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ISU fraternity hosts ten years of Easter tradition for community

More than 300 kids throughout the Pocatello community scrambled to collect the most Easter eggs scattered throughout the grass on Sunday morning’s tenth annual Kappa Sigma Easter Egg Hunt.

With 6,500 eggs left to find, event coordinators said it only took kids one and a half minutes to clean house during the largest egg hunt the Kappa Sigma brothers hosted so far.

But, in this story, we hear from the kids as they divulge their secret strategies to gathering the most eggs, and surviving yet another classic Easter tradition.

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