Lions Club Egg Hunt marks 50 years

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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.

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