JA to host annual Easter Egg hunt Saturday

From staff reports

Clear skies and warmer temperatures should make Easter Egg hunting for local children easier this Saturday as the Annual Junior Auxiliary Easter Egg Hunt is planned for Ivy Park. The event usually attracts dozens of local children and is setup for all children under the age of 12. The club members place thousand of plastic eggs out for the children and awards the winning child from each age group with a prize basket. The hunt begins promptly at 10 a.m. and is free and open to all children. For more information, contact any member of the Junior Auxiliary of Louisville. Junior Auxiliary represents a serious endeavor on the part of women to be active and constructive community participants and to assume leadership roles in meeting community needs. Junior Auxiliary provides the member with the opportunity to serve and to be a vital part of the community. The objectives of the Association are to unite in one body all Junior Auxiliary Chapters and members to promote National and individual Chapter purposes; to encourage members to render charitable services which are beneficial to the general public, with particular emphasis on children; to cooperate with other Charitable 501 (c)(3) organizations.”