Egg Hunt Brings Neighbors Together for Good Fun

Thanks to all who came out to celebrate spring at the SCNA Egg Hunt!

It began with the traditional pajama parade at 9:30 a.m. at the north end of William Curtis Park.

Parade goers wound their way leisurely through the neighborhood to Curtis Hall at the Sierra 2 Center where children enjoyed a variety of crafts and activities.  The line for photos with the Bunny (suggested donation of $5) was long but moved quickly.

The Egg Hunt starting bell sounded at precisely 10:30 a.m. with hordes of kiddos, separated by age group, racing to gather candy-filled eggs. One lucky kid in each group found a golden egg, awarding them a giant prize-filled gift basket.

Written by Viewpoint Staff and posted on Sunday, April 16th, 2017

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