Easter Egg Hunt in Orange Saturday

  • The family of Luanne and Charles Pierson of Orange donated more than 1,344 pieces of candy, including Hershey Kisses, bubble gum, Tootsie Rolls and chocolate bars, to the Orange Lions Club for the club’s annual Easter Egg Hunt, set for Saturday, April 20 at 10 a.m. in Butterfield Park, East River Street in Orange. The candy and toys, storage totes and baskets purchased for this year’s hunt were stolen from a private storage area earlier in the month and the club rallied quickly to replace them. Proceeds from a basket raffle held during the River Rat Race weekend helped raise funds to replenish the supplies needed for the annual hunt. Orange Lions stuffed more than 1,000 eggs for children to find on the lawn in the vicinity of the bandstand. From left — Orange Lion Laine Misner, Athol Lions Club President Joe Allen, Orange Lion Ken Reynolds, Athol Lion/Zone Chairman Luanne Pierson, Orange Lion Betty Miller, Orange Lions Club President John Baldasaro. Back — Orange Lions Samantha and Jerry Whaland holding their daughter, Phillipston Lion Marilyn Holway, and Orange Lions Donnna Reynolds and Sue Whaland (seated). Lions Photo

Published: 4/18/2019 10:15:25 PM
Modified: 4/18/2019 10:15:14 PM


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