Kyler Angerman happens upon an egg during the Elks annual Easter Sunday hunt at City Park, where dozens of local youth snap up around 1,200 of them in a matter of minutes. These carried coins and other goodies for area children to find, for toddlers on up to preteens. Volunteer Terree Pino explained $175 were given out in all. "It got to be a good day," she said, noting the sunny weather. "We had a lot of kids." A longstanding tradition of the Lodge, the hunt is a favorite way for the community to spend the holiday afternoon.