Hunting for eggs
Published 6:30 am Friday, April 14, 2017
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Harper Bradfield, 15 months, is excited to find an Easter egg on the playground equipment at the Coleman Center located at 701 Lincoln St. It was the first annual neighborhood Easter egg hunt for Twin Cedars Youth and Family Services. (Photo by: Melanie Ruberti | Daily News)
Avery Clemmer, 2, piles Easter eggs into her basket while standing on playground equipment at the Coleman Center on Thursday afternoon. (Photo by: Melanie Ruberti | Daily News)
Callen Clemmer, 1 ½, opens each egg to see what is inside before placing them in his basket. The eggs contained candy, tokens, and other small items for children. (Photo by: Melanie Ruberti | Daily News)
Aubrey Grayson, 3, contemplates her next move while collecting eggs at the first annual Easter egg hunt hosted by the Twin Cedars Youth and Family Services. (Photo by: Melanie Ruberti | Daily News)
By: Melanie Ruberti
LaGRANGE – Children of all ages hunted for Easter eggs on Thursday at the Coleman Center at 701 Lincoln Street.
The kid and their parents participated in the inaugural neighborhood Easter Egg Hunt hosted by Twin Cedars Youth and Family Services.
The campus was divided by age group.
The children grabbed as many brightly colored plastic eggs as they could and placed them in their basket. The eggs held items like candy, tokens and toys.
The kids were also treated to face painting and Kona ice.
The LaGrange – Troup County Animal Control was also on hand with kittens and puppies who were up for adoption.
Melanie Ruberti is a reporter with LaGrange Daily News. She can be reached at 706-884-7311, ext. 2156.