ROCK HILL, S.C. – The 30th annual Great Easter Egg Classic took place in Rock Hill Thursday afternoon.
More than 50,000 eggs filled with prizes were scattered across Cherry Park. Between 10,000 and 20,000 local kids participated in the Easter egg hunt.
Organizers used to put Tootsie Rolls inside the eggs, but they melted, so now, you'll only find hard candy.
NewsChannel 36 photojournalist Reid Bennett was there for all of the fun and filed a video report.
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