Dagsboro hatching town’s first Easter Egg Hunt March 24

DAGSBORO – The town of Dagsboro is joining the hunt for ‘egg-citement.’

The town of Dagsboro will host its 1st Annual Eastern Egg Hunt Saturday, March 24 at the old Dagsboro Fire Station on Waples Street.

Dagsboro town government and First Choice Services are teaming to present the 1st Annual Dagsboro Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 24 at the old Dagsboro Fire Hall on Waples Street.

The fun and excitement will begin at 10 a.m.

There will be four age categories (ages 1-3; 4-6; 7-9; 10-12). Each section will have 400 eggs stuffed with candy and prizes.

In addition to the hunts, there will be fire trucks and police cars for children to see, and much more, organizers say.

Any business or individual interested in supporting the Easter Egg Hunt as a sponsor is asked to call (302) 321-9020.

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