University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Easter Egg Hunt Celebration
The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill members volunteered at their town’s Easter Egg Hunt. There were over 25,000 eggs for the kids to find. The morning of the hunt, SAL members arrived at the park to help with setting up for the event.
The SAL group was responsible for setting up the egg hunt area for the 8-10 year olds. They first marked off the area with flags and then hid eggs all around the area. There were also a number of golden and numbered eggs that would be worth a prize. Once the area was ready, the members watched over the kids so that they wouldn’t start looking for eggs before it was time. During the hunt, the members supervised the kids as they looked for eggs.
McKinley Kelcy, Chapter Co-President, said that the event was a success. “We distributed over 1,000 eggs and they were all gone literally within 3 minutes!” Despite the dreary weather, the kids all had a great time and the members were glad to be able to see the smiles on the kids faces as they enjoyed the egg hunt.
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