Donations and volunteers needed for the Landrum Annual Eggstravaganza

Donations and volunteers are needed for the Landrum Annual Eggstravagana approaching on March 26, at the Landrum Library.

The baskets are starting to arrive and we want to remind all businesses we need the baskets by March 19. Please drop them off at Southern Delights or Carolina Antiques in Landrum.

We have three table spaces available if you would like to share information on your business at the event. Please call 864-542-3230 (Linda) to reserve your space.

All volunteers are needed at the Library at 9:30 a.m. We have 6,000 eggs and need as many people as possible to assist with hiding eggs. Please consider helping for an hour.

-Submitted by Landrum Area Business Association

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