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RPI student, Erin McAllister, sorts through her egg prizes after the Adult Easter Egg Hunt in Prospect Park in Troy on Saturday, April 6th.
Photographer: Kayla Galway
RPI student, Erin McAllister, sorts through her egg prizes after the Adult Easter Egg Hunt in Prospect Park in Troy on Saturday, April 6th.
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Hunting for Easter eggs can inspire a lot of second guessing. “I think we zigged when we should have zagged,” said Connie Crudo of Clifton Park, who was lamenting the dearth of plastic eggs gathered in her drawstring bag. Despite a smaller than desired haul, she said optimistically, “Next year.” Crudo was one of a few hundred adults gathered on Saturday afternoon in Troy’s Prospect Park for the second annual “Grown Up Easter Egg Hunt,” ...


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