Easter bunny stops in Sanders County

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  • Young Sanders County residents gather togther to count how many Easter Eggs they were able to find. (photo supplied)

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    Ryker Anderson counts his eggs after a succesful hunt at the old Paradise School on Sunday. (photo supplied)

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    Onlookers wait in anticipation to see who would come back with the largest number of hidden Easter Eggs at the old Paradise School. (photo supplied)

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    The Easter Bunny draws a lucky name for one of the many prizes given out on the day. (Jessica Peterson)

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    Gavin Gambo hunts to fill his bucket full of Easter eggs at the big hunt in Plains. (Jessica Peterson)

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    Children gather up Easter eggs at Plains Pool Park. (Jessica Peterson)

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    Jacob Lulack’s cap overflows with Easter eggs from a successful hunt in Plains. (Jessica Peterson)

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    Easter egg hunters get ready at the starting line. (Jessica Peterson)

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    Plains Lion Dunae Hicrane kicks off the big Easter egg hunt at Plains Pool Paark. (Jessica Peterson)

  • Young Sanders County residents gather togther to count how many Easter Eggs they were able to find. (photo supplied)

  • 1

    Ryker Anderson counts his eggs after a succesful hunt at the old Paradise School on Sunday. (photo supplied)

  • 2

    Onlookers wait in anticipation to see who would come back with the largest number of hidden Easter Eggs at the old Paradise School. (photo supplied)

  • 3

    The Easter Bunny draws a lucky name for one of the many prizes given out on the day. (Jessica Peterson)

  • 4

    Gavin Gambo hunts to fill his bucket full of Easter eggs at the big hunt in Plains. (Jessica Peterson)

  • 5

    Children gather up Easter eggs at Plains Pool Park. (Jessica Peterson)

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    Jacob Lulack’s cap overflows with Easter eggs from a successful hunt in Plains. (Jessica Peterson)

  • 7

    Easter egg hunters get ready at the starting line. (Jessica Peterson)

  • 8

    Plains Lion Dunae Hicrane kicks off the big Easter egg hunt at Plains Pool Paark. (Jessica Peterson)

Kids young and old, took to the ready with their baskets before they hunted the Old Paradise School in Paradise to see who would get the most Easter eggs this past Sunday.

There were also a large group of youngsters who visited the Plains Pool Park to take to the lawn hunting Easter Eggs.

The park was filled with joyful kids as they enjoyed the day checking all over for a coveted Easter egg.

The Easter bunny also made the rounds within Sanders County borders visiting with kids, and taking photos for some memorable keep sakes.

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