By Brian O’Shea, Plateau Daily News
Clear skies and pleasant temps for the hundred or so folks who attended The Village Green’s egg hunt on Easter Sunday.
The festivities were initially planned for Saturday, but the decision was made to push it a day because of rain in the forecast.
“We are so pleased that we were able to reschedule the Easter Egg Hunt to a beautiful day,” said Shelby Batchelor, Community Event and Volunteer Coordinator at TVG. “We thought it was the best decision considering Saturday’s weather and we’re thankful to all who came out on Sunday.”
Three egg hunts began simultaneously; 0-4 year olds inside of the playground, 5-8 year olds on the playground lawn, and 9-11 year olds on the gazebo lawn.
2,000 eggs filled with treats were scattered throughout the park, and when kids were given the signal, it was a free for all.
Hiding literally a ton of eggs is no small task, luckily the Easter Bunny had help from the community.
“We had five amazing volunteers that made this event a success by helping to stuff the Easter eggs with candy and helping to hide them on the lawn,” said Batchelor. “We are so grateful for our volunteers who give their support and time to make our community events successful.”
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