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Kiwanis hosts annual Easter egg hunt



Published: Fri, May 16, 2014 @ 12:00 a.m.

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Neighbors | Submitted .On April 9, Boardman's kindergarden children from Robinwood Lane, Market Street and Stadium Drive Schools enjoyed their field trips to Boardman Park's Tots Town for the 64th annual Kiwanis Easter Egg Hunt put on by the Boardman Kiwanis.

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Neighbors | Submitted .On April 9 Boardman's kindergarden children from Robinwood Lane, Market Street and Stadium Drive Schools enjoyed their field trip to Boardman Park's Tots Town for the 64th annual Kiwanis Easter egg hunt put on by the Boardman Kiwanis. The Boardman High School Key Club students helped the Kiwanis members set up the picnic tables with all the snacks and before hiding the eggs with the Easter bunny.

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Neighbors | Submitted .On April 9 Boardman's kindergarden children from Robinwood Lane, Market Street and Stadium Drive Schools enjoyed their field trip to Boardman Park's Tots Town for the 64th annual Kiwanis Easter egg hunt put on by the Boardman Kiwanis. The Boardman High School Key Club students helped the Kiwanis members set up the picnic tables with all the snacks and before hiding the eggs with the Easter bunny.

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Neighbors | Submitted .Boardman High School Key Club students helped the Kiwanis members set up the picnic tables with all the snacks and before hiding eggs with the Easter bunny for kindergarten students to find on April 9.

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Neighbors | Submitted .On April 9 Boardman's kindergarden children from Robinwood Lane, Market Street and Stadium Drive Schools enjoyed their field trip to Boardman Park's Tots Town for the 64th annual Kiwanis Easter egg hunt put on by the Boardman Kiwanis. The Boardman High School Key Club students helped the Kiwanis members set up the picnic tables with all the snacks and before hiding the eggs with the Easter bunny.

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Neighbors | Submitted .On April 9 Boardman's kindergarden children from Robinwood Lane, Market Street and Stadium Drive Schools enjoyed their field trip to Boardman Park's Tots Town for the 64th annual Kiwanis Easter egg hunt put on by the Boardman Kiwanis. The Boardman High School Key Club students helped the Kiwanis members set up the picnic tables with all the snacks and before hiding the eggs with the Easter bunny.

Kindergarden children from Robinwood Lane, Market Street and Stadium Drive Schools enjoyed their field trip to Boardman Park’s Tots Town April 9 for the 64th annual Kiwanis Easter Egg Hunt.

The Boardman High School Key Club students also attended.

The Key Club members helped the Kiwanis set up the picnic tables with snacks before hiding the eggs with the Easter Bunny.

During the hunt, they helped the children find their eggs.

George and Beth Basista, Kiwanis Event Coordinators, want to recognize Walmart, Giannos Candies and Chick-fil-a for their contributions that helped make this year’s event come together.

Special thanks also goes out to Boardman’s economic classes for filling the eggs with candy as a community service project.

To find out more on how to become a member of Boardman Kiwanis, call president Roy Wright at 330-482-0521.


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