Marshall Parks and Recreation's Easter Egg Hunt

Monday, April 14, 2014
Jesse Brown/Democrat-News

With the weather cooperating this year to make a beautiful spring day, Marshall Parks and Recreation's Easter Egg Hunt saw parents bring their children out in record numbers, Lori Godsey, aquatics and recreation supervisor, said. A total of 15,000 eggs were scattered throughout Indian Foothills Park for children from ages 0 to 10 to find. For ages 11 and above, a flashlight easter egg hunt was held in the evening.