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NEAHS hatches up a plan for your Easter

NEAHS has your Easter treats covered at a bake sale fundraiser on Good Friday. (Source: NEAHS) NEAHS has your Easter treats covered at a bake sale fundraiser on Good Friday. (Source: NEAHS)
Peter Cottontail smiles for NEAHS fundraising efforts to help the pets of NEA. (Source: NEAHS) Peter Cottontail smiles for NEAHS fundraising efforts to help the pets of NEA. (Source: NEAHS)
Brightly colored hand towels are available for purchase. (Source: NEAHS) Brightly colored hand towels are available for purchase. (Source: NEAHS)
Easter-themed t-shirts are available for purchase. (Source: NEAHS) Easter-themed t-shirts are available for purchase. (Source: NEAHS)
Delectable designs from Gigi's Cupcakes can be yours at the NEAHS Easter bake sale. (Source: NEAHS) Delectable designs from Gigi's Cupcakes can be yours at the NEAHS Easter bake sale. (Source: NEAHS)
JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) -

Step away from the calorie counting and feast your eyes on delectable treats for people and pets at the Northeast Arkansas Humane Society's annual bake sale happening Friday.

Doors open at 7:30 a.m. in the Elk Park Shopping Center. Last year's bake sale raised close to $13,000. Cash or checks are accepted.

The sale will feature homemade items, as well as cakes from Causbie's in Kennett and Newk's. There are even cupcakes from Gigi's cupcakes in Jonesboro.

Free NEAHS membership and a 2018 NEAHS calendar are available with a $50 purchase.

Expect to find cupcakes, cookies, and even dog treats available at this year's sale. The NEAHS will have monogrammed towels, Easter-themed t-shirts, and totes available for purchase at the Easter bake sale, too. 

All proceeds benefit the Northeast Arkansas Humane Society, which is a 501(c)3 organization.  

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