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Apr 6, 2012 9:01 AM by City of Great Falls

Great Falls Easter Egg Hunts

There are several Easter Egg Hunts on tap this weekend in Great Falls.

The City of Great Falls issued the following press release on Thursday evening:

The City's Annual Easter Egg Hunt is back again this year, thanks to local businessman Jimmy Filipowicz of Steel Etc., who stepped up to sponsor the event.

The family friendly event will be held Saturday, April 7 at the south end of Gibson Park at 11 a.m.; it's always fun no matter what the weather! The Hunt will feature over 3,000 eggs filled with candy and special prizes. The Easter Egg Hunt age divisions include: 1-3, 4-6 and 7-9. The Easter Bunny will be making a guest appearance so don't forget your basket!

The City of Great Falls and Park and Recreation would like to thank Jimmy Filipowicz, the General Manager and Owner of Steel Etc., for helping make the Egg Hunt possible for a second year and to those community members who will be volunteering their time and energy to make this year's event a success. Jim Sargent with KMON will MC the Easter Egg Hunt.

When asked why his business stepped up to sponsor the event, Filipowicz explained, "The Easter Egg Hunt is a great event for children and the community. I have a soft heart when it comes to kids and we want to see this annual tradition continue and give the kids something to look forward to. The community has been good to our business and we want to give back."

For more information about the Easter Egg Hunt contact Park and Recreation at 771-1265.For more information about the hunt or to volunteer, call 771-1265.

The Park Place Health Care Center in Great Falls holds a free indoor egg hunt on Saturday that includes prizes and candy. The event begins at 9 a.m. For more information, contact the center at 761-4300.

Set Free Ministries will hold its Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday at Gibson Park. Free food will be served at 12:30 p.m., and the hunt, featuring 50,000 candy-stuffed plastic eggs, starts at 2 p.m. The event is open to children 10 and younger. The event is free, but donations are welcome. For more information, call 453-4479.

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