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Easter fun for everyone
Thursday, March 25, 2010 • Posted March 25, 2010

Following a splendid inaugural Easter event last year, Brooke and Alan Pilibosian are again organizing and sponsoring an Easter Egg Hunt in Horseshoe Bay at Martin Park next to City Hall this year on Saturday, April 3. Everyone in the area is invited to participate.

“We were so excited by the participation last year, that we want to make this an annual event,” said Brooke. “We are so blessed to live in the Texas Hill Country, and spring is my favorite time of the year with the trees budding and bluebonnets blossoming. If that’s not enough to thrill one’s soul, it’s also Easter season, a time for new beginnings.”

The festivities start at 10 a.m. with face painting, getting acquainted and sizing up the competition for the big hunt. The Easter Egg Hunt begins at 10:30 a.m. Find special eggs and redeem them for prizes (sorry, gramps, this is only for the kids)!

The Easter Bunny will arrive right after the egg hunt and loves to be in photographs, so bring your cameras.

Face painting and child identification project will be ongoing during the fun. Laughter and joy at seeing kids scramble for colored eggs and treasure is free to all who attend.

Alan and Brooke extend their appreciation to the City of Horseshoe Bay for their support as well as the support of the Horseshoe Bay Business Alliance and its individual business members. A Taste of Thyme, Arrowhead Bank, Calvary Highland Lakes, Hair by Katrina, New York Life Insurance, Roseanne Davis Design, Skin2ition, Terri Cantu with Creative Artistry, and Treadworks Tire & Auto are some of the businesses contributing towards making this spring event a joyous time for the entire community.

Donations, sponsors and contributions are welcome, as well as individual who can volunteer to help before, during or after the big day. For more information, contact Brooke at or call her at (970) 739-3648. Join the fun with your neighbors on April 3 at Martin Park!

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