We’ve modified our SCO Children’s Committee plans for Easter. Please share the information on the new plans below.
1) Easter Egg I-Spy – from Sun 4/5 through Sun 4/12 we will have an ongoing I-SPY game with big (7″) Easter eggs. We’ve scattered 24 of these throughout the SCO neighborhood in front yards (with permission). To play – write down the addresses of the homes you find with a giant Easter egg in the front yard! Be sure to SPY ONLY (DO NOT touch or take)! All eggs are visible from the street. Submit your family’s name & list of at least 15 of the egg locations to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight on Easter (Sun Apr 12th)- one entry per family. On the 13th at noon, the Easter Bunny will draw five family winners – each will receive a $20 gift card to purchase a game for their family!
2) Side Walk Chalk Competition – from Sun 4/5 through Sun 4/12 help your littles to create uplifting driveway masterpieces. These can be Easter, Passover, Spring, Texas, superhero or any other theme you’d like! Parents can help kiddos post the pics of their drawings in the SCO Facebook page or email entries to email@example.com. The week of 4/13, the committee will vote on winners. Please be sure to include the first name (or initial) and age group of the kiddo so we can award prizes. There will be 2 winners per age group (0-3yrs, 4-6yrs, 7-9yrs, 10-13yrs, and 14yrs+). Each winner will receive a $10 gift card!
3) Easter Car Parade – on Saturday April 11th beginning at 9:15am, SCO will have a car parade through the neighborhood. The parade will feature some of your kiddos fave local teachers (note, this is neighborhood, not school sponsored) and will conclude with the Easter Bunny riding in a convertible. The Easter Bunny will toss candy (dumped straight from the bag into the bowl) and will be wearing gloves to distribute from the car. It’s absolutely critical that we as a community commit to 6-10ft apart spacing for family units… We’ve engineered the parade route to pass by lots of open community spaces to allow people who don’t live directly on the parade route to have a great space to watch. Please make sure to keep your kiddos in your family area and don’t let them play with others in common spaces. We’re trying to have fun WHILE keeping people safe and need to remember that Harris County Stay Home, Work Safe guidelines need to be followed.
Thanks for helping our community to have a wonderful, fun, and SAFE Easter/Spring celebration for our kids!