BOX ELDER COUNTY - April 5, 2021
One year after the COVID-19 pandemic halted the world and community events, local cities and towns in northern Box Elder County are starting to bring back holiday traditions one by one.
The Garland City Fire Department hosted their annual Easter egg hunt on Saturday, April 3, at the city park. Complete with their yearly "Golden Egg" winners in each age division, Garland City's fire department didn't miss a beat while bringing back a tradition.
Across town in Tremonton, the Tremonton Kiwanis Club opted to hold a traveling scavenger Easter egg hunt instead of their traditional egg hunt from years past. Together with the GFWC Women's Civic League, the scavenger hunt was held in various spots throughout town and allowed for participants to hunt for clues while in their vehicles during the hour long activity.
Further south in Bear River City, children of all ages hunted for Easter eggs at the city's main park - a tradition enjoyed by generations of local families. This year the Bear River City Youth City Council organized the city's Easter egg hunt and included over 3,000 plastic eggs and plenty of candy, toys (and money!) for participants.
Check out BRVNEWS.com's coverage of these Easter events provided by John Hurley and members of the community.