An Easter Egg hunt in Moses Lake is targeting high school students instead of younger kids.

The city's Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services department says it'll be giving away more than $1,000 in prizes at it's Friday night hunt.

It's asking 9th through 12th grade students to bring a flash light to look for thousands of candy filled eggs, plus prizes at McCosh Park Amphitheater.

The Moses Lake Rotary Club has also donated several $30 prepaid VISA gift cards for the hunt, which starts at 8:45 Friday night.

In addition, Confluence Health is donating Apple Earbud Pros and a$100 Amazon Gift Card to the hunt.

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