Hundreds turn out for Gibson Park Easter egg hunt

Hundreds turn out for Gibson Park Easter egg hunt

About 250 children and their parents gathered plastic eggs Saturday morning at Santa Barbara's Chase Palm Park. He said that his grandfather had had a fun time, and that he liked the new location in the lower part of Willow Park.

The children were given an hour to find all the eggs, but most were found long before the time limit came. There was 60 dollars spread evenly between the four categories.

The event ended with a large scale egg hunt.

"It was a nice way to spend part of the holiday", she said.

Among the eggs collected were Cadbury's, Maltesers, Thorton's and Celebrations. She said she had her eyes on a stuffed bear, but another child got to it first.

Over 15,000 dyed Easter eggs covered the Capitol lawn on Sunday for the Capitol Easter egg hunt. "But they melted, they were chocolate".

Lauren Speck, a member of the Kingston Kiwanis who sponsored the egg hunt, said it's consistent with the organization's commitment to children and the community.

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Lopez praised the event and said it was well run.

"She did really well", said her grandfather, Doug Carney. Well, that depended on the age group.

"We like to get to know our neighbors, and let them know we're here", he said. "It was a great event". Many businesses and individuals donated both money and prizes for the event.

Whether it took seconds, or a few tries to find them all it was a simple experience but one that meant so much to the kids. "When it was all over, I looked at my phone, and it was 11:03".

A sea of smiling faces descended on the Ott Road ballpark in Stevensville on Friday, March 30 for the annual Easter egg hunt. The 1 to 3 category began roughly ten minutes before the other categories.

"I like going Easter hunting and finding them", Payton said. I am so proud of what the boys have done and with how they behaved when visiting places where children were poorly.

We'll continue to stay very warm this weekend, as high pressure continues to dominate the region. Kids raced around the yard near 950 Field Drive in Noblesville looking for eggs filled with candy and tickets to win prizes.