Keeping your kids safe at Easter egg hunts


GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) – Easter is just two days away, so many of your kids will be hunting for Easter eggs this weekend. But there are some important things to keep in mind before letting your kids loose.

Keep an eye on where your kids are searching and what they’re picking up. There could be litter, like cans or glass that might harm them. Make sure you’re aware of the landscape and that they’re appropriately dressed to run around.

Greenville’s Easter egg hunt at River Park North attracts thousands. Crews there are already working on safety precautions.

“As far as preparing the grounds, we walk around and make sure there’s no trip hazards, no fire ant hills. There’s nothing that’s going to hurt the kids on the ground,” said Greenville Recreation and Parks coordinator Christopher Horrigan.

To find out how to sign your kid up for Greenville’s Easter egg hunt, head to the city of Greenville’s website.

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