WINONA, Minn. (KTTC)-- A group of kids were able to get in some Easter Sunday practice this afternoon with an Easter egg hunt as Saint Mary's University.
Hundreds of kids from 4th grade and younger showed up to scour the field house for color-coded eggs. Each egg had a picture inside that led the kids to tables full of prizes.
While some were waiting their turn to find eggs they were able to take part in the dozens of activities, from face painting and bean bag throwing, to ring tosses.
SMU students planned the event, which is sponsored by the Office of Residence Life and several local businesses also helped through donations.
This was the first year that Saint Mary's has hosted an Easter egg hunt, but thanks to the success of this year event.
They plan to make it an annual one.
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