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20,000 Eggs to Drop From Helicopter for McKenzie Hunt


McKENZIE — McKenzie Chamber of Commerce is hosting a free Easter Egg Hunt at McKenzie City Park on Saturday, April 9.

A helicopter will fly over and drop 20,000 plastic eggs at the park on Como Street. Kids will hunt in four age groups: 0-2, 3-4, 5-7, and 8-10 - all beginning at 10 a.m. Kids are encouraged to bring their Easter baskets. Parents can assist children in the age 0-2 and 3-4 groups.

The event includes the Easter Bunny, Rolling Snow snow cones, train rides, a bouncy house, balloon twisting, make and take bunny masks, and lots of photos opportunities.

The event is sponsored by many local merchants and businesses and coordinated by the McKenzie Chamber of Commerce and Industry.