The Sounds of Silence - Updated

Via email, Melissa Bianconi, Dryden Director of Recreation says: 
We are excited to offer our FREE egg hunts again this year!
 
April 22: TEEN EGG HUNT GRADES 6-10 (ages 12-16). Bring your flashlight and search for thousands of hidden eggs full of cool prizes like movie passes, iTunes cards, gift certificates, and of course CANDY.
The hunt begins at dark. Montgomery Park, village of Dryden. Please brings friends and flashlights.
 
April 23: Traditional egg hunt for toddler and  elementary aged kids. 11:00 AM at Montgomery Park in Dryden. The Bunny comes in a fire truck—exciting for all!
 
UPDATE: We have adjusted our ages groups for the youth egg hunt on Saturday—it will be for GRADES K-5 at 11:00 AM at Montgomery Park. The TEEN flashlight hunt will be for GRADES 6-10 on Friday night (roughly 7:30) at Montgomery Park.

Both events are FREE and are rain, snow or shine!

 
This is great, but there is something about not mentioning the word "Easter" in this announcement that just sounds silly to me.  Well, not as silly as calling the Easter eggs "spring spheres."  You can find the original story about that over at MyNorthwest but stop in over at Hillbuzz, where I lifted the great "spring sphere" picture and have a look at their new website design. 
 
I'm sure that you'll recall that the very first post on OneOfNine just happened to be about the leaving of the word "Christmas" out of the announcment of the "Annual Holiday Tree Lighting."
 
Oh, well.  Some words are louder when not spoken.