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The Hodges 4-H Club sponsors the annual Easter Egg Hunt. Club members gather for a photo following this year's event at the Hancock School gymnasium. Photo credit: Sue Dieter/Hancock Record2 / 9
Member of the Hodges 4-H Club scattered treats for the next age group to gather as part of the annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Hancock School. Photo credit: Sue Dieter/Hancock Record3 / 9
Eggs and treats are scattered across the Hancock School gym floor, waiting for the Hodges 4-Club's annual Easter Egg Hunt to begin. Photo credit: Sue Dieter/Hancock Record4 / 9
Gabbi Joos, of the Hodges 4-H club, spreads candy as a group of children wait for their turn to gather eggs and treats. Photo credit: Sue Dieter/Hancock Record5 / 9
Children gather eggs and treats during the Hodges 4-H Easter Egg Hunt, held Saturday, April 15 at the Hancock School gymnasium. Photo credit: Sue Dieter/Hancock Record 6 / 9
Children wait for their turn to gather treats during the Easter Egg Hunt at the Hancock School gymnasium. Photo credit: Sue Dieter/Hancock Record7 / 9
The race is on to gather treats and eggs during the annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Hancock School gymnasium. Photo credit: Sue Dieter/Hancock Record8 / 9
The thrill of the hunt was evident for this young man as he found a golden egg during the Hodges 4-H Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 15 in Hancock. 9 / 9

The Hodges 4-H Club hosted the annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 15 at the Hancock School gymnasium.

Children up to 10 years old took turns gathering eggs and candy. Prizes were provided for all participants as well, donated by area businesses.

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