Much like Christmas morning, it was all over in a matter of minutes. Hundreds of children gathered at Harmon Park on Saturday for the Presbyterian Church’s Annual Community Easter Egg Hunt. Waiting for children from birth to 12 years old, were 3,300 plastic eggs, all stuffed with candy and some stuffed with special prizes, including winning tickets for Easter baskets. The hunt began promptly at 11 a.m. and by 11:20 the eggs had been picked and the candy was being eaten. Pictured are scenes from Saturday’s egg hunt which is free to the community as part of the church’s outreach program. The church provides the candy and prizes while the City of Point Pleasant provides the location for the hunt each year.