Carbondale Easter Egg Hunt a hit |

Carbondale Easter Egg Hunt a hit

Dear Editor:

Carbondale Recreation would like to thank all of the generous sponsors who made this year’s Town Easter Egg Hunt a hopping good time. The hunt is a free public event with limited funding so we are grateful for all of the support from local businesses. Their donations made it possible for over 200 kids to excitedly hunt for 3,000 stuffed eggs, eagerly hope to win one of ten Easter baskets, and enjoy the opportunity to take their photo with the Easter Bunny.

A big thank you to American National Bank for their generous monetary contribution, as well as two gift baskets for the Easter Basket Raffle. Thank you to American Legion Post 100 for their generous monetary gift as well. We would like to acknowledge both City Market Carbondale and City Market El Jebel, as well as Target in Glenwood, as all three were kind enough to donate gift cards we then used to purchase Easter Baskets for the Raffle. The Floral Boutique donated a beautifully arranged basket for one lucky child to take home. Thank you to the Crystal Theatre for donating two movie passes, and also Sandy’s Office Supply for delivering some tasty chocolate treats. And finally, we would like to thank Moms for Moms Communities for helping to spread the word about the event.

Carbondale Recreation

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