NB Deputy Mayor Theodore Bear proclaims ‘Bear & Egg Hunt’
NEW BETHLEHEM, PA. (RVO) – In a surprise move this week, Deputy Mayor of New Bethlehem Theodore Bear, known for his fuzzy legislation and soft-hugging policies, emerged from COVID-19 hibernation to encourage his constituents of the New Bethlehem area & Redbank Valley community to host a ‘Bear & Egg Hunt!’
In an exclusive interview with Mayor Bear, he shared the idea for the ‘Bear Hunt’ was inspired by a children’s book “We’re going on a bear hunt” by Michael Rosen. Families and Businesses place teddy bears in the windows of their homes to cheer up children who are traveling through their neighborhood.
Mayor Bear explained he had received an ‘unbearable’ amount of requests from his constituents who wanted to see these ideas come to fruition.
Bear was also quick to give credit to the Clarion Area Chamber of Business & Industry who is leading a county-wide ‘Bear & Egg Hunting’ efforts. Locally, Bear also wished to express his ‘roaring’ appreciation to the Redbank Valley Chamber of Commerce and Redbank Valley Community Center for bearing with his ‘hair-raising’ ideas to encourage ‘pawsitivity.’
Despite the corrupt media claiming that he always does the ‘bear minimum’ and was not ‘kola-fied’ to serve as Deputy Mayor, Bear defended his position stating that he has been spending some much needed ‘koalaty’ time with his family, respecting the stay-at-home practices recommended by the CDC.
Not wanting to ‘stir the honey pot’ and be the ‘bearer’ of bad news, Mayor Bear said during the ‘panda-monium’ of COVID-19 pandemic, he had never lost his ‘bearings’, but it was time to address these ‘bear-y’ important issues in his community.
SOCIAL DISTANCING EASTER EGG HUNT
Mayor Bear also shared he has established a strategic partnership with Egbert Cottontail, better known as the Easter Bunny, who would like to see kids decorate and hang paper eggs in the windows of their homes from March 28th through April 5th as part of a Social Distancing Egg Hunt.
Businesses are also encouraged to participate by decorating their windows for Easter.
Mr. Cottontail shared that kids, with their parents approval, can use construction paper, scissors and glue or even foam paper, glitter and gems!
Mayor Bear executed a mayoral proclamation stating:
“I am encouraging the New Bethlehem area & Redbank Valley community to place a ‘Teddy Bear’ and ‘Easter Eggs’ in the windows of their homes and businesses, so families with younger children can drive around town and search/hunt for the bears/eggs. This is a fun and safe activity that can be done during the coronavirus pandemic.”
Deputy Mayor Bear and Mr. Cottontail hopes that everyone in the New Bethlehem area and Redbank Valley community are staying hippity hoppity healthy and is looking forward to celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Mayor Bear exclaimed; “I wish you a blessed and joy filled Easter!”
Bear also shared that he would encourage his constituents to send any photos of bears and/or Easter-themed windows to [email protected] and his administration will share them for all to enjoy!