The following is a list comprised of upcoming Public Easter Egg Hunts in Guernsey County for 2019. The addresses at which these events will take place have been linked to Google Maps for your GPS convenience, just click the highlighted text. These events have been organized by date. We hope this list will help local parents find the right ones to attend. There is a basket full of Easter Egg Hunts to choose from in Guernsey County this year. We are sure there are more out there, so if you have a hunt you would like to add to this list, please fill out the form at the bottom of this page. :
From the list compiled here, if you’re looking to make a weekend out of Easter EGG Hunts you may consider the following guide:
Friday – Altercare 1:00 pm
Saturday – Begin your day from one of the following locations at 10:00 am: Byesville Park or Cambridge Park.
Once you’re finished here you may consider rushing over Deerassic Park where activities begin at 11:00 am.
When you’re done here you’ll have plenty of time to get to the Gross Mansion by 1:00 pm.
Sunday – Freedom of Worship Chapel 10:30 am.
Bonus: As an added plus, you may consider traveling to Walnut Creek Farms in Amish Country Saturday, April 27th. Here they do a series of helicopter drops from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. That’s right! They drop eggs from a helicopter! There are admissions fees though. To learn more about the helicopter drops click here!
Hometown Multimedia is a platform where I not only want to help people in business, create higher quality, better digital advertising, and marketing campaigns, but I also want to help my community and its citizens. Hence, the name, “Hometown Multimedia.” I sometimes agree to take on pro bono causes to help raise awareness. I help get the word out regarding local events. And recently when approached and asked to help an old friend–giving her condition–and how difficult of a time her family is having regarding her situation; I, simply felt I had to do whatever I could do to help bring them some relief. Building a GoFundMe is great, but it means nothing if you cannot draw some attention to it. So that’s what I’m doing, I’m using the banner “community-related topics” to help tell you her story. With the hopes that you might be generous enough in your heart to help a family fighting very difficult circumstances.
Around Christmas, 2018, Jessica Blasenhauer (age 35) a close friend of mine for nearly 20 years, began to feel sick. Initially, she thought she had the flu. The first week of January 2019, after this illness rendered her unresponsive, she was rushed to the emergency room at Southeastern Medical Center in Cambridge, Ohio. Here, they ran tests and found that she had a thyroid storm and was in septic shock. They intubated her and life flighted her to OSU Wexner Center in Columbus; where they discovered the infection had traveled to her heart resulting in her having multiple strokes. She was placed on a vent, and after being admitted to OSU for a month, she was discharged to a rehabilitation facility where she began I.V. Therapy.
She was doing great for the first couple of weeks until she got sick again. They sent her to the ER and ran more test, where they discovered the infection had come back, this time it destroyed her mitral valve, this being a life-threatening situation. At this point, she was placed on a vent again–and for the second time in a few months–she was life flighted, this time to OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus. Here, fluid in her stomach and her lungs was discovered, this fluid caused her to go into liver failure and which, also, nearly killed her. Once they were able to get her liver functions back to normal, they performed an open heart surgery to fix the mitral valve destroyed from infection.
While going through these trials and tribulations, Jessica was lucky to escape death on multiple occasions. It is but for the sheer mercy and grace of God that she is with us today. However, when it rains, it pours. While at Riverside, her home and her families belongings caught fire and they lost everything. While dealing with her illnesses, her mother Lynn Cox, sister Ashley Dutro, and her husband Josh Blasenhauer have sacrificed many working hours to take care of her three little girls and little boy, while also taking turns to be by her bedside. Now, they rejoice that Jessica is about ready to come home. However, the fire took the home she had, and her family’s resources are depleted to the point they are unable to help her.
Though I believe they need more given the enormous amount of medical costs incurred through all of this; they have chosen to set the modest goal of $5,000. This will go to renting an apartment or home that Jessica can move into and work on her rehabilitation as well as work on getting her babies back into her life. It will also help with replacing the belongings her family lost due to the house fire. I have known this family, as I mentioned before, almost 20 years now. Lynn, Jessica’s mother, is as kind-hearted a soul as you could ever meet. She is a good, hardworking woman. Jessica is also known among her peers as a sweet, loving, dutiful mother and wife. I hope, you can find it in your heart, to help this family who has–in the past three to four months–been through more than any family deserves. If you cannot afford to help them financially, please help us bring attention to their story by sharing this story with your friends.