Archive for Saturday, April 19, 2014

Basehor Easter egg hunts draw large crowds

Janae Bacon, 3, gets off to a quick start at the annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Basehor City Park.

Janae Bacon, 3, gets off to a quick start at the annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Basehor City Park.

April 19, 2014

Max Montgomery, 3, and Eli Wing, 2, pose for their parents before the start of the Easter egg hunt at Basehor City Park.

Max Montgomery, 3, and Eli Wing, 2, pose for their parents before the start of the Easter egg hunt at Basehor City Park.

— Two community Easter egg hunts had children of all ages scrambling to find pastel colored eggs Saturday morning.

Parker Bruner, almost 2, finds two eggs at once at Basehor City Park.

Parker Bruner, almost 2, finds two eggs at once at Basehor City Park.

A Easter egg hunt at Basehor-Linwood High School drew hundreds and gave youth photo opportunities with the Easter bunny and Donald Duck. Another hunt at Basehor City park also drew large crowds and provided lunch to all of the families. The Easter egg hunt at the park was sponsored by the Country Place Senior Living Center, First State Bank and Trust, the Medicine Store in Basehor, and the Little

Janae Bacon, 3, gets off to a quick start at the annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Basehor City Park.

Janae Bacon, 3, gets off to a quick start at the annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Basehor City Park.

Angels Christian Center.

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