Easter-egg hunt means much to local homeless family

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Not all children will wake up to an Easter basket on Sunday, and an event on Saturday morning aimed to make all kids feel special.
There was a free community- wide egg hunt in Kansas City’s urban core at Prospect Plaza Park, where kids who live in the area got to search for candy-filled eggs, jump in a bounce house and have their face painted.
FOX 4’s Katie Ferrell shares why the event meant so much to a local homeless family in particular.
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