Governor's egg hunt back on after fugitive captured

  • Governor's egg hunt back on after fugitive captured

Governor's egg hunt back on after fugitive captured

The Easter Egg Hunt was divided into different sections based on age groups.

The cloisters ofThe Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Seawere filled this morning with the sounds of children's laughter and plastic Easter eggs bouncing out of baskets during the annual Easter egg hunt.

A statement from Scott Walker and Tonette Walker said the hunt will happen "as originally scheduled for those that were pre-registered". "And it's just great fun to be able to open up the church, to be able to invite people, their kids, their family, their children to come and to just have a really good time celebrating this fantastic Easter weekend", said Pastor John. "It brings the community together", Cheyenne's dad, Roger Young, said of the event.

"I said, 'Well, why not have it?'" she said.

The egg hunts I attended with my children when they were little weren't quite this insane, but I do remember lots of parents out there "helping" their kids and making sure their haul was substantial.

There will also be daily zookeeper talks, wagon rides, Easter photos with Winston the Zoo mascot and other family fun.

"I'm very appreciative that they do this so the parents don't have to stress out about what they're going to do for Easter", said parent Erika McCurdy.

An egg hunt was held for visually impaired children at the local Evansville Police Department FOP PAL Camp. "We are always looking for ongoing sponsorship and partnership to make more events like this a reality", he said.

The event's main objective was to let children know that there are plenty of positive and fun things to do at church. "And that's why we added the second hunt". "Lots of blue ones".

Children with special needs (12 and under) and their siblings can enjoy this special Easter Egg Hunt hosted by.the Wichita East/Southeast Lions Club and The Arc of Sedgwick County on Saturday.