PRESS PHOTOS BY DEBBIE GALBRAITHThe Salisbury Recreation Advisory Committee hosted an egg hunt for Salisbury children April 8 at Lindberg Park. Although cold, children were bundled up and ready to find the over 1,000 eggs placed around the park. The egg hunt was divided into three sections: for children ages three and four, children ages five to seven and children ages eight to 10. Salisbury
Kate Cunningham finds an egg at Lindberg Park to put in her basket.
Annabelle Wells stands with Cpl. Christopher Casey after finding a toy police badge in her egg.
PRESS photo by Debbie GalbraithCpl. Chris Casey stands with a group of egg hunters and their families April 8 at Lindberg Park. See photos page A2.
Children ages five and six go looking for eggs to fill their baskets.
Savannah Pisani and Matthew Kalafut came with their grandparents to the egg hunt at Lindberg Park.
Children ages eight to 10 get the word to go looking for eggs at the Salisbury Recreation Advisory Committee egg hunt.
Autumn Binder looks for eggs to fill her basket.
Jaylene Gonzalez goes through her eggs to find the prizes.
Press photo by Debbie GalbraithEgg hunters who found toy police badges stand with Cpl. Christopher Casey at the township egg hunt April 8.
Volunteers Mark Wilson, Pat Jacoby, Genny Baillie, Kim Ringhoffer and Frank Adamcik help set up and clean up for the egg hunt. Volunteer Frank McCullough also helped to set up but left before the photo was taken.