The hunt is on for Easter eggs
Sue Guinn Legg
Apr 3, 2012 at 10:33 PM
The Salvation Army hosted its annual Easter egg hunt for children in the Keystone community Tuesday. About 100 children age 12 and under raced to fill their baskets with treat-filled eggs provided by the Salvation Army with help from Walmart.
The hunt was followed by a hotdog supper for the children and their families. Major Jane Brewster said many children in the Keystone neighborhood attend the Salvation Army’s youth program and the egg hunt at Keystone has become a favorite Easter week tradition.