Lions Club Egg Hunt marks 50 years
CENTREVILLE — The Lions Club of Centreville celebrated its 50th annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 15, at Millstream Park in Centreville. The tradition is well attended each year despite the unpredictable April showers that have threatened the several past years. Children line up by age, to search for candy and the much desired prize eggs, hidden in the grass at the park.
This year prizes were awarded to Kayleigh Quinones, Megan Johnston, Leah Wolff, Delaney McGowen, Shayla Ryan, Liam Marsh, Delaney Canterbury, Keith Johnston, Alaina Labrie, Hannah Kerbe, Mallory Land and Christopher Byerly-Maglio.
The hunt is hosted each year by the Lions Club for children ages 12 and under and is free to the public.
Fred McNeil reads out directions before the start of the annual Lions Club egg hunt.
Lining up by age groups, before the race to find eggs and candy begins!
Victoria Sand, age 7, crafted her own Easter basket.
Conner Combs, Millington, and his mother Megan, join in the fun at the annual Easter egg hunt at Millstream Park in Centreville on Saturday, April 15.
Kayleigh Quinones, 2 years old, with Melissa Donovan. Kayleigh found the first prize egg for ages 3 and under at the Lions Club egg hunt in Centreville on April 15.
Byron Johnston of Centreville with his children Megan, age 3, and Keith, age 9, winners of these chocolate bunnies at the Lions Club annual egg hunt.
Lea Cockey, age 1, celebrates her first Easter at the Lions Club annual egg hunt at Millstream Park in Centreville.