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March 24, 2010 | Leave a Comment
Buies Creek, N.C. - No longer are Easter egg hunts reserved only for children and the White House lawn, thanks to Campbell's Campus Activities Board (CAB), which will host an all day, campus wide egg hunt for students on Wednesday, March 31.
The hunt will consist of an estimated 30 to 40 eggs containing a ticket for a small prize, such as candy, for redemption at the Information Desk in the Wallace Student Center.
The Student Activities staff will also hide five "golden" eggs featuring larger prizes - such as an iPod, wii or camera, according to Director Chris O'Connor.
Updated clues to the eggs' whereabouts will be available throughout the day on CAB's Facebook page.
"We're really excited about it," said O'Connor. "We've got some pretty good hiding spots in mind for some of them."
Prepared by Chelsea Wilde, student writer
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