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A Beautiful Day To Hunt ... Easter Eggs

Volunteers Keep Alive A Kimball Tradition With 2,000 Eggs


April 25, 2019

Daria Anderson-Faden/The Observer

More than 2,000 Easter eggs were found in a matter of minutes as local youngsters raced to pick up all the colorful eggs that the Easter Bunny brought this past Saturday, April 20, to the Kimball High School practice field. See other Easter egg hunt photo, Page 3A.

Of the hundreds of kids in four age groups who scrambled from behind the starting line to collect more than 2,000 Easter eggs at the Kimball High School practice field, only four were lucky enough to find grand prize slips inside their eggs.

The rest of the kids were still lucky - as they went home with piles of goodies and candy. The giant Easter bunny, courtesy of the Kimball Bakery, was also available for photos.

The event hosted by the Kimball Bakery drew an estimated 200 children, their parents and relatives.

Bob Hinton, Dawn Hickman and their children have made the event possible th...

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