Timothy Lutheran Youth – Egg My Yard
What’s This “Egg My Yard” All About?!
“Egg My Yard” will be a new fundraiser put on by the Timothy Lutheran Youth Group to raise money for activities and service projects for all students grades 6-12. “Egg My Yard” involves students from Timothy’s Youth Group hiding eggs for parents/children at their homes for them to wake up to for an Easter morning surprise!
Where do I go to sign up?! You can visit the youth table after service for sign up.
How do I pay? Checks will be taken at time of sign-up. Confirmation texts will be sent when we receive your payment.
Checks Made Out to:
Timothy Lutheran Church and mark Youth Group in the memo line.
What does “Egg My Yard” mean? This is just simply a phrase and means we’ll be hiding PLASTIC EASTER EGGS at your residence that are filled with candy for children to wake up to!
Who can purchase an “Egg My Yard”? Most of our hiding of eggs will be done in the Blue Springs, Grain Valley, Oak Grove, Lee’s Summit, Independence area, but if you’re not sure if it’s too far of a ‘drive’ for us just ask!
What do I get with the purchase of an “Egg My Yard”? You will get a set amount of eggs (based upon what you purchase) filled with an assortment of candy (i.e. anywhere from airheads to chocolate and much more candy!)
How much does this cost? $20 for 40 eggs, $30 for 60 eggs, $40 for 80 eggs, $50 for 100 eggs!
WHO hides these eggs? Students under adult supervision will hide the eggs at your residence based upon the address you provide.
WHEN will these eggs be hid? Saturday night, 7-10 pm.
WHERE will these eggs be hid? When you sign up you must provide us details about where you want us to hide eggs (a general vicinity) and we will follow those directions!
How will I know when you’re arriving to hide the eggs? We plan routes out ahead of time. Please be patient with us all eggs should be hidden by 10:00pm April 3rd. We will text you when we arrive at your home to verify address. Please be ready to answer our text :)
What does the money go towards? Obviously there are costs that have to be offset such as the purchase of plastic eggs and bags of candy, but any additional money will be put towards ministry events and mothers/fathers day service projects for all Timothy Students.