New York City Hosts an Easter Egg Hunt for Visually Impaired Children With a Little Help From the ATF Bureau

Visually impaired children from all over New York City were able to participate in their Easter egg hunt on Thursday with a little help from the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

The Easter egg hunt was hosted at the Common Cafe on Staten Island, and children were able to hunt for ‘beeping eggs’ during this first of its kind event in New York.

“I just walked and then I found Easter eggs, and then I kept walking and walking and found more and more and more … I followed all the beeping,” said Milagros Linares, a 7-year-old participating in the event.

View full article