Oak Harbor’s traditional Easter Egg Hunt a big hit

Apr 7, 2021 | Entertainment | 0 comments

The annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 27 has been a big hit in the Village of Oak Harbor for more than 70 years at the venerable Log Cabin downtown at Adolphus Kraemer Park.

The Easter Egg Hunt has been a tradition in Oak Harbor for more than 70 years, and was again downtown on Saturday, March 27 at Adolphus Kraemer Park at the Log Cabin.

Hosted by the Oak Harbor Area Chamber of Commerce and Chairperson Debi Heiks, the chamber and village officials praised the merchants and local folks who contributed to this year’s Easter Candy Hunt Event!

Once again, a community and volunteers working together have brought family and friends into the village for a day of fun thanks to the businesses that have generously donated to this event, said chamber officials.

Making the popular annual Easter Candy Hunt happen this spring were the 2021 Apple Festival Royalty Court & Families, 1st National Bank, Apex Custom Concrete, Boy Scout Troop 316, Clothing Corral, Community Markets, Designs by Marie, Double D Precision Arms, Drowns Dairy, Eagle Fabrication and Repair, Inc, Greer Automotive, Howard Hanna,

Howey’s House of Brews, Jason’s Pumpkin Patch, Magruder Hospital, Manny Salazar, McDonalds, McKean & McKean, Oak Harbor Hardware, Radiant Windows, Retired Mayor Fred Conley, Signature Label, Spangler Motor Sales, St. Boniface Parish, Subway, Superior Service Lawn Care, The Beacon, Thrivent Financial, Tri-Motors Sales, Inc, Veterans Service Office, Village Creations, Village of Oak Harbor Mayor Quinton Babcock and the Village of Oak Harbor Street & Police Departments.

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