Easter egg hunt at Lincoln Park District offers a sweet treat
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[April 17, 2014]     Send a link to a friend  Share

This Saturday, kids will have another opportunity to make a dash for candy at the Lincoln Park District.

Each year, the park district and Symphony of Lincoln team up to bring area children an afternoon of dashing for candy-filled eggs as well as other special gifts. This year, the Lincoln Kiwanis, Thorntons Oil Co. and Lincoln Daily News are sponsors for the event. It also gets some great help from Logan-Mason Rehab students and staff.

Pictures by Curt Fox

Inside the Lincoln Park District center, Roy Logan and helpers were busy Thursday afternoon getting ready for their annual Easter egg hunt on Saturday.

Getting ready for the hunt is a pretty big job, as there were boxes full of candy that needed to be placed inside hundreds of plastic eggs.


Candy and more candy, courtesy of Thorntons.

Plastic eggs ready to be spread on the driving range at the Lincoln Park District.

Boxes of eggs filled, courtesy of Logan-Mason Rehab.

After the Easter egg hunt, the plastic eggs are recycled for use next year.


Roy Logan of the Lincoln Park District and Terra White of Symphony coordinate the event.

The Lincoln Park District driving range, site of the great Easter egg hunt.


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