PHOTOS: Easter 2021: A hopping good time

Van Alstyne Leader
Children young and old flocked to the old Panther football stadium on April 3 for an old-fashioned Easter hunt. Hosted by Van Alstyne merchants, the event had more than 10,000 eggs filled with candy and prizes. There were separate hunts for four different age groups. Special prizes were given to those who found special eggs.  Other prizes were awarded as well, and the Easter Bunny himself made an appearance. Also in attendance were Mayor Jim Atchison and members of the Van Alstyne Police Department.
Children young and old flocked to the old Panther football stadium on April 3 for an old-fashioned Easter hunt. Hosted by Van Alstyne merchants, the event had more than 10,000 eggs filled with candy and prizes. There were separate hunts for four different age groups. Special prizes were given to those who found special eggs.  Other prizes were awarded as well, and the Easter Bunny himself made an appearance. Also in attendance were Mayor Jim Atchison and members of the Van Alstyne Police Department.
Children young and old flocked to the old Panther football stadium on April 3 for an old-fashioned Easter hunt. Hosted by Van Alstyne merchants, the event had more than 10,000 eggs filled with candy and prizes. There were separate hunts for four different age groups. Special prizes were given to those who found special eggs.  Other prizes were awarded as well, and the Easter Bunny himself made an appearance. Also in attendance were Mayor Jim Atchison and members of the Van Alstyne Police Department.
Children young and old flocked to the old Panther football stadium on April 3 for an old-fashioned Easter hunt. Hosted by Van Alstyne merchants, the event had more than 10,000 eggs filled with candy and prizes. There were separate hunts for four different age groups. Special prizes were given to those who found special eggs.  Other prizes were awarded as well, and the Easter Bunny himself made an appearance. Also in attendance were Mayor Jim Atchison and members of the Van Alstyne Police Department.
Children young and old flocked to the old Panther football stadium on April 3 for an old-fashioned Easter hunt. Hosted by Van Alstyne merchants, the event had more than 10,000 eggs filled with candy and prizes. There were separate hunts for four different age groups. Special prizes were given to those who found special eggs.  Other prizes were awarded as well, and the Easter Bunny himself made an appearance. Also in attendance were Mayor Jim Atchison and members of the Van Alstyne Police Department.
Children young and old flocked to the old Panther football stadium on April 3 for an old-fashioned Easter hunt. Hosted by Van Alstyne merchants, the event had more than 10,000 eggs filled with candy and prizes. There were separate hunts for four different age groups. Special prizes were given to those who found special eggs.  Other prizes were awarded as well, and the Easter Bunny himself made an appearance. Also in attendance were Mayor Jim Atchison and members of the Van Alstyne Police Department.
Children young and old flocked to the old Panther football stadium on April 3 for an old-fashioned Easter hunt. Hosted by Van Alstyne merchants, the event had more than 10,000 eggs filled with candy and prizes. There were separate hunts for four different age groups. Special prizes were given to those who found special eggs.  Other prizes were awarded as well, and the Easter Bunny himself made an appearance. Also in attendance were Mayor Jim Atchison and members of the Van Alstyne Police Department.
Children young and old flocked to the old Panther football stadium on April 3 for an old-fashioned Easter hunt. Hosted by Van Alstyne merchants, the event had more than 10,000 eggs filled with candy and prizes. There were separate hunts for four different age groups. Special prizes were given to those who found special eggs.  Other prizes were awarded as well, and the Easter Bunny himself made an appearance. Also in attendance were Mayor Jim Atchison and members of the Van Alstyne Police Department.
Children young and old flocked to the old Panther football stadium on April 3 for an old-fashioned Easter hunt. Hosted by Van Alstyne merchants, the event had more than 10,000 eggs filled with candy and prizes. There were separate hunts for four different age groups. Special prizes were given to those who found special eggs.  Other prizes were awarded as well, and the Easter Bunny himself made an appearance. Also in attendance were Mayor Jim Atchison and members of the Van Alstyne Police Department.
Children young and old flocked to the old Panther football stadium on April 3 for an old-fashioned Easter hunt. Hosted by Van Alstyne merchants, the event had more than 10,000 eggs filled with candy and prizes. There were separate hunts for four different age groups. Special prizes were given to those who found special eggs.  Other prizes were awarded as well, and the Easter Bunny himself made an appearance. Also in attendance were Mayor Jim Atchison and members of the Van Alstyne Police Department.
Children young and old flocked to the old Panther football stadium on April 3 for an old-fashioned Easter hunt. Hosted by Van Alstyne merchants, the event had more than 10,000 eggs filled with candy and prizes. There were separate hunts for four different age groups. Special prizes were given to those who found special eggs.  Other prizes were awarded as well, and the Easter Bunny himself made an appearance. Also in attendance were Mayor Jim Atchison and members of the Van Alstyne Police Department.
Children young and old flocked to the old Panther football stadium on April 3 for an old-fashioned Easter hunt. Hosted by Van Alstyne merchants, the event had more than 10,000 eggs filled with candy and prizes. There were separate hunts for four different age groups. Special prizes were given to those who found special eggs.  Other prizes were awarded as well, and the Easter Bunny himself made an appearance. Also in attendance were Mayor Jim Atchison and members of the Van Alstyne Police Department.
Children young and old flocked to the old Panther football stadium on April 3 for an old-fashioned Easter hunt. Hosted by Van Alstyne merchants, the event had more than 10,000 eggs filled with candy and prizes. There were separate hunts for four different age groups. Special prizes were given to those who found special eggs.  Other prizes were awarded as well, and the Easter Bunny himself made an appearance. Also in attendance were Mayor Jim Atchison and members of the Van Alstyne Police Department.
Children young and old flocked to the old Panther football stadium on April 3 for an old-fashioned Easter hunt. Hosted by Van Alstyne merchants, the event had more than 10,000 eggs filled with candy and prizes. There were separate hunts for four different age groups. Special prizes were given to those who found special eggs.  Other prizes were awarded as well, and the Easter Bunny himself made an appearance. Also in attendance were Mayor Jim Atchison and members of the Van Alstyne Police Department.