Published: Wed, April 04, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Kristin Zimmerman

Easter Egg Hunt At Hadley Park Grows

Easter Egg Hunt At Hadley Park Grows

For many families in east Missoula this egg hunt has become a tradition, one they can't take their kids to this year.

Anitra Russel, 7, found the "Christ" egg.

They set their sights on hundreds of bright plastic eggs as part of the Seguin Pan American Golf Association's (P.A.G.A.) Annual Easter Egg Hunt.

The event was expected to get underway at 10 Brea Junior High School Park.

"We're delighted to have collected so many eggs at our Worcestershire branches to donate in time for Easter".

"It also helps them interact with other children like them", Phillips said. Not so for the older children, where parents had to stay behind the cordoned off areas. "My favorite candy is the Samrties and my magic eggs".

The Elks had six members volunteer their time to run the Easter Egg Hunt for the kids.

This year's egg hunt was held at Hadley Park.

"If we have known as a community they were stepping back, we could have stepped in and tried to take over and do something for this year", said Sunderland. "They are very excited about it every year". I tried to drag it out a little bit.

Singler Mat Duffus likes to bring children up to make music with him.

Adilynn and her family were a few of about 100 people who participated in Saturday's egg hunt at Moose Lodge.

Eggs were purchased from a company that employs special-needs adults to fill them with candy. "It's a win-win".

Families also gathered at the Noble Terrace in Elizabethtown Saturday for an Easter egg hunt sponsored by the Elizabethtown/Lewis Youth Commission. "It was a huge undertaking".

The bunny was chocolate colored with a ruffled pink collar.

For an hour children of many ages played games, jumped rope and made Easter-themed arts and crafts.

And this tricky puzzle will leave you scratching your head as you try to figure out where the hidden bunny is.

"It's good for the girls to get out", McLaughlin said.

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