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Thousands of Colored Eggs and High Energy Equals Easter Fun

Hundreds of children from 1-12 scurried across the field at Scotten School picking up candy filled plastic eggs Saturday morning. The Twin Cities Church Easter Egg Hunt had bounce houses and other activities as well as special egg “hunting areas” for set up each age group.

egghunt2Parents thought the event was a great way to celebrate the spring holiday famous for bunnies and candy filled eggs.
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egghunt5One parent gave his child last minutes instructions.
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eastereghunt1All the children found eggs and collected their goodies. One little guy was especially excited.
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egghunt1It took 30 volunteers working over eight hours to fill almost 10,000 eggs to make the event possible.

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1 Comment

April 20, 2014

Dan Taliaferro

Great Job Twin Cities, what a wonderful contribution to this community

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