Mayor Ben Benoit isn't checking his watch because he was bored, just counting down the minutes before the next group of kids were to descend onto the field of eggs.
|The pregame strategy session.|
|Casting her gaze upon her heart's desire.|
|No pressure here, plenty of time to choose which egg was best.|
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Someone was caught looking at my camera, as another photographer snapped some reverse angle photos.
|This young baseball player had a winning technique with her hat as a substitute basket.|
|Fun at a craft table.|
|My favorite photo of the day.|
|Assistant City Manager Dan York shows people the various options planned for the new park.|
Troop 2399 hosts an ADA egg hunt. One tub has the eggs hidden in Easter grass, another among pom poms, and the last one (as pictured) in rice.
They already have next year penciled in to host the ADA egg hunt.
|Find the matching eggs.|
|These eggs emit sound for the visually impaired.|
Four of the five key girl scouts responsible for the ADA egg hunt, I was told that they are cadets. Left to right... Raylah F, Hailey C, Sarah H and Kaydee L. Not pictured is Sydney, she was on a school trip.
One new grandma posted about how much fun she had bringing her young granddaughter to the event:
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