Driftwood Park in New Brighton will be the site of the 26th annual Rotary Club Egg Hunt.  The event is sponsored by the New Brighton / Mounds View Rotary Club.  The egg hunt is open to all children ages 1 month to 7 years of age.  Over 5000 plastic eggs filled with 400 pounds of jellybeans wait the egg hunters.  Some eggs will have prize tickets in them, which are redeemed for a variety of treasures.
The hunt is divided into 4 age groups; each child has the opportunity to gather candy filled eggs.  The age groups are: 1-24 months, 2-3 years old, 4-5 years old and 6-7 years old.  Please bring a basket or bag in which the children can collect their eggs.
Driftwood Park is located just west of Silver Lake Road on 5th Street SW in New Brighton.  The Egg Hunt is Saturday, April 4 and begins sharply at 11:30 AM.  It takes the egg hunters only minutes to gather up all the eggs.  So, don’t be a minute late!
Parking is available on the street and in the Salem Covenant church parking lot.  There is a small parking area just west of the park.
The Rotary Club will be collecting non-perishable food items for the local Ralph Reed Food Shelf.  Please bring what you can for this important cause.
The Easter Bunny will take a few minutes of his busy schedule to make an appearance at this year’s hunt.  Bring your camera.
Rotarians at the CPY luncheon.