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Time to break the egg hunt

Anyone who’s helped with similar events can sympathize with the choice made in Colorado Springs this year.
As the Associated Press reported: “Organizers of an annual Easter egg hunt attended by hundreds of children have canceled this year’s event, citing the behavior of aggressive parents who swarmed into the tiny park last year, determined that their kids get an egg.
“That hunt was over in seconds, to the consternation of egg-less tots and their own parents.
“Too many parents had jumped a rope set up to allow only children into Bancroft Park in a historic area of Colorado ...

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