Hundreds of kids flocked to Otis M. Andrews Sports Complex Saturday morning to take part in the annual City-Wide Easter Egg Hunt.
The event is held for children ages 3 to 11 years old. More than 10,000 easter eggs are hidden in four “nests” for the divided age groups. Within those nests were golden eggs which provided each lucky winner with a special prize following the hunt. The event also featured Trina’s Trains and Things, Razzmatazz Entertainment and A1 Magic. The Easter Bunny stopped by for photos after the children finished picking baskets of eggs.
This year’s golden egg winners were Eliana Ordaz (3-4 Nest), Ximena Rivas (3-4 Nest), Isabella Mejia (5-6 Nest), Aiden Arrona (5-6 Nest), Genaveve Arscott (7-8 Nest), Ripley Johns (7-8 Nest), Kamylo Ruelas (9-11 Nest) and Angel Contras (9-11 Nest).
This event is able to remain free every year to the public thanks to its sponsors: Global Sports Alliance, Publix Super Markets, Plant City Optimist Club, PCHS Key Club, PCHS National Honor Society, Toufayan Bakeries and the Friends of Recreation & Parks.