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Free Easter egg hunt planned for Kelowna

The 10th annual free Easter Egg Hunt will be put on by the Victory Life Fellowship on Good Friday, March 29, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Parkinson Recreation Centre in Kelowna.

More than 10,000 Easter eggs filled with candy will be hidden on the recreation centre grounds.

Participants will enjoy a free pancake breakfast,  live entertainment, free clothing, games, children’s activities and many door prizes.

“Building community is important,” said event organizer church pastor Diana Tripke. “It’s a fun and free, family event designed to meet needs and bring our community together. This event would not be possible without the help of many wonderful volunteers and donors.”

 

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