Families enjoy Easter egg hunt at FunworX arcade in Bigenmans

Egg Hunts should go perfectly as long as the heat doesn’t melt any of the candy!


“It’s a great gift to the city”, said Pastor Smith, “It’s a great time for folks to come out and just enjoy being together but also to enjoy and recognize why we celebrate what we do”.

“They make a beeping sound”, she said, talking about special Easter eggs, that are the creation of local explosives teams from Kirtland Air Force Base and the APD bomb squad.

George Washington basketball cheerleading coach Trina McLaughlin said her squad first began helping out Stonewall with the Cheer-All event, where persons with impairments are able to learn how to cheer and strut their stuff.

“We have to refill constantly”, Carpenter said.

Luca was enjoying a water gun he had won with his dad.

In addition to the many goodies within the plastic eggs, families were given a raffle ticket for each child participating to win additional prizes, Amador said. She handed out coupons for eight girls’ and eight boys’ bikes, for children of varied ages, and instructed firefighters to hand them out to children at random. “So, she had some practice”.

Winners of the bicycles in the younger division at the New Haven Easter egg hunt Saturday were Jackson Gerlach, left, and Andrew Johnson.

This is a free event, as is parking and entry to the south shore beach area. “We do have some pirates here from the Pirate Festival, we wanted to celebrate that partnership that we have with them and give them a chance to come out and be a pirate”. “But she got a few eggs”.

Regarding the egg hunt, Leon said, “It’s over in two seconds”.

At one table, adult participant Eddie Tanguay smiled and laughed while he ate hot dogs and cookies with his friends. He said he still has family living in Country Village.

“There’s not a lot of community programs out there, especially during the holiday season”, Rivera said.

Lisa Kochel, one of the organizers, said the day was a success, especially with the nice weather.

A sea of smiling faces descended on the Ott Road ballpark in Stevensville on Friday, March 30 for the annual Easter egg hunt.

Horne said the Eagles are always looking for opportunities to serve the community, and the Easter egg hunt has been one of their most successful.


The event offers 15-minute Easter egg hunt times for four different age groups, as well as various activities, including a bean bag toss, toy fishing and archery games.

Now through April 30th
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