Still hunting eggs in the boroughs

by beth on April 7, 2015

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Above: Keep looking for those plastic eggs if your kids enjoy a cone (or cup) from Uhlman’s Ice Cream. (Image left posted to Flickr by USAG-Humphreys; photo right by Joao Melo)

Southborough Wicked Local posted a story about an egg hunt still going on in Southborough (and beyond).

If you see a brightly colored plastic egg, check it out. It may contain a free ice cream at Uhlman’s. (Not literally.)

Kids are on the lookout around Westborough, Southborough and Northborough for brightly-colored plastic eggs with a treat inside – a gift certificate for a free small ice cream cone from Uhlman’s Ice Cream Stand on East Main Street. Other prizes include a $5 of $10 cow coin or a voucher for a free Uhlman’s t-shirt, according to store manager Kelley Donley. . .

[Donley] said she and her daughter placed the eggs around Westborough, Southborough and Northborough in locations described as “civic-minded.” Without giving away the exact locations, Donley said the eggs can be found in and around public places and may be in trees and bushes. She said they’re not overly hidden, since the goal is to get them found.

Read the full story here.

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