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Easter Egg Roll on the LBJ Library Lawn

Apr 19, 2014

The LBJ Future Forum hosted an inaugural Easter Egg Roll on the lawn of the LBJ Presidential Library.

The LBJ Future Forum hosted the Partnerships for Children community for this special event. Partnerships for Children (PFC) provides critical resources to abused and neglected children in Central Texas who are in the care of Child Protective Services.  Please visit the PFC website to learn more.

The Easter Egg Roll is inspired by the White House Easter Egg Roll, an annual family event to hunt for and race Easter Eggs on the White House South Lawn. The holiday tradition has a long history dating back to 1878 when President Rutherford B. Hayes officially opened the White House grounds to local children for egg rolling on Easter Monday. Successive Presidents have continued the tradition of inviting children to the White House Lawn for egg rolling and other activities and entertainment.


      

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Sarah McCracken
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LBJ Presidential Library
2313 Red River Street
Austin TX 78705
sarah@lbjfoundation.org


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