Bible Club sponsors annual Easter Egg Hunt


Melanie Litwin

For the past week, students and teachers at Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School have gotten involved in an annual Easter egg hunt, sponsored by the Bible Club.
The hunt was a school wide event. Teachers hid the eggs in their classrooms and the students that spotted them had the opportunity to receive a prize. To mark the end of the egg hunt, Bible Club hosted a party after school on Monday, March 27.
The festivities included free pizza, snacks, distribution of a variety of prizes, and the sharing of an inspirational Easter message. There was also a raffle for the extra prizes.
The club received a large turnout, including many people that are not regular members. Collectively, everyone seemed to enjoy themselves very much. Bible Club advisor Michael Abadir voiced that he believed it was the most successful year yet.
The Easter egg hunt was an enjoyable event that welcomed the participation of all students, regardless of religious beliefs.
“[It] just gives a positive atmosphere around the holidays,” Abadir said. “It’s a fun thing for all the students to do and for the teachers to get involved in.”  
The next major Bible Club event will be the National Day of Prayer in May. Bible Club also holds weekly meetings every Wednesday after school that are open to everyone.