Good luck and happy Easter Egg hunting to you

By Staff
Jason Cannon, Publisher
As you read this right now, some where in Franklin County sits a silver Easter Egg full of riches. How do we know? Because we hid it.
What good is working if you can't have a little fun, right?
To celebrate this Easter, we have hidden a silver, plastic Easter Egg somewhere between the county lines. Inside that egg is a note good for a $200 savings bond to the lucky hunter.
Your challenge is to find it. In each edition of the Franklin County Times, you'll find clues to the egg's location. Today, for example, the ad is on page 11. Today's clue, the first clue, is vague and finding the egg from that clue alone will be difficult.
In each edition we'll give clues that more directly point to the location. If no one has found the egg by Easter Sunday, that day's clue will be the most obvious.
The key will be in keeping up with all the clues for the next nine days.
For example, one clue may be "parking lot" and the next may be "Franklin County Times."
If you missed one clue, things become less obvious. If you know them both, you can rest assured we're talking about the parking lot at the Franklin County Times – and we didn't hide the egg in our parking lot.
We hope you have a lot of fun with this but please be mindful of people's property.
We didn't hide the egg on any private citizen's property. For example, it is not in your neighbors tool shed, so please don't go rummaging through it without permission. If you see a no trespassing sign; don't trespass. The egg won't be there either.
Also, we didn't bury it, so please don't dig up or stomp all over the beautiful flowers that are just beginning to bloom.
The egg, while carefully hidden, is in plain sight for the most part. It's in a very safe area and is accessible to the public 24 hours per day.
We hope you enjoy the hunt and we look forward to seeing who finds the egg first. Good luck and happy hunting.

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