Families found fun at Easter egg hunt

We would like to thank everyone for making the third annual Gloversville Easter Egg Hunt a success. We partnered with Lexington ARC again this year to fill more than 7,000 Easter eggs with candies for the children in our community. Stewart’s Shops kindly donated doughnuts and milk; others brought juice and other treats for the children as well. The Magic Kernel, Mustard’s Last Stand and Pop Pop’s Shack Snack also provided tasty treats for everyone.

Our committee of Rob and Kelly Curtis, Paul and Jennifer Gillis and Joshua Daly did a great job planning this event with the help of many volunteers. We received several donations from local businesses and individuals, including Empire Chemical Sales, Tim and Tina Delaney, CMK Realty, Bouche and Clarke, Glove City Realty, Eastern Medical Support, Tegeos, S&G Moving and Storage, Fleming Physical Therapy Consultants, CRM Rental Management, ProAct, Patriot Federal Bank, First Niagara Bank, Sam and Jessica Zimmerman, The Mohawk Valley Group of Morgan Stanley, Glove Cities Veterinary Hospital, Taylor Made Products, Harley Fuller Basketball Camp, Kevin and Lindsay Frattura and the DiMezza family.

Thank you to the Gloversville Police Department for putting an officer in the park with one of the new patrol cars for the kids to see as well. Thank you Jeff and Stacy Ashe, the Glamour Girls, Paula and Rebecca Brown Weinstock, Sue and Nick Grossi, John Viscosi, Sammy and Emily Baldwin, Pastor Tim Cox Jr., Vinny Saj, John Sheckton, Kaden Sluti, Kayla Woodman, Terry Greco, Chris Congdon, Teresa Reed, Penny Rivenburg, Jazmin Jones, Abbey Curtis, Marlene Williams, Beth Dillenback, Miss Fulton County Emily Stegleand, Miss Empire Capital Region Katelynn Smith, Mayor Dayton King, Ashley Roberts, Jamie Stewart and everyone else who helped make this event fun for the kids and adults in our community.

Please visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/GloversvilleEasterEggHunt to see pictures of the event.

CHANDA KING

Gloversville