Alternative egg hunt offered
Last updated 3/24/2021 at 12:20pm
With the Lions Club's annual Easter egg hunt canceled this year, kids can take part in an "Alternative Egg Hunt" next week in which 26 different homes in Electric City will participate.
Those homes will display colored paper eggs with letters on them in their windows starting Sunday, March 28 until Saturday, April 3. It's organized by Shannon Hitchcock of the Faith Community Church.
Kids can go around the Electric City area south of Coulee Boulevard and east of Gold Avenue to find all the letters of the alphabet on the "letter eggs" displayed in the windows. At the bottom of each egg will be a written word.
On an "Alphabet Egg Hunt" sheet of paper, kids can write those words in a space corresponding to each letter of the alphabet, which together will reveal a hidden message. Kids can turn in their completed sheet at the church on Saturday, April 3, from noon to 2 p.m. for a prize.
That letter sheet is available at the Grand Coulee Dam Area Chamber of Commerce at 17 Midway, Grand Coulee, Hitchcock said.
It's also downloadable at a link here in this story online.