Egg Your House For The Camden Library This Easter
The Camden Public Library needs your help this Easter season. They want you to "Egg Your House" all for a good cause.
Now, they are telling you to smash eggs at your home. The library came up with this amazing fundraiser that provides candy and fun for kids of all ages.
The Egg Your House fundraiser provides you with a chance to purchase candy or toy filled plastic Easter eggs this Easter season. They are perfect to surprise your kids, grandkids, or your neighbors by "egging" their house. The fundraiser was the brainchild of Kendrick Morrison of Camden, along with the help and support of his wife Tracy, and two boys Owen and Evan.
Currently you can buy the following:
30 eggs are just $20
50 eggs for $30
100 eggs for $50
Add an Egg Yolk Slime Add for $3"
Pick-up will be at the Camden Library on Friday, April 2nd from 2pm to 5pm, or Saturday, April 3rd from 10 am to 1pm. All proceeds benefit the Camden Public Library.
What Is In Each Egg?
Each egg (plastic, in pastels and primary colors) will be stuffed with one of the following:
Snickers, Twix, Reeses, Milky Way, Starburst, M&Ms, Laffy Taffy, Jolly Ranchers, Nerds, Smarties, Sweet Tarts or some other candy. Some eggs will have a small toy for variety.
All eggs are sealed in individual packaging. Some good snacks, all for a good cause. You can learn more online here.
Help Save The Camden Public Library
A GoFundMe was established by Jessica Travers in January of 2021. She set it up after learning what was happening at the library. The goal was set to 25K, and at the time of this story being published, Central New York has raised over 21K. You can learn more here to donate.
Take A Look Inside The Abandoned ShoppingTown Mall In Dewitt, NY
Proposers will need to have a demonstrated history of producing "high quality projects," according to the statement. They will also need to produce financial information related to the project."According to CNY Central, proposals are due by 4PM on April 27th. You can find them online here. Jordan Harmon was able to tour the property and take plenty of photos recently with permission from Onondaga County:
The main purpose of this shoot was to document this historical structure before any alterations occur. I grew up with this mall, I can remember coming here as a kid. This was the place my family did our back to school shopping and the place where I’d blow my allowance at Fun Junction playing laser tag. To see it now is shocking to say the least. The former owner of the mall clearly made no effort to maintain it, let alone stop the hundreds of leaks in the roof.