Do you ever want to just jump into the fray and search for Easter eggs?
A Scouts BSA council in Indiana is giving grown-ups the chance to be kids again and look for the elusive treasures, WLFI reported.
The Sagamore Council in LaFayette, Indiana, is holding Scouting for Eggs. The group will hide 5,000 eggs at Cary Camp with most holding candy, but there will be a few that have bigger prizes like gift cards, movie tickets and even a big screen TV voucher, according to WLFI.
But it won’t be a simple hunt with eggs just laying out in the open in an enclosed area.
"These bad boys are going to be all over camp. There's hundreds of acres out there of camp to wander and we are really excited. It's going to be a lot of fun," Byron Haverstick told WLFI.
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