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The HSCC campus will be closed Friday & Saturday, March 29th & 30th in observance of Easter.

In early Christianity, the Christian church moved the celebration of Easter to coincide with an existing pagan festival on the first full moon after the spring equinox, which is why Easter moves every year. In old pagan customs, eggs were a symbol of new life, and rabbits a symbol of fertility. These “Easter eggs” became ways for Christians to talk about the “resurrection” (when Jesus Christ came back to life) they celebrated.

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