Egg Hunt

Easter prep

The Easter Bunny came early this year with the help of his assistant bunnies on the Quail Creek Activities Council. On the night of April 9, the Easter Bunny and his Bunny Helpers hid 250 eggs throughout QC: all around the loop, dog park, tennis and pickleball courts, swimming pool, Anza, Kino, Grill, Madera, Creative Arts and Technology Center, driving range, and anywhere and everywhere in public locations.

On the morning of Palm Sunday, April 10, QC residents awoke to a giant Easter egg hunt! Colorful eggs were gleefully hunted and returned to the table in front of the Grill. Each pastel egg contained a lucky number that corresponded with a prize. When the eggs were turned in, the Bunny Helpers looked up the number and handed out fun prizes: Easter candy, gift cards from $5 to $20, range tokens, rounds of golf, and concert tickets. The egg hunters enjoyed every moment of the hunt. They brought their eggs to the table with huge, childlike grins and waited with joy for their prizes. Two eggs per household were allowed, giving everyone a fair chance. Eggs were turned in through Thursday, with almost all the eggs being found, except for those that blew all the way to Casa Grande from the high winds! Easter egg hunting for adults! So much fun!