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TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -
with the African American Legacy Project in Toledo are still in the process of
moving into their new home at the corner of Collingwood and Dorr, but they're
planning for the first event at that new home on Easter Sunday.
An Easter egg hunt is set for 2-4 p.m., and an
Easter Egg Tree was decorated there Wednesday. The tree symbolizes new
beginnings and rebirth.
are hoping to attract up to 500 children, from toddlers up to sixth-graders.
project's motto is ‘preserving the past, gifting the future,' and by having a
place to remember the contributions of others, it's also a chance to connect
children with positive role models.
Graham says there will be plenty of activities for children at that event.
emerging leaders program, our up-and-coming leaders in the community, very
positive role models for the children, we want to establish a relationship with
children in the community with our emerging leaders as much as possible," she