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Councilwoman Neicy Coderre Hosts District Four Egg Hunt


PAWTUCKET – Councilwoman Neicy Coderre, hosted the first annual “District Four Egg Hunt" on Saturday, April 8th at Sunset Park on Summit Street.


 “I want to thank Councilwoman Neicy Coderre for her efforts in coordinating this event,” said Mayor Donald R. Grebien. “It is so important that we as a community host more free, family-friendly events and I look forward to the warmer weather so we can continue to do so!”  


The event consisted of an egg hunt, hula-hoop contest, and sack race in addition to free prizes and other treats. Children of all ages were invited to the egg hunt.


Councilwoman Coderre is the councilor from the fourth council district.



Contact: Grace Voll

April 10, 2023                                                                                    

401-728-0500 ext. 429


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