ATG MIDPAC personnel and their families participated in the command’s MWR led Keiki Easter egg hunt on April 23.
The event was held at the Halsey Terrace community center.
A fun filled and meaningful event took place with guidance of the Command’s Morale Welfare and Recreation (MWR) Team led by Culinary specialist 1st Class Carmen Cruz.
Gunner’s Mate 1st Class Alina Madiedo, who supported the event, said “I am just glad to help out and ensure the kids have a good time”.
The event was festive and lively as the participants enjoyed a bounce house, a large assortment of treats, and the classic egg hunt.
The egg hunt been carefully thought out and was executed by age group as to not affect the spoils of the search and ensure fairness. Many young keiki experienced their first egg hunt during this command sponsored event directing the youngest keiki towards their eggs with ready cameras.
Prizes were also awarded to the top three in the oldest age category for collecting the most eggs. Before the egg hunt, one parent spoke about their daughter’s anticipation “She is very excited for this egg hunt and has been looking forward to it all week”.
Everyone who attended left with a smile and a fond memory of a great family event. Families thanked the MWR team and supporting personnel who helped with the event. It was the great location coupled with perfect Hawaiian weather, which made for a safe and enjoyable event for all who attended.
ATG MIDPAC’s mission is to provide safe and effective training to the Pacific Fleet and Coast Guard ships. Command members assist commanders in assessing ships’ training readiness, and provide training necessary to meet basic training standards.
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