Join the Golden Star’s Easter Egg Hunt

Find all of the Easter eggs in the Golden Star ads in this week's issue and win a Dairy Queen ice cream cake!

Entry forms for the Golden Star's Easter Egg Hunt are on Page 8 of this week's issue.

The Golden Star is hosting an Easter Egg Hunt that can be fun for the whole family, young and young at heart.

In this week’s issue of the newspaper, there are several Easter eggs hidden within the advertisements. Scan the whole paper with a fine tooth comb, count the number of eggs you see hidden in the ads, and submit your answer.

If you have the right number, you’ll be entered to win a Dairy Queen ice cream cake.

Eggs can be in colour, or black and white.

On page 8 you’ll see an entry form where you can fill out your answer, name and phone number. You have until Monday, March 28 at 5 p.m. to drop off your submission at the Golden Star office on 9th Avenue North.

 

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