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Grant Park Easter Egg Hunt

Children raced through Grant Park on Saturday morning in search of nearly 15,000 plastic eggs for the third annual Easter egg hunt in the South Perry Business District.

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Nicole Hensley - The Spokesman-Review

It was tiring day for 17-month-old Calliope Vaughn, who found one purple egg during the hunt. She’s a natural Easter egg hunter, according to her father, Tim Vaughn, who said she jumped over the line and took one - instinctively knowing what to do.


Nicole Hensley - The Spokesman-Review

The race is on for 6-year-old Aaron White (pictured right), who only got five eggs to start, but he’s prepared to pick up 1,000 eggs in his basket, he said.


Nicole Hensley - The Spokesman-Review

Mikyla Cardwell, 7, came to her mother with tears of joy after she found golden egg. She plans on saving the metallic egg to remember this Easter for a very long time.


Nicole Hensley - The Spokesman-Review

Although organizers tried to make sure all the children found eggs, some, like 4-year-old Erianna Beckley, were hoping for more.


Nicole Hensley - The Spokesman-Review

Aimee Beckley shows Erianna how to open the plastic eggs to find the candy hidden inside.


Nicole Hensley - The Spokesman-Review

Erianna Beckley gleefully runs off to continue her festivities at Grant Park.


Nicole Hensley - The Spokesman-Review

Members of the Grant Elementary Africa Drummers and Dancers show some of their routines for the Easter egg hunt crowd at Grant Park.

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