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Seen on Scene: At the Easter Egg Hunt

Celia Shortt Goodyear/Boulder City Review

Children and adults of all ages pack Wilbur Square Park on Saturday for the annual Easter egg hunt.

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Jace Newbern, left, helps his younger brother, Everett, meet the Easter Bunny for the first time at the annual Easter egg hunt.

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Rick Bexley gives the Easter Bunny “bunny ears” while his son, Landon, poses for a photo.

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Families fill Wilbur Square Park on Saturday to get their photos with the Easter Bunny.

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In addition to DJing the Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, Mike Pacini enjoyed some time with his great-nieces, Gwennie Villegas, left, and Hillary Williams.

By Celia Shortt Goodyear

Boulder City Review

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