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The Easter Bunny is getting ready to hop on over to the White House!
The annual White House Easter Egg Roll is April 5th, and in anticipation, the White House has revealed the 2010 Easter Egg Design.
The egg comes in four colors: purple, pink, green and yellow, and it has the stamped signatures of President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama.
But the signatures aren't the only feature. According to the White House the egg is more "environmentally friendly" and have been crafted from Forest Stewardship Council-certified hardwood. The packaging is eco-friendly too!
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It's made from paperboard that contains no wood fibers from endangered forests, is recyclable and features vegetable oil-based inks and a water-based coating.
The egg is produced and sold by the National Park Foundation and is given as a souvenir to all children under 12 who attend the White House Easter Egg Roll.
And in case you didn't get a ticket and won't be attending the roll, you can also buy the egg online.
This year's theme for the roll is "Ready, Set, Go", part of Mrs. Obama's plan to promote health and wellness in the United States and combat childhood obesity. There's also going to be some live performances at the event. There's even a rumor the cast of the Fox hit show "Glee" may turn up!