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By Michelle Taylor

On Saturday, April 8, New Horizons Majorettes hosted their annual Easter event. With over 20 guests flowing through the door throughout the day, the leukemia fundraiser for Garrett surely paid off. Bringing in over $100 for the donation, guests had more than enough activities to keep them busy.

Back Row: Jocelyn Siburt, Wendy Florenz, and Madilyn Boiselle Middle Row: Caleb Boiselle, Scarlett Maola, Makenzie Ostroff, and Natalie Taylor. To the right: Adrianne Maola and Evie Hafen

After getting their pictures taken with the Easter bunny, kids went on to making painted flower pots, a bunny box or chick, dyeing two Styrofoam eggs, receiving a balloon, visiting with a live bunny and chicks and ducklings, and receiving a face painting. They had the choice of breakfast, which included pancakes and sausage, or lunch, which consisted of macaroni and cheese and a hot dog.

The adults enjoyed a Chinese auction and bake sale and at 1:30 p.m. that afternoon, extra special visitors made an appearance. From the popular kids TV show, Paw Patrol, Rocky, the police dog and Marshall, the firefighter dog, came to visit the kids.


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