Find an egg, fly a kite


Youngsters in the 10-12-year-old age group charge the field Saturday as they begin their search for Easter eggs during the Hillsboro Uptown Business Association’s inaugural Easter Egg Hunt. Approximately 250 kids, ages 0 to 12, participated in the hunt, which was held on the site of the old Hillsboro High School building. The hunt was held in partnership with the city of Hillsboro’s annual kite flying event, and immediately following the egg hunt at least 20 kites were wafting in the afternoon breeze.


Lora Abernathy|Civitas Media

Youngsters in the 10-12-year-old age group charge the field Saturday as they begin their search for Easter eggs during the Hillsboro Uptown Business Association’s inaugural Easter Egg Hunt. Approximately 250 kids, ages 0 to 12, participated in the hunt, which was held on the site of the old Hillsboro High School building. The hunt was held in partnership with the city of Hillsboro’s annual kite flying event, and immediately following the egg hunt at least 20 kites were wafting in the afternoon breeze.

Youngsters in the 10-12-year-old age group charge the field Saturday as they begin their search for Easter eggs during the Hillsboro Uptown Business Association’s inaugural Easter Egg Hunt. Approximately 250 kids, ages 0 to 12, participated in the hunt, which was held on the site of the old Hillsboro High School building. The hunt was held in partnership with the city of Hillsboro’s annual kite flying event, and immediately following the egg hunt at least 20 kites were wafting in the afternoon breeze.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Easter-egg-hunt-3-16-1.jpgYoungsters in the 10-12-year-old age group charge the field Saturday as they begin their search for Easter eggs during the Hillsboro Uptown Business Association’s inaugural Easter Egg Hunt. Approximately 250 kids, ages 0 to 12, participated in the hunt, which was held on the site of the old Hillsboro High School building. The hunt was held in partnership with the city of Hillsboro’s annual kite flying event, and immediately following the egg hunt at least 20 kites were wafting in the afternoon breeze. Lora Abernathy|Civitas Media
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