Hunting eggs in the snow
April 21, 2022
SWAN VALLEY – The Condon Community Easter Egg Hunt was a bit different this year with nearly six inches of snow on the ground April 17. Typically eggs for the hunt held at the Condon Community Ball Field are easily visible for the hunters. However, this year everyone had to dig through a bit of white to find the colored eggs.
Approximately 6,000 eggs were put out for those who braved the winter-like conditions to participate. The egg hunt opened with prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance, something that Event Organizer Edward Klassen said can mean so much to the children and the adults.
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