Easter Egg Hunt at President’s Mansion Set for March 25

  • March 20th, 2018
The front lawn of UA’s President’s Mansion is the location for an upcoming egg hunt.

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The Alabama Panhellenic Association will host its annual Easter Egg Hunt for the Tuscaloosa community on the front lawn of the President’s Mansion Sunday, March 25.

The event is organized for children 12 and younger and is free to the public. The hunt will begin at 2 p.m. and last until 4 p.m., or until the last egg is found.

“I love getting to interact with the Tuscaloosa community and getting the kids involved in all of the fun activities that we plan,” said Candace Wilson, director of Community Development and Outreach.

The event will include refreshments by Bama Dining and candy-filled eggs for the children to hunt. The eggs will be provided and stuffed by sorority women organized through the APA Panhellenic Delegate program. There will be a face painting station as well as an Easter bunny in costume.

The Panhellenic Delegates, representatives from all Panhellenic chapters, will help the event run smoothly and assist the Easter bunny in hiding the eggs.

Parking is available behind Sorority Row, and the hunt will be cancelled in the case of inclement weather. Please do not park in the lot behind the President’s Mansion.

For more details, contact Candace Wilson, Alabama Panhellenic Association director of community development and outreach, at cwilson26@crimson.ua.edu or 334-421-2978.

Source

Candace Wilson, cwilson26@crimson.ua.edu, 334-421-2978

Contact

Richard LeComte, communications, rllecomte@ur.ua.edu, 205-348-3782

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