Published: Sat, April 15, 2017
National | By Traci Kelley

WPU Easter Egg hunt a success all around

WPU Easter Egg hunt a success all around

Kids can never get too much candy or collect too many Easter eggs, which is flawless because there will be more than 5,000 eggs to find at Moorestown's 78th annual Easter Egg Hunt.

There were close to 1,000 plastic eggs that had either candy or toys inside.

In preparation for the Easter Sunday Lions Club Egg Hunt on Sun., April 16 here is a little history for all the adults and children out there that might like to know about the Easter Bunny. Bring camera for pictures with the Easter Bunny.

Saturday's hunt, which will take place from 1 to 4 p.m., will have different sessions for children with different abilities, bounce houses, crafts tables, photo ops with the Easter Bunny and refreshments. This hunt is for ages 1-10; each age group will be staggered to help give kids time to find their eggs, especially the little ones.

When the horn sounded it didn't take long for the field to be picked clean. The day starts off with Cowboy Church with Coy Huffman and Dale Orr, followed by an Easter Egg Hunt and lots of fun surprises for the kids.

Volunteers from the DHS mentors were on hand to assist as were China Poblana's Evelyn Maytorena, Lauren Paun, Rosela Felix and Camila Ovando.

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Eggstravaganza D.C.: The National Community Church is hosting an "eggtravagant" egg hunt at Lincoln Park (East Capitol Street NE) in Capitol Hill. A hay ride, train ride, horseshoe painting and concessions will be available at additional cost. Children up to third grade are invited to participate in an Easter Egg hunt with more than 7,000 eggs hidden. Areas of the grounds will be divided up according to age groups.

Sacred Heart Easter Egg Hunt - Visitors are asked to wear white to the Easter masses if possible and an Easter Egg hunt follows after the 11 a.m. mass - Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 22 Stone St., Salinas.

Lakeport Rotary dyes 2,880 eggs for the egg hunt every year.

The event is open to kids ages 10 and younger, along with their families. Participants should bring a decorated, personalized hard-boiled egg for the egg roll, after which prizes will be awarded for the fastest eggs in Covington.

C Shop Annual Easter Egg Hunt: 4-6 p.m., The C Shop, 4825 Alderson Road, Birch Bay 360-371-2070 The C Shop presents its annual egg hunt from 4-6 p.m. The free community event is for all ages.

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