Published: Tue, April 18, 2017
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Thousands of eggs found at community hunt

Thousands of eggs found at community hunt

Bellamy has been helping to organize the Easter egg hunt for more than 20 years.

"We purchased about 6,000 plastic eggs with candy in them", Filoteo said.

This is the seventh year for Calvary's Easter egg hunt.

The event also had beeping eggs for the visually-impaired children.

One of the many things that amaze me as an immigrant in this wonderful country is how differently certain holidays or traditions are celebrated.

"We wanted it to be safe".

"For us Easter is the biggest day of the year".

"I had a plan to get close to the soccer ball and the football because I really like soccer and football", Rio said.

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"I didn't have to draw the short straw" to get the Easter bunny duty, Shepherd said.

Sorter also says Strive would like to thank the community for their support in this Easter Egg Hunt.

May children enjoyed telling WITN's CB Cotton what they love about Easter and hunting eggs.

Grigg said they had been lucky the rain had died away earlier in the morning. "You know? You as a parent feel proud at what they do".

The event is designed for kids that may need special accommodations. Jones said those children age 1- to 2-years-old, and those age 3- to 4-years-old hunted eggs in a level area close to each other for safety reasons. And yet a bunch of children scampered off to hunt for eggs, undeterred by the rain.

If you want. But the eggs - a Terry's chocolate egg and a Rowntree's egg - aren't for eating, as they're extremely rare and will be on display at York Castle Museum. "We try to remind people what the objective of Easter is, that Jesus died to save us from our sins on Friday and rose on Sunday".

Sharon Shepherd, deputy director of the Martinsville-Henry County Chamber of Commerce, got to relive the excitement she remembers as a girl getting her picture taken with the Easter Bunny. In addition to candy, the eggs contained yellow tickets with scriptures written on them.

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