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By Tim Leeds 

Easter egg activities still planned over weekend

Winter weather cancels Eagles-Jaycee hunt, party at Eagles Club still on


March 30, 2018

Havre Daily News/Ryan Welch

Izzy Hall, 5, places an egg in a jar containing colored dye. In less than an hour, roughly 30 adults and children dyed more than 2,500 eggs Thursday evening at the Optimist Egg Dyeing event. The event, which has been going on for over 50 years, is held to make eggs for the Optimist Club's Easter egg hunt held on Easter.

One hunt has been canceled and others have been - and still may be - adjusted to fit the winter weather, but Easter egg hunts still are on for this weekend.

The Havre Jaycees announced the joint hunt it holds with the Havre Eagles Club scheduled for Saturday is canceled, but the party planned afterward at the club still is on starting at 2 Saturday afternoon.

"The Havre Jaycees will be handing out eggs and there will be prizes awarded for certain eggs," the service organization said in a relesae. "So make sure to come join in the fun Saturday. Happy Easter from the Havre Jaycees."

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