Snow did not deter families from celebrating Easter in Hersey with egg hunts for attendees of all ages. Approximately 3,700 plastic eggs filled with bubbles, stickers, candy or other treats were scattered around Mosaic Park and throughout the village to be collected on Saturday. Attendees, dressed in their winter gear, were split into four age groups 0 to 4, 5 to 12, 13 to 17 and 18 and older. Hunt participants 18-years-old or older could find eggs around the businesses and churches and on the streets while younger attendees searched through the park. Allison Neiderheide (pictured) places an egg in her bag during the 0 to 4 age group’s hunt on Saturday. (Herald Review photos/Meghan Gunther-Haas)
After hearing the cue to “go,” toddlers raced across the grass, collecting as many eggs as they could and searching for the golden egg. One golden egg was hidden for each age group, earning the finder a special prize.