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  Sherman Hosts Community Egg Hunt

More than two dozen families including nearly 40 children braved chilly weather and high winds for Sherman College’s Community Egg Hunt in March. It was the college’s third time hosting the local event. Children from ages 1 to 10 participated. Check out photos from the event.

Aside from the much anticipated egg hunt, the college offered face painting, games and prizes. Parents were also given the opportunity to learn more about the chiropractic health services provided at our on-campus health center.

Assistant Dean of Student Affairs Shay Yates was pleased with attendance at the event. “We had a good turnout despite the cold weather and extremely windy conditions,” she said. “Everyone had a great time, and we are extremely thankful for the all of the volunteers who helped bring this event together.”

We invite alumni and others to share your community outreach ideas with Assistant Dean of Student Affairs Shay Yates.