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04-06-2017, 03:36 PM

Un-Hoppy Easter: Fire Company in Chester County Town Cancels Easter Egg Hunt
By Brian X. McCrone
Published 16 minutes ago

Sorry, sheboonette, not this year in North Coventry, Chester County.

One of the Easter holiday's most kid-friendly festivities, the egg hunt, has been canceled in one Chester County town for an unusual reason: unruly crowds.

The annual Easter egg hunt at Norco Fire Company in the South Pottstown section of North Coventry won't be held this year, officials announced in a Facebook post.

It's apparently because of recent showings at prior hunts. No details about exactly what type of behavior erupted at previous hunts were given :rolleyes:, but the fire company hopes it will one day be able to hold another egg hunt.

A message left at the station was not returned Thursday.

04-06-2017, 03:59 PM


Easter Egg Hunt Spoiled By Family Brawl
Posted 12:54 pm, April 9, 2012


(Memphis) Linda Pearson claims her family gets together often and gets along great. But on Sunday during the family’s Easter gathering, things took a turn for the worse.

“All of them was drinking, I am not going to lie. They had so much alcohol and food and stuff out there,” said Pearson.

Several of the adults hid eggs so that the kids could go on an Easter egg hunt. One of the eggs hidden had $8.00 inside.

When one child found the prize egg, an argument erupted.:bongo:

“He got mad and said that she had cheated and showed the girls where the egg was that had the money,” said Pearson.

Pearson’s sister Annette Pearson is behind bars charged with aggravated assault. Police say Pearson struck another family member in the head with a hammer after she claims he slapped her.

About a dozen other family members were involved in the fight, including Annette’s 17-year-old daughter.

50-year-old Anthony Stewart was taken to Delta Medical where he received four staples after being hit with the hammer. He was at work today and not available to talk.

Pearson’s family thinks he should also be charged. “He should be in jail to because he hit her first,” said Pearson.