Finding treasures at annual egg hunt

Averie Decker, 18 months, participated in her first Easter Egg Hunt, and came complete with matching pink attire and basket. Photo by Elyse Sadtler

KENT — Despite the morning chill, turnout was good for the annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 8, at Town Hall. 

Two hunts were held. The first was on the front lawn for younger tykes, up to age 5; the second was on the back lawn for ages 6 to 10. 

Bundled up in coats and hats, the children waited in anticipation at the starting line, scoping out the prizes to be found. 

“The town has been doing the annual Easter Egg Hunt for well over 20 years,” said Lesly Ferris, director of Parks and Recreation. 

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