Skies clear up for Easter egg hunt


MIO — The Mio Dummy Club held its annual Easter egg hunt April 15 at the Oscoda County Park.

While conditions earlier in the day were rain-y, the sun came out just before the hunt began. At noon, parents and kids lined up at the starting line. Once the siren went off, kids rushed to collect 2,000 eggs containing candy scattered around the park. Four these eggs had a silver dollar hidden inside.

Mio Dummy Club member Duane Roddy estimated that the kids finished collecting all the eggs in about seven minutes.


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