West Hartford Easter Egg hunt teaches spiritual lesson along with the fun

West Hartford Easter Egg hunt teaches spiritual lesson along with the fun

In addition to the 10,000 eggs filled by the event's sponsor, the Active 20-30 Club of Napa, kites, Frisbees, wiffle ball sets and other toys were arranged on the six areas of lawn. "It should be fun". The Zoo is also open on Easter Monday.

Kami Olmstead and Karen Holladay started the Special Needs Easter Egg Hunt 10 years ago, but due to health concerns they were going to be unable to continue the tradition this year.

Liz Secrest, executive director of Martinsville Uptown (MURA), held Shepherd by the arm to help guide and assist her as the Easter bunny walked from the Pocket Park to the site of the second Easter egg hunt: the Historic Henry County Courthouse lawn.

An Easter egg hunt that includes children with disabilities took place today at the Sioux Empire Fairgrounds.

What began as a small Easter Egg hunt and picnic that served about 50 kids has turned into the community-wide event, with pony rides, bounce houses, games, a auto show, a visit from the Easter Bunny and support from the Deming Police Department and Luna County Sheriff's Office.

Over at Oak Hammock Marsh, they are holding an Easter egg hunt that involves using GPS systems to track down the eggs in the marsh. "This is my sixth one".

"I got so many eggs", said Amelia, age 5. "It's a lot of fun". "I am very experienced with Easter Egg hunts", says Dylan Fletcher, a 6 year old partaking in the hunt.

Jack Anderson, a first grader, left the egg hunt with a new yellow yoyo and a basket full of candy.

"This is the best one that I've ever had", Kai said.

"Horses can be used for therapy in anyone's world whether it be confidence, or building esteem, or learning respect", she said.

In many countries, lamb is eaten as the main Easter Day meal.

In all, more than 2,000 eggs, containing candy or treats, were distributed. "The whole family is out there".

With shoes shined and baskets, the Easter bunny had left on the doorstep in hand, my brother and I would head off to church where the other children would look as festive as we did.



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