Wednesday October 7th, 2015 6:15AM

Cabbage Patch Kids to celebrate Easter at home, at White House

By Ken Stanford Reporter
CLEVELAND - The Cabbage Patch Kids are ready to celebrate Easter at home and at the White House this year.<br /> <br /> The 26th Annual Magical Easter Eggstravaganza will take place Saturday, April 12, at Babyland General, the Cabbage Patch home in Cleveland. (See first link below for details.)<br /> <br /> Then, about two weeks later, they'll be part of the White House Easter Egg Roll. Two of the "kids," Amy Sue and Brian Josh, will be in Washington for the annual event. (Click on second link below.)
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