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Springtime egg hunt a tradition

 

Last updated 3/27/2008 at Noon

Alexis Espinoza (left), 9, and Aliyan Espinoza, 5, cuddle with Miss Bunny at the Easter festivities on Saturday, March 22, at La Paloma Elementary School. The activities were sponsored by the Fallbrook Community Center.

The sun was sparkling on the plastic grass in the Easter baskets as children ran around the grounds of La Paloma School excited to search for, and find, colorful plastic eggs during an Easter egg hunt hosted by the Fallbrook Community Center.

Terry Clark of National Charity League (NCL) has been involved in the setup and preparation of the event for twelve years.

“It is a tradition for us,” she said. “It is something that we have done for so many years – on Good Friday we fill the eggs and Saturday we do the hunt.”

The team prepared and hid around 2,400 eggs. It took three hour...



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