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“Egg”cellent Easter Deliveries

Thanks to the fundraising efforts and community support, kids were able to wake up to their own person egg hunts on Easter morning.

Katina England

Reporter, Hart Co. News-Herald


If you happened to see teenagers sneaking around lawns across Hart County the night before Easter, don’t worry. It was just the Hart County Varsity Cheerleaders, “egging” dozens of yards of the generous families who had helped with their most recent fundraiser.

The “Egg My Yard” Fundraiser helped the cheerleaders raise $1,100 which will go toward choreography, signs, music, and competition fees for the coming year.

Families could purchase eggs in quantities of 30, 50, 70, or 100, and cheerleaders hid them in yards after kids went to bed, leaving a note on the door from the Easter Bunny.

With yards in Munfordville, Upton, Hardyville, Cub Run, Bonnieville, Magnolia, Horse Cave, and even Cave City and Glasgow, the cheerleaders were busy hopping from yard to yard, leaving eggs for unsuspecting kids to find on Easter morning.

The girls and the parents who help with Cheer Boosters are appreciative of everyone who helped make their fundraiser a success.

“I want to thank each and every person who contributed to this fundraiser,” said Cheer Coach Kim Minor. “It really means a lot to not only myself but the cheerleaders as well to have the support from our community.”

Pictured: Mackensie Walters, Hailey England, Sarah Gardner, Liberty Marsh, Ella Glaab, Layne Stanton, and Lily West were among the cheerleaders who “egged” yards across Hart County and left notes attached to the front door for the kids in each residence.

The Hart County Cheerleaders appreciate each family who helped make their “Egg My Yard” Fundraiser a success.






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