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Easter Egg Hunt

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Event# 402-335-3570

Event Details

The Annual Easter Egg Hunt is held every year on in the City Park, weather permitting. The alternate site is the Baptist Church Activity Center. All area children, toddlers to 6th grade are invited to attend and search for Easter Eggs which contain money, candy and prizes donated by area businesses. If they are lucky enough, they might find the Grand Prize Egg!

Easter Egg Hunt

Address : On the Courthouse Lawn Tecumseh NE
Phone : 402-335-3570   (Always call and confirm events.)

Easter

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