Bowling Green’s three ball fields were covered with more than 4,000 plastic Easter Eggs this past Saturday. Each egg contained a treat and each field had at least two Golden Eggs. Finding one of those guaranteed the finder an extra prize.
Hiding the eggs was a job for those who were early to rise. Dena Conners, Bowling Green Parks director, assembled a crack team of Easter Egg hiders to aid the Easter Bunny before dozens of children swarmed the ball fields to collect those eggs and search for the Golden Eggs.