Jason Chapman, a member of the Clallam County chapter of the Roughnecks Motorcycle Club, places an egg in a clearing near West 10th Street and Estes Court in west Port Angeles on Saturday so that neighborhood children could hunt Easter eggs today. Egg My Yard is a fundraising project for the nonprofit group made up of law enforcement and first responders. It will support their annual “Shop with a Roughneck” in December. Club members take Clallam County foster children Christmas shopping, giving each child $100 to spend. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Jason Chapman, a member of the Clallam County chapter of the Roughnecks Motorcycle Club, places an egg in a clearing near West 10th Street and Estes Court in west Port Angeles on Saturday so that neighborhood children could hunt Easter eggs today. Egg My Yard is a fundraising project for the nonprofit group made up of law enforcement and first responders. It will support their annual “Shop with a Roughneck” in December. Club members take Clallam County foster children Christmas shopping, giving each child $100 to spend. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Clallam County Roughnecks hide eggs for kids

Jason Chapman, a member of the Clallam County chapter of the Roughnecks Motorcycle Club, places an egg in a clearing near West 10th Street and Estes Court in west Port Angeles on Saturday so that neighborhood children could hunt Easter eggs today. Egg My Yard is a fundraising project for the nonprofit group made up of law enforcement and first responders. It will support their annual “Shop with a Roughneck” in December. Club members take Clallam County foster children Christmas shopping, giving each child $100 to spend.

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