Summit PAL Holds Annual Easter Egg Hunt

At right Summit PAL President Mike McTernan holds up some of the prizes to be given away in the raffle.
Katie Ciccarelle and her son James Ciccarelle of Summit and a basket full of eggs.
Children hurry to fill their baskets with eggs.
Eager Easter egg hunters wait for the hunt to begin.
Six year old Sam Iannone of Summit poses with the Easter Bunny.
Emily Trimino, Cassidy Henning and Bridget Cornog of Summit pose with the Easter Bunny. All three are members or the Summit Girl Scout Troop 251.

SUMMIT, NJ - The Summit Police Athletic League (PAL) held its annual Easter egg hunt on Saturday morning on the grounds of the Summit Family Aquatic Center.

Families with their children began arriving early to get a good spot at the starting line and get their picture taken with the Easter Bunny. When PAL President Mike McTernan gave the signal, hundreds of children scrambled to collect candy-filled plastic eggs scattered about.

At the entrance guests received tickets to participate in a raffle. Prizes donated to the Summit PAL included games, toys, dolls and other items. The Summit Police Athletic League President Mike McTernan commented, "The Summit PAL provides numerous events throughout the year for our youth."  He continued, "PAL also provides financial assistance to Summit children who want to participate in athletic activities."

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The Summit Police Athletic League also provides academic scholarships for college-bound Summit High School students.

For information about upcoming Summit PAL events, please visit 

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