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Helping Kids With Cancer is a Fun Trip to the Park @ Easter
www.chicksconqueringcancer.org Host an Easter Hunt and Pancake Breakfast
This Easter Sunday, why not attend an Easter Egg Hunt and yummy pancake breakfast to help raise money for a children with cancer? The Easter Egg Hunt is at Jimboomba Rotary Park and is for children up to 12 years of age, with separate hunts for individual age groupings, as well as a hunt for children with special needs. Times for each age grouping are as follows:
Age 3 and under from 8.30 – 9:00 Age 4-6: Easter Egg Hunt from 9.30 – 10:00.
For those feeling creative, you may like to come prepared with your own Easter bonnet creation for the Easter Bonnet Parade which will start at 9am. You could be in the running to win some great prizes. In addition to these activities, there will also be live music, a magic show, Decorative Egg painting, markets stalls and rides. There will also be food and drinks available to buy for the adults and older children. The special guest for the morning will of course be the Easter Bunny. All monies raised will be donated to Children with Cancer.
For ticketing inquiries email Kathy: email@example.com or visit their Facebook Page.
Chicks Conquering Cancer is a non-profit organisation who use the power of networking to support the community and those families facing the personal challenges of potential terminal illness. They support individuals and families by organising community events for children to support children with cancer. You can find out more or join the organization by visiting their website.