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Maple Ridge BIA Easter Egg Hunt

Alisha Neumann, a customer service representative at Sticky’s Candy, hides a plastic Easter egg in the store for the annual Downtown Maple Ridge Business Improvement Association Easter egg hunt. Five eggs have been hidden at 20 businesses throughout downtown Maple Ridge. To participate,  download a passport at the BIA website. Go to each of the businesses printed inside the passport. Find one egg to have your passport stamped and receive a small prize. When the passport is stamped at all 20 locations, fill out the information at the back and drop off the passport before noon on March 27th at any of the participating businesses or at the DMRBIA office (No. 34 – 22374 Lougheed Highway). The passports will be entered into a draw for one of eight gift baskets worth more than $100 each. The draw takes place March 28 at 2 p.m. Prize winners will be notified with a time and place to pick up their baskets.  - Colleen Flanagan
Alisha Neumann, a customer service representative at Sticky’s Candy, hides a plastic Easter egg in the store for the annual Downtown Maple Ridge Business Improvement Association Easter egg hunt. Five eggs have been hidden at 20 businesses throughout downtown Maple Ridge. To participate, download a passport at the BIA website. Go to each of the businesses printed inside the passport. Find one egg to have your passport stamped and receive a small prize. When the passport is stamped at all 20 locations, fill out the information at the back and drop off the passport before noon on March 27th at any of the participating businesses or at the DMRBIA office (No. 34 – 22374 Lougheed Highway). The passports will be entered into a draw for one of eight gift baskets worth more than $100 each. The draw takes place March 28 at 2 p.m. Prize winners will be notified with a time and place to pick up their baskets.
— image credit: Colleen Flanagan
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