Easter Bunny Set to Return to Egg Harbor Township, NJ on Fire Truck
If the kids in Egg Harbor Township can't go to the Eater Bunny again this year, then the Easter Bunny will come to the kids, on a fire truck, no less.
The Bargaintown Volunteer Fire Company announced on Facebook that, by popular demand, they are bringing back the social distanced Easter Bunny to Egg Harbor Township this Saturday on a fire truck.
This great idea caught on around South Jersey last year in the early days of the pandemic, as the coronavirus forced the cancellation of Easter Egg hunts, strolls and in-person visits with the Easter Bunny.
This Saturday, the volunteers from Bargaintown Fire Company will give kids a chance to see him drive by, and feel some of the excitement the Easter Bunny brings to the young and the young at heart.
The firefighters ask, for everyone's safety, that you and the kids keep your social distance from the Easter bunny, the fire company and their trucks.
Here's a map with estimated times the Easter Bunny is expected to arrive on a fire truck in Bargaintown neighborhoods this Saturday.
You can see an expanded version of the map by clicking into the Facebook link from the Bargaintown Vol. Fire Company, below...