PAAC hosts first dog Easter egg hunt

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With giggles and screams, baskets flying and buckets dragging the ground, almost 600 children to the age of 10 years enjoyed the Saturday afternoon, Mar.31, Easter egg hunt at Meadowbrook Park in Tehachapi.

Monterey Hundreds of children, hundreds of parents and 7,000 eggs. "She even shared. She helped another little boy; she gave him some eggs".

Carpenter said about 10,000 of the eggs came from Hutterite farmers at the Milford Colony, south of Augusta. For the older children, it was baseball mitts and soccer balls, among others. Kids took over the school and the yard searching for brightly coloured eggs to fill their baskets. Her favorite part was helping her cousin, Karely Gutierrez, 3, hunt for eggs.

A sea of smiling faces descended on the Ott Road ballpark in Stevensville on Friday, March 30 for the annual Easter egg hunt.

Adilynn's mother, Renee Harris, said the family has gone to the egg hunt at Moose Lodge every year since her daughter was born. In previous years it was held at Solecito Park.

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Letcher said the event was made possible through donations from the community and from last year's Halloween festival. Despite being the event's first year, tickets for the breakfast sold out prior to Saturday.

"There wasn't anything like it in town, so we thought why not have an egg hunt for dogs". I tried to drag it out a little bit.

He was too old for the egg hunt, but not too old to eat the candy.

Shortly after the meal, the participants filed off to the sidewalk just outside the Carrington Pavilion, where they lined up for the egg hunt. "It's a win-win".

Fire Chief Ted Martin estimated that children cleared the grass of eggs - and of art supplies, toys and stuffed animals scattered about them - in about five minutes. Overall, she concluded, "I couldn't say enough about how wonderful they were today". "It was a huge undertaking".