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Perry Easter egg hunt provides fun for children of all abilities

Saturday's Easter egg hunt featured 2,000 eggs

PERRY, Ga. — The city of Perry aimed to make an Easter event inclusive for everyone Saturday.

With more than 2,000 eggs and several zones and activities, the Easter egg hunt was geared towards children with special needs, but siblings and friends were welcome too.

The egg zones varied from a traditional hunt, to a zone with toy-filled candies, and even one with beeping eggs for visually impaired children.

Nancy Graham, leisure services supervisor, says the event is for everyone.

“The takeaway would be for the parents today is that the city of Perry did not forget them, and that we showed this traditional event is for everyone,” said Graham.

The egg hunt began at 11 a.m. and was moved indoors to the James E. Worrall Community Center.


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