Candy For EEA Egg Hunt Still Accepted | Ksst Radio

Candy For EEA Egg Hunt Still Accepted

East End Allegiance Our Youth is still accepting candy and candy-filled eggs to be hidden for their April 13 Easter egg hunt at Pacific Park.

Ultimately, the group would like to have 1,000 candy-filled eggs to hide for children at Buford Park on April 13. Eggs can be dropped off at Vanna’s Pop Up Shop 233 Linda Drive, Suite F, on Saturdays. To make arrangements for pick up call Whitney Rolandat 903-348-8725.

All Sulphur Springs youth are invited to participate in this community event, not just neighborhood children, EEA officers said.

Additional questions may be directed to 972-802-8705.
Donations may also be made at Alliance Bank for EEA Our Youth, a 501c3 nonprofit organization.

Author: Faith Huffman

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