No rain check needed for Easter egg hunts

Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Children take a group photo for their parentsí memory album in between eating Easter candy, after a multi-family Easter egg hunt at Roaring River State Park Sunday afternoon. Rain earlier in the morning and the mud it created did not deter the young hunters from their mission. Seven families from the same area were represented at the event, traveling to the park to celebrate the holiday together. Julia Kilmer/reporter@cassville-democrat.com

Children take a group photo for their parentsí memory album in between eating Easter candy, after a multi-family Easter egg hunt at Roaring River State Park Sunday afternoon.

Easton Pratt, left, 3, generously shares some of his Easter egg findings with his little brother, Chandler, six months, until the jelly bean candy inside one of the eggs distracts him. The family, who lives in Manford, Okla., said they have been visiting Roaring River State Park for about 17 years. Seven families from the same area were represented at the event, traveling to the park to celebrate the holiday together. Julia Kilmer/reporter@cassville-democrat.com
Chloe Nance, left, and Bella Purdue frantically hunt for Easter eggs at Roaring River State Park, racing to find the most eggs, and the most candy, to celebrate their Easter Sunday. Julia Kilmer/reporter@cassville-democrat.com
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