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Naugatuck's 4th Annual Easter Egg Hunt Held on Saturday

St. Vincent Ferrer Church also held an egg hunt on Holy Saturday morning.

The Croft brothers brought soccer ball baskets to use during the egg hunt at City Hill Field. All photos by Nancy Sasso Janis
The Croft brothers brought soccer ball baskets to use during the egg hunt at City Hill Field. All photos by Nancy Sasso Janis
On Holy Saturday borough children aged 2 to 10 who had pre-registered brought their own basket to the field at City Hill Middle School for the fourth annual Easter Egg Hunt. The weather was sunny but windy, but none of the candy hunters seemed to mind. A long line formed as parents checked in at noon.  Admission was free and families were asked to bring a canned good donation for the Naugatuck food bank.

Easter Bunny and friends made a special appearance at 12:30 P.M

Check the attached photos to see the crafts, Balloon Benders, Sparkles the Clown, BringtheHoopla, and Studio Z 62 Zumba.  Food vendors and beverages were available, as were photos with the Easter Bunny & Friends.

At 11:00am, the Holy Name Society at St. Vincent Ferrer Church sponsored an egg hunt for the children of the parish. The youngest hunters searched the front lawn of the church, while the older children had their hunt in the back parking lot.



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