On the hunt . . .

Kids in the middle age group duck under the tape at the sound of the siren, starting off the annual Kiwanis/KGOS/KERM Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday at Pioneer Park in Torrington.

Goshen County youth wild for Easter Eggs

Kids in the middle age group duck under the tape at the sound of the siren, starting off the annual Kiwanis/KGOS/KERM Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday at Pioneer Park in Torrington

The Steely women, Arianna, 5, left, Makenna, 17, and mom Tonya work to open Easter Eggs while middle child Jenica, 8, right, takes a more direct approach to crack her egg on Saturday following the annual Kiwanis/KGOS/KERM hunt at Pioneer Park in Torrington.

Teagyn Wisdom, 2, struggles with the top of  an Easter rocket while sorting through his take from the annual Kiwanis/KGOS/KERM Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday at Pioneer Park in Torrington.

Young people start their run at the sound of a Lingle Volunteer Fire Department siren on Saturday for the annual LVFD Easter Egg Hunt at Whipple Park in Lingle. Children were split into three age groups and sent off to hunt for candy and prizes in the annual affair.

Andy Dykes, 8, left, peeks inside one of her plastic Easter eggs while younger sister Audry, 2, mom Amanda and older sister Abby, 10, watch on Saturday following the annual Lingle Volunteer Fire Department hunt at Whipple Park in Lingle. Children were split into three age groups and sent scurrying for candy and prizes at the sound of a LVFD fire truck siren in the annual hunt.

Families make their way to the grandstand at Whipple Park to claim their prizes Saturday following the annual Lingle Volunteer Fire Department Easter Egg Hunt. 

Kids make the mad dash for Easter Eggs during the Kiwanis/KGOS/KERM hunt on Saturday at Pioneer Park in Torrington.

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Kids in the middle age group duck under the tape at the sound of the siren, starting off the annual Kiwanis/KGOS/KERM Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday at Pioneer Park in Torrington.


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