WALL TOWNSHIP, NJ – Saturday was Wall Township’s annual Easter egg hunt and breakfast with the Easter Bunny and with the help of the Wall Township PBA, hundreds of kids as old as 10 collected over 9,000 eggs in under twenty minutes.
Wall Township police officers also worked the grill to cook up a pancake, eggs, bacon and sausage breakfast to get them started. They were helping out the Wall Community Alliance and the day was made possible by a sponsorship by the Wall Township Education Association.
“This morning, Saturday, April 9, 2022, The Wall Township Police Department assisted the Wall recreation department with their annual Easter Egg Hunt. Hundreds of kids up to 10 years old collected 9000 eggs in under 20 minutes. Officers spoke with kids and parents as the Easter Bunny made an appearance on the Glendola Fire Truck,” the Wall Township Police Department said. “Prior to the egg hunt, several of our officers volunteered their time to cook eggs, bacon, sausage, and pancakes for the participants. The pancake breakfast is run by The Wall Community Alliance and sponsored by The Wall Township Education Association.”