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Amiyah Thompson, Keelie Burton and Jenna Brown.

PENDLETON — Pendleton Heights cheerleaders started what they hope to be a new annual fundraiser on the weekend — hiding Easter eggs outside area homes on Saturday night for ready-made hunts the next morning.

“They egged over 60 houses on Saturday in the community,” said Heather Drake, cheer parent and fundraising coordinator. “It was a great fundraiser for them.”

Drake said the students hid eggs at 62 houses, raising $2,380 during their first “Egg My Yard” effort.

Students filled plastic eggs with goodies and made stops to customers who pre-ordered the service. Prices were either $20, $45 and $60 for 24, 50 or 80 eggs, respectively.

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