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Apr 10 2017 by Desiree Burns
The Civic Center Library egg hunt and story time in English begins at 10:30 a.m. April 11.
With parents in one hand and Easter baskets in another, kids from near and far hurried about on the upper ball fields of SARA Park to stuff their baskets with as many free, candy-filled plastic eggs as they could.
The district deployed about 6,000 eggs this year, 2,000 more than last year, and as he predicted, they were scooped up by eager children in not much more than a minute. Matt O'Shea (19th) is coordinating the egg hunt at 3721 W. 111th St.
- There's just something about finding a colorful egg hiding in the grass.
Event organizers say four areas have been designated for certain age groups to ensure all youngsters have an opportunity to find eggs.
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South Korean and USA forces are also involved in annual joint military drills that run until the end of April. It has conducted five nuclear tests, two since the beginning of previous year , and scores of missile tests.
Attendees have been asked to do not forget to bring their own bag and flashlights, and all children will be required to register for the event in order to participate, according to organizers.
The Edwardsville Knights of Columbus, meanwhile, is getting a jump on things with its Easter egg hunt scheduled from 1 p.m.to 3 p.m. Sunday at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Marine Road. This popular event is for middle school age children (age 11-13).
Inside some of the eggs were certificates for a stuffed bunny that were redeemable at the park or from a local business. Attendees have been asked to bring their own baskets to the hunt. There will be prizes awarded according to age after the hunt is over. Children are invited to dress like the Easter Bunny and receive a special prize.
Both hunts promise fun and excitement for all who participate.