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The Tremonton Kiwanis Club and GFWC Women’s Civic League have come up with a unique solution to hold an Easter egg hunt while allowing for more social distancing this year.

The two groups have joined forces to host a “Traveling Scavenger Easter Egg Hunt” from 9:30-10:30 a.m. Saturday, April 3. The event is for children aged 0-12.

Participants can find eggs by following a series of clues to different locations around the Tremonton area. The event is not designed to be a race, and participants are not expected to reach every destination within the hour.

Here is the list of clues:

• Easter egg hunts have come and gone, find us where it all began

• It’s the bunnies’ turn to hide, way out West you’ll find a slide

• Head from Maverik and follow the “String” until you find the Big Red Building

• The bunny really likes to play, the Bears will beat them every Friday

• Hurry, hurry, don’t be late, go to the place where you can skate

• Playing hoops has a lot of pizazz, go to where they were donated by the Jazz

• The Easter Bunny likes to jump, down by where there are leaves to dump

• You’re not done so don’t you sit, get out and find a gravel pit

• Hip, Hip, Hippity Hop, go to the place where you can walk

• Past the place of RV sales, to where you’ll find a great big bell

Garland City will also hold an Easter egg hunt beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday at the city park. The more traditional egg hunt is sponsored by the Garland Fire Department.

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