Students will compete in teams to collect eggs from neighbors, friends and family members. More than 6,000 eggs were collected last year. The winning team will be recognized with the “Golden Egg Award” from the Chick-fil-A at Roswell Corners.
“It takes an incredible amount of eggs to make the egg hunt as fun as it is each year,” said Paul Joubert, restaurant operator at Chick-fil-A at Roswell Corners. “We’re thrilled the students at Roswell High School have taken on the challenge for the fourth year in a row.”
Representatives from Roswell High School and Chick-fil-A will present the plastic egg collection to the city of Roswell Thursday at 11:30 a.m. at the Chick-fil-A at Roswell Corners.
The annual egg hunt is free and open to the public. Children up to age 7 are invited to hunt for candy and eggs starting at noon. Separate areas will be designated for different age groups and special prize eggs will be hidden in each area. Parents are asked to remain outside the hunt areas, except in the 1’s and 2’s age group area.
Children need to bring a basket or other container for collecting candy and eggs. Face painting, music, entertainment and other activities will be available beginning at 11 a.m. The Easter bunny will also make an appearance during the event.
For more information, call (770) 641-3760.