First Posted: 4/4/2012
CLARKS SUMMIT – Egg hunting and egg coloring were part of the fun March 23 during the 2nd annual Easter egg hunt, which was held at Chatham Hill Circle, a street in a new South Abington neighborhood. Chatham Hill Circle resident Kathy Platt hosted this gathering for the neighbors to come together for fun and fellowship.
“It’s a great opportunity for the neighborhood to hang out and for the kids to play,” said Platt’s neighbor Kristy Voytek.
Children four and under hunted for eggs with their parents on the Voytek yard, and children five and older searched on the Platt yard. One thousand eggs were hidden in all.
“We love it because it’s a good way to gather the parents and children together with no stress, just plain fun,” said Platt. “All these gatherings make a cohesive neighborhood. We’re getting ready for a block party in September.”