SHERMAN, CT — The Town of Sherman’s annual Easter Egg Hunt is set for Saturday, March 31 at the Sherman Town Park. The egg hunt is free, however, donations will be accepted to benefit Hungerford Place, Sherman ‘s food pantry. A representative will be on hand to accept monetary donations and/or grocery store gift cards.
Children are invited to stop by the jelly bean guessing game first, then find the area for their age group and wait for the signal to start. There is a limit one dozen eggs per child. The event is open to kids in grades preschool through grade 5 and kids should bring their own baskets.
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Hey there! Wendy Mitchell here— mom of three, writer, editor, musician, wife, rescue pup mama, breast cancer survivor. After battling the evil “C word” for the past three years, I’m happy to report that I’m now 100% cancer free and ready to announce the (re)launch of sorts of my CT Buzz family of news sites. Why is it a relaunch? Because I originally launched Bethel Buzz news site in June of 2011 and soon after added New Fairfield and Sherman Buzz. After several years, I went on to work as Regional Editor for a national news website from 2010-2012.
During 2012-2013, I stopped working in order to serve as a volunteer to help my hometown of Sandy Hook heal after the tragic Sandy Hook School shootings on Dec. 14, 2012. I founded the Sandy Hook Arts Center for Kids (The SHACK) in Sandy Hook Center as a creative way for kids and families to heal through the power of the arts through free music and art programs. We were happy to have the Newtown Strong Therapy Dogs as regular visitors.