Cooperative Living magazine would like to invite you to participate in our “VIRTUAL” EASTER EGG HUNT and enter to win your choice of either a $25 Amazon gift card or a treat-filled Easter basket shipped right to your door!
IT’S EASY TO PLAY! Just search the pages of co-opliving.com for colorful hidden Easter eggs. They could be hidden anywhere!
Count the eggs as you find them. Then click on the banner on the homepage (or on the link at the bottom of this post) and complete the form with the number of eggs you found!
We will take all entries with the correct answer and put them in a drawing for the winning prize of either a $25 Amazon gift card or an Easter gift basket shipped right to your door (photo of winning basket is on the contest’s entry form)!
You have from Friday, April 10th through Monday, April 13th to search. All forms must be submitted by 11:59 p.m., Monday, April 13th. Winner will be announced at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 14th right here on Facebook and co-opliving.com!
“Like” and share this post, so your friends can join in on the fun, too! HAPPY HUNTING!!!
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Lineworker Appreciation Day in on Monday, April 13, so we're going to lead up to this special day with content honoring these important professionals. We have some cute co-op kids who would like to honor the lineworkers of Virginia, Maryland and Delaware's electric cooperatives! #thankalineworker
The weather outside is feeling like spring! While we're all at home, many of us might be thinking of gardening. Why not consider planting native perennials and attract pollinators?
Bees and butterflies are suffering tremendous pressure resulting from habitat loss and neither have enough food nor enough shelter. The flowers you plant can help to relieve this stress on our pollinators, which do so much good for us!