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Hundreds of Families attend LI’s Largest Easter Egg Hunt at TONH’s Harbor Links Golf Course

For Immediate Release                                  Media Contact: Collin Nash or Sid Nathan
April 1, 2010                                                                            (516) 869 7794

Hundreds of Long Island Families attend LI’s Largest Easter Egg Hunt at TONH’s Harbor Links Golf Course

Port Washington, NY—Supervisor Jon Kaiman announced today that hundreds of families attended the 3rd annual Easter egg hunt at Harbor Links Golf Course in Port
Washington for what has become one of the largest Easter egg hunts and brunch in Long Island.

            “It is great to see hundreds of families coming out on this gorgeous day to participate in Long Island’s largest Easter egg hunt,” said Supervisor Kaiman.  “I thank the great Anton Newspapers for co-sponsoring this incredible event along with the Town’s Harbor Links Golf Course.”

            Over 7,000 colorful Easter eggs filled with special prizes were strewn over the green fairways at the picturesque Harbor Links Golf Course.  In addition, the program included a Children’s Easter Bonnet Contest as well as an appearance by Mr. Bunny.

               For more pictures and video of this event, visit
www.northhempsteadny.gov or North Hempstead’s Facebook fan page at www.facebook.com/townofnorthhempstead.


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(L to R) Top Row: Councilwoman Lee Seeman, Town Clerk Leslie Gross, Councilwoman Maria-Christina Poons, Councilman Angelo P. Ferrara, Councilwoman Viviana L. Russell, Receiver of Taxes Charles Berman, Supervisor Jon Kaiman and the General Manager of Harbor Links Golf Course Donald Zauner stand with Mr. Bunny and happy children after their successful egg hunt.


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