Wolf Creek Resort’s 2nd Annual Easter Egg Hunt

Wolf Creek Resort's 2nd Annual Easter Egg Hunt

Children of all ages participate in Wolf Creek Resort’s 2nd Annual Easter Egg Hunt.

The sunshine and bright blue skies on Saturday, March 26th created the perfect backdrop for Wolf Creek Resort’s 2nd Annual Easter Egg Hunt. Over 1,000 plastic eggs filled with prizes, candies, and gold coins were hidden on and around the driving range, amphitheater, Old Barn, and on the edges of the golf course.  Approximately 150 children hunted for their eggs with parents in tow, making the crowd close to 300 folks.

The party also included cookie decorating and bag creating, as well as “prize shopping” with the golden coins found in some eggs. Kids and families visited and played in the Wasatch Room of the Wolf Creek Fitness Club and then on the hunting grounds.

Wolf Creek’s Easter Egg Hunt was coordinated by Taylor Hansen, Melissa Lewis and Danielle White from The Club, but would not have been possible without the help of many volunteers from the community. A special thank you to Sandy Sulkie, Bart Schroeder, Sharon White, several team members from the Club at Wolf Creek, and Melodie Hansen with the crew of students from Waypoint Academy.

Wolf Creek's 2nd Annual Easter Egg Hunt 2016

Over 1,000 eggs were hidden for Wolf Creek’s 2nd Annual Easter Egg Hunt.

Eleven students from The Waypoint Academy in Huntsville, spent many hours preparing crafts for Wolf Creek Resort’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt, then helping set up and hide the eggs. The students also attended to little ones who needed extra care and stayed after the crowds were gone to clean the grounds and sweep up the Easter grass and extra eggs.

The Easter Bunny needed plenty of help setting up, overseeing, and cleaning up for this event. It was especially great to have members of the community step up to make it happen. Wolf Creek Resort looks forward to hosting this crazy and festive party again next year!

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Approximately 150 children hunted for their eggs with parents in tow, making the crowd close to 300 folks.

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