Governor’s annual Easter Egg Hunt back on after Jakubowski capture
The governor’s annual Easter Egg Hunt will be held Saturday after originally being canceled amid security concerns, the Governor’s Office confirmed to News 3.
The event, scheduled for 11 a.m. on Saturday at the Wisconsin Executive Residence, was canceled Thursday, but it was announced Friday morning that the event is back on.
“As you may have heard, law enforcement apprehended the public threat yesterday evening,” Gov. Scott Walker and First Lady Tonette Walker said in an email. “We are very thankful to all law enforcement for their outstanding work apprehending the suspect who posed the threat and glad that people don’t have to worry about weekend Easter activities.”
According to the email, the event will take place as originally scheduled for those that were pre-registered.
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