Looking for an idea to engage your community? Here’s is one of the many ideas from the 2016 National Grange Youth’s edition of “Recipes for Success.” These are tired-and-true activities from Grange youth, youth leaders and others to help encourage youth involvement.
With Easter a few weeks away, an Easter Egg Hunt is one way to generate community involvement. The members of Pleasant Lodge #134 in Indiana host this event annually according to Grange member Jason Smith.
The details are as follows.
Easter Egg Hunt
Type of Project: Community Service
Time: Preparation: 2-3 days, Event: 1 day
Number of People:10-25
Other Ingredients: Candy, Plastic Eggs, Gifts
Skills Necessary: Planning, advertising, arranging prizes
Mix: Fill Easter eggs with candy.
Break children up into 4 age brackets
Hold hunt based on age groups
Notes: Have a fun carnival game area while waiting for hunt to start; prizes could be included.
Examples include Egg toss, Easter plinko, Photo board.