Hopping over to Gantz Park for an Easter egg hunt

Messenger photos by Dedra Cordle
Gantz Park was the most hopping place on March 9 as Keller Williams Consultants Realty hosted its first annual Easter Egg Hunter. Despite the occasional rain shower and strong gusts of wind, more than three dozen children throughout the region came to the park located in the city of Grove City to search for hidden treasures and have their picture taken with the famous rabbit. Shown here having a great time at the photo station with the Easter Bunny (a.k.a. Jeff Messmer) is Sophie Stoltz, 5. While the photo station came equipped with a number of bunny ears and related holiday paraphernalia for the photo shoot, the Grove City resident came to the event with her own gear to celebrate the day.\
Children get ready to pounce on the eggs that were spread throughout the upper portion of the park. Melissa Little, the events coordinator and growth director at Keller Williams Consultants Realty, said it took the egg hunt volunteers nearly an hour to place the treasures around the green space and it only took five minutes for the children to sweep them up.
Joshua Howard, 3, reaches for a few of the eggs that were scattered around.
The Easter Bunny leads the crowd across the bridge at Gantz Park.
Logan Gallicchio is all smiles after a successful egg hunt.
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