Local Easter egg hunt held to ‘CURE Childhood Cancer’
WEBSTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — The fight against childhood cancer is the winner after a big Easter egg hunt took place in Webster on Saturday.
Over eight thousand Easter eggs were scattered about for kids to find. There were raffles, crafts, food, and the Monroe County Sheriff mounted patrol and K-9 were there to entertain the kids. Organizers said that it’s great to be able to have a big event again this year.
A.P. Enterprises, a property service company organized the event. The proceeds of the hunt will go to CURE Childhood Cancer, a non-profit organization that is "dedicated to conquering childhood cancer through funding targeted research while supporting patients and their families."
More information about CURE Childhood Cancer can be found here.
Sean Fico, President, A.P. Enterprises said "This has been an event that we’ve been doing for the last six years now. Obviously, with COVID the last couple of years we’ve had to limit it strictly to just the children but now we can do it in person and have a big event like we’ve always had."