Easter egg hunt

Date: Apr. 21 1984 | Identifier: 741.45.f
Children at the Elm Street Park in Greenville scoop up eggs placed out by the Recreation and Parks Department for the annual egg hunt. Park officials said they put out over 10,000 colored candy eggs in one park, not counting the other two locations in Greenville. There were, of course, the prize eggs, which won the proud holder an Easter basket. The Easter bunny also made a stop by the park. more...

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