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Waynewood Hosts Easter Egg Hunt

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Easter egg hunters look long and closely at the roped off fields before the hunt is called. More photos at www.connectionnewspapers.com

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It was busy at the cupcake-decorating table as many small hands reach for icing and decorations.

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Waiting for the field to open …

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Quinn had a butterfly painted on her face before the hunt.

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Jeff Bozard announces the start of the Under Three hunt.

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Anna Katharine Bozard raises the Golden Egg prize for all the little children to see before her dad starts the first hunt.

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The hunt begins.

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The older children line the fence of the tennis court cheering on the two and three year olds.

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Slowly the eggs start to be lifted from the blacktop of the court.

The residents of Waynewood held an Easter Egg Hunt in the park surrounding the Swim Club last Saturday morning, March 28. The park was sprinkled with brightly colored plastic eggs and wrapped toys for the neighborhood children. A special area in the tennis court was set aside for children three and under. In each area, a golden egg was hidden among the others. The child who discovered the golden egg would receive a special prize. As the children arrived with their parents and friends, volunteers set up crafts, face painting and a cupcake-decorating table.