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Easter Egg Hunt for the Visually Impaired

These beeping eggs, made from PVC and basic electronic parts were used at the 33rd annual Easter Egg Hunt for the visually impaired sponsored by the Alexander Graham Bell Chapter of the Pioneer Volunteers and the Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind on Saturday March 31 at the Centreville Moose Lodge, Chapter 2168, in Fairfax.

These beeping eggs, made from PVC and basic electronic parts were used at the 33rd annual Easter Egg Hunt for the visually impaired sponsored by the Alexander Graham Bell Chapter of the Pioneer Volunteers and the Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind on Saturday March 31 at the Centreville Moose Lodge, Chapter 2168, in Fairfax. Photo by Deb Cobb.

— On Saturday March 31, the Alexander Graham Bell Chapter of the Pioneer Volunteers and the Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind held their 33rd annual Easter Egg Hunt for the visually impaired at the Centreville Moose Lodge, Chapter 2168, in Fairfax.

The beeping eggs, built by the Alexander Graham Bell Chapter of the Pioneer Volunteers, emit a variety of tones for visually impaired children to hone-in on, allowing them to use their ears and sense of touch to find the eggs.