viernes, 26 de abril de 2019

White House Easter Egg Roll Rolls on for 141st Year

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White House Easter Egg Roll Rolls on for 141st Year

“The 141st White House Easter Egg Roll – and first lady Melania Trump's third – got underway on the South Lawn Monday,” Maria Puente writes for USA Today.

“More than 30,000 people were expected to join President Trump for the annual rewind of one of the oldest White House traditions, aimed mostly at kids. The main event is the spectacle of children rolling hard-boiled eggs across the lawn, but the first lady introduced two new additions to the festivities: musical eggs and a game of hopscotch named for her ‘Be Best’ initiative to improve the well-being of American children.”

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