Alternative Easter egg hunt

  • A family poses for a picture with the Easter Bunny in Bristol. Courtesy

  • Arro the police K-9 meets the Easter Bunny. Courtesy

Published: 4/12/2021 7:40:36 PM

The Tapply-Thompson Community Center ran their Annual Easter Egg Hunt in 2021 a bit differently. This was a drive through event on April 3 where families were invited to pull up & wave to the Easter Bunny! The bunny’s helpers gave each child in the vehicle a bag of Easter goodies with several eggs  and candy to enjoy.

Vehicles would then pull into the school parking lot to go through their eggs to see if they were a prize winner. If a small yellow chick was found in the egg – they were a grand prize winner! And if they found a pink slip of paper saying “prize winner” they were able to choose from wide selection of special Easter-themed prizes at our prize table.

The TTCC’s Teen Council helped with the event handing out prizes to over 50 smiling local children. We also had a very special visitor when Arro from the Bristol Police Department’s K-9 unit stopped by to check things out. Leading up to the event we held a coloring contest and a jelly-bean jar guessing contest on our Facebook page.

Our coloring contest winners were Everly Jenkins and Callie Hill. The winner of the Jelly-Bean contest was Beckett LaRoche.

Thank you to the Bristol Fire Department and Bristol Police Department for joining us to greet those in attendance. It was a great event with over 100 participants this year and our local families were so appreciative of the TTCC carrying on this fun annual tradition.

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