Champ, Major featured on official White House Easter eggs
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President BidenJoe BidenMellman: Trump voters cling to 2020 tale FDA authorizes another batch of J&J vaccine Cotton warns of China collecting athletes' DNA at 2022 Olympics MORE’s dogs Champ and Major are front-and-center on the official White House Easter eggs this year.

The White House Historical Association (WHHA) announced the designs on Friday, along with plans for this year’s virtual Easter Egg Roll amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Another of the eggs' designs features an Easter rabbit wearing a mask, along with an image of President Biden's and first lady Jill BidenJill BidenBiden meets Queen Elizabeth for first time as president Overnight Health Care: FDA says millions of J&J doses from troubled plant must be thrown out | WHO warns Africa falling far behind in vaccinations | Top CDC official says US not ready for next pandemic The Hill's 12:30 Report - Presented by Facebook - Sights and sounds from Biden's UK visit MORE’s signatures.


The eggs are currently available for pre-order on the WHHA’s website.

This year’s Easter Egg Roll includes a virtual White House Easter scavenger hunt with a 360-degree virtual tour of the executive mansion. The hunt will challenge players to find ten “fun facts” about the history of the egg roll, the White House and the people who have lived there. 

A “fill in the blank” worksheet can be completed when the fun facts are located. Completed worksheets can be submitted for a chance to win a commemorative 2021 wooden egg set.

The egg roll also includes a printable bingo game and a coloring page featuring a 2001 painting of John Philip Sousa conducting the U.S. Marine Band at the 1889 egg roll.

The event goes back to 1878 and typically draws thousands to the White House lawn for a fun day of events. Last year’s egg roll was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.