Tygart Lake State Park wants you to indulge with their sweet treats

GRAFTON—Although the weather hasn’t been spring like the last couple of days, the Tygart Lake State Park Foundation is moving forward with their spring traditions.

It’s that time again for the 2nd Annual Homemade Easter Candy Sale. The sale will be held on Saturday, March 17, at Grafton Wal-Mart from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The foundation will be set-up outside by the front entrance with lots of yummy goodies to choose from including coconut eggs, peanut butter eggs, chocolate caramels, peanut butter melt-aways, zucchini bread, banana bread, cake pops, bunny trail mix and much more.

State Park Foundation Member Lindsey Lapeyrouse Yost would like to encourage the community to come out and get some tasty treats this Saturday.

The sale was also held last Saturday at Wal-Mart. Yost shared that they had a nice turnout and they would like to thank the community for their ongoing support.

On Saturday, March 24, the State Park Foundation will also host its Annual Easter Egg Hunt.

Grab your baskets and head to the lake recreational center at 2:00 p.m. Yost shared that the hunt goes pretty fast and its best to come a little early

The hunt is for children 12 and under. For every five eggs the hunters find, they will get a bag with five pieces of candy to enjoy after.

Make sure to dress up to get a picture with the Easter Bunny also. Attendees can take a picture using their camera or phone.

The cost is a $1 donation to the foundation, which will help them continue to bring events to the community, as well as assist with the upkeep of the park.

The foundation will also have some homemade Easter candy and drinks for sell, during the event.

According Yost, all proceeds and donations from both events will go straight to help the park in anyway needed.


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