Students stockpile eggs for annual Kiwanis event

Students volunteers from the Lakota schools, Anthem House Church, and Boy Scout Troop 942 have filled the eggs with candy for Liberty Township's annual egg hunt.

Carnival games start at 10 a.m., as does the VIP Easter Egg Hour for special needs children.

Windber Easter egg hunt: Ariana and Alexis Maddy, 5, the daughters of Josh and Kayla Maddy of Windber, are all smiles as they get ready to search for eggs at the annual WAVE Easter egg hunt.

Participants who collect additional pledges for the Northumberland Humane Society are eligible to collect more eggs.

"Usually he doesn't pick them up", she said of egg hunts when he was younger. Tea with entertainment: A story with costumes, musical numbers and an appearance by the Easter bunny. In addition to the hunt, the children can enjoy doughnut holes and milk, photos with the Easter Bunny, treats, coloring and face painting.

More than 70 eggs were hidden throughout the community center — inside books and behind cushions, on top of picture frames and in the piano — most of the eggs contained candy, but some had money or coupons, and among them were hard-boiled eggs as well. He scheduled the event a week before the Easter weekend to allow more happenings around town. "I like how the organizers divide the kids up by age".

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Hill said there will be small, medium, large eggs and a silver egg and a golden egg for the biggest prizes. "I was kind of anxious about the spring break, if no one would come out, and it looks like a good turnout", said Newman.

"We got to find eggs and then after we saw friends and got to eat cookies", said Morgan. "I'm grateful we have such a good community that would come out even in this weather, and I love them for that". From April 21 to 23, the adoption event returns.

Around 300 people came to the egg hunt, making it the best turnout of the event's three-year existence, according Linette Ramos, the event's main organizer.

Baked goods were also sold to raise funds.

She said she found it underneath the root of a tree, and the chocolate bunny she received for her efforts was almost as big as she was.

Harper Manley, 3, showed off her prizes.

Squeglia said that is a lot of money each month the rescue won't have now. In the event of rain, the hunt will be relocated inside the college.

"Usually it's cold and rainy, and sometimes we have snow", Rich Kern said.

"The event really went well". “I looked at the group and decided we should be kids again.”.