South DeKalb cops are offering a free Easter egg hunt, movie Saturday


The DeKalb County police South Precinct’s officers are inviting families to two free events Saturday: an Easter egg hunt and a movie.

The hunt is from noon to 2 p.m. at Georgia State University-Perimeter College, located at 3251 Panthersville Road. The movie, which is to be determined, is at noon at Satellite Cinemas at the Gallery at South DeKalb, located at 2801 Candler Road. A parent or guardian must accompany the kids to the movies.

The police promise a “special” prize in one egg. Anyone interested in pitching in eggs or helping hide them is asked to contact marjorieclay@bellsouth.net. 

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