2,000 Eggs Found

90 children scour McConville Park

More than 90 children, from infants to age 8, participated in the 14th annual Easter Egg hunt held April 8 at McConville Park by the Knights of Columbus Loretto Council No. 536.

The children managed to find 2,000 candy-filled eggs. There were also 70 prizes including gift certificates, dollar bills, stuffed bunnies and chocolate bunnies.

Sela Lant won a gift certificate from the Cold Spring Candy Co. for the closest guess to the number of jellybeans in a jar, while Ian Saladyga won second place and a gift certificate from the Garden Café. Nick Lemon took third prize and Henry Bennett took fourth, and both received gift certificates from Cold Spring Pizza. Cup-o-ccino Café, Go-Go Pops and Carnival Ice Cream in Fishkill also provided prizes.


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