No Empty Baskets At Annual Easter Egg Hunt

No Empty Baskets At Annual Easter Egg Hunt
Becky Maxedon / 21 Mar 2016 / No Comments » Comments

Every year, hundreds of Lake Havasu City kids flock to SARA Park for the annual Community Easter Egg Hunt and this Sunday was no different.

The free event was supported by the Interact Club from Thunderbolt Middle School and provided area children with an opportunity to hunt for Easter eggs, win prizes and get their photo snapped with the ever popular Easter Bunny.

 Jillian Danielson/RiverScene

Jillian Danielson/RiverScene

Scott Taylor, of the Sunrise Rotary Club said, “There are 10 different patches for 10 different age groups. There are 25,000 stuffed eggs out here.”

Taylor explained that there was one special egg in each patch with a Rotary symbol attached.

“The person that gets that egg can turn it in for a giant Easter,” he said.

One diligent searcher, Ashley Batista, said she had fun looking for eggs.

“I got to help out my baby sister and I got a lot of eggs. It was exciting to see all the kids have fun and enjoy themselves,” Batista said.


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