SUMMIT, NJ - Talk about an offer that is all it's cracked up to be.

The Summit Police Department and the Policemen's Benevolent Association Local #55 are teaming up for a fun Easter egg-themed program to benefit the Thomas I. Glasser Scholarship Fund.

On the evening of Saturday, April 20, Department personnel will visit homes in the Hilltop City and decorate yards with dozens of candy- / toy-filled eggs.

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in addition, one of the eggs distributed from all the obs that magically appear throughout the town will hold a winning ticket for a child to become a police officer for a day, including a private tour of police headquarters, police car showing and a swearing-in ceremony with the Chief of Police. The winner will also be awarded a goody bag with police 'swag'.

Residents can chose one of two options: two (2) dozen eggs for $20 or four (4) dozen eggs for $35, with options to pay with a check or online.

If paying by check, use the form above and send -- with a check made out to the Thomas Glasser Scholarship Fund -- to the Summit Police Department, 512 Springfield Avenue, Summit, 07901. All forms are due by April 2.

The Thomas I. Glasser Memorial Scholarship Fund assists children of active and retired Summit Police Officers, as well as Summit High School Seniors who intend to pursue a college education in Criminal Justice or Law Enforcement.

For further information, contact Tricia Cantone at tflynncan@msn.com. The Summit Police Department reminds the community that candy- / toy-filled eggs are not recommended for children under the age of three.