UNICO to host Easter Egg Hunt

Adult bonnet contest and prizes offered


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Sparta UNICO will host its annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 12 at 10:45 a.m. in Dykstra Park.

This year’s hunt will have more than 1,000 eggs filled with candy. Select eggs will have tickets that can be redeemed for special prizes including candy baskets and two bicycles, donated by Dawn Corbo of Weichert Realtors.

The Easter Bunny will be visiting and is available for photographs taken by Legacy Studios.

New to this year’s egg hunt, Sparta UNICO have an Easter bonnet contest for adults only. The winner of the best bonnet will receive flowers donated by Lake Mohawk Flower Company and a $100 gift certificate to Bella Couture Boutique in Sparta.

Opportunities for corporate sponsorship and local businesses are still available. Contact Chairperson Thomas Cifelli of Sparta UNICO at 201-230-3341.

Dykstra Park is located behind Sparta Library and Mohawk Avenue School.

The hunt is open to children 10 years old and younger, and they should bring their own Easter baskets. Admission is free and donations to Sparta UNICO are encouraged and appreciated.

UNICO is the largest Italian American service organization in the United States and meets every third Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Sparta Ambulance Building.




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