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Lugoff Masonic Lodge Celebrates Annual Special Needs Kids Easter Egg Hunt

by Kei’Yona Jordon | Wach

On Monday, Kershaw County in South Carolina hosted its 3rd Annual Special Needs Kids Easter Egg Hunt at the Lugoff Masonic Lodge. The event was attended by dozens of families with children with special needs, and it provided an opportunity for children to have fun and feel included in a safe and welcoming environment.

Parents of children with special needs emphasized the importance of events like this one, which create a sense of community and inclusion. Kinyania Hamlin, a mother with two sons with autism, referred to the children as “superheroes” and highlighted that, despite their challenges, they are still just kids. Diego Teatin, a father attending the event, expressed appreciation for the feeling of inclusion for his child and the opportunity to connect with other children with similar conditions.

The event featured a variety of activities, including face painting, sensory activities, and an Easter egg hunt with plenty of eggs and candy. It was a free event that aimed to promote inclusion and support for children who may not have the same privileges as others. Scotty Austin, Worshipful Master of Lugoff Masonic Lodge 411, explained that the goal was to include the children and show them love and acceptance.

The event also garnered support from various groups, including first responders and local organizations, who contributed through sponsorship and interactive activities with the children.

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