On the hunt: Kids take part in annual Easter Egg Hunt in Garden City

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Long Island children were treated to an egg adventure in Garden City this Easter Sunday.

Dozens of kids took part in the annual Easter Egg Hunt at Cathedral of the Incarnation Sunday morning.

News 12 is told more than 7,000 eggs were hidden across 10 acres of land.

The Easter Bunny was there, along with Cornealia the unicorn, a mascot of the cathedral's kids program.

While kids were hunting for Easter eggs, others were decorating them at the Milleridge Inn.  Families also gathered there for an elaborate Easter brunch.

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