Celystam Batt, 4, smiles after picking an egg in a basket held by the Easter Bunny. Kids from preschool to second grade brought baskets to collect their colorful finds. (Photo/Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)
Some wore their rabbit ears and some wore angel wings, but all had their eyes on the same prize: Easter eggs. Kids and their parents gathered Thursday for the annual egg hunt at Greenfield-Central High School, sponsored by the Spanish Honor Society. The children, separated into age groups, explored the school’s hallways for the treasures, breaking into excited giggles when they scooped up their discoveries. The hunt is an annual tradition for the 30 members the Spanish club, some of whom remember their own Easter-season quests.
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