Fort Meade youth hunt for Easter eggs at the White House

By Spc. Venessa HernandezApril 29, 2011

On Friday, the First Family hosted 30,000 people, including 50 members from Fort Meade, in their backyard for the 133rd White House Easter Egg Roll. This year's theme, "Get Up and Go!," focused on promoting health and wellness, a central part of the First Lady's "Let's Move!" initiative to raise a healthier generation of kids.
1 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – On Friday, the First Family hosted 30,000 people, including 50 members from Fort Meade, in their backyard for the 133rd White House Easter Egg Roll. This year's theme, "Get Up and Go!," focused on promoting health and wellness, a central part of the First Lady's "Let's Move!" initiative to raise a healthier generation of kids. (Photo Credit: Spc. Venessa Hernandez) VIEW ORIGINAL
Erin and Makayla Hohman, daughters of U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Tracy Hohman from the 55th Signal Company (Combat Camera), hunt for Easter eggs during the White House Easter Egg Roll in Washington, D.C. April 25. This year's theme, "Get Up and Go!," focused on promoting healthy living, a central part of the First Lady's "Let's Move!" initiative to raise a healthier generation of kids.
2 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Erin and Makayla Hohman, daughters of U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Tracy Hohman from the 55th Signal Company (Combat Camera), hunt for Easter eggs during the White House Easter Egg Roll in Washington, D.C. April 25. This year's theme, "Get Up and Go!," focused on promoting healthy living, a central part of the First Lady's "Let's Move!" initiative to raise a healthier generation of kids. (Photo Credit: Spc. Venessa Hernandez) VIEW ORIGINAL