The Easter Egg Roll made its annual return to the White House in D.C. Monday morning with thousands of people packing the South Lawn for the event.
This year, families were picked from a lottery to enjoy the ‘egg-ucation’ themed roll — which is inspired by first lady Jill Biden’s 30-year career as a teacher.
Among the attendees was Nicole Favuzza, as well as her husband and kids, who recently moved to Maryland from San Antonio, Texas, and are stationed as active duty in the U.S. Air Force at Fort Meade. Favuzza said she is “super thankful” to go to the event.
“They had a few tickets at our base and our command sergeant major passed them out and we jumped on the opportunity,” Favuzza told WTOP’s Luke Lukert. “It’s a great morning, it’s incredible. Kind of surreal to have the White House this up close and personal.”
See photos below.