Community Easter egg hunt held


On April 15, Middlesboro Elks Lodge No. 119 held their annual community Easter egg hunt for children ages 1-12. Held again this year behind Middlesboro High School, this marked over 25 years for the annual event. Taking over an hour for Elk volunteers to hide the approximate 2,000 eggs, it took the children only minutes to scoop them up, including the many valuable prize eggs.


On April 15, Middlesboro Elks Lodge No. 119 held their annual community Easter egg hunt for children ages 1-12. Held again this year behind Middlesboro High School, this marked over 25 years for the annual event. Taking over an hour for Elk volunteers to hide the approximate 2,000 eggs, it took the children only minutes to scoop them up, including the many valuable prize eggs.

On April 15, Middlesboro Elks Lodge No. 119 held their annual community Easter egg hunt for children ages 1-12. Held again this year behind Middlesboro High School, this marked over 25 years for the annual event. Taking over an hour for Elk volunteers to hide the approximate 2,000 eggs, it took the children only minutes to scoop them up, including the many valuable prize eggs.
http://middlesborodailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_Elks-Egg-Hunt.jpgOn April 15, Middlesboro Elks Lodge No. 119 held their annual community Easter egg hunt for children ages 1-12. Held again this year behind Middlesboro High School, this marked over 25 years for the annual event. Taking over an hour for Elk volunteers to hide the approximate 2,000 eggs, it took the children only minutes to scoop them up, including the many valuable prize eggs.

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