The annual Egg Hunt tradition at Central Winds Park was a hopping good time for all who attended! Children ranging in age from 2 to 12 brought their baskets and participated in a park-wide egg hunt with fun and prizes for everyone. It was truly an egg-citing event!
The highlight of the day was the special golden egg, which held a big surprise for the lucky child who found it. With advanced registration required, the event was well-organized and accommodated the largest number of people possible by dividing the egg hunt into age ranges and time slots.
Winter Springs residents were able to participate for free, making it an accessible event for all families in the community. Overall, it was a wonderful day filled with laughter, joy, and plenty of egg-citement. We can’t wait to see what next year’s Egg Hunt has in store!
September 15th 7-9PM at the Country Club
There will be 7 candidates and each go one at a time. Each will be given two minutes for a persona introduction, and two minutes each on answering the following two questions.
- Why do you want to serve or continue to serve the City of Winter Springs and what do you want to accomplish as Commissioner (or Mayor)?
- What will you do if elected to meet your goals and objectives for the City of Winter Springs?
Each candidate will have a 3-minute closing statement at the end of the evening in reverse order of their original appearance.
What issues are concerning the residents of Winter Springs most? According to the feedback we have been receiving from residents, it is very clear.
Let’s get together for the Lagoon! The International Coastal Cleanup began more than 30 years ago when communities rallied together with the common goal of collecting and documenting the trash littering their coastline. The Marine Resources Council invites you to join in for this year’s cleanup on Saturday, September 17, 2022, at 8:00 AM.