Hide'm and They Will Come

by Bobby Blair
March 25, 2018

The Friends of the Community Farm held their 2nd Annual Egg Hunt on Rogers Road on Saturday.

Murphy's Law arrived earlier in the morning when the bag holding the soon to be hidden eggs broke on Aislinn Weaver. Jim Taralli came to Weaver's rescue. No sense in crying over spilled eggs.

PJ Kilkelly shows off his baby chick to two admirers. There were games to play prior to the hunt to keep the little ones occupied.

Photo opts with the snowshoe Easter Bunny (Gracie Kilkelly) were popular.

Ticket sales amounted to 150 children for the day. Other hunts in the local area were cancelled due to snow on the ground and cooler temps.

The crowd moved quickly (the kids anyway) towards the tree line and into the woods where the Easter Bunny had stashed hundreds upon hundreds of eggs. The Friends next fundraiser will be the sale of daffodil bunches that are grown on the property "if the snow ever melts' said Friends' Chairman PJ Kilkelly.

 

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