Hop to it! Day Care hosted mad hunt for multi-colored eggs

Children were sprinting across the field to scoop the precious few eggs left at the end. Photo by Alexander Wilburn

SHARON — It must have been terrifying to be a a plastic egg on Sharon Center School’s field on Saturday, April 8. 

The 700 eggs that lay scattered on three different “hunting ground” areas for different age groups were all spotted, snatched, shook and shoved into the bags of the fervent children in under two minutes. 

Easter Egg hunts are a notoriously swift affair. The eggs aren’t truly hidden and the hunters are extremely motivated.

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