Easter Egg Hunt at Frank Charry Park Attracts 1000 plus

Easter Tradition in Thunder Bay

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Hill City Kinsman’s annual Easter egg hunt at Frank Charry Park
Hill City Kinsman’s annual Easter egg hunt at Frank Charry Park

THUNDER BAY – A beautiful sunny day helped bring out what organizers of the annual Hill City Kinsmen Easter Egg Hunt say was one of the biggest crowds ever.

The Hill City Kinsman’s annual Easter egg hunt at Frank Charry Park brought out huge numbers, a crowd estimated at over 1000 people with lots of children determined to hunt down the Easter eggs and maybe even win a prize.

The warm weather did have one little drawback as the ground was a little soggy, but that was fine for the kids who were grouped in ages to “hunt for eggs”.

A great Thunder Bay Tradition Continues.

Thanks to the Hill City Kinsmen!

 

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