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Easter eggs. (Stock)

A hundred or so children with disabilities including blindness and deafness attended the 18th annual Beeping Easter Egg Hunt, organized by the AT&T Pioneers volunteer group and Dallas ISD, with help from Dallas police and firefighter volunteers.

Eggs contained tiny beeping, vibrating devices to help lead the children to candy-filled spheres. Other, larger eggs scattered on level ground helped wheelchair-bound children who might have a hard time navigating the hill.

A petting zoo, face painting and costumed Easter bunnies were part of the festivities.

Source: Cameron Luttrell for the Dallas Morning News.