MERIDIAN — Parks and Recreation Director Mark Naylor relaxes at the Highland Park duck pond near the area where the city of Meridian's Easter Egg hunt will be held tomorrow at 10 a.m. Hundreds of prizes will be awarded, along with candy and other goodies to be found. There will be 3,000 Easter eggs for children ages 3 to 10. Egg hunters will be divided in two age groups, 3 to 6; and 7 to 10. The groups will hunt eggs in separate areas. Naylor said get there early because once the mad dash for eggs starts, it will be over in just a few minutes.
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