Airman hides Army eggs

Yahari H. Butler, Air Force Cryptologic Office deputy chief for Integration, high-fives a dependent at an annual Easter egg hunt that his college fraternity sponsored for the 10th year at Ft. George Meade. The goal of the day was for children, ranging in age from infancy to 13, to find three golden Easter eggs hidden in the grassy fields surrounding the Youth Center and the playground at CDC III. With adult supervision, the children ran along the grass trying to find the golden eggs and collecting several of the more than 2,500 plastic colored eggs that were hidden by members of the fraternity a few hours earlier. The children who found the golden eggs were given an Easter basket filled with toys and candy. The event hosted about 300 children and their parents. (U.S. Army/Courtesy photo)

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