The sun came out and the temperatures didn’t feel as cold on March 23 during South Fayette’s annual Easter Egg Hunt. The hundreds of children and their families in attendance also had the chance to have breakfast with the Easter Bunny prior to the egg hunt. This year marks the seventh year in a row for the hunt, said South Fayette School District paraeducator Leslie Willetts. The money raised from the breakfast will go toward South Fayette School students with special needs. The annual event is a cooperative effort between the township and the school district. Here, Carson Endy, 3, sits with the Easter Bunny. Morgan Evans, 8, sits with the Easter Bunny. Kaitlyn Caproni, 3, with the Easter Bunny. Cassie Carpenter, 6, with the Easter Bunny. Santino Vezio, 5, and his brother Stefano, 6, await the start of the egg hunt. Alex Ciocca, 5, and Brad Bauman, 5, await the start of the egg hunt. The kids await the start of the egg hunt. Despite the colder temperature, hundreds of kids were in attendance at the South Fayette Easter Egg Hunt. Kids scurry to gather eggs. Some of the eggs were filled with candy and others contained a voucher the kids could redeem for a prize like a stuffed animal. Kaitlyn Spare, 6, and Keara Stump, 6, sort their eggs after the hunt. Brothers Brady Watts, 3, and Johnnie, 22 months, sort through their eggs.