The egg hunt is slated for Saturday at noon at the Lottie Jenks Memorial Park. The Easter Bunny also will make an appearance during the egg hunt.
According to hunt organizers, the Lakin Correctional Facility Community Crew helped the town fill the 4,000 eggs needed for the upcoming egg hunt.
Those who are unable to attend the Mason egg hunt or simply want to take part in more Easter fun, can do so with the City of Point Pleasant’s egg hunt, scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday, April 23 at Harmon Park. Egg hunt organizers encourage parents to bring the children 15 minutes early as parking is at a minimum. According to Denny Bellamy, CVB executive director, the hunt is projected to last only 10 minutes, which is why children should arrive on time. This egg hunt is hosted and organized by the Point Pleasant Presbyterian Church.
The Town of New Haven also will host their Easter Egg Hunt on April 23. The event, which is sponsored by the town and the New Haven Women’s Club, is slated for 10 a.m. at the New Haven Library.