LB - Grand Canyon Rail

Home | Classifieds | Place an Ad | Public Notices | Galleries | Opinions | Obituaries | Contact Us | Subscribe | e-newsletter | RSS |
Grand Canyon News | Grand Canyon, Arizona

home : features : features June 24, 2016

3/20/2012 9:20:00 AM
Spring into Easter at Grand Canyon School Saturday
Egg hunt starts at 10 a.m.
The Easter Bunny hands out prizes and candy during last year’s egg hunt at Grand Canyon School.
The Easter Bunny hands out prizes and candy during last year’s egg hunt at Grand Canyon School.
Williams-Grand Canyon News

GRAND CANYON, Ariz. - No matter what the weather is like, this year's Rotary of the Rim Easter Egg Hunt is expected to be a big hit for children in the area. The event will begin at 10 a.m. on April 7 on the fields outside of Grand Canyon School. The annual Rotary Easter Egg Hunt, organized by Rotarian Clarinda Vail, is for ages preschool through fifth grade.

Parents need to make sure their children are out on the school's field just before 10 a.m. with their own baskets.

First, second, and third place prizes for five age groups and one grand prize valued at $100 will be found on the Grand Canyon School fields.

Rotary spring community grants

Members of the Grand Canyon Rotary Club are offering $1,500 in spring community grants, Grants are awarded to non-profit organizations for programs and projects that benefit the local community. In the past, Rotary on the Rim has helped Cub Scouts, Math Parent Nights, School of Rock and Kaibab Learning Center with fall community grants. This year's spring recipients will be announced at the annual Sunset Supper to be held on June 9 at Moqui.

Applying for a community grant only requires taking a few minutes and writing a letter to Rotary describing your need and how this money will help. Be sure to include the name of your organization and how many people you hope to help.

Grant requests can be sent to the Community Grants Committee at P.O. Box 696, Grand Canyon, Ariz. 86023.

    Most Viewed     Recently Commented
•   Trans-canyon Pipeline breaks force water conservation measures at Grand Canyon

•   Gosar/Stewart amendment challenges designation of Grand Canyon Watershed

•   Arizona Game and Fish support listing bison as native wildlife

•   Grand Canyon National Park goes to Level 2 water conservation measures

•   Guest column: climate models help stakeholders make billion-dollar water decisions in Colorado basin

Reader Comments

Posted: Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Article comment by: Stacy Young

Are Tusayan residents allowed to go? I'm sure they promise to give all the prizes they find back to their employers!

Article Comment Submission Form
Comments are not posted immediately. Submissions must adhere to our Use of Service Terms of Use agreement. The email and phone info you provide will not be visible to the public. Rambling or nonsensical comments may not be posted. Comments are limited to 1300 characters or less. In order for us to reasonably manage this feature we may limit your comment entries to five(5) per day.
Submit an Article Comment
First Name:
Last Name:
Anti-SPAM Passcode Click here to see a new mix of characters.
This is an anti-SPAM device. It is not case sensitive.

Advanced Search

HSE - We want to hear from you
Find more about Weather in Grand Canyon, AZ
Click for weather forecast

Find It Features Blogs Milestones Submit Extras Other Publications
Home | Classifieds | Place an Ad | Public Notices | Galleries | Opinions | Obituaries | Contact Us | Subscribe | e-newsletter | RSS | Site Map
LB - Superior Propane

© Copyright 2016 Western News&Info, Inc.® Grand Canyon News is the information source for Grand Canyon, Arizona and surrounding communities. Original content may not be reprinted or distributed without the written permission of Williams GC Newspapers Inc. Grand Canyon News Online is a service of Williams GC Newspapers Inc. By using the Site, ®, you agree to abide and be bound by the site's Terms of Use and Privacy Policy, which prohibit commercial use of any information on the site. Click here to submit your questions, comments or suggestions. Grand Canyon News Online is a proud publication of Western News&Info Inc.® All Rights Reserved.

Software © 1998-2016 1up! Software, All Rights Reserved