DuBois, PA – The DuBois City Park was polka-dotted with thousands of colorful eggs on Saturday for the annual DuBois Jaycees free Easter egg hunt!

More than 200 kids, from babies to 10 years old, came out to meet the Easter Bunny and find some candy-filled eggs.

Although it took the Jaycees volunteers more than an hour to hide the eggs, it took the kids only minutes to collect them up!

The Jaycees, also known as the DuBois Junior Chamber, organized events throughout the year. In addition to the egg hunt this spring, they’ll also continue the tradition of doing a spring clean-up to pick up litter from local roadways.

During the summer, the Jaycees help out with the Relay For Life, DuBois Community Days, and the annual Chamber Golf Outing. Their most famous charity events also include the yearly Thanksgiving meal giveaway for needy families and toys for kids during Christmas.

Listen to the full interview with Jaycees President Randi Johnson

Want to learn more about the Jaycees or find out how to join? Visit their website and Facebook page.

2018 Jaycees Easter egg hunt video

2018 Jaycees Easter egg hunt photos


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