APPLETON - What would you do with 30 thousand eggs and 3,000 pounds of chocolate?
For those in the Fox Valley, that means an egg hunt!
Better grab those eggs while you can!
People participated in the annual Indoor Egg Hunt at Pathways Church in Appleton Saturday.
The eggs were filled with treats, from candy to prizes.
Organizers said the event grows each year, with as many as 7,000 people turning out.
"We found this is a great idea to get everybody here. There's not many indoor egg hunts in the area, so since we did have this space we thought we'd be a blessing back to the community where kids can come to a warm environment, and have a lot of fun," said Assistant Children's Ministries Director, Nate Fietzer.
This is the fifth year for the event.
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