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2,000 candy- and sticker-filled eggs, plus other prizes, ready for hunt on Saturday, April 20

FILE PHOTO: CINDY FAMA - Three-year-old McKenzie Cornwell shows the Eater Bunny her basket at the hunt in 2018.

The Colton community Easter egg hunt will be held in the fields behind Colton Elementary School, 30437 South Grays Hill Road, on Saturday, April 20. The horn to start the hunt will be at 10 a.m., so be there early.

The event is open to children from under 2 to fifth grade. Event organizer, Chelsea Skogan-Boyd, said they have more than 2000 plastic eggs filled with candy and stickers. The fields will also be littered with small toys and suckers and eggs containing tickets for the grand prize, mini prize, coin bank, bunny ears, treat and goodie bag.

Children and parents will need to be sure to check the eggs before leaving the hunt as there might be a winning ticket inside.

The Easter bunny and her helpers will be handing out buttons, pencils, erasers, and old spaghetti factory gift certificates. It is asked that everyone leave behind the empty eggs so they can be used again next year. Children will need to bring containers for egg collecting.

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