Northborough Easter Egg Hunt brings out family fun

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By Liz Nolan, Contributing Writer

Northborough Easter Egg Hunt brings out family fun
The Lacasse kids (left to right) Chloe, 8, Quinn, 6, and Chase, 3 pose with the Easter Bunny.
Photo/Jennifer Lacasse

Northborough – The Northborough Memorial Fields may have still been covered in snow, but it didn’t keep away a few hundred families from the annual Northborough Easter Egg Hunt, sponsored by Northborough Moms. The hunt, which took place March 24, featured over 2,000 filled plastic eggs scattered across the field. The event also included a surprise visit from the Easter Bunny.

The event was coordinated by Laura Wyrsch, Corrine Frick, and Jennifer Lacasse.

Northborough Easter Egg Hunt brings out family fun
Blake Cooke, 6 and Hunter Cooke, 4 anticipating the start of the egg hunt.
Photo/ Sarah Lindberg-Cooke.
Northborough Easter Egg Hunt brings out family fun
The Easter Bunny chats with two young kids.
Photo/Kevin Wyrsch
Northborough Easter Egg Hunt brings out family fun
The Biondi Family is happy with their collection of eggs.
Photo/Kevin Wyrsch
Northborough Easter Egg Hunt brings out family fun
Hundreds of kids awaiting the countdown to start the egg hunt.
Photo/Kevin Wyrsch
Northborough Easter Egg Hunt brings out family fun
Egg Hunt Coordinator Laura Wyrsch and her son Logan, 8.
Photo/Kevin Wyrsch
Northborough Easter Egg Hunt brings out family fun
Rosalia Marzilli, 2, planning her strategy for the egg hunt.
photo/Liza Marzilli
Northborough Easter Egg Hunt brings out family fun
Penelope Cieslica, 17 months, has her hands full and has yet to figure out there is a treat inside.
Photo/Lauren Fortier
Northborough Easter Egg Hunt brings out family fun
Kelsey Fortier, 2, showing her full basket.
Photo/Lauren Fortier
Northborough Easter Egg Hunt brings out family fun
Riley Fortier, 5.
Photo/Lauren Fortier