Front Porch: Seek and ye shall find eggs

Hunt eggs Saturday

Grab your flashlights and baskets and head to Arlington Saturday night for a flashlight Easter egg hunt. Gates open at 8:30 p.m. at Arlington’s Hartz Field at Haller Middle School, 600 E. First St., Arlington, for the 9 p.m. hunt. Cost is $5, with proceeds going to the American Cancer Society. There will be one age group — 3 to 103. Eggs will be filled with candy, trinkets, cash prizes or donated prizes.

Volunteer opportunity: Equestrian Crossings is looking for volunteers for their spring schedule from April 17 through June 8 in Oak Harbor and Greenbank.

Volunteers help students learn to care for, groom, tack and work safely with horses, both mounted and on the ground.

Volunteer training is set to start April 10. To sign up as a volunteer, download a registration packet from You may volunteer for as little as one lesson per week or volunteer for up to an entire day. Organization provides training and will work with your schedule. Volunteers need to be at least 10 years old. For more information contact or 360-320-1573.

Help out on the trail: The public is invited to a Japanese Gulch trails work party from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday.

Participants will gather at the parking area at the gulch along Fifth Street. Tools will be available to share but participants are asked to bring their own tools if possible, such as large shovels, strong metal rakes and hoes.

For more information, contact Jason Bourne at 360-631-6178.

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