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 We are printing 10,000 coloring books featuring local businesses for a community coloring book contest!r
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Coloring books are distributed at the local Easter Egg Hunts in Springville, Spanish Fork, Salem, Payson, Santaquin and Genola! They are also available at select local businesses as well. Here’s what Easter Egg Hunts we’ll be at this year with free coloring books for you:

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Springville

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Saturday March 26th 10:00 am

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EASTER EGG HUNT – Springville Rotary Club sponsors an annual Easter egg hunt at the Springville High School football field at 10 am on the Saturday before Easter. Children are divided into 3 age groups; 1-4, 5-8, and 9-12. Kids collect Easter candy that has been spread out over the field. Some candy is specially marked as the grand prize winners. Excellent gifts are provided by donations through the Rotary Club. Don’t be late — the fun and frenzy goes very quickly! This event is free and open to the public.

Spanish Fork

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Saturday, March 26h 9:00 am

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Saturday, March 26th, 2016 at 9am, Spanish Fork Sports Park West FieldsSpanish Fork Salem Area Chamber of Commerce and Spanish Fork City host the 2016 Annual Easter Egg Hunt. Many local area businesses sponsor and support this local event for our community’s children. Prizes, grab bags, and 10,000 colorful stuffed eggs make this a fun event for young and old. The Easter Bunny, Miss Spanish Fork Royalty, Mayor Steve Liefson and the City Council will be on hand to meet and greet the public.

Legacy House of Spanish Fork

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Friday, March 25th 4:00 pm

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Held at Legacy House 1449 East 150 South. This event is free to attend.

Salem Easter

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Saturday, March 26th 9:00 am

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The annual Easter Egg Hunt will be held on Saturday, March 26th at 9:00 a.m. at the Loafer View Recreation Center,550 E. Salem Canal Road. “This is for kids ages 0-10

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Payson

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Saturday, March 26th 9:00 am

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Our annual Easter Egg hunt will take place at the Hillman Baseball Fields, 910 South Main Street in Payson. We are looking for sponsors, egg fillers, candy donations, prize donations and more! If you are interested in helping out please contact Jade Walker at America First Credit Union in Payson for more information or Carolyn Jensen Bowman at the Payson & Santaquin Area Chamber of Commerce office.

For all our egg hunters: Please show up and be ready to snatch up eggs 10-15 minutes before 9:00 am to ensure that you don’t miss the siren.

Central Utah Veterans Home

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Friday, March 25th 4:00 pm

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The Central Utah Veterans Home is excited to announce their annual Easter Egg Hunt for the Veterans, their families and the community. As they prepare for this event, they are in need of candy to stuff the the many eggs for this event. If you are interested in donating for this event, please have it dropped off by March 22nd. The candy must be pre-packaged/wrappedd candy. This is a great opportunity for local businesses to promote themselves and help out a great cause. Local businesses may put a sticker/coupon on each candy with their donation.The Veterans Home is expecting over 2,000 kids at this event. The Easter Egg hunt will take place March 25th at 4:00 pm and is open to the community. Look for more information about this event coming soon!Donations can be dropped off at the Central Utah Veterans Home at 1551 North Main Street, Payson, UT 84651. If you have any questions, please call the Veterans Home at 801-465-5400. Thank you for your support!

Santaquin

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Saturday, March 26th 9:00 am

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Santaquin Baseball Fields, 175 South 400 West Age Divisions: 1-2 years on Field 3, 3-4 years on Field behind Santaquin Elementary, 5-6 years on Field 2

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7-8 years on Field 1, 9-10 years on Outfield of Callaway Field

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Special Needs by Kindergarten Play Area of Santaquin Elementary

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Community Breakfast with the Bunny will begin at 9:15 a.m. in the Santaquin Elementary School Gym (across from the baseball fields)

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Cost for breakfast is $5 for those 13 and older, $2 for those 12 and under

Genola

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Saturday, March 26th 9:00 am

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Held at the town park. This event is free to attend.

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