Hunting down Easter
MAPLE PARK – Aaron Wright only got one Easter egg at Maple Park Public Library's annual Easter egg hunt.
“I only got one egg, and I gave it to Benjamin,” said Aaron, of Maple Park. As a 13 year-old, he felt he was too old to participate in the hunt himself, but the one egg he got he gave to his friend, Benjamin Martin, 11, who uses a wheelchair. Aaron figured that one egg entitled Benjamin to a bag of candy.
“We do it that way so that everybody gets the same amount (of candy),” said Beth Miller, president of the Maple Park Library Board. Every plastic egg had a small figurine or sticker in it, and once participants had emptied their eggs they exchanged their eggs for a bag of candy.
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