Easter egg hunts have ‘eggstraordinary’ turnout

The Easter Bunny makes an early visit to Childress and visits with children, including eight-year-old Libby Sanford, at the Childress 4-H Club’s annual Community-Wide Easter Egg Hunt on Thursday, April 1 at the Childress Fair Park Pavilion.

The Easter Bunny makes an early visit to Childress and visits with children, including eight-year-old Libby Sanford, at the Childress 4-H Club’s annual Community-Wide Easter Egg Hunt on Thursday, April 1 at the Childress Fair Park Pavilion.

CHILDRESS – Childress children had their pick of Easter egg hunts this year.

“I had an Easter party at my school and here,” said Jovi Prince, who was one of about 100 kids who hunted Easter eggs at the annual Community-Wide Easter Egg Hunt hosted by the Childress 4-H Club on Thursday, April 1 at the Childress Fair Park Pavilion.

She ended the day with a big smile and lots of Easter eggs. When asked what she was going to do with all of them, Prince said, “Eat them and save them.”

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