Ashley Biles/ Thomaston Times
The annual community Easter Egg Hunt hosted by the Thomaston-Upson Business Association (TUBA) and its partners, the Thomaston-Upson Arts Council (TUAC) and the City of Thomaston, will take place this Saturday at the Greatest Generation Memorial Park from 11 a.m.-2 p.m., with more than 4,000 eggs being hidden for the hunt. Winners of the prize egg in each age group will receive a brand new bicycle donated by State Farm, and Colony Bank has signed up to sponsor Ron Anglin, who will entertain the crowd with a magic show. There will also be other children’s activities such as face painting and a special visit from the Easter Bunny. Be sure not to miss out on this fun, free event! Pictured left to right are: TUAC President Tempy Hoyal, TUBA Board members Jennifer Greathouse, Patsy Perdue, Laurie Holmes, Colony Bank President Tony Chiri, TUBA board member Sallie Barker, State Farm Agents Robert Fallin, Kay Robinson, and Trennis Dumas, and Thomaston City Manager Patrick Comiskey.