White House unveils 2010 Easter Egg
The White House has unveiled its official 2010 Easter Egg. The eggs come in four colors – purple, pink, green, yellow – and include the stamped signatures of the President and First Lady.
But the eggs have been given a modern twist. In keeping with efforts to make the keepsake eggs environmentally friendly, all eggs have been crafted in the United States from Forest Stewardship Council-certified hardwood. The packaging the eggs come in also has been designed to minimize waste and environmental impact, the White House says.
The eggs will be given as a souvenir to all children 12 years and younger who attend the White House Easter Egg Roll on Monday, April 5. But anyone can view and purchase the souvenir eggs online via the National Park Foundation website.
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