The Boston Community Club and The Mailman’s Daughter will sponsor The Mystery Egg Hunt beginning Monday. Clues will be posted around 4 p.m. daily in downtown businesses.
The event is a time for the children of Boston to hunt for eggs filled with prizes and the golden mystery egg. The child who finds the mystery egg will be given a gift basket filled with Easter goodies and will be asked to ride in the Spring Fling parade on Saturday, April 19.
Boston Baptist Church will present Glorious Day, A Triumphant Choral Celebration for Easter! on Sunday at 11 a.m. Everyone is invited to attend this program by Lee Black and Gina Boe, which will be performed by the church choir. The Boston Baptist Church is at 143 S. Main St.
The Thomasville-Thomas County Chamber of Commerce Leadership class will visit Boston on Thursday, April 17, to learn how a small-town government works. Amanda Maxwell, owner of Marketing Communications in Boston and a member of this year’s Leadership Class, said that through the class she has a better understanding of how different size governments and businesses work. She is excited that the group will have the opportunity to visit Boston and to see how a small community can thrive under the leadership of a city council that has a positive vision. Chamber of Commerce director, Lauren Basford, has been instrumental in reaching out to smaller communities as a way to establish better networking among all of the communities in Thomas County.
12-Mile Yard Sale
The 12-Mile Yard Sale from Pavo to Barwick to Boston, along Highway 33, will be held on Saturday, April 19, beginning at 8 a.m.
Gopher Broke owners Laverne and Katheryn Smith announced there will be an auction of items removed from their former location on Main Street in Boston. The auction will be on Saturday, April 19, beginning at 6 p.m. in the yellow metal building on Pear Street in Boston. For more information about the auction, go to Pearson Auction Company at the following link: http://www.auctionzip.com/Listings/2076354.html.