GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - A West Michigan staple is back with the 22nd annual John Ball Park Easter Egg Hunt supported by the Grand Rapids Optimist Foundation. Kids will race to collect as many eggs as they can in the field at John Ball Park, and your help is needed to ensure that there is enough candy and prizes to go around. Some lucky kids will event win free bikes! Engage your kids in the fun-filled hunt for colorful eggs, toys and other prizes with a the giant Easter bunny that will be sure to have children showing their candy coated smiles from ear to ear. Donations are encouraged to make this year's hunt larger than ever. Anything that you would put in your child's Easter basket is more than welcome. The hunt starts at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 30 rain, snow or shine! To donate candy and prizes, contact Bob at (616) 914-7987 or email him at email@example.com .
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