FOP hosts Easter egg hunt

Preparing for the hunt: Jaycees gear up for Easter tradition

These eggs will be scattered on the baseball field at Jaycee Park in time for the hunt at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 31.

The egg hunt is weather-permitting, but it's consistently been blessed with bright days throughout the years. The hunt was divided into four different age brackets; children 0-3, 4-6,7-10, and an adaptive category for children with exceptional needs. "Plus, if you do have kids, it's a fun family event to do with your dog".

We team up with more than 50 local charities and organisations who host "drop-off points" across Surrey and Hampshire, where the public can donate their chocolate eggs.

It's more economical, healthier and will live on in the memory in a far more positive way than over-indulging on too many big, boxed eggs could ever do. We had a chance to hear them strategize.

The decades-long event (no one remembers exactly when it started) continues to be one of the more popular and well-received family events in Ocean Springs, drawing children and their parents from throughout Ocean Springs and elsewhere.

She said winners must hashtag their picture with #COSrecreation and #cosegghunt. The church is located at 301 Garden St.

Fairview Fire and Rescue's annual Easter egg hunt is 1 p.m. - the Jefferson Davis Monument's park.

"It is really fun trying to figure out the daily clues that are posted on our social media page", Johnson-Gaines said.

"I ran in the grass and got a bunch of eggs!" said Oliver Waite, proudly showing off his full basket.

New this year, kids got to keep the eggs they found, which were filled with various treats. He said he will "probably" come back next year since he "liked it".

The La Porte Jaycees, also known as the Junior Chamber of Commerce, is an organization that provides leadership training opportunities for its members through the projects and programs the members plan, organize, and conduct in both the community and chapter. "It also builds community support".