Bunny Blast Provides a Nice Change of Venue

March 25, 2016


by Laurie Jasper

The GFWC Hudson Junior Woman’s and Community Clubs hosted a Bunny Blast on Saturday, March 19, from 9 to 11 a.m. at Rodgers Memorial Library.  This event was in place of the annual Bunny Breakfast normally held at the Hudson Community Center.  Plenty of goodies such as muffins, donuts, breads, coffee, juice and candy were offered to the 100 children, parents and grandparents who stopped by, and several Easter crafts were on hand for creative kids.  The highlight of the event, of course, was the arrival of the Easter Bunny, who was eager to have his photograph taken with everyone who visited.

“I think the kids who came had a wonderful time; a lot of people have been doing the crafts and taking out books.  It’s like doing the kids’ chores all at once,” said GFWC Hudson Junior’s President Linda Kipnes.  “We appreciate the library giving us the space and helping us out today.  This has been wonderful.  I would like to get back to the Bunny Breakfast next year, though,” concluded Kipnes.

Recreation Director David Yates said they had a dance at the Community Center on Friday night, which is when the Bunny Breakfast set up usually occurs.  Yates said he did offer to do the set up for the group after the dance.  However, at that point, Linda Kipnes decided to find an alternative for this year.  The GFWC Hudson Junior Woman’s Club plans to continue the Bunny Breakfast tradition next year.