Children hunt for 6,000 eggs at Light of Christ Community Garden

Children hunt for 6,000 eggs at Light of Christ Community Garden

Last Saturday, 235 children hunted for eggs at the Light of Christ Community Garden.

In addition to scouring the grounds for 6,000 eggs, the event featured face painting, a photo booth, crafts, games, a goat and Chico, the mini pony.

Photos courtesy Shelley Pauls


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Children hunt for 6,000 eggs at Light of Christ Community Garden
Children hunt for 6,000 eggs at Light of Christ Community Garden
Children hunt for 6,000 eggs at Light of Christ Community Garden
Children hunt for 6,000 eggs at Light of Christ Community Garden
Children hunt for 6,000 eggs at Light of Christ Community Garden
Children hunt for 6,000 eggs at Light of Christ Community Garden
Children hunt for 6,000 eggs at Light of Christ Community Garden
Children hunt for 6,000 eggs at Light of Christ Community Garden
Children hunt for 6,000 eggs at Light of Christ Community Garden
Children hunt for 6,000 eggs at Light of Christ Community Garden
Children hunt for 6,000 eggs at Light of Christ Community Garden

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