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Campbellsport Easter Bag Hunt Scheduled For This Saturday, April 15th

 The Easter Bunny is coming to town! The Campbellsport Area Chamber of Commerce will be holding its annual Easter Bag Hunt this Saturday, April 15. The hunt will start in the National Exchange Bank parking lot at 1 p.m. sharp.
The event is free, so all area families are encouraged to participate.
You will start at National Exchange Bank at 1 p.m. This is where you will receive an egg with a candy kiss inside. On the kiss, you will find a number. This number corresponds with a bag of goodies at an area business. Kids will check out the participating chamber of commerce businesses to find where their Easter treat is waiting.
Again this year, some lucky youngsters will win a basket filled with goodies. There are about 20 of these large baskets that are great prizes. All you have to do to win is show up for the hunt and grab an egg. These baskets are being provided by the Tara Henke family, Swenson Tool and Die, Butch and Janet Hafeman, and the Campbellsport Fire Department Auxiliary.
The Easter Bunny is planning to attend the event again this year. All youngsters are invited to sit by the Easter Bunny and talk with him or take your picture with him before the hunt starts. He plans to arrive at 12:30 p.m.
Photos will be taken by a member of the Campbellsport Chamber of Commerce. Those photos will then be available after the event for download on the chamber's Facebook page.
New this year will be bunny ear making hosted by the Campbellsport Public Library and a small breed dog adoption booth.
The Campbellsport Lions Club will be holding a brat fry in conjunction with the Easter Egg Hunt. This will start at 10 a.m. in front of National Exchange Bank.

In This Week's Edition...

 Lila D. was all smiles at the Shepherd of the Hills annual Bunny Brunch on Sunday, April 2, after having her face painted and receiving a free stuffed bunny. All the money raised at the event was donated to members of the Guell family who have been facing medical issues and a house fire.
photo by Chris Gellings

Seniors Opportunity Fair At The Campbellsport Public Library

   The staff at the Campbellsport Public Library is very excited to offer, for the second time, a free Seniors Opportunity Fair. The fair will provide loads of advice to adults of all ages.
Over 25 area businesses and county service departments will be at the library on Thursday, April 20, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. to talk to people about a variety of issues. Get free advice about investments, insurance, banking, taxes, funeral planning, and legal issues.
Ask questions about your health, sight and hearing and even get a free blood pressure and blood sugar reading. Learn about educational, volunteer, and travel opportunities and much, much more.
Breakout sessions are scheduled throughout the event.

For more info and times of the Sessions check out this weeks Campbellsport News!




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