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Community groups are banding together to host an Easter egg hunt on Saturday 15 April.
There will be 800 chocolate eggs up for grabs at the event hosted by Turning Point Church, the Kooweerup Men’s Shed and Regional Health.
Turning Point Church fundraising team member Jenny Mathieson said organisers were aiming to use Easter to bring the community together.
“We just want to make it a good day for the community,” she said.
There will also be a barbecue, jumping castle, fairy floss, popcorn, hot cross buns and craft for kids to enjoy.
“This is a joint community event and we would love to see as many families as possible come and have a great afternoon,” Ms Mathieson said.
With so many new homes being built in Kooweerup, she said the event was a good way for new residents to connect with other members of the community.
The Easter egg hunt will be held at the Kooweerup Men’s Shed on Rossiter Road, Kooweerup.
For more information contact Pastor Sean La’Brooy on 0402 316 108.

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