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Cleveland plans egg hunt and spring expo-launches website

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Cleveland Town is excited that spring is near and they plan to celebrate with a Cleveland Spring Expo.

Sponsored by the Cleveland Town Fire Department it is planned for May 12 from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. at the Cleveland Fire Station, 130 W. Main, Cleveland. There will be food, fun, entertainment, vendors, workshops, prizes. For more information call 435-653-2310.

The Cleveland Youth Town Council will sponsor this years Easter Egg Hunt on March 31, at 12 noon. All preschool and elementary age children are invited to meet in front of the Cleveland Town Hall, 35 S 100 W, Cleveland. So bring your baskets and don't miss the fun in Cleveland. It's fun, it's free and everybody gets a prize.Please don't be late, we start promptly at noon. For more information call the Town Hall at 653-2310.

Cleveland Town would like citizens to be aware the April Cleveland Town Council Meeting has been changed from April 12 to April 19. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. at 130 W. Main, Cleveland.

Cleveland Town is launching their Cleveland Town website. The website will include information about the town and community events and happenings. Log on at

Cleveland Town is busy planning their July 24 celebration. Along with the celebration this year they are signing their community covenant to support military families.

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