100.00 dollar bills hidden amongst 2012 commemorative eggs for Annual Easter Egg Roll
MEDIA ADVISORY-To be released to the public after March 20, 2012
The 2012 Annual Easter Egg Roll at the Presidential Culinary Museum will feature fun games and a “Most Decorated Spoon Contest” for kids 14 and under.
The Presidential Culinary Museum
301 Cleveland Avenue, Grover, NC 28073 thepresidentialculinarymuseum.org
Martin CJ Mongiello, Senior Curator
100.00 dollar bills hidden amongst 2012 commemorative eggs for Annual Easter Egg Roll at Presidential Culinary Museum
(Grover, NC) March 8, 2012 – The 2012 Annual Easter Egg Roll at the Presidential Culinary Museum will feature fun games and a “Most Decorated Spoon Contest” for kids 14 and under. The hunt for eggs will include a complete collector’s edition, five-piece wooden set of 2012 official White House Easter eggs, eggs filled with coin, cash and candy. New to this year will be two eggs with one hundred dollar bills inside. The roll and hunt is synchronized annually with the White House Roll - and for 2012 will be on April 9 at 11 am.
The Official White House Easter Eggs are crafted from FSC-certified U.S. hardwood, come in four unique colors and includes the stamped signatures of the President and First Lady. The fifth, special egg this year is named for BO, the first dog. The Presidential Culinary Museum also releases an annual gold, collectors egg which have been highly sought after.
About The Presidential Culinary Museum
The Presidential Culinary Museum & Collections in the town named after the President of the United States of America Grover, Cleveland County, North Carolina. The museum is one-of-a-kind in America and features a former White House Chef as the Senior Curator. It showcases first family china, artifacts, White House, Camp David, Air Force One and Marine Corps One memorabilia with support of collections from the National Archives and five former Presidents.
Located inside the historic mansion of The Inn of the Patriots. Included are also tenants of the Presidential Culinary Library holdings and The Presidential Service Museum honoring the White House Military Office PSB holders and Alumni members.
Contact Martin Mongiello (Senior Curator, 301 Cleveland Avenue, Grover, NC 28073), Stormy Neal (Curator), Allan Miller (Managing Director)
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