Free Easter Egg Hunt – Camp Pendleton

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Where: Lake O’Neill Recreation Area, Camp Pendleton  

 

 

 Cost: The Egg Hunt is Free.

 

Camp Pen Web Header Parking: Parking is available (but may be limited). We suggest you arrive early.   

 

Registration:   Each child must register and obtain a wrist ribbon in order to participate in the egg hunt. Wrist bands are color coordinated with the area.  Registration is also used to report back to the Command Religious program for event success.  

 

Egg Hunt Times: 

 

The Activities and Crafts will begin at 0900 and last till 1130. The Actual Hunt will begin at 1000. 

 

 Age Groups : The Hunt is divided into 3 age groups: 

 

1 – 2 years of age (must be able to walk) 

 

3 – 6 yrs 

 

7 – 10 yrs 

 

                    Easter Baskets:  

 

Children are allowed to bring a small Easter Basket for collecting eggs. Size of basket will be at the discretion of the Registration team. Plastic Bags have been provided.  

 

 Egg Hunt Rules: The Egg hunt is for children ages 1 (walking) to 10 yrs of age. Only Parents of 1-2 year old children will be allowed in the Egg Hunt area. All other area parents will be allowed to go with their child until the hunt begins and watch them from the side line. If you have a handicapped or physically challenged child– one adult may go into the hunt area with that child. If you have children in different groups and only 1 adult, the young child can go with the older child.  

 

 Easter Bunny: There will be Easter Bunny on site; pictures with the bunny will be offered for purchase on a secure website. We will offer a discounted price for Active Military and their Spouse. 

 

 Craft and Fun Area: Children will create a craft to give or send to their deployed Loved one.  

 

 Volunteer Opportunity: If you would like to help or get involved please contact Gary W. Nordby (GySgt USMC Retired), event coordinator at gnordby@lccmail.com  or leave a message at Life Christian Church 760-439-3300 ext 109.

Click here for more info  http://www.camppendletonegghunt.com/

 

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