Park district Easter egg hunt -- Album 3
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Filling 10,000 plastic eggs with candy is a time-consuming effort. This year the Lincoln Park District got some much-appreciated help from the folks at Logan-Mason Rehab.

But once those eggs were filled, they still had to be scattered for each of the four hunts that took place Saturday morning.

With the use of a tractor and trailer, and some very energetic volunteers, the task was quick and easy.

Pictures by Nila Smith


County Clerk Mary Kelly is having a blast tossing eggs onto the lawn.


Other volunteers are enjoying the task as well.



Police Chief Ken Greenslate even got in on this action with a sideways, over-the-shoulder tossing method.

As soon as the eggs are on the ground, kids scramble to pick them all back up again.


Stacking eggs carefully, this young fella may be wishing for a bigger basket!

After the hunt, the Easter Bunny hung around for photo ops



Eggs were emptied of their bounty and returned to the park district for next year's hunt.

And golf balls were redeemed for special prizes such as stuffed bunnies!



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