The Center is located at 321 S. Avenue B, San Manuel (at the site of the old Avenue B Elementary School).

Mr. Bunny gets only a small break in between events this weekend. He barely has time to catch his breath before hopping out to deliver Easter Eggs to all the good boys and girls of the world. He will take a tiny bit of time away from his busy schedule to leave eggs for the kids in Oracle at the Oracle Union Church’s annual Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday, April 20. The church bell rings promptly at 10 a.m. so don’t be late. The church’s egg hunt is for children ages 9 and under. All children are welcome to come hunt for wrapped candy and prizes. This is the ninth year for the egg hunt.

Unfortunately, with all the growing population of the world, this means less and less time to be spent in delivering eggs and hiding them for Mr. E. Bunny, so he is seeking helpful volunteers who love to put a smile on the face of young children.

To lend a hand at the Mammoth event, please call the San Pedro Valley Lions Club at 520-487-2000. To help out at the El Centro Youth Center’s Easter Blast, call 520-385-3028. For more information or to lend a hand or donation at the Oracle Union Church, please call the church office 520-896-2544.

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