And of course that helps the Pine Tree Camp. Their policy is that no child or adult with disabilities gets turned away regardless of whether or not they can financially afford to attend camp.

If normally you are someone that donates to The Q106.5 Egg Ride by purchasing a cardboard egg or two at area retailers, and this year you're just not out running errands as much due to the pandemic, Pine Tree Camp came up with a solution. Here's a link to do an on line purchase of a cardboard egg. Cost is $1, $5, $10, $20 or other. The form will also ask you to recognize an area business where you usually buy your cardboard egg. They'll even put your name on a cardboard egg and hang it on the wall or window, wherever.

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Once this on line way to buy cardboard eggs went live, the very first purchase was for $100, and the buyer selected Bear's One Stop in Newport.  What a great start. And shout out to Bob and everyone at Bear's who enthusiastically sell the cardboard eggs and cover all that glass with them, on both windows of the store.

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