It may be among the fastest, most frantic 90 seconds of the year in the Brazos Valley.
There were a lot of colorful eggs, and a lot of kids to pick them up at the Bush Presidential Library grounds Saturday morning for the annual Easter celebration.
In a matter of seconds, a rush of kids made their way into the egg-filled grass to swoop up their prizes as families watched on.
The hunt was one of many things going on at the annual event, which also included prizes, an Easter Bunny visit, and a kite-flying contest judged by News 3 meteorologist Shel Winkley.
The College Station Police Department has been hosting the celebration since 1982, and since 1999, the Bush Library has partnered with CSPD to put on the event.
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