Green River Star -

By Lillian Palmer
Staff Writer 

3rd annual Easter egg hunt delights more kids

 

Star photo by Lillian Palmer

In search of eggs; Alessa Whitehead searches for Easter eggs hidden in the grass at an Easter Egg Hunt at Indian Hills Park Saturday.

The candy was plenty and ready as hundreds of kids with their parents descended upon the grassy hillside.

There were 7,500 plastic Easter eggs filled with candy, hidden and dispersed throughout Indian Hills Park in Green River Saturday. Approximately $2,500 in candy was available to the mob of excited kids.

The children raced onto the field that afternoon, split into age groups and separate areas of the park. The children dispersed with Easter baskets in hand, grasping at their hand-sized candy bars and eggs.

Smith's Food and Drug donated most of the candy for the event, as well as some i...



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