COMMUNITY - "Egg-citement abounds at Easter hunts"

Updated: Apr 17


Garland City Park, April 16, 2022 - Photo by Cari Doutre

BOX ELDER COUNTY - April 17, 2022


The hunt for Easter eggs was on Saturday morning as children put on their best running shoes and gathered up their Easter baskets for community events throughout Box Elder County.


This year, a Honeyville youth group scattered over 1,600 plastic eggs around the city's park for the annual hunt on Saturday, April 16. Over in Bear River City, the Bear River City Youth Council filled and distributed over 2,500 eggs and bags of loose candy in the city park for egg seekers of all ages.


Further north in Tremonton, the Tremonton Kiwanis Club and GFWC Women's Civic League hosted a traveling Easter egg scavenger hunt throughout the city on Saturday morning. This is the second year now that the two organizations have put together a traveling scavenger Easter egg hunt instead of the traditional egg hunt from previous years.


In Garland, the Garland Fire Department hosted their annual Easter egg hunt for children 12 and under at the city park. Volunteer firefighters in the department started setting up for the event hours before while carefully placing one coveted golden egg in each of the age divisions.


Bear River City Easter Egg Hunt

April 16, 2022 - Photos by Ellen Cook















Garland Fire Department Easter Egg Hunt

Garland City Park, April 16, 2022

Photos by Cari Doutre










Honeyville City Easter Egg Hunt

April 16, 2022 - Photos by Ellen Cook













Tremonton Kiwanis Club and GFWC Women's Civic League

Traveling Scavenger Easter Egg Hunt, April 16, 2022

Photos by John Hurley