Egg Hunt a Big Success

The Easter Bunny made a special trip to the Rhode Island State House on Thursday, April 18, with dozens of large beeping eggs.

Following the sounds of the beeping eggs, kids with visual impairments were able to find small plastic eggs that they collected and turned in for a small box filled with little toys and other treats.

A face painter, cookies, and crafts helped round out the free event that was attended by more than two dozen families.

Click the link below to visit WJAR-TV’s story about the event.

https://turnto10.com/news/local/beeping-easter-eggs-help-visually-impaired-children-join-in-on-the-hunt?fbclid=IwAR1xR0rwXK0PD_zX8TM-rTIH2U8Ux-WwVgfD7yKoSD3qKeAWOpLzWhiQZgY

Many thanks to the Rhode Island Bomb Squad, Donna Mitchell (Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities), Chris Butler (INSIGHT), Linda Hughes, Spencer Lambert, Judi Lambert, Jalen Rodriguez, Heidi Munschy, Rob Sanchas, and many other volunteers for all their help!