This egg hunt means more than candy. It's a place for children with autism to connect.

Tiffany Hammond and her son, Colton, were nothing but smiles Saturday morning.

As Colton, a 5-year-old with autism, scoured for Easter eggs on the grassy playground at River Valley Elementary School, his mom had no fears that he’d be overwhelmed by loud noises and crowds.

The pace of the egg

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