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Kids run to find as many Easter eggs as they can in hopes to find the prize eggs


The Fallon Paiute Shoshone Tribe hosted their annual Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday, April 1. They celebrated Easter with a Community Breakfast, 5K and an Easter Egg Hunt.

The Easter weekend began with the Community Breakfast which was held at the Senior Center. The 5K walk started at 8:00 a.m. with participants from all ages. The route began in front of the Education Center and followed a scenic loop down Agency Road to Reservation Road, turning onto Hicks Road and back to Mission Road. William Dick was the first to cross the finish line.

Following the 5K, hundreds of Easter eggs decorated the field for children to take a crack at an egg hunt. There was special hunts for different age groups as well as prizes, and activities, which made this a perfect event for your entire family. At the egg hunt they brought the lucky children who found prize eggs to the Arbor Area, where they won a prize. There were 4 age classes where children could win a prize and even 1 age group for adults to win. The entire event was a knockout!

We would like to pass on a huge thank you to all the kids, parents, volunteers and staff for supporting this event and making it such a special family day out.




 TERO Applications

The TERO Department continually accepts applications. If your application is over one (1) year from the date you last submitted, a new application will need to be completed. Please stop by the TERO Office or pick one up, they are located by the front door of the Administration Building.


If you are interested in attending trainings that are outside of the area or need help finding one, please let me know, I am happy to assist. TERO can help with some training costs for Fallon Paiute-Shoshone Tribal Members.

Please call for more information at 775-423-6075, ext. 238.


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