By WVUA 23 Student Reporter Emily Moessner and WVU

first_imgBy WVUA 23 Student Reporter Emily Moessner and WVUA 23 Web Writer Will JonesMORE EASTER EVENTSHatch a Plan to Find Some Easter Eggs This WeekHundreds of children of all ages gathered at the University of Alabama’s president’s mansion Sunday morning for the Panhellenic Easter egg hunt.“We had thousands and thousands, definitely didn’t count them but I just know that it was a lot… and every kid definitely had at least two baskets full,” said UA President Stuart Bell.Lindsay Potter, one of the Easter egg hunters, expressed what seemed seemed to be the only worry the kids had: what kind of candy is in the eggs?“I just hope its good candy… the only bad kind of candy is Dots,” Potter said.The event is put on by the Alabama Panhellenic Association and the 18 sororities on campus. Aside from the Easter egg hunt, there was also a surprise visit from the Easter bunny.“We love to come together to do the Easter egg hunt, and trick or treat on sorority row, and just have a positive Panhellenic attitude,” said Candace Wilson, a member of Alabama’s Panhellenic Association.If you would like to plan ahead for next year, the event is always free, open to all kids ages 12 and younger and held on the Sunday before Easter.last_img