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KanOkla Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt

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Event# 620-845-5682

Event Details

Friday Ages ------ 9-12
Friday at ----8:30 p.m.-------

Flashlights will be provided
An adult must accompany children
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Saturday -----10:00 a.m.--------
KanOkla headquarters

-----Ages up to and including 8 years old-----

An adult must accompany children

KanOkla Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt

Address : KanOkla Headquarters Caldwell KS
Phone : 620-845-5682   (Always call and confirm events.)

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