Crane Community Easter Egg Hunt
April 8, 2021
The weather was perfect for the Crane Community Easter Egg Hunt held Saturday, April 3 at the Crane School. Organizers and volunteers stuffed 15,000 plastic eggs for the highly anticipated annual event.
And just like that, the horn sounded and the race to clear the field began. In less than 5 minutes the field was picked clean.
Cousins Brook Kuhs, 8 years old, and Brylen Springer, 4 years old, make their way to the starting line at the egg hunt.
The Crane School field was cordoned off into five age groups. The field was strewn with candy filled eggs, stuffed animals, larger individually wrapped snacks and toys, such as paddle balls and hula hoops.
In Crane, The Easter Bunny and her helpers arrive on a fire truck-lights and sirens blazing the way. The trio posed for pictures with the children after the hunt.
Community Easter Egg Hunt organizers, pictured left to right: Kathy Davidson, Lee Walston, Shannon Cox and Lisha Walston. Community volunteers stuff eggs and the chili cook-off, held each February, helps to fund this event.