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March 20, 2013

Scavenger hunts, Easter Egg Scramble planned for Saturday

MOORE — The Moore Parks Department will hold a Golden Egg Scavenger Hunt for families on Saturday.

Seven golden eggs will be hidden around Buck Thomas Park, 1901 NE 12th St. At 7:30 a.m., clues will be posted on the Moore Parks and Recreation Facebook page to help find the eggs.

Only one egg can be turned in per family and individuals can redeem the golden eggs at the Community Center, 301 S. Howard, from 1-6 p.m. Saturday to claim the prize.

Also Saturday, The annual City of Moore Easter Egg Scramble will take place beginning at 10 a.m. with an Easter egg hunt for children of all ages with disabilities, red banner.

At 10:30 a.m. will be the Easter egg hunt for children ages 0-2, blue banner; ages 3-4, purple banner; ages 5-6, yellow banner; ages 7-9, green banner; and ages 10-12, pink banner. Each age group will hunt on separate football fields at Buck Thomas Park.

Parents with children in separate age groups can let younger children hunt with their older siblings. The hunts start on time and parents will need to bring a basket or container for their child to collect eggs and candy.

In the event of rain or bad weather, the Easter Egg Scramble will be held at the Moore Community Center.

After the Easter egg hunt at Buck Thomas Park, a scavenger hunt will be from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Old Town Moore.

Scavenger game pieces can be picked up at Broadway Florist, 328 N. Broadway.

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