Easter egg hunts

3/30/2013

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Becky Malewitz/Telegram

One year old  Ava Gonzalez reaches for an egg during Friday's Mosaic's Easter Egg hunt.  The organization hid roughly 2,000 eggs filled with candy and other prizes for kids to find.

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Children make their way through an outfield at Deane Wiley Park Friday looking for plastic eggs during the 4- and 5-year-olds Easter egg hunt by Garden City Recreation Commission.

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Rachel Rubio, 5, counts out the plastic eggs she collected Friday during the annual Garden City Recreation Commission's Easter egg hunt on a Deane Wiley Park outfield. Rubio collected 11 eggs on the outing.

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