Mr. East Valley Will ‘Egg’ Your House This Easter And You’ll Pay For It!
Real-life Peter Cottontail's, masquerading as Mr. East Valley Pageant participants, are counting on the fact that you will be willing to pay for your house to be "egged" this Easter!
In their effort to raise funds for Children's Village as well as the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Virginia Mason Memorial Hospital in Yakima, contestants are charging $20 to hide 30 candy-filled Easter eggs ($30 for 50 eggs) in your yard on Saturday night, April 31 so that your youngster will be surprised on Easter morn and saving you time whilst not blowing your cover!
Orders to have your house "egged" must be received no later than Wednesday, March 28 for delivery. For more info, contact pageant advisor Jennica Corry at Jennica.Corry@GMail.com!