Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Hodges Community Center on Saturday, April 8

  • Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Hodges Community Center on Saturday, April 8

Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Hodges Community Center on Saturday, April 8

When the services are over, at about noon, children up to sixth grade will be invited to look for 17,000 eggs on the high school lawn.

The one with the most eggs will be during Easter Sunday, April 16.

There will be an egg hunt for kids on April 9 in Armstrong Park, so far the only Chicago Park District-sponsored Easter event on the south lakefront.

"I point to them and then she grabs them", Vinyard said.

Volunteers at the Atlantic Specialty Care have stuffed 19,000 eggs, with candy, chocolate and some in each age group will include tickets for prizes. He said he and McClain started it at Bishop Park in the early 2000's, but it grew too big.

The National Guard will show off their equipment and the Franklin County Family Resource Center has enlisted the help of CHILL (Communities Helping Improve Local Lives) and the FRESH (Focus on Response and Education to Stay Healthy) Coalition to inform the community about safety and wellness.

For the third year in a row, special needs children in the greater Flint area were able to gather for an egg-ceptional time.

Carrying colorful baskets, buckets and pails, the children searched for eggs in three age-limited groups, toddlers first, the 3- to 5-year-olds second, and the 6-to-8 group third.

Lana said the Gering Kiwanis has held the Easter Egg hunt for around 15 years.

The hunt will feature more than 10,000 eggs. The students also help others with tasks that need to get done. She said she's happy to hear that families are appreciating the "no parent" rule.

"I think next year we need a lot more Easter Eggs for a crowd this size", says Jerry Haas, President of the Bismarck Optimist Club.

LET'S MOVE! COLUMBIA EASTER EGGSTRAVAGANZA: 5:30-7:30 p.m. Saturday at Spirit Communications Park. They come, find their eggs, and go home, " said Caroline McKinney, Liberty Township's spokesperson and economic development director.

Modern additions are the consumption of Easter sweets and chocolates, gifts and decorated baskets in egg, chick and bunny shapes.

The students are going to be filling the eggs in a 20-minute period called PAWS that allows teachers to have interventions with students.

First Christian Church will also be hosting their vacation bible school July 17th-21st this year.

"We're actually visiting from out of town, and I thought it was something fun for them to do", she said of the hunt.