Annual Easter Egg Hunt Held At Temple

Children searching for all sorts of goodies during the Easter Egg Hunt at Paul B.D. Temple School in Falconer. Photos by Rose Mary Carver
Children ages 7 to 9 years old hunting for treats at the Easter Egg Hunt.

FALCONER — The weather may have been cold and rainy, but at the Paul B. D. Temple School in Falconer, spirits were sunny as area children participated in the annual Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by the town of Poland Recreation Committee.

Committee members and volunteers, including members of the Falconer Future Business Leaders of America, made the cafeteria into a fun hunting territory for each age group in turn. Over 100 children, along with adult family members and friends, got to hunt for all sorts of candy and toys.

Two special eggs were hidden for each age group along with the other items. In the 3 and under group, Mason Lamphere found the gold egg, and Emily Billquist found the ruby egg. Each received a special prize.

In the 4 to 6 year old group, the golden egg was found by Tucker Campbell, and the ruby egg by Holden Trask. Christopher Tuttle found the golden egg hidden for 7 to 9 year olds, and Olivia Koteras found the ruby egg.

In the 10 and older group, Patrick Holmberg found the golden egg, and Owen Powell the ruby. After the egg hunts were done, numbers were drawn and extra chocolate treats were awarded.