Nonprofit to host helicopter-drop egg hunt at Carnton on Saturday, April 13
FRANKLIN, Tenn. – Williamson County CASA and the CASA Council will host the inaugural EggStravaganza egg hunt on Saturday, April 13 at 10 a.m. at Carnton.
“We are thrilled to be launching our first EggStravaganza at Carnton this spring for families in Williamson County,” said Bryana Franks Aguilar, CASA Council president. “As a council, we hope to increase awareness and raise funds for the mission of CASA, while hosting a fun-filled event for the community.”
The family-friendly event will include a helicopter-dropped egg hunt, which will allow children in separate age groups to search for eggs on the acreage adjacent to historic Carnton. More than 3,000 toy and candy-filled eggs will be dropped from a helicopter above the grounds.
Families are invited to partake in activities pertaining to the historic site, food trucks, giveaways and face painting. Food trucks include the Tennessee Cobbler Company and MoeBetter. Tickets are $10 per child and can be purchased online at www.williamsoncountycasa.org/events.
CASA Council serves as the young professional board for Williamson County CASA, focusing on volunteer activities, philanthropic support and social gatherings for rising leaders. Members may be in their 40s or younger, interested in dedicating their time and talents to raise awareness for CASA’s mission to find safe and permanent homes for abused and neglected children.
Sponsors include Tower Community Bank, Franklin REALTORS, Crunk Engineering and Hale and Hale, PLC. For information on Williamson County CASA and to learn more about CASA Council, visit http://www.williamsoncountycasa.org/.
ABOUT WILLIAMSON COUNTY CASA
Williamson County CASA is a non-profit organization advocating for abused and neglected children in Williamson County. CASA advocates for these children investigating their abuse and neglect cases, speaking for them in court, and helping create a plan for safety and permanence in their lives. Williamson County CASA was established in 1993 and more than 550 Williamson County children in 2018. To learn more about Williamson County CASA, visit www.williamsoncountycasa.org.