KUNA — Every year for 26 years Sherri Russell and her family hold the big Kuna Easter Egg Hunt at Kuna High School as a free event for families.

Russell said a company she used to work helped her host the egg hunt every year but when she retired from the job her family and friends stepped up to help her fill hundreds and hundreds of colorful plastic eggs for children to find.

“I grew up here,” Russell said. “It is phenomenal. It’s my favorite holiday, it’s very heartwarming to see all the kids. Because not all the kids might not get a hunt.”

Over 300 families attended the egg hunt to let their children play at the Kuna High School football field.

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