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Candy-filled eggs will be hidden on the grounds of the Frank House on Saturday, April 23, for the second annual Easter egg hunt.
The Easter egg hunt, which is hosted by the Junior Friends of the Frank House, will begin at 1:30 p.m. at the Frank House. The Frank House is located on the University of Nebraska at Kearney West Campus.
“Children are invited to hunt our lawns and gardens for candy-filled eggs,” said Sarah Jones, Frank House director. In addition, designated hidden eggs will have additional prizes. A donation of $2 per child is requested in order to participate.
Members of the Junior Friends of the Frank House are Kearney-area eighth graders Catherine Allen, Tia Bauman, Emily Hardage, Breanna Hiner and Rebecca Kirk.
Tours of the house will also be given during the event.The Easter egg hunt is one in a series of Saturdays at the Frank House events. For more information on Saturdays at the Frank House events, visit:www.unk.edu/offices/frankhouse.