It's Easter time

The Easter bunny is coming, and besides delivering his baskets, he will spread his Easter eggs in secret, hidden spots for children to find.

The Carson Valley Active 20-30 Club has been helping the Easter bunny by dying 400 dozen Easter eggs and scattering them throughout Lampe Park. But, they won't be there until Easter and you won't be able to hunt for them until that afternoon.

The annual Easter Egg Hunt, that has become a tradition for the 20-30 club, has a shotgun start at 1 p.m., with three different age groups.

The organization raises funds for special needs children in Douglas County. Proceeds made support organizations that include, but are not limited to: Douglas County Parks & Recreation programs, Miss Douglas County Organization, Douglas County 4-H Dragon Club, Douglas County Little League, Carson Valley Girls Softball, Purple Ribbon Coalition, Family Support Council, Kid's Fishing Derby, Project Santa Claus, Child Spree, American Youth Soccer Organization and Court Appointed Special Advocates.

The Carson Valley Active 20-30 Club is a non-profit organization under the Internal Revenue Code and donations are tax deductible (contact your tax advisor).

For information, contact event chairman Carson Valley Active 20-30 Club Vice President Tom Kerley at or 690-2435.


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