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Easter egg hunt planned

An Easter egg hunt will start at 11 a.m. at the North San Juan firehouse on April 8, Easter Sunday, followed by a free lunch at 1 p.m.

“Every child will get a prize” at the hunt, which will consist of three cases of eggs, event hostess Claire Grondona said.

It will be the fifth annual Easter meal the North San Juan resident will serve. It will go on, Grondona said, despite heart and lung problems that require her to use a wheelchair and breathe from an oxygen tank much of the time.

She needs donations for the main course. “I would love chickens and hams and turkeys,” Grondona said. The Food Bank will supply trimmings, and Grondona has volunteer cooks, but guests are welcome to bring side dishes.

The North San Juan Fire Protection District is offering the use of the hall, and the Fire Auxiliary is donating paper plates and napkins, she said.

For more information, call Grondona at 292-1934.


To contact City Editor Trina Kleist, e-mail trinak@theunion.com or call477-4230.

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