PHOTOS: Flamingos Descend on East Providence

Deliveries to support the East Providence High School's post prom event began on April Fool's Day and continue throughout the month.

Have you spied florescent pink birds peeping up from East Providence lawns?

On Saturday night, 48 flocks landed across the city, according to organizer Caroline Sadowski. Part of the annual Flamingo Fundraiser to support the 2012 post-prom event, April Fool's Day marked the first full day of their arrival.

For only $10, send a flock of lawn flamingos to a friend. Businesses can "flock" each other for $20. Sales start continue through April. 

Order online at ephspostprom.com or download the form to mail in with check or money order. You may also order in person at EPHS or East Providence Prevention Coalition Room 310 City Hall. Sponsored by EPHS, PTSA and EPPC.

Victoria April 02, 2012 at 10:54 AM
A fun fundraiser that we look forward to every year. Those with a sense of humor appreciate it best. It's a great way to help keep the senior graduating safe after the prom at a post event loaded with something for everyone. Thanks to all EP residents for your suppprt.
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