Scappoose Easter Egg Hunt needs donations
Kiwanis Club seeking cash, supplies, volunteers
The Scappoose Kiwanis Club will again sponsor the annual Scappoose Easter Egg Hunt, which is scheduled for Saturday, April 4, at 10 a.m. The egg hunt will be held on the playground of Grant Watts Elementary School.
Last year, children hunted for more than 5,000 plastic eggs filled with candy and toys. The egg hunt is geared toward children up to 12 years old.
The Kiwanis Club is accepting monetary donations for the egg hunt at P.O. Box 482, Scappoose.
Donations of supplies, such as candy, toys, baskets and coupons, will also be accepted. They can be dropped off in care of Tammy Lukinbeal, club secretary, at 32880 S.W. Keys Crest Drive, Scappoose, or Karen Stoel, fourth-grade teacher at Otto Petersen Elementary School.
The club is trying to gather all donations by Monday, March 30.
Volunteers to help fill the Easter eggs are also being sought. For more information, contact Lukinbeal at 503-543-7614.JW_DISQUS_ADD_A_COMMENT