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Venue change works well for Easter egg hunt

April 20, 2014

Photo by Becky Polaski Participants in the 10-12-year-old age group race to gather Easter eggs on the Diamond during the Boys and Girls Club of St. Marys' annual Easter egg hunt on Saturday morning.

The Boys and Girls Club of St. Marys held their annual Easter egg hunt for area youngsters on Saturday morning, and this year's event featured a venue change that brought it closer to the club itself.
John Benjamin, Executive Director of the Boys and Girls Club of St. Marys, explained that, in the past, the annual Easter egg hunt, which is free and open to the public, has been held at Memorial Park. This year, in an effort to encourage more people to visit the club, which is located along North St. Marys Street along the Diamond, and see what all it has to offer, he hoped to hold the hunt at that location.

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