Crowd Returns for Easter Egg Hunt

Posted by Kacie Emmerson

March 25, 2024

Despite the early spring chill, this year’s Easter Egg Hunt brought hundreds of children and their families to Nazareth Motherhouse Campus for an afternoon of excitement and community fun. On Saturday, the grounds were speckled with brightly colored, treat-filled eggs and, as the signal was given, the grounds came alive with the sound of laughter and the pitter-patter of little feet. Children darted between trees and bushes and parents followed closely behind with smiles as the little ones collected their treasures in their baskets.

Children dash for eggs during the annual Easter Egg Hunt at Nazareth on March 23.

In between the hunts, the kids posed for photos with the Easter Bunny and shared hugs and high fives with the whimsical character. The essence of Easter’s deeper significance was not forgotten, however. Sister Linda Soltis commenced the event with a heartfelt prayer and reflection, while fellow Sisters mingled warmly with the crowd, embodying the spirit of community and service.

Tayler Emmerson, 8, of Radcliffe, Kentucky, meets SCNs Maria Vincent Brocato and Teresa Kotturan while visiting Nazareth Motherhouse Campus on Saturday for the annual egg hunt.

Saturday’s gathering marks but one of many occasions hosted on the campus in recent years, each serving as a testament to the ongoing efforts to connect the Sisters and local residents. Through shared experiences and a shared mission, the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth continue to foster bonds of friendship and goodwill, enriching the fabric of community life for all involved.


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